Germantown teen advances to next round on ‘The Voice’

Germantown teen advances to next round on ‘The Voice’

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Another Mid-South resident made an appearance on NBC’s show “The Voice.”

Reagan Strange from Collierville sang Bebe Rexha’s “Meant To Be.”

WMC5 was were there as 14-year-old Reagan and her family and friends watched her blind audition.

Tuesday night, Reagan got two chair turns. Adam Levine and Blake Shelton both wanted Reagan on their team, but ultimately, she went with Adam.

Mid-South resident advances to next round on ‘The Voice’

Reagan stopped by the WMC studio Wednesday and said she has been watching "The Voice" since she was about six.

She said that singing is what brings her joy.

“When I sing, I just feel so happy,” Reagan said. “It doesn't matter the type of song but singing just brings joy to me.”

Reagan said she is proud to represent Memphis and share her country accent with the rest of the world.

Reagan will join Keith Paluso, a Park Ranger in Germantown, in the battle rounds which begin October 15.

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