Coach Blake Shelton used his last-minute save on Monday’s live Top 20 episode of “The Voice” to save Courtney Harrell. Watch her performance of “It Must Have Been Love” by Roxette to determine if she deserved to stay on the show over teammates Dana Harper and Jason Warrior. The home audience used social media to vote through Team Blake artists Austin Allsup and Sundance Head, so Shelton then used his powers to save Harrell for next week’s Top 12 live show.
Will Harrell be able to conquer the rest of the 11 competitors and join the past 10 winners in this photo gallery? Let’s look back at her season so far and background that led her to Season 11 of the Emmy-winning NBC reality show:
According to her official NBC bio, “From 2005-09, Courtney worked as a music teacher for the Boston school district while balancing motherhood. After her contract ended, a producer friend asked for her help to write a song for Chris Brown, sparking her move from Boston to L.A. to become a professional songwriter. Since moving to L.A., Courtney has written for Ariana Grande, Jennifer Hudson, Ne-Yo, Brandy, Mary J. Blige, and briefly toured as a background singer for John Legend.”
Prior to this week’s live show, performances for the year by the Boston native have been “Let It Go” (blind audition song) by James Bay, “Gravity” (battle song) by John Mayer, and “River Deep, Mountain High” (knockout song) by Tina Turner.