‘The Voice’ comeback stage: Lynnea Moorer is ‘Boo’d Up’ as she joins Team Kelly Clarkson in live shows [WATCH]

During Tuesday’s live episode of “The Voice” Season 15, comeback stage artist Lynnea Moorer of Team Kelsea Ballerini performed “Boo’d Up” for America’s instant save. Prior to this performance, Lynnea sang “Location” in the blind auditions but didn’t receive any love from the four main coaches. She then became a member of Kelsea’s comeback team, where she took on “My My My!” in the battles and “In My Blood” in the knockouts. On November 13 Lynnea and Ayanna Joni performed live in front of America, where host Carson Daly soon announced that Lynnea was the winner of this first-ever honor. Which team did Lynnea choose to join? Watch “The Voice” video above and then make your predictions at Gold Derby.

After earning America’s vote, Kelsea got to pick which team she wanted to be a part of and she chose Team Kelly Clarkson. In his “The Voice” live blog, our recapper John Benutty had this to say about the live performance: “Lynnea chose Ella Mai‘s ‘Boo’d Up’ for her performance. I have to say this was such a better choice because it gave Lynnea the chance to sit in the pocket of the chorus and then push herself a little further on the verses. She seemed a little nervous on stage, but her voice didn’t suffer from it and I think she sounded really beautiful.”

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According to NBC’s bio, “Lynnea was raised by her grandparents when her parents were incarcerated, but she credits her mother for introducing her to all types of music. She started performing in a praise band in high school and found success by posting her covers on YouTube. One of her videos went viral and she now has over 200,000 subscribers. Her YouTube channel allows her to support herself as a pre-med student at Burman University in Alberta. Lynnea comes to ‘The Voice’ hoping to make something of herself in music and make her family proud.”

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