Can Hello Sunday make ‘The Voice’ history for Kelly Clarkson as first-ever duo to win? [WATCH]

Monday night during “The Voice” Top 11 performance show, Hello Sunday (aka Myla Finks & Chelsea Grover) sang “The Middle” as chosen by their fans. The 14-year-old friends of Team Kelly Clarkson hope to make history by becoming the first-ever duo to win “The Voice,” but first they need to survive this week’s elimination. Do you think America will vote Hello Sunday into the Top 10 of Season 17? Watch the performance video above and then make your predictions before Tuesday’s results show.

Kelly admitted she hates bringing up their age because she’d rather focus on their talent. However, she quickly added, “You sing like women, but you’re fun like 14-year-olds, but you also are so poised. You’re just all these things and to be that young and to be that gifted and talented and ready it just an anomaly. I’ve never seen anything like it. I’m so proud that you’re on my team [and] I get to hang out with y’all.” She concluded by saying she was “so blessed” to have the talented tykes on her team.

Blake Shelton opened up about his frustration with talking with the press, but said he’s more than happy to answer questions about Hello Sunday. “I can’t brag on you two enough,” he explained. “I feel like talking about your age is selling you short, but there’s no way to not talk about it because you’re so talented and you’re so focused when you get out here and you do what you do. It’s unbelievable. I’m so happy for you two.”

Throughout the history of “The Voice” 16 solo singers have won, but no duo has ever even come close. Can Hello Sunday do the unthinkable and win the entire show? Don’t forget, we already know America loves them since they picked the girls as their wild card in the live playoffs.

In his “The Voice” live blog, our recapper Denton Davidson had this to say about the performance: “They begin the song seated on stools and harmonizing before picking up the tempo and working the stage. While their voices sound great as usual, I’m not a fan of the arrangement of the song and it only slightly resembles the hit we’ve come to know. It wasn’t my favorite performance, but they’re not entirely to blame since the fans chose the song and their coach opted for an atrocious arrangement.”

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