Louisville, KY native, Olivia Henken put on quite a show last night on "The Voice" and beat out her teammate, Stephanie Anne Johnson.
Olivia out sang Stephanie in an epic battle where they both did their rendition of "The Band Perry's" hit song "Done". The coaches were torn on who won the battle, with coaches Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green giving the win to Stephanie, and coach Blake Shelton cheering on country girl, Olivia. Ultimately, it was their coach, Christina Aguilera's decision, and she chose Olivia as the overall winner.
Despite losing the round, Stephanie did not end up leaving the show. Cee Lo Green had one save left, and lucky for Stephanie, he stole her from team Xtina. "She's remarkably talented. I'm looking forward to seeing what she can do in the future," Green said.
Henken has already made success for herself in the music industry. According to her website, she has headlined Thunder Over Louisville the past 4 years performing for over 22,000+ people. She has also opened up for country singers, Kip Moore, Charlie Daniels, Dustin Lynch, Chuck Wicks and Jason Jones. She has been busy promoting her debut album, recorded in Nashville Tennessee, "The Ride".
However, despite her current and past success, she remains humble and is just doing what she loves to do.
"This Kentucky native is proud to say she cannot wait to share her god-given talent with the world. She is honored to have such wonderful opportunities come her way and at such a young age," according to her website. "Through belting out ballads and rocking out each and every show, Olivia has what it takes to entertain all ages. Olivia knows it is her fans who keep her going and seeing a smile on one persons face, makes every show worthwhile. It is important to her that everyone is having as much fun as she is."
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