Paducah native Shi’Ann Jones performs live on ‘The Voice’

Paducah native Shi’Ann Jones sang her heart out live Monday night on NBC’s “The Voice.”

The 15 year old is one of the final 12 contestants on this season of the talent competition show.  Before her performance, we got to hear a little bit more about how “The Voice” has already impacted her life.

“Do you feel like your life has already changed from this experience?” Coach Jennifer Hudson asked. “I really do,” Shi’Ann answered. “Because I didn’t really have friends, and now everybody’s coming up to me and wants to be my friend.”

Shi’Ann is on Team Jennifer Hudson.

Your votes could mean the difference between whether she stays or goes home.

All 12 finalists performed live Monday night. One will go home on Tuesday.

Vote through the official Voice app or online. You can download the app in Google Play or through iTunes. To vote online, click here.

 

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