Fort Wayne’s Addison Agen’s battle round performance set for Monday night on ‘The Voice’
Fort Wayne’s Addison Agen’s battle round performance on “The Voice” is scheduled to air during Monday’s 8 p.m. broadcast of the hit NBC vocal talent show.
Agen, 16, will sing and compete with fellow Team Miley member Karli Webster of Santa Clarita, Calif., said a news release from the local NBC affiliate, Fort Wayne’s NBC, Channel 21.2.
During the show’s battle rounds, which were pre-recorded, each coach picks two of his or her team members to sing together on the same song. The coach then picks one of the vocalists to advance to the next round, but any of the other coaches can “steal” the loser for his or her team.
To prepare her team members for the battle rounds, coach Miley Cyrus invited her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, to assist her.
The other coaches – Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton – also invited another music celebrity to help them prepare their team members for the battle round.
Addison, a junior at Concordia Lutheran High School, chose Miley Cyrus as her coach previously during the blind audition phase of the show.
Contestants who make it through the battle rounds advance to the knockout rounds, where a coach picks two of his or her team members to go up against each other, with each contestant singing a separate song. The coach then selects a winner, who will advance to the playoff rounds, which are televised live.
Broadcasts of the show this Monday and Tuesday nights will conclude the battle rounds.
ON THE AIR
“The Voice” is broadcast 8-10 p.m. Mondays and 8-9 p.m. Tuesdays on Fort Wayne’s NBC, Channel 21.2.