Wish Her Good Luck: Boerne's Spensha Baker advances to The Voice Finale
SAN ANTONIO —
Tuesday marked the final elimination night before next week's finale on NBC's The Voice. Tensions ran high as each artist waited to see if America voted to send them through.
Three artists were saved by viewers' votes after their Monday night performances and three more had the chance to sing one last time to try and earn America's instant save Tuesday night.
1. Spensha Baker / Team Blake / San Antonio, Texas and Boerne, Texas
2. Brynn Cartelli / Team Kelly / Longmeadow, Massachusetts
3. Kyla Jade / Team Blake / Topeka, Kansas and Nashville, Tennessee
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Spensha grew up on military bases and knew very little outside of her church world. The first time she sang secular music was in 2004 on a singing competition show in which she came in second place and was signed to Interscope Records. At 12, Spensha released Interscope's first gospel record and toured the world. After her deal ended, Spensha moved to Nashville with her mother, where country music sparked her interest, but the pressure of the industry caused Spensha to move back to Texas. She now has her real estate license and is learning to love music again.