St. Louis singer Tish Haynes Keys saw her run on NBC TV’s “The Voice” end during Wednesday night’s broadcast, the third day of the show’s live rounds.
During the show, Keys, on Kelly Clarkson’s team, performed Etta James’ immortal “At Last," and viewers voted in real time on which singer from Clarkson’s team they wanted to keep.
After the viewers’ choice, Clarkson also had to pick one player to advance. Neither pick was Keys, who failed to move to the Top 12.
Keys’ “The Voice” journey started out on Levine’s team before she was eliminated and hopped over to Clarkson’s team. She was eliminated again, and saved the same night by Clarkson, all leading up to this week’s live shows.
Congratulations to Keys on what she accomplished on the show and on what's to come.
Wow! What an amazing journey this has been. Your love and support has been felt and I’m so grateful to have had this opportunity! Thank you to @nbcthevoice, my coach @kellyclarkson and prior coach @adamlevine for believing in me. I truly love the other contestants on the show and we have become like family! I wish all of you the best in everything and CONGRATULATIONS to my friends who made it to the Top 12! @brynncartelli @drkingnyc @kalebleemusic @itsjackiefoster @rayshunlamarr @kylasings @sharanecalister @bairdpryor @thespenshabaker @itsjackieverna @christianadofficial @brittonbuchanan