Remember When Cassadee Pope Shared a Chilling Cover of Miranda Lambert’s ‘Over You’ on ‘The Voice?’

Cassadee Pope; Photo Courtesy The Voice
Cassadee Pope; Photo Courtesy The Voice
Cassadee Pope; Photo Courtesy The Voice

Cassadee Pope wowed viewers of NBC’s The Voice throughout season three with stunning performances of songs such as Keith Urban’s “Stupid Boy” and Faith Hill’s “Cry.” But, her most memorable performance of the season came when she shared an unbelievable cover of Miranda Lambert’s “Over You.”

Pope first performed the heart wrenching song during the Top 10 round and later reprised it for the show’s finale. 

Dedicated to her late grandfather, Pope sang the cover with heart and passion that touched not only the judges, but everyone watching as well. 

Originally released in January 2012 on Lambert’ Four the Record album, the single was co-written by Lambert and her then-husband Blake Shelton about Shelton’s late brother Richie, who was in a tragic car accident when he was a teenager.

Pope did the song justice as Shelton praised the singer for her chilling performance.

“You know how I feel about that song and you singing it. It’s perfect,” he gushed. “Sitting here watching the song, it always seems to be appropriate.”

“America’s heart is heavy right now,” he added. “And the song is about healing. Removing me and you from it, it was a great moment. It starts the healing process. It’s was music does and can do. You amaze me.”

Shelton’s fellow The Voice coaches were blown away as well, with iconic singer Christina Aguilera adding, “You nailed that song once again. You give it such heart and such great emotion.”

Pope went on to win the competition on December 17, 2012. 

Since then, she’s released several country singles, including “Wasting All These Tears,” “I Wish I Could Break Your Heart” and “Summer.” She also appeared on Chris Young’s chart-topping smash, “Think Of You.” 

Her latest release, “Say It First,” can be heard by clicking HERE