Sporting a purple satin dress and a hat, Scott, 28, confidentially made her way around the stage as she belted out the chart-topping country hit.
The Virginia native’s performance earned praise from coach Blake Shelton, who told her that it truly encompassed everything she is good at, including her storytelling.
Kelly Clarkson also applauded Scott’s performance, telling her that country radio needs a voice like hers right now.
Unfortunately, this would go on to become Scott’s final performance on The Voice.
On Monday evening, Scott delivered a performance of Carrie Underwood‘s 2014 hit, “Something In The Water.”
Shelton was thoroughly impressed by the cover.
“I told you how important this week is for performances, and in my opinion, more important than the finale,” he told her, adding, “And wow! You’ve been consistent all along, but you’ve never turned it up like that. That’s your best performance of the season!”
Going into the semi-finals, Scott, Paris Winningham and Wendy Moten were the final three contestants remaining on Team Blake. Following her cover of “Things a Man Oughta Know,” Scott was eliminated from the competition along with fellow contestants Jim and Sasha Allen and Joshua Vicanti.