Watch Taryn Papa Perform Carly Pearce’s ‘I Hope You’re Happy Now’ On ‘The Voice’
After winning the four-way knockout with her cover of Faith Hill’s “Cry” The Voice contestant Taryn Papa advanced to the…
Taryn Papa; Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC
After winning the four-way knockout with her cover of Faith Hill’s “Cry” The Voice contestant Taryn Papa advanced to the live rounds where she gave it her all with a performance of Carly Pearce’s chart-topping hit, “I Hope You’re Happy Now.”
Although the song was originally released as a duet, Papa made it her own and impressed the judges with her performance.
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“I told you the night that I put you in the four way knockout that you were the artist that I thought could handle that,” Shelton told her. “You proved me right tonight.”
After encouraging fans to vote for Papa, Shelton said he hopes she will sing “some Martina McBride soon.”
Fans can vote for Taryn Papa to advance to the next round by visiting the official The Voice voting website, casting a vote via The Voice‘s official app or voting from their Google Assistant. There is a limit of 10 votes per artist per method.
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