Worth the Wait Takes It To The ‘Next Level’ With The Judds Cover On ‘The Voice’

Worth the Wait; Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC
Worth the Wait; Photo by Trae Patton/NBC
Worth the Wait; Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC

Mom and daughter country trio Worth the Wait embraced their family harmonies with a performance of “Love Is Alive” during The Voice live rounds on Monday evening (Nov. 30).

“Love Is Alive” was written by Kent Robbins and record by The Judds. Released in 1985, the song is featured as the third single from the duo’s album, Why Not Me.

Worth the Wait shared an incredible performance of the song and it did not go unnoticed as coach Blake Shelton couldn’t help but gush over their progress on the show.

“I gotta say, the lives are where you start figuring out what’s going to happen. People either fall apart or step up to the next level and guys just stepped up to the next level,” Shelton shared.

“I know your mom is standing up there, but I almost feel like a proud parent,” he went on to say. “I love you guys! I am so proud of you guys!”

Fans can vote for Worth the Wait 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.