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Saving ex-Berkeley student Lana Scott from disqualification on The Voice


After Lana Scott lost the fight round, Blake Shelton used his only save for the singer.

With blind auditions behind us, the contestants for Season 21 of “The Voice” have hit the stage of battle rounds this week. This year, there are a few performers with connections to New England, and one of them had a nail biting Tuesday night.

Lana Scott, a 28-year-old Virginia-born and former Berklee College of Music student, won a spot on Blake Shelton’s team during blind auditions. Scott left Berkeley after landing a singing cruise, and sailed around the world for a few years before heading to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music.

“I never want you to have to sing on a cruise ship again,” Shelton said during a practice session.

Scott wrestled with fellow Blake artist Hailey Greene. The two coached Shelton and Dirk Bentley, and prepared a live-action performance for “Girl” by country pop queen Maren Morris.

Although Shelton chose Greene as the winner, he used one “rescue” to bring Scott back.

“The only decision I had to make was who I thought could handle thirty seconds of a broken heart better, so I’ll never let you go,” Shelton said.

On Monday, unfortunately, Berklee’s older KJ Jennings was sent home after her battle round. A member of the legend team, she Meet Samuel Harnes. Although John Legend praised Jennings for her powerful voice and fluid runs, he ended up choosing Harness.

Guest-trained by Camila Cabello, Jennings, and Harnes made a rock cover for “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” directed by Shawn Mendes and Cabello.

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