14-year-old Aaliyah Rose selected for Team Gwen on ‘The Voice’

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Provo’s Aaliyah Rose got one chair to turn around on “The Voice” Monday night.

Rose, a 14-year-old singer, surprised one of the show’s judges, Gwen Stefani, with her song “Rise Up.”

“You’re so talented and gifted,” Stefani said following Rose’s performance. “Just the fact that you have a voice like that and a power like that and you have so much style.”

Stefani expressed how earlier that day she had been hoping to get a young girl to train, so Rose was a dream come true for her team.

 

While only a teenager, Rose isn’t a stranger to performing in front of crowds. Rose has her own YouTube channel and was chosen by Disney to sing “Let It Go” at the 2014 Radio Disney Music Awards.

Rose advances to the Battle Rounds on “The Voice.”

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