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The Coaches Couldn't Keep Quiet During This 'Voice' Singer's Latest 'Landslide' Performance

Another Fleetwood Mac cover for Chloe Kohanski.

Voice singer Chloe Kohanski turned three coaches' chairs with her blind audition to Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain." On Monday night, she went into the Knockouts with yet another Fleetwood Mac classic — the iconic "Landslide" by Stevie Nicks.

The Knockout rounds are similar to the show's Battles, except instead of singing the same song, two artists from a given team have a chance to deliver their own separate performances, before their coach chooses between them. Kohanski's coach Miley Cyrus paired her against Ashland Craft, who delivered a great performance of Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive."


Kohanski's gritty performance, meanwhile, was so good that the coaches couldn't keep quiet in their chairs as she sang. After just the first line, Blake Shelton declared, "Whoa!" and Cyrus let him know the performance would be "insane." As Kohanski continued to sing, Cyrus couldn't help but shout, "Damn!"

As Gossip Cop reports, Cyrus ended up choosing Craft as the winner of the Knockout round, a decision which seemed to divide fans on YouTube — some thought it was smart, while others thought Kohanski was the clear winner. Both Shelton and Jennifer Hudson seemed to agree, as they both pushed their buttons to steal her.

"You're back in it. You could win this whole thing," host Carson Daly told the singer, who ultimately chose to join Shelton's team. We're so excited to hear more.

Check out Kohanski's full performance below:

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