Vying to maintain their spots on Team Miley Cyrus, contestants Ashland Craft and Chloe Kohanski battle it out with on-spot renditions of Bon Jovi’s “Wanted Dead or Alive” and Fleetwood Mac’s iconic “Landslide” in the first Knockout Round of Season 13 of The Voice.
First up was 21-year-old Craft, the South Carolina-native masterfully executing her delivery of Bon Jovi’s 1987 smash hit. Following her impressive performance, a proud Cyrus jumped out of her chair to commend her performance, praising, “You did it!”
Second to take the stage was 23-year-old Kohanski from Nashville, the singer channeling her best Stevie Nicks throughout her psychedelic performance. Prior to Kohanski taking the stage, it may have seemed like Craft had the victory in the bag. However, Cyrus revealed that may not be the case.
“I don’t know what to do!” said coach Cyrus following the wildly entertaining Knockout Round, their rocking performances making for one of the most nailbiting rounds in the history of the show.
Cyrus is back for Season 13 of The Voice after a successful stay on the singing competition series in Season 11, the “Younger Now” singer returning laser-focused on taking Team Miley into the winner’s circle.
You can watch the sneak peek below!