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Michigan native advances to live portion of NBC's 'The Voice'

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DETROIT – Michigan native Lauren Duski is moving on to live shows on "The Voice" this season.

The 25-year-old Gaylord native survived the Knockout round with her performance of "When You Say Nothing At All," by Alison Krauss.

Watch her performance below.

Duski dedicated her performance to a friend battling ALS.

Blake Shelton picked Duski, advancing her into the live performance portion of the show.

Duski posted a video to her Facebook page sharing how grateful she is to be moving on.

Thank you Blake Shelton for believing in me, and thank you to all of you who have showered me with love. I am beyond grateful. This is where the fun begins -- get ready to VOTE you guys because we made it to the LIVE SHOWS!!

THANK YOU - THE VOICE LIVE SHOWS!

This is all I've ever wanted to do. Sharing my voice with all of you is a dream. I am still in shock over here. I hope you enjoyed my version of "When You Say Nothing At All" by the one and only Alison Krauss. She is such a storyteller - that is exactly the artist I want to be. Make sure you download my version of "When You Say Nothing At All" on ITUNES now at the link BELOW: apple.co/WhenYouSayNothingAtAll Thank you Blake Shelton for believing in me, and thank you to all of you who have showered me with love. I am beyond grateful. This is where the fun begins -- get ready to VOTE you guys because we made it to the LIVE SHOWS!!! #TeamBlake #TeamLauren #TheVoice #CountryMusic #VoiceKnockouts

Posted by Lauren Duski on Monday, April 10, 2017

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