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Bria Kelly returns to the spotlight on "The Voice"

At the end of the February 25th, 2014 season premiere of NBC's The Voice Season 6, the show concluded with the triumphant return of an America's Got Talent veteran, Bria Kelly.

Bria Kelly appearing on America's Got Talent, Season 7.
Bria Kelly appearing on America's Got Talent, Season 7.
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Bria Kelly appeared during AGT's seventh season during what would ultimately become the final Youtube round. The round, admittedly, proved to be underwhelming with Xs received by five out of twelve acts, including three veterans of the Suck Month countdown (Cast in Bronze, Eric Buss and Romeo Dance Cheetah), though Kelly provided one of the few bright spots, ultimately even surpassing in votes Drew Erwin, whom had been the audience's choice from the Youtube auditions.

Kelly easily made it to the semifinals, where she was declared by Howard Stern to be the strongest singer of the competition, but ultimately lost in total votes to a brutal combination of William Close and America's infamous stupidity (IE: Tom Cotter and Todd Oliver).

Fast forward to 2014, where Bria Kelly was chosen as the final act of the episode. Her performance of "Steamroller Blues" earned the approval of all four chairs (including two, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, who turned theirs around on her very first note).

Bria Kelly will be competing for Usher, who declared after her performance that "we have just heard The Voice."