Danielle Bradbery, the latest "The Voice" champion, returned to the NBC show on Tuesday night to perform her debut single "Heart of Dixie." The young singer gave an enchanting performance of her empowering tune.
Bradbery won "The Voice" back in June as a member of coach Blake Shelton's team. She experienced a quick turn with her record label when releasing "Heart of Dixie" a month later. The rustic music video for the single soon followed after this month. Danielle fittingly returned to "The Voice" stage for her debut performance of "Heart of Dixie."
Just a few months ago, Bradbery was on the edge of her seat, wondering if she would continuing progressing in "The Voice" competition and now as the show's recent victor, she returned to the stage. In a silver top and white jeans, Danielle sang "Heart of Dixie" with the gusto of a seasoned performer. She even had former coach Shelton singing along during her performance.
"Heart of Dixie" has so far peaked at no. 58 on Billboard's Hot 100. Bradbery's debut self-titled album will be released on November 19 via Big Machine Records.
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