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Shakira's learning the hard way that when a contestant auditions for "The Voice" with a country song, rocking a pair of cowboy boots, they're usually hoping to wind up on Blake Shelton's team. Case in point: Savannah Berry.

The 17-year-old YouTube sensation, who once performed with Sugarland after getting noticed for a cover of their hit, "Stuck Like Glue," took the stage on the NBC hit for a blind audition on Tuesday (April 2), hoping to make her homeschooling and school dance-missing all worth it by getting a chair or two to spin around.

As soon as she opened her mouth and started in on the gorgeously moody "Safe and Sound," Taylor Swift's theme for the "Hunger Games" movie, it was clear that Savannah needn't worry. The young singer expertly conveyed the dreary beauty of the song through her folksy twang. Immediately, Adam Levine turned his chair, followed quickly by Shakira. »

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