Camp alumna to appear in final round of “The Voice”

  • Lauren Duski (second from right) poses with the other finalists. Photo credit: NBC.

  • Lauren Duski's top-11 performance of "Somewhere in My Broken Heart."

  • Lauren Duski performs "Tell Me Why" in the top-10 round of The Voice.

  • Lauren Duski and fellow The Voice contested Brennley Brown perform a duet of "Good Hearted Woman."

Update: After the final votes were tallied, Duski placed second. Chris Blue won the contest and received the recording contract.

Interlochen alumna Lauren Duski (IAC 2001) has advanced to the final round of The Voice.

Duski first appeared on the NBC show on Feb. 27, 2017, when she performed “You Belong To Me” by fellow Interlochen alumna Jewel (IAA 90-92) in her blind audition. Duski told Interlochen Public Radio’s Dan Wanschura that her northern Michigan roots and shared connection to Interlochen Center for the Arts inspired her audition song choice.

Since then, Duski has won the hearts of viewers across America, who voted her into the final round of competition. On Tuesday, May 16, 2017, Duski’s rendition of Shenandoah’s “Ghost In This House,” which she performed in the semi-final round, held the #1 spot on the iTunes charts. If Duski wins, she will receive a recording contract as a grand prize.

Show your support for Duski by tuning into NBC next Monday at 8 p.m. EDT. You can also follow her on Twitter at @LaurenDuski.

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