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'The Voice': Country Trio Worth the Wait Perform 'Delta Dawn' in Honor of Grandparents

The knockout rounds are in full swing on NBC's The Voice season 19 and Team Blake is getting smaller and smaller as the competition is eliminated. Tuesday night, mother-daughter trio Worth The Wait paired off against Ben Allen with their rendition of Tanya Tucker's "Delta Dawn." 

John Legend kicked off the feedback telling Ben that he had done a great job with his cover of Luke Combs' "She Got The Best Of Me." In fact, he mentioned that it was almost boring how "consistently great" he was. But he noted that this was easily the best performance so far from Worth The Wait. He also pointed out that starting the song acapella was a really effective way to show off their masterful ability to harmonize (totally agree) which they have been showing off since the blind auditions.

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Meanwhile, Gwen Stefani said she was so excited for children and families all over America watching a family perform together, most likely with a song they might not have heard before. Worth the Wait is good about picking strong country classics as they got a four-chair turn in the blinds with their cover of Linda Ronstadt's "When Will I Be Loved." But Stefani also noted that this was her favorite performance from Ben and said the song showed off his voice nicely.

Kelly Clarkson pointed out that Ben is so consistently good, no one is worried about him. But that Worth The Wait compliments each other so well, "It sounds so well, the blend."

Blake Shelton admitted that Ben's classic country music voice knocks it out of the park every time. But ultimately, he chose Worth the Wait as the winners of the round. Tara, Mia, and Jacy Matthews of Alabama are officially moving on with Team Blake. But this wasn't the end for country singer Ben Allen. In a last-minute steal, he's officially joined Team Gwen! We can't wait to see what happens as we get further into the show.

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'The Voice': Country Trio Worth the Wait Perform 'Delta Dawn' in Honor of Grandparents