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Heights Resident De'Borah Garner's Fate Could be Decided by 'The Voice' Viewers

After a lively performance of Pink's "Who Knew" impressed the judges, Garner's future on the show could be determined by the viewers.

De'Borah Garner turned heads again as she leaped around the stage, belting out lyrics from Pink's "Who Knew" Wednesday evening.

The goal of the night was to either impress America or impress her coach, Christina Aguilera, as viewers will vote two people from each team into the next round and each coach will save a third. If Aguilera's reaction to Garner's wildly energetic performance is any indicator, the singer has at least made a lasting impression.

Read about De'Borah's emotional experience on The Voice in a Patch interview with the singer.

"You're just so real and so raw," said Aguilera. "No one on this show can do what you do on this stage. There's so much energy and I love, just the passion and heart that you put into it. You're the real deal."

Before the performance, during an interview, Garner expressed her awe that Christina Aguilera was coaching "regular De'Borah from Chicago Heights."

After her performance, Adam Levine corrected the singer. "There's nothing regular about you. There is only one De'Borah," said Levine. 

Vote by visiting The Voice Website. You can also vote via phone, text,Facebook or iTunes.

Viewers of the show have until 9 a.m. Thursday morning to cast their vote for their favorite  contestant. Eight contestants will be sent home by the end of Thursday evening's live show. 

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