Iowa Native Gets Three Chair Turn on ‘The Voice’

Cali Wilson, singer on NBC's 'The Voice' (Courtesy: NBC)

An Iowa-native left viewers of NBC’s The Voice in suspense Monday night after the show left her choice of coach a cliffhanger.

Cali Wilson, 28, is originally from Salem in southeast Iowa’s Henry County. The singer-songwriter moved to Nashville about three years ago after completing college.

Wilson’s blind audition aired Monday night. Her version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” garnered chair turns from three of the coaches: Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Gwen Stefani.

Legend called her voice’s tone, “super gorgeous” and Stefani said she got lost in Wilson’s rendition of the iconic song. Shelton talked about how he’d been to Salem, Iowa  a few times and said he’d be honored to coach her.

The show revealed her choice of coach, Blake Shelton, in the first minutes of Tuesday night’s episode.

Check out her audition below:

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