Wisconsin man to continue to live performances of ‘The Voice’ on Blake Shelton’s team

Wisconsin man to continue to live performances of ‘The Voice’ on Blake Shelton’s team
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Chris Kroeze, courtesy of nbc.com/the-voice

A 27-year-old Barron man will continue to the live performances of “The Voice.”

well that was the easiest decision I’ve had to make all season… maybe I should flip a coin for all of my life decisions from here on out? #VoiceKnockouts

— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) November 6, 2018

Chris Kroeze has been on Blake Shelton’s team since the beginning of the season. Monday night, he sang “Burning House” in a knockout round performance. Kroeze performed against Michael Lee, who has also been on Shelton’s team since the beginning of the show.

At the end of the performances, Shelton said he couldn’t pick a winner. Instead, the coach allowed a coin flip to make the decision for him. Lee won the flip, but the coach instantly saved Kroeze. Both men will continue to the live performances.

Kroeze’s first performance on the show was with the song “Pride and Joy” during the blind auditions.

Shelton and Jennifer Hudson both tried to win over the Wisconsin native’s allegiance, but ultimately he chose Shelton.

Kroeze then performed in the battle rounds with Mercedes Ferreira-Dias with the song “Back in the High Life Again.” Shelton chose to keep Kroeze on his team and sent Ferreira-Dias home.

Kroeze’s next performance will be in next week’s live episodes of “The Voice.”