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For the second week in a row, and the fourth time this season, Jacquie Lee announced to the world on Monday night's The Voice that she is here to stay -- and win. The 16-year-old New Jersey teen is known for belting out songs written for artists well beyond her years, and earning her praise from the coaches, including her own coach, Christina Aguilera. This week was no exception when Lee, the youngest competitor remaining on the show, performed Janis Joplin's "Cry Baby." The performance earned her a standing ovation from Aguilera and The Voice studio audience.
Reactions on Twitter were mixed, with diehard Jacquie fans handing her The Voice victory, while others longed for the original Jolpin version.
Reading tweets abt the Janis Joplin Cry Baby interpretation on #TheVoice. Don't need to say a thing. It's been said by those with real ears- Elisabeth Stana (@FabAsst) December 3, 2013
Other strong performances: Cole Vosbury ("Better Man"), Tessanne Chin ("Unconditionally") and Will Champlin ("A Change Is Gonna Come").
Watch Lee's full performance:
How did Jacquie's performance stack up to Janis Joplin's? Listen to Joplin's version below and let us know in the comments section.