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Allegra Miles wins the Voice’s Knockout Round

The Singer living in West Palm Beach was able to beat teammate Jacob Miller and Nick Jonas named her the winner of the Knockout.

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The sensational West Palm Beach singer, Allegra Miles, did a completely different version of Sia’s song ‘Chandelier’ and wowed all the coaches on tonight on The Voice’s Knockout Round. She went head-to-head with teammate Jacob Miller.

Allegra sang “Chandelier” by Sia and Jacob performed “Better Now” by Post Malone. In the end, Allegra was able to beat Jacob and Nick Jonas named her the winner of the Knockout.

On tonight’s episode, Allegra took to the stage as the fourth pairing for the night was from Team Nick Jonas with a chance to sing a song of their own choosing by completely solo. She successfully owned the stage and now moves forward to the live shows.

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Previously, Allegra Miles went head-to-head with Michael Williams on The Voice’s Battle Rounds. Singing a duet of “How Will I Know” by Whitney Houston, Allegra beat Michael and Nick named her the winner of the battle. 

More about the singer at allegramiles.com

Allegra Miles wins the Voice’s Knockout Round

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