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Windsor Woman Competes on This Season of 'The Voice'

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    Windsor Woman Competes on This Season of 'The Voice'
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    A woman from Windsor is competing on this season of NBC's "The Voice."

    Twenty-six year old Kymberli Joye performed Whitney Houston's song "Run to You" during blind auditions on Monday and secured a spot on Team Kelly.

    During her audition, three coaches turned their chairs around: Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton. Clarkson used her one and only block of the season on Hudson so Joye could not pick her as her coach. 

    Joye is a worship leader and minister and she sings in the choir at her church, where her parents are pastors. For the past seven years, Joye has been working alongside gospel singer JJ Hairston. One of the albums they recorded has been nominated for a Grammy, according to her bio on The Voice's website.

    Joye graduated from Windsor High School in 2009. While in high school, she participated in the Windsor High School Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, Teens of Praise Gospel Choir and Pizazz! Vocal Jazz Ensemble, school officials said.

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