This 15-Year-Old Girl Blew Everyone Away On The Voice

A 15-year-old girl from Auburn, WA, kicked off the first night of blind auditions for the latest season of The Voice by giving everyone a "Fever." And the only cure was for three of the four judges to turn their chairs around.

Siahna Im may be a teen, but she sounds like an old soul. She said she heard Ray Charles when she was just 5 years old and knew she wanted to be a singer.

The youngest contestant on the show this year (so far) — just check out those adorable braces — totally slayed Peggy Lee's "Fever," making the judges swoon with her vocal control. Gwen Stefani turned her chair around seconds into Im's performance, squealing with delight as Im hit every note perfectly. Pharrell and Blake Shelton followed suit.

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If Im's voice wasn't enough to win you over, she charmed viewers with her intro video, which found her sharing crazy stories about her dad, who once bought a school bus and parked it in their backyard, just cause. More importantly, Im says she takes after her dad, letting everyone know she's a weirdo and proud of it. "Being normal would be boring." We agree completely.

In the end, the Korean-French Canadian chanteuse said she would love to be on any of their teams, but chose to go with Pharrell — or as she affectionately refers to him, Skateboard P. He's certainly a man who's proven he knows how to wear a hat. Hopefully, he'll share style tips and much, much more with this sweet, talented, and very fashionable contestant.

OPENER IMAGE: Paul Drinkwater/NBC.
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