Minneapolis nanny rocker Kat Perkins falls short on 'The Voice'


It's the end of Minneapolis singer Kat Perkins' run on "The Voice." Perkins was not one of the top three contestants chosen Tuesday night to move on to the final round of competition next week.

The top singers were chosen based on audience reaction to their performances on the previous show. Perkins sang two songs, “Chandelier” by pop artist Sia and "Let it Go" from the animated movie "Frozen" Monday night, but it wasn’t enough for her to finish in the top two.

For the third straight week, Perkins had to compete in a "sing-off" and viewers voted for their favorite via Twitter. She performed "Good Girl" by Carrie Underwood.

The first two times, Perkins won the instant save. But not Tuesday night.

Instead, Christina Grimmie, who is also coached by Adam Levine, won the audience vote and moves on to next week's final against Jake Worthington and Josh Kaufman.

Here's a bonus video of Kat Perkins from 2013, when she entertained folks during a layover in the Amsterdam airport by performing Adele's "Someone Like You." According to the St. Paul Pioneer Press, when producers of "The Voice" saw this video they invited Perkins to audition for the show.

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