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St. Paul 'Voice' competitor advances to final 12

St. Paul's Nicholas David Mrozinski's interpretation of the Barry White classic "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" won't be his last song on the popular NBC reality competition "The Voice." Mrozinski, who goes by Nicholas David on the show, cleared the top 20 playoff round and landed in the top 12 on Thursday night's broadcast.
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St. Paul's Nicholas David Mrozinski's interpretation of the Barry White classic "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" won't be his last song on the popular NBC reality competition "The Voice."

Mrozinski, who goes by Nicholas David on the show, cleared the top 20 playoff round and landed in the top 12 on Thursday night's broadcast.

See video of Mrozinski's selection for the top 12 below.

Mronzinski will once again be featured on Monday's live episode of "The Voice," which airs locally on KARE-TV.

The St. Paul singer-musician is on Team CeeLo on the show. After Wednesday night's performance, Green told Mrozinski, "I really think you deserve to go all of the way … and I want to be there every step of it."

See the video of Mroziniski's performance Wednesday night on "The Voice."

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