Blake Shelton and Spensha Baker wowed audience with duet on 'The Voice'
Blake Shelton and Spensha Baker, one of his two finalists on The Voice, wowed the audience when they took the stage together on the show's finale.
The pair took on the 1993 hit duet, Tell Me About It, by Tanya Tucker.
With a full backing band and talented fiddle player, Shelton and Baker completely nailed the song but also gave it a twist.
A video of the performance has been viewed almost 100,000 times on YouTube.
The pair delivered an upbeat rendition of the popular song. They gave one of the most captivating performances during the finale.
Baker, a 24-year-old aspiring singer from San Antonio, had earned chair turns from Shelton and Kelly Clarkson during the audition, in which she sang 'Blackbird'. She picked the famous country singer as her coach.
Although her performance was incredible, Baker failed to get the championship.
Brynn Cartelli, who was coached by Kelly Clarkson, seized the top spot. At 15 years old, she's the youngest The Voice champion to date.
The young singer performed a medley of Issues and Jump with Julia Michaels.
Winners are chosen based on viewer votes through the show's phone and tablet apps, the NBC website and text. Purchases on iTunes are also counted as votes.
Baker came in fourth place. The other finalists were Kyla Jade, a Nashville-based gospel singer and Britton Buchanan of Sanford, North Carolina.
Other remarkable performances by Baker was her rendition of Kacey Musgraves' 'Merry Go Round' and the original song, 'Old Soul.'