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A Look Back at The Voice’s Dia Frampton

June 29, 2011 11:28 AM by Shayla Perry

Dia Frampton made her national debut during the Blind Auditions of NBC’s The Voice, with her coach and “Papa Bear” Blake Shelton turning his chair around after hearing her sing for less than 10 seconds (seriously, watch the video). From the very beginning, the country star heard something in Dia’s unique sound that he knew America would love. And boy, was he right! The former children’s book author has conquered her stage fright and quickly become a fan favorite on the NBC reality show, making tonight’s season finale anything but predictable. Let’s take a look back at how it all began, from her Blind Audition, to last night’s final performances. Here is Dia Frampton.

Don’t forget, tonight’s season finale of The Voice will also include a performance from Dia Frampton with her coach’s wife, country superstar Miranda Lambert!

Blind Audition Performance “Bubbly”

Battle Round Performance vs. Serabee  “Can’t Hurry Love”


Semi-final Performance “Losing My Religion”

Final Performances

Original Song: “Inventing Shadows”

Coach Duet with Blake Shelton: “Won’t Back Down”

Which performance do you think was Dia’s best?

Do you think Dia Frampton & Team Blake will walk away as the winner of season 1 of The Voice?

Tell us why in the Comments below, and be sure to tune in to NBC tonight (June 29) at 8|7 for the season finale when the winner of The Voice will be revealed, PLUS, Dia Frampton’s duet with Miranda Lambert!

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One Response to “A Look Back at The Voice’s Dia Frampton”

  1. Kevin Says:
    June 29th, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    Heartless was best. Inventing Shadows was a very close second. I love the duet too. All songs (and her singing) were awesome.


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