‘The Voice': Kane Brown and Spensha Baker Duet on ‘What Ifs’ [Watch]
The Voice ushered in a brand-new winner Tuesday night, but while everyone waited with bated breath to find out, they were entertained by Kane Brown and Blake Shelton's own country contestant, Spensha Baker, to perform Brown's double-platinum No. 1 hit song "What Ifs."
Baker took on the part of American Idol alum Lauren Alaina, Brown's good friend who added female vibe to the original recording. Last month, the pair delivered a steamy ACM Awards performance of the single, which had viewers (at least, those that weren't aware he's engaged to and very, very taken by another girl) wondering what was going on between the two.
Kane Brown's ACMs Performance of "What Ifs" Was Actually Awkward
This particular performance wasn't quite as steamy, but it certainly showed off both his and the hopeful's vocal talents!
Baker ended up taking the fourth runner-up place in the show. The ultimate winner was Team Kelly's Brynn Cartelli. "Heaven" is Brown's Top 5 song from the deluxe version of his self-titled debut album.
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