Blake Shelton & Miranda Lambert Sing ‘Over You’ on ‘The Voice’ to Honor Oklahoma Tornado Victims [VIDEO]
Blake Shelton & Miranda Lambert payed tribute to their home state of Oklahoma on 'The Voice.' They opened the show with an emotional, acoustic, performance of 'Over You,' they dedicated to those affected by the devastating tornadoes.
Blake and NBC are working to put together a benefit concert to help the victims of Oklahoma. 'We'll know more about it in the next 24 hours. I'm hoping it will raise a lot of money. Obviously it will be televised and will happen really quickly.' No names are details were given but Blake said his fellow Voice coach Usher could 'call in some big favors.'
Two more artists were eliminated on 'The Voice,' but it wasn't anyone from Team Blake. Holly Hunter, Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers were all safe to sing another week. Usher & Shakira's team weren't so lucky. They both lost an artist for the second week in a row. This time it was Josiah Hawley and Shakira's R&B singer Kris Thomas getting eliminated.
The top 8 will sing for America's vote Monday night on NBC at 8.
To help victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes you can donated to the Red Cross. Find more ways to help here.