WATCH: 14-Year-Old From Massachusetts Wins Knockout Battle on ‘The Voice’

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A 14-year-old from Massachusetts advanced to the Top 24 on NBC's "The Voice" on Tuesday night.

Brynn Cartelli of Longmeadow won rave reviews for her performance of "Here Comes Goodbye" by Rascal Flatts, which knocked out her opponent Jamella.

Her coach, Kelly Clarkson, even said she thinks Brynn has what it takes to win the show.

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"She has something really strong and super unique," Clarkson said Tuesday night. "Brynn will be the youngest person ever to win this show. I didn't say 'could,' I said 'will.'"

"I am so speechless and mindblown that I am in the Top 24. Life is a dream," Brynn said on Twitter afterward.

Back home, her bio on "The Voice" website says Brynn plays at local coffee shops and small venues. She also participates in school talent and variety shows and is a member of USA Field Hockey.

She is one of three contestants with Massachusetts ties still competing on "The Voice." The others are Mia Boostrom of Taunton and California's Jackie Foster, a student at Boston's Berklee College of Music.

The live playoff round of "The Voice" begins on April 16.

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