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Stunning performance by Anna on The Voice

Monday, 24th February, 2014 4:23pm
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Stunning performance by Anna on The Voice
Stunning performance by Anna on The Voice

Ratoath’s Anna O’Hanlon put in a stunning performance in last night’s episode of The Voice of Ireland but failed to make through to the live finals.
Anna who impressed judges, Dolores O’Riordan and Jamelia, in the blind auditions featured in the first ever three way battle last night competing against Peter from Bray and Thomas from Co Wicklow.
The trio sang the emotionally charged Script hit 'Break Even' and it was Peter from Bray who went through to the live finals.
The trio ran into some difficulty at the rehearsal stage when Peter got a sore throat and could not talk or even practice.
Two further Meath contestants are through to the battle stages, Pauric McLoughlin of Beechdale Drive, Navan who is also on team Dolores and Sarah Sylvia Furlong from Oristown, Kells, who is on Team Bressie.

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