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'The Voice' eliminates two, Wellesley High alum Michelle Chamuel safe

Posted by Emily Wright  May 29, 2013 10:14 AM

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Michelle Chamuel, a 2004 Wellesley High School graduate, made it to the Top 6 during last night's elimination round of "The Voice." Competitors Sarah Simmons and Judith Hill weren't so lucky and were sent home.

Chamuel has continually impressed the judges with her emotional performances. This week, it was Bruno Mars' hit "Grenade" (above), and last week, Pink's "Just Give Me a Reason" (below).

During her blind audition (Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl"), Chamuel earned chair turns from judges Usher, Shakira, and Adam Levine and ultimately picked R&B superstar Usher as her coach. She is the only member left on his team, and he's taken to wearing her style of glasses to show support.

Do you think Chamuel has what it takes to get to the top? Let us know in the comments.

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