Let's take a closer look in the upcoming slides at the rising star of "The Voice," the one and only Mara Justine...
Born on February 28, 2002, in Galloway, South Jersey, Mara Justine's journey from small-town girl to 'The Voice' sensation was pure magic.
In a close-knit family of four siblings, including her talented sister Jacey Marie, it was her mom, Linda Platt, who sparked Mara's passion for music from a young age.
At just 21, Mara Justine graced 'The Voice' stage with the timeless "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" by Elton John. Her confidence radiated like a gem, captivating all.
With a voice that cast a spell, the quartet of superstar coaches—John Legend, Gwen Stefani, Reba McEntire, and Niall Horan—turned their chairs in perfect harmony.
"God, they make them different in Jersey," exclaimed Niall Horan, his voice filled with awe. "America is going to fall in love with that voice."
The coaches went all out, wooing Mara. And John Legend? Well, he had a cheeky grin as he teased the others. "I was the first to hit that button, just saying. Some folks just didn't see the gem sparkle as I did!"
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