Florida native/BYU grad Amy Whitcomb made it through her battle-round sing-off on "The Voice" on Tuesday night.
Can't tell you a whole lot more than that because Whitcomb was part of a montage — we saw a brief clip of her singing Pat Benatar's "Heartbreaker" with/against Agina Alvarez and we were told that judge/coach Adam Levine had chosen Whitcomb as the winner.
The same thing happened when Whitcomb made it through the blind audition — she was part of a montage. She has made it through two rounds of the competition and has barely appeared on the show.
That has to change, doesn't it?
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