KELLY Clarkson’s act Hello Sunday were saved on Tuesday’s The Voice.
The 14-year-old pals, Chelsea and Myla, wowed with a stunning rendition of Celine Dion’s All By Myself, which left Clarkson astounded.
The teenage twosome made it to the final 13 advancing to the next round with a wildcard, after seven contestants were sent home.
Monday night’s Top 20 Live Playoffs saw the duo perform their version of Adele’s Hello but it didn’t make it to an instant save on Tuesday.
However, when they had to perform once again for America’s Instant Save vote they were saved.
“WE MADE TOP 13!!!!!! Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!!!! TO ALL WHO VOTED!!!! We are crying tears of JOY!!,” they tweeted after the save.
However, some fans claimed that it’s unfair to other contestants to have a duo in the competition because they have harmonies available that solo contestants don’t have.
“Hello Sunday is good but will never understand why a duo is allowed on the voice, it’s called the voice for a reason” one watcher tweeted.
Another said: “The name of the show is The Voice not Voices. It is totally unfair to allow two voices to compete as one. Can other contestants sing harmony like Hello Sunday ? No #TheVoice.”
“Maybe Hello Sunday has inspired a spin-off version of the Voice? Maybe call it The Voices?” shared a fan.
While another said, “It’s inspiring to see two people as young as Hello Sunday reach such a height in #TheVoice , but they did not earn their spot tonight with that strained, pitchy performance.”
“I think hello sunday is talented but it’s the voice, not the duo. I think it’s unfair to have duos on this show.
“There are plenty of other talent competitions, I just personally think this one is for solo artists. 2 against 1 isn’t fair,” wrote a fan.
“The final note of Hello Sunday was the definition of missed harmony. Neither arrived at the right note.”
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