Natalie Stovall Lands a Spot on Blake Shelton’s ‘The Voice’ Team

It’s official – Natalie Stovall has made it on to The Voice! After weeks of blind auditions, the fiddle player’s moment on the show aired during a short montage of fellow performers. Singing The Steeldrivers’ “If It Hadn’t Been For Love,” Stovall earned a place on Blake Shelton’s impressive team.

“I think you’ve got an incredible voice, oh my gosh,” said an excited Shelton in the clip. “This is perfect, Natalie. Well, welcome to team Blake!”

Stovall chose the song as it was one of her first introductions to Chris Stapleton’s voice. He was once a member of the bluegrass group before leaving the group in April 2010.

Plenty of the bubbly blonde’s friends in Music City watched The Voice in support of her audition, including Cassadee Pope, Nikita Karmen, Kristian Bush and members of Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots.

The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 8/7c on NBC.

Natalie Stovall’s version of “If It Hadn’t Been For Love” is currently available on iTunes.