15-Year-Old Makes Awesome Comeback On 'The Voice'

The show's youngest contestant returns after not making it last season.

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Fifteen-year-old Caroline Burns of Hollis, N.H., made a complete turnaround on NBC's The Voice this week with a cover of Carole King's "So Far Away" that had the same effect on judges Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.

Her return came after a no-chair-turn blind audition last year, making this season's success even sweeter.

The judges had nothing but accolades for her comeback, with Adam Levine offering the most effusive praise, remembering her voice from last season "Honestly," he said, "you are tremendous. The leaps and bounds that you've improved ... I am so proud that I heard it and turned, right away ... You're a special one." 

Watch Caroline's audition here:

Caroline Burns is now in good hands on Team Adam. 

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