A Wisconsin teen is holding nothing back as she tries to keep her momentum going on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Hannah Mrozak, 19, of Richfield, was saved in Tuesday night’s "Knock Out" round.
“I have never been so nervous in my life,” she said. “That was so, so scary!”
TODAY'S TMJ4 was at home with Hannah and her family in Richfield, to watch the latest episode.
Though her coach Adam Levine hesitantly let her go, she was saved at the last minute by Jennifer Hudson.
“I really did think I was going home,” Hannah says. “Jennifer Hudson really waited until the last minute to press the button. I was so close from walking of the stage, then I heard the sound that I was saved. They didn't show it, but I like fell to the floor. I couldn’t believe it.”
Hannah says it was awesome to know another coach believed in her too. She says she’s forever grateful to Levine, who taught her to trust her instinct on stage.
“I have a tendency to really second guess myself,” she describes. “And I'm very picky when it comes to what I sing and how I sing, and he kind of just told me to put all of that aside and really just sing. To feel it.”
She felt it Tuesday night, as she sang her heart out.
While her family couldn’t be any prouder, Hannah couldn’t be any happier to have some time with them at home.
“Wisconsin will always be home to me,” she said. The people here are so real and humble. I know without a doubt that I will remain who I am, and really close to my roots, no matter how far I may go in the future.”
Hannah can’t tell us how far she makes it on “The Voice” this season. But she did tell us her performance next week is very emotional. We’ll be with her family, rooting for her every step of the way!