When The Boot spoke with Meghan Linsey late last year, she noted that the fundraising efforts for her self-titled EP allowed her to "realize that the fans are still with me" -- and clearly they are. The former Steel Magnolia member's supporters have helped her "Love Never Sleeps" music video make it into The Boot's Video Shootout Hall of Fame.

Four weeks ago, Linsey's clip began its Shootout journey, competing against Granger Smith‘s "Bury Me in Blue Jeans" video and Kid Rock‘s visual for "First Kiss" and defeating them both with 57 percent of votes. The following week, she beat Chase Rice and Allison Moorer's music videos for "Gonna Wanna Tonight" and "Like It Used to Be," respectively, earning 71 percent of votes.

During her third Shootout competition, Linsey garnered 51 percent of votes versus A Thousand Horses‘ "Smoke" and Mickey Guyton‘s "Better Than You Left Me," and for her fourth and final victory, she received 51 percent of votes against clips from Ricky Gunn and Billy Currington.

Fans (and potential new fans) will soon get to see Linsey face a new type of competition. The singer auditioned for Season 8 of The Voice, which premieres on Feb. 23.

“I feel good about the work that I’ve put in and where we’re at,” Linsey says. “It’s never been easy for me, ever, but at the end of the day, I think you appreciate it more, so I’m looking forward to reaping some of the rewards of all the hard work I’ve put in.”

Congratulations, Meghan Linsey!