With a stunning cover of Aretha Franklin's "Natural Woman," Meghan Linsey not only advanced to the live portion of The Voice on Monday night (March 23), she also earned high praise from multiple coaches.

Linsey selected the song herself, despite her coach, Blake Shelton, warning her that she was "going to be compared to Aretha when you sing this song."

But Linsey had nothing to worry about; she held her own on the tune, showing her soulful side and belting out the lyrics with precision and passion.

Pharrell Williams, Linsey's original coach, was cheering loudly as she performed the classic song, and afterwards, he told her, "Meghan, you sang that song in a way that proved your worth to sing that kind of music."

Linsey's performance was part of The Voice's Knockout Rounds, during which she was pitted against fellow Team Blake member Travis Ewing, who sang Gavin DeGraw's "I Don't Want to Be."

"You went for it," Adam Levine told Ewing after his performance. "The problem — Meghan is the problem."

Linsey was crowned the winner of their Knockout Round, and since no other coaches stole Ewing, he was eliminated.

"Meghan sang for her life," Shelton said, "and, man, did it come across to me and the other coaches."

On Twitter, Linsey was being cheered on by a fellow country artist and Team Blake alum: The Voice Season 7 winner Craig Wayne Boyd.

The Voice's Knockout Rounds continue tonight (March 24), at 8PM ET on NBC.

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