UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -- Minnesota rock singer Kat Perkins made her case to America to keep her on "The Voice" by singing two songs during the Top 5 live show. Perkins advanced the previous week thanks to winning the Twitter Save vote - an accomplishment she has achieved twice this season.
Perkins started out the night by singing "Chandelier" by pop artist, Sia, to which her coach Adam Levine praised her by saying, "Here's why she should be in the finale: because she is, hands down, honestly one of the best singers we've ever had."
The second song Perkins performed was "Let it Go" from Disney's "Frozen" which she dedicated to the Keller family who she is a nanny for in Edina. The Kellers were also in the audience to watch her perform.
After she finished singing the power ballad, Levine continued to compliment her by telling the audience, ""As far as vocals are concerned, it doesn't get better than Kat Perkins."
Perkins will learn if she advances on to the finale show on Tuesday, May 13 at 7 p.m. CT.