Killeen singer Rose Short was in a tough spot on NBC's "The Voice" on Tuesday night, having made it to the Top 8 but failing to get enough votes to instantly advance to the final round. However, after competing against the bottom three competitors for a chance to be saved by the audience, she managed to win the "Wildcard Instant Save."
To earn the final spot, Short performed Aretha Franklin's "Natural Woman," bringing coach Gwen Stefani to tears.
Short will advance to the final four alongside Katie Kadan, Jake Hoot and Ricky Duran.
On Monday night, Short sang “I Want to Know What Love Is” by Foreigner.
The eventual winner will receive the grand prize of a recording contract.
Season 17 of the show began Sept. 23, with the two final shows coming up Dec. 16 and 17.