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Oklahoma native to compete in battle round on ‘The Voice’

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BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – An Oklahoma native will take the stage on Tuesday night in an attempt to stay on a popular reality show.

Maye Thomas, who is originally from Broken Arrow, earned her spot on NBC’s ‘The Voice’ when she performed ‘Roses’ for the judges.

Thomas’ performance earned chair turns from Miley Cyrus and Adam Levine. Eventually, she chose Cyrus as her coach.

Thomas will face off against Khaliay Kimberlie for a chance to stay on NBC’s ‘The Voice.’

Miley Cyrus will only be able to keep one of them on her team, so they are both vying for that sacred spot.

The Voice will air on NBC on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.