THE VOICE Reagan Strange: Booked Her Inevitable Place In The Top 10?

NBC’s The Voice season 15 has recently aired and “Oh my god!” the platform has given us goosebumps performances from raw talented singers. With their flawless voice, The Voice 2018 competition will be much tougher for each competitor as well as judges to decide who will go for the next round.

The youngest competitor on the stage, Reagan Strange is a 13-year-old girl who is on the show to fulfill her dream to become the next winner of The Voice.

You must be eager to know more about the 13-year-old singer. So, let’s begin exploring her bio.

Celeb Facts

Birth NameReagan Strange
Birth Date29 October 2004
BirthplaceMemphis, Tennessee
Zodiac SignScorpio
ParentsSteve Strange and Amanda Strange-Kucinski
SiblingsBrock, Brody, and Kendall Stranger

Who is Reagan Strange? 

Reagan is a 13-year-old girl who is chasing her dream of becoming the next winner of The Voice at a young age. She is a Tennessee girl who had watched the season 1st when she was six-years-old. And ever since, she hasn’t missed any episodes.

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Inspired by the show, Reagan started performing at the local fair for two years. She even sang the national anthem in front of 16,000 people at the Memphis Grizzlies game. Eventually, Reagan became a show-stopper with her flawless voice. More importantly, she shares the happiness and joy to all the people with her voice.

Moreover, Reagan performs once a month at the Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital to spread love and a hope that music heals all the diseases. She is also an A grade student and dream of studying engineering in Georgia Tech in future.

Nevertheless, Reagan has also been featured on the TV series Bizaardvark in 2016. She was crowned as Miss Germantown Outstanding Teen of 2018.

The Voice Season 15 Journey

Reagan is the youngest contestant in the NBC’s The Voice Season 15. She sang “Meant to Be” by Bebe Rexha in the blind audition round. Her melodious and effervescent rendition compelled Adam Levine to turn his table, following with Blake Shelton.

Adam told Reagan:

“Okay, I see your tears. I’m gonna have tears also if you pick him.”

Adam continued while convincing her to join his team:

“I turned around first. And he’s gonna be like, ‘I just wanna wait and listen and enjoy it.’ That’s not true. There was an effortlessness to your power and your precision that was very Danielle Bradbery-esque. You can go all the way here. I believe that. I really do.”

However, Reagan, who wished Blake to turn his chair decided to go with the Team Adam.

Reagan was the last week’s most streamed contestant. From the Adam team, Reagan sang a fan-picked song as it was the episode of “Fan week.” She sang “Complicated” by Avril Lavigne, which according to her coach Adam, was a tough vocally. Levine said:

“It requires serious chops, and it’s deceptively hard.” “Avril was about the same age when she released this song so I think it’s perfect.”

For the performance, Reagan wore a shimmering metallic gold jacket with a ponytail hairstyle. But the stage lightened up when she got the standing ovation in Los Angeles by Levine and Kelly after her performance. Levine told her that he adores her. He said:

“I truly genuinely believe not only can you win this thing but you can be such a tremendous star.”

After winning the heart from the audience and becoming judges favorite contestant, will Reagan Strange get the top 10 sit in The Voice season 15? Tuned in to know!

Age, Parents, Siblings, Birthday

Reagan Strange was born in the city of Memphis, Tennessee in 2004. She celebrates her birthday on 29th October, which makes her age 14. She is a sweet southern girl who holds the nationality of American and belongs to white ethnicity.

Reagan was born to father Steve Strange and mother Amanda Strange-Kucinski. Moreover, she also has a step-father, Todd Kuncinski and grandmother named, Billie Payne. She grew up with her two brothers, Brock and Brody Strange and sister, Kendall Strange.

Reagan was raised in the Mid-South area. At the age of two, she began singing and become involved in coal lesson until eight.