Back last month, many fans of The Voice were disappointed when Natalie Stovall was sent home in the battle rounds. The singer was pitted against Adam Cunningham to perform a rendition of Little Big Town's "Boondocks," and although both artists gave their all, Cunningham managed to win over Blake Shelton in that particular round.

However, Stovall had great news to console her supporters. On Nov. 9, she tweeted out that she had been chosen to return to Team Blake as Comeback Artist.

Stovall is one of four contestants chosen to return to their coaches' teams. Joining her in the return will be Karli Webster for Team Miley Cyrus, Lucas Holliday for Team Jennifer Hudson and Whitney Fenimore on Team Adam Levine.

It's not surprising Stovall is back in the saddle. The 35-year-old Tennessee native is a seasoned entertainer and country music industry veteran -- she made her Opry debut at 12, tours nonstop with her band the Drive, and also performs with radio host Bobby Bones and his band the Raging Idiots. Her initial elimination in October was definitely a surprise to many.

The Voice playoffs will kick off Monday, Nov. 13. Look for Stovall to perform during the two-hour broadcast of the show that evening.

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