Watch ‘Curly Sue’ star’s flawless and beautiful audition on ‘The Voice’

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Everyone watching “The Voice” is talking about the former child star who knocked the pants of the judges with her blind audition.

Alisan Porter, who was the star in the early 90’s movie “Curly Sue,” sang Linda Ronstadt’s “Blue Bayou” on the season 10 premiere of The Voice on Monday.

Her flawless rendition of the song had all four judges quickly spinning around in their red chairs, and wanting Porter on their team.

She revealed to the judges that she went through a tough time in her life, and has been sober for eight years. She also said she was married now with children.

In the end, Porter picked judge Christina Aguilera.

Watch her amazing performance in the video player above

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