LEXINGTON, Ohio — The trio of sisters known as the singing group Sorellé gave it a great ride, but fell just short of winning the Season 23 title on NBC's "The Voice."
The Heichel sisters — Madi, Bella, and Ana — who hail from Lexington in Richland County, finished in fourth place on Tuesday night. The trio had stunned judges throughout the competition with their renditions of "Something's Got a Hold on Me," "Blame it on the Boogie" and "Someone Like You."
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Gina Miles from Team Niall captured the championship in what was the closest vote in "The Voice's" history.
In Monday's finale of Season 23 of "The Voice," Sorellé faced off against Grace West from Team Blake, D. Smooth from Team Kelly, Gina Miles from Team Niall, and NOIVAS from Team Blake.
The trio began the evening with their ballad: "Million Reasons" by Lady Gaga.
Later in the show, they gave their "up-tempo" performance, choosing Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's iconic hit "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
While Sorellé competed in the finale, a crowd of friends, family, and fans again gathered at Lexington's "The Local at 97" to cheer on the Heichel sisters. Kierra Cotton was at the restaurant with more on 'What's Next' after the results were announced.
Sorellé first went viral in 2014 with a cover of Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" and have seen their platform grow ever since. The social media influencers previously appeared on the Nickelodeon program "America's Most Musical Family" in 2019 and host a daily web show on TikTok, where they boast more than three million followers.