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Richland County sisters advance to semifinals on NBC's 'The Voice'

The trio is from Lexington, Ohio, just south of Mansfield.

LOS ANGELES — Sorellé has done it again! The trio of sisters, Madi, Bella, and Ana, who hail from Northeast Ohio, pushed ahead to the semi-finals on Monday night's "The Voice."

The sisters stunned the judges with their rendition of "Something's Got a Hold on Me," by Etta James. 

In this round, two members of each team were selected to move on to the next round. Their coach, Chance the Rapper, gave them high praise, and seemed excited to get them another step closer to the title.

Watch their latest performance, below:

Based in the village of Lexington just south of Mansfield, 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.

"Maddie and I, we started getting professionally trained at age 5-6 and honestly we say like 7 or 8 with her because that's when she really started vocal lessons," Ana told 3News' Monica Robins. "But she was in there at age three listening to us sing and learn professional and classical training."

Madi and Ana performed the National Anthem at a Cleveland Cavaliers game in 2012. The older sisters became poised and polished in pageants, as both won "Miss Ohio Outstanding Teen." The trio appeared on Nickelodeon's "America's Most Musical Family" as well. And they share original music, too. 

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