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Georgia performers win battle round on ‘The Voice’

Micah Iverson and Toneisha Harris are representing Georgia during Season 18!

ATLANTA — Two Georgia performers competed in battle rounds during NBC “The Voice” on Monday, and they both won their respective battles.

Micah Iverson from Atlanta, GA went head-to-head with teammate Gigi Hess. Singing a duet of "Someone You Loved" by Lewis Capaldi, Micah was able to beat Gigi and Kelly named him the winner of the battle.

Iverson, who revealed he originally is from Tokyo, Japan, is currently a bartender at Monday Night Brewing in Atlanta.

The company’s social media account posted well wishes to the rising star last week.

“Not only does our beertender Micah pour a perfect pint, he also has perfect pitch. Or pipes. Or something like that, we didn't take music class in high school. Anyway, catch him tonight on NBC's The Voice to see if his dulcet tones make one of the judges turn around! We're secretly hoping it's that dreamy Nick Jonas,” the company posted in Facebook.

You can check out the battle performance here.

Toneisha Harris from Roswell, GA went head-to-head with teammate Jacob Daniel Murphy.

Singing a duet of “Good As Hell” by Lizzo, Toneisha was able to beat Jacob and Blake named her the winner of the battle. 

Check out the performance below.

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