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Tessanne performs on The Voice again tonight

Monday, November 11, 2013 | 6:19 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica – NBC’s The Voice is into its second week of live performances with Jamaica's Tessanne Chin among the 12 contestants in the running to claim the top spot in this year's competition.

Tonight Chin will again battle to hold her place on the popular talent show.

And while NBC’s terms and conditions do not accept voting from outside the United States, Jamaicans may support Tessanne’s progress in the American talent show by purchasing her performance songs on iTunes and by following her on Twitter @Tessanne.

"As it pertains to Twitter the show has announced a new feature called "Instant Save", which gives viewers a five-minute voting window toward the end of the results show. It is understood that “Instant Save” will be used over the next few weeks, as viewers tweet #VoiceSave along with their contestant’s name," local telecoms company Digicel said in a release today.

The Voice will be aired on RETV at 8:00 pm.

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