Young girl breaks the French 'Voice' with an adorable cover of a song from our youth

The 24-year-old Tamara Weber-Fillion took to "The Voice" stage with confidence and wowed the judges with her blind audition. 

She performed Bob Dylan's "Knocking on Heaven's Door" and had judges Florent Pagny, Garou, Mika, and Zazie hooked from the first notes. 

Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. The video of her spectacular performance can be seen below. 

Source: YouTube/The Voice: la plus belle voix

Source: YouTube/The Voice: la plus belle voix

Mika couldn't take the suspense and was the first to turn his chair around, followed soon by Zazie and Florent. 

Garou was the last to turn, but it appears as though he had some technical difficulties with his chair when one of the panels came loose. 

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Source: YouTube/The Voice: la plus belle voix

Weber-Fillion's mother was observing from the side of the side of the stage, clearly nervous on her daughter's behalf. 

When Mika turned around, she was visibly relieved and shouted: "That's my girl!" In the end, Weber-Fillion chose Mika as her coach. 

Source: YouTube/The Voice: la plus belle voix

Source: YouTube/The Voice: la plus belle voix

Unfortunately, she was eliminated during one of the "Live Show" rounds. 

Her video has since been making its way along the internet and had accumulated more than 14.7 million views and 100,000 likes in the two years it's been online. 

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Source: YouTube/The Voice: la plus belle voix

Weber-Fillion has been singing for most of her life and had previously formed a band in Quebec before joining The Voice in France. 

She said that the opportunity to audition for the talent-search show boosted her confidence and made her more outgoing. 

Source: YouTube/The Voice: la plus belle voix

Source: YouTube/The Voice: la plus belle voix

However, season five wasn't her first visit to "The Voice" studios. She also auditioned for season two of "La Voix" in Quebec back in 2014. 

She was coached by Isabelle Boulay and made it all the way to "Battle Songs," also known as the "Ultimate Trails."   

Weber-Fillion isn't the only contestant to make waves. Earlier this year, Mylène Farmer sparked a wave of criticism for not singing live on the show.

Farmer, one of the most successful artists in France, performed her number one hit single, "Rolling Song" from their latest album, "Désobéissance."

However, her fans in the audience denied the accusation that she was lipsyncing. Read the full account here

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