Another Fort Wayne native will be competing for a slot in the final 12 Monday night on "The Voice".
Snider High School and Huntington University Graduate Christiana Danielle will be singing in front of millions on televisions during the playoff round Monday night.
Danielle went head-to-head in the knockout round of "The Voice" singing "Elastic Heart" by Sia. However, her teammate Terrence Cunningham was named the winner of the knockout.
Christiana Danielle still stole the show after Alicia used her "save" to keep Christiana on her team. We wish her the best from Fort Wayne as she advances to the live shows.
During the playoff round, Christiana will face off against 23 other singers to compete for a slot in the final 12. All of the singers will perform Monday night. America's vote will save one singer from each team by the show's end. Tuesday and Wednesday will determine the final two spots on each team.
Huntington University is hosting a watch party for the viewing. The viewing party will take place at the Zurcher Auditorium. Free snacks will start at 7:30. The first 250 students with a Huntington University ID will get a free Team Christiana T-Shirt.
Indiana Tech will also host a watch party Monday night. That watch party is taking place at Magee O'Connor Theatre in the Andorfer Commons off East Washington Boulevard. Doors open at 7:30.
The show begins at 8. There are two ways to vote for Christiana or your favorite contestant on Monday night.
To vote on the app, wait until the real-time team voting window and click on the artist or artists of your choice. Assign and save your votes through the app. These votes can be changed at any time before the end of the voting window. App voting is limited to 10 votes per artist per email address or Facebook account.
You can use the hashtag #VoicePlayoffsChristiana to vote for Christiana on Twitter. You're allowed to vote one time per Twitter ID per artist. The voting window will be open during the show. Carson Daly will announce the beginning of the voting period. @NBCTheVoice will also announce when voting is open on its Twitter page. For the voting rules, click here.