Tulsa's Adley Stump leaves The Voice

TULSA - One of Tulsa's two contestants on season two of NBC's "The Voice" left the show Monday after the first round of head-to-head competition.

Adley made it through the audition round last week and landed a spot on Blake Shelton's team.

Last night, she faced off against 17-year-old Raelynn, from Texas, with the song "Free Fallin," but when the music ended, Blake went with Raelynn.

Adley still had words of praise for her mentor.

"Blake, I look up to you and I hope I made you proud tonight," said Adley.  "It's been the best experience of my life to be on your team and learn from you.  Thank you for believing in me."

Adley woke up early Tuesday to join 2NEWS Anchors Justin Wilfon and Deana Silk to talk via Skype about her experience on "The Voice."

Watch the attached video to hear what Adley had to say about leaving the competition and what's next.

Jamar Rogers, a graduate of Tulsa's Booker T. Washington High School, is still in the competition.

For more on "The Voice," visit www.kjrh.com/thevoice .

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