Angie Johnson on Her Road to 'The Voice'


U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Angie Johnson went from YouTube sensation to TV star when Cee Lo Green selected her after her audition for The Voice, but the gravity of her situation has yet to sink in for her.

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"It's happened so quickly and I haven't been able to keep up," Angie admitted. "So it's kind of like I'm having all of these out-of-body experiences where I see myself on TV and I'm like, 'Oh my gosh, that's me.'"

Last year, Angie reached internet fame after someone posted a video of her providing the vocals to Adele's Rolling in the Deep during a jam session with military band Sidewinder. The clip caught the eye of The Voice host Carson Daly who then tracked down Angie via Twitter and facilitated her audition.

"Carson Daly's been instrumental in this whole experience for me and I don't know that I'll ever be able to thank him enough for the way he's reached out to me," said Angie. "He didn't have to."

Angie went on to reveal her plans for The Voice as she prepares to battle teammate Cheesa.

"I feel so blessed as it is," Angie said. "I would love to win the competition, but I'm just having the time of my life right now, being involved in it."

Watch The Voice Judges Duke it Out

Watch Angie compete in the battle round of NBC's The Voice Monday night.