Longmeadow’s Brynn Cartelli made history on NBC’s The Voice Monday night as the youngest contestant to ever compete in the finale. Her journey continues Tuesday night.
This Longmeadow teen has proved to America that she’s unstoppable and not ready to say good bye just yet!
To show our support, 22News helped organize a viewing party Tuesday night that’s free and open to the public!
The Voice finale viewing party will kick off inside the Young Building at the Big E at 7:00 p.m. 22News has set up the space to look like The Voice stage, and if you’re coming, we even have a red carpet for you!
22News went to Brynn’s hometown Tuesday morning, where many people were excited to hear about this event.
“I’m definitely going to check it out and see if my friends are in the area,” Erica Paul said. “Cause we all are really supportive especially with social media and Facebook and stuff. We voted for her last night. We made a point to for everyone to do it.”
Some who can’t make the event shared messages for Brynn.
“We’re friends with her grandparents, her mother and dad, and my grandchildren are friends with her,” Gregory Szyluk said. “We all wish her well. I think she’ll do well, she’s a solid gal!”
The Brynn Is In The Voice Finale will end at11 p.m. after the winner of The Voice is announced. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is also free at Gate 9 on the Big E fair grounds.
Lauren Zenzie and Danny New of Mass Appeal will be hosting Tuesday’s event.
We’ll also have games, giveaways, and food to purchase.
RSVP on Facebook and invite friends: