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“The Voice” star dedicates song to children she nannies for

Nanny-turned-Rockstar Kat Perkins showed her softer side on last night's "The Voice" by belting out a popular Disney tune, which she dedicated to the children she nannies for. Before singing "Let it Go," from the hit animated film "Frozen," Perkins took time to thank the Midwestern family for all of their support. The reality show even featured clips of Perkins spending time with the children.

The rockstar's new spin on the tune earned her praise from all four coaches, including her own coach Adam Levine.

"Week to week throughout this entire competition, everybody has had their ups and downs," Levine said during the segment. "No one has been more consistent. You're always right on the money and soulful and beautiful."

The past two weeks, America has voted to save Perkins from elimination, proving that she is definitely a fan favorite. We are certainly rooting for her to move on to next week's final round!

The touching clip showcased the mutual love and respect she has for the children she nannies for. In fact, it was the Keller family that first inspired Perkins to reach for the stars and audition for "The Voice." Perkins created a band and performed songs with the Keller children.

As you can see, being a nanny is certainly a meaningful career and can open up the doors to a variety of opportunities. Plus, it allows you to use your creativity every day. If you're looking for a new job within the industry, be sure to register with Colonial Domestic Agency! We can match you with a family who will genuinely appreciate your skills and talents.