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'The Voice' season 17: Kelly Clarkson gets teen duo Hello Sunday on her team and fans can't wait to see how she coaches them

On Tuesday night, the coaches and audience were stunned when girl duo, 'Hello Sunday' performed their rendition of 'This Is Me' from 'The Greatest Showman'. 

'The Voice' season 17 returned on Tuesday night, and it welcomed its first duo of the season. 'Hello Sunday' features 14-year-old Chelsea and Myla, the youngest duo to audition in the history of the series. 

After premiering with episode 1 on Monday night, the contestants that auditioned and made it to either one of the coaches' teams really set the benchmark for the forthcoming Blind Auditions. While we got to see an impeccable set of singers audition when the series returned on Tuesday night, the coaches and audience were stunned when girl duo, 'Hello Sunday' performed their rendition of 'This Is Me' from 'The Greatest Showman'. 

Hello Sunday joins Team Kelly Clarkson. (Photo by: Justin Lubin/NBC)

In the beginning, Hello Sunday was pegged as a solo artist like every other singer that has appeared on the series this season. But once they started to sing, and hit the dual notes, the coaches were shocked to know that they were a duo, and the first this season. 

Their performance had both highs and lows but they weren't perfect or seasoned singers. The youngsters had trouble with their range and pitch, but that isn't something that cannot be fixed. Filled with energy and charisma, Chelsea and Myla managed to get Kelly Clarkson to turn her chair for them. Post their performance, the duo revealed they were friends and not sisters. 

They might not have what it takes to go all the way right now, because compared to the other singers who auditioned this entire week, they weren't that extraordinary. It wasn't as jaw-dropping as Kyndal Inskeep or Rose Short from Monday night's Blind Auditions. Maybe that's the reason they got a chair turn from Clarkson alone, but now that they are in the competition, we can't wait to see what Clarkson creates of them, and how she would improve their stage presence and their vocal range issues.  

Hello Sunday is the youngest duo to perform in The Voice history. (Photo by: Justin Lubin/NBC)

Being the youngest duo in the history of 'The Voice' and to get a chair turn, fans are excited for 'Hello Sunday' as they took to Twitter to share their love for the group and stated that Clarkson made the right choice by turning her chair for them. 

"#TheVoice ‘Hello Sunday’ Good Choice picking a duo Kelly! These young ladies sound great! You ROCK!" wrote a fan on Twitter. Adding to that another said, "Hello Sunday was wonderful looking forward to keep watching and see how Kelly going to train to beautiful voices rooting for you young ladies  #TheVoice." 

'The Voice' season 17 airs every Monday and Tuesday night only on NBC. Check your local listings for more information.