Blake Shelton took his "girls" Dia Frampton and Xenia to one of his shows before the semi-finals of 'The Voice.' He flew them on a private jet and introduced them to Brad Paisley. He gave them guitars and invited them on stage to perform 'Honey Bee' with him. Shelton just needs to tell his wife Miranda Lambert that they have to fill out adoption forms for Frampton and Xenia, as he is relishing the father figure role.

Frampton could not even get through an explanation about how much Shelton means to her. She started crying, something she says she never does. It was a sweet, delicate display of emotion reminiscent of her voice.

Shelton gave both girls 50 points a piece, putting the vote in America's capable hands. He said, "I don't think I could lose with either of them. I love them. I really do. I can't put a score on that. I can't put a number on that." Who knew that the usually sarcastic and self-deprecating Shelton could be so sensitive and sentimental? No wonder Lambert married him.

So when Shelton put the fate of Frampton and Xenia in the hands of America, America selected Frampton to represent Team Blake Shelton in next week's finals. Xenia should be happy that Frampton won by a small margin. Shelton looked equally happy and sad, hugging both girls! Frampton once again couldn't speak, crippled by a mixture of shyness and tears. It's endearing and her voice is so powerful that her bashful personality does not detract from her as a performer.

Frampton will face Javier Colon, Vicci Martinez and Beverly McLellan for the chance to be 'The Voice.' Go Dia!

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