Vote for Stanwood singer Savanna Woods on Monday’s ‘The Voice’

The fate of the 26-year-old singer depends on votes in the four-way knockout round.

Savanna Woods, a Stanwood contestant on NBC’s “The Voice.” (Chris Haston / NBC)

Savanna Woods, a Stanwood contestant on NBC’s “The Voice.” (Chris Haston / NBC)

STANWOOD — Savanna Woods is back.

The Stanwood singer, 26, is on Monday’s “The Voice” in the four-way knockout round.

“In order to make it to the next round I will need your votes,” Woods said on a Facebook post.

The NBC show starts at 8 p.m. and she appears near the end. The voting window is from 5 p.m. Monday to 4 a.m. Tuesday, Pacific time.

The episode was pre-recorded at Universal Studios in California. After this, the competition goes live. The winner gets $100,000 and a recording contract.

Woods has pursued singing since graduating from Stanwood High School in 2013.

On her audition March 15 on “The Voice,” she sang “Zombie” by The Cranberries. Coaches Kelly Clarkson and Nick Jonas both tried to recruit her to their team.

“I think you’re cool as hell,” Clarkson told her on the show.

Woods was on “The Voice” again on April 5 for the second round in a head-to-head battle, pitted in a duet of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.” Her contender won the battle, but a last-minute “save” kept Woods in the running.

Vote on The Voice app or online up to 10 times per email address.

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