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The Triangle rally's support behind Kat Robichaud on 'The Voice'

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More than 100 fans came to the OC Bar & Grill to cheer on Raleigh's Kat Robichaud. More than 100 fans came to the OC Bar & Grill to cheer on Raleigh's Kat Robichaud.
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At the OC Bar & Grill Monday night, more than 100 people came out to cheer on Raleigh's Kat Robichaud.

All of her biggest fans in the Triangle had nothing but praise for the North Carolina star in the making who performed AWOLNATION's "Sail."

There was a standing ovation for the Concord native after her performance tonight, many saying Robichaud's performance was electric.

"I got goosebumps all over," said friend Poroshat Parsa.

Emily Sharples added, "That's the Kat I know. It's just the perfect mix of her".

Phoebe Skoscedt, another friend said, "Unbelievable. She's always had the ability to control a stage. I am just so proud of her."

Some fans and friends were wearing "cat ears" for support, saying Robichaud brings that something extra, to all her performances. 

Fans have until 10 a.m. on Tuesday to vote for Kat a number of different ways:

  • Download Kat's song from iTunes
  • Call (877) 5-KEEP-07 up to 10 times per phone number
  • Vote 10 times from your Facebook account on The Voice's Facebook page
  • Vote 10 times per email address online at The Voice's website 
  • Sprint subscribers can text 7 to 8642 up to 10 times

Results will be announced live Tuesday on "The Voice" at 9 p.m.

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