|Location||Apple Valley, California|
|Team(s)|| Team Blake|
| Chairs Turned
Brennley Brown was a contestant on Season 12 of The Voice, and a member of Team Gwen, but was formerly a member of Team Blake. Her blind audition of the Keith Urban song "Stupid Boy" turned two chairs.
She is best remembered as one of two kids to join teams in Season 12 with the newly reduced age restriction, the other being Quizz Swanigan, and also for exemplifying great improvement with every week while on Team Gwen. She was the first contestant of Season 12 to receive an iTunes multiplier, achieving so in the Top 12 with her performance of Linda Ronstadt's "Long Long Time". She proceeded to receive iTunes multipliers in every subsequent week until a shocking elimination alongside Team Gwen's other remaining artist Hunter Plake cut her time short in the competition.
Before The Voice Edit
"Brennley grew up listening to country music and performing in school talent shows. Her signature move was throwing her pink cowgirl hat into the audience at shows. She recently was cast as Lily on the animated show "Sofia the First." For two years, starting at age three, she watched her mother go in and out of hospitals before she was diagnosed with Lyme carditis, which has no cure. Music helped Brennley cope with her mother's diagnosis. Her dad owns a hair salon where she spends her spare time when she's not gigging, doing voiceover work or homework!"
- Before joining The Voice, Brennley had also been a contestant on Season 11 of America's Got Talent. She performed The Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses" for her audition, and proceeded to the next round with four 'Yes' votes from judges. She was eliminated in the following round, the Judge Cuts.