Curly Sue star makes a comeback on 'The Voice'

Alisan Porter Opens Up About Overcoming Her Battle With Addiction
Alisan Porter Opens Up About Overcoming Her Battle With Addiction

Remember the movie "Curly Sue?" Well, Curly Sue is all grown up!

Alisan Porter, who played the iconic little girl in the 1991 film directed by John Hughes and costarring James Belushi, has returned to the spotlight after auditioning for the upcoming season of "The Voice."

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Porter blew the coaches away during her blind audition, prompting all four chairs to turn and garnering a standing ovation from the all-star coaches. Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera even got out of their chairs to go hug her.

See more adorable photos of Alisan Porter in "Curly Sue":

Her soaring rendition of "Blue Bayou" will surely be one of the more memorable blind auditions of this season, if not the entire series. Not only was it pitch perfect, but Porter also gave the performance even more meaning when she revealed that she's been sober for eight years after struggling with addiction.

"The Voice" season 10 premiere is on Monday at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.

Watch her incredibly audition below:

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