ST. LOUIS - Thousands of people spent Father's Day at Busch Stadium, but it wasn't to enjoy a Cardinals baseball game.
Instead, they were there to take a shot at fame and to score a spot on national television. The final stop for season twelve of The Voice auditions rolled through St. Louis on Sunday. It was a rollercoaster of emotion for the people looking to make it big.
Huge crowds of people created long lines outside Busch where they were waiting for their chance to sing in front of the producers from NBC's 'The Voice.'
There were people from all walks of life, young and old, near and far. One producer told Five on Your Side St. Louis was one of the biggest turnouts he’d seen yet.
As crowds were funneled into the Red Bird Club, they started singing together. Complete strangers breaking out in song.
The moment of truth came when groups of 10 were filtered into the suites. It was their shot to belt their hearts out for that red card.
5 on Your Side did see some red cards but we're not allowed to show those contestants on camera. Which means you'll have to watch next season of The Voice right here on five on your side.
The next "voice" could be from St. Louis.
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