Mother and former actress Alisan Porter blows "The Voice" judges away with her moving rendition of the Roy Orbison classic song, "Blue Bayou." In a preview released by NBC prior to the 2016 competition, Porter wows and woos judges with her talent, resulting in four standing ovations from the judges and a four-way competition to land the singer on their teams.

"Bring it home to mama! Bring it home," judge Christina Aguilera exclaimed, as both she and judge Adam Levine  approached the contestant for hugs and a little schmoozing after the performance. Levine's hug and kiss on the hand, prompted Porter to point to her family in the wings and explain, "My husband's right over there!"

When talking to the contestants, the judges learned Porter was actually a child actress, performing the title role in the 1991 John Hughes film "Curly Sue," which also starred Jim Belushi and Kelly Lynch. Porter then credits stopping drinking and becoming a wife and mother for leading her to her ultimate passion of singing.

"That was the most beautiful, flawless, passionate, pitch-perfect thing I have ever heard in my entire life," Levine said. "I'm astonished by you. You're going to win 'The Voice.' "

Do you think Porter's audition lives up to the judges' obvious excitement?