Back in August, I posted a video that was making it's way around the web featuring a group of Air Force soldiers covering Adele's "Rolling in the Deep". The driving force behind the video going viral was the voice of the group's lead singer, a young lady who's name was unknown at the time. Thanks to last night's episode of The Voice, we now know her as Angie Johnson from St. Louis.

The revelation of Angie's past was revealed during the "back story" portion of the show leading up to her performance (they have to find something to fill 2 hours of programming). Also revealed, in my eyes at least, was that Angie is a very attractive young lady. If that statement offends you in some kind of looks-aren't-everything kind of way, you need to lighten up. If looks didn't matter, then we'd all quit showering and walk around in tattered rags. Alright, off the soapbox and back to Mrs. Johnson.

Once on stage for her moment to shine, she knocked out a great version of Pat Benetar's "Heartbreaker" that caught the ear of at least one judge. Check out the video to see who hit the button to get Angie on their team.

As a refresher, here's the original video that started Angie's 15 minutes of fame.