NBC’s The Voice contestant and Team Blake (Shelton) member, Mary Sarah, is the quintessential country music sweetheart. In fact, the Texas-born, Nashville resident doesn’t just spend her time writing and performing; she also works for one of her favorite lifestyle brands, Boot Barn.
Last night on The Voice, Mary Sarah performed Carrie Underwood’s meaningful song, “So Small,” citing her brother’s struggles with health issues related to his premature birth as the reason the tune especially hit home for her. Along with coaching Mary Sarah as she prepared for her live performance, Shelton encouraged her to dress more formally in a “big, pretty gown.”
Leaving her cowboy boots backstage, Mary Sarah emerged in a gorgeous two-piece pink dress; but the “princess” look did not cause the coaches to forget where she came from. Pharrell Williams mentioned Mary Sarah’s employer, Boot Barn, causing Adam Levine to joke about how happy the company must be with all the on-camera shout outs. Before ending his own critiques, Coach Blake Shelton jumped on board and asked if Boot Barn would be sending a package following the show. Mary Sarah giggled and responded, “I think so if, they see this!”
Well, they saw it.
Boot Barn tweeted the show to get the coaches’ sizes:
Then they assured Shelton his were on the way:
After letting Carson Daly and the coaches know that their footwear had been selected, the company tweeted that they were on the way to deliver the goods.
Continue following the Boot Barn story on Snapchat at BootBarnSnaps for updates on the delivery. Hey coaches, we expect to see those fancy feet posted on social media ASAP!
Watch Mary Sarah perform “So Small” below: