Fort Wayne singer ‘waiting’ for blind audition appearance on ‘The Voice’

Christiana Hicks auditioned for "The Voice." (Huntington University/Facebook)

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Another Fort Wayne singer has auditioned for NBC’s singing competition “The Voice.”

Christiana Hicks, who attended Snider High School and Huntington University, will be featured in the blind audition stage of “The Voice,” which premiered Monday night at 8 on NBC. HIcks was not showcased in the Monday or Tuesday episodes, but the blind auditions continue next week.

Hicks tweeted Tuesday night, “Annnnnnnnnd we’re waiting.. hang in there #TeamChristiana💜, our day will come.”

When it does, Judges Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and Alicia Keys will decide her fate in the pre-tape shows.

Huntington University, where Hicks graduated from last year, was first to confirm Hicks’ audition on the show in a Facebook post. The university held a viewing party at the Huntington Union Building.

Hicks will hope to follow in the footsteps of Fort Wayne’s Addison Agen, who finished as runner-up on “The Voice” last season. Addison, a Concordia Lutheran High School student, is now working on her own album and has sold out two shows at the Embassy Theatre in Fort Wayne, with more shows scheduled throughout the year.