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Drew Cole advances to top-24 round of ‘The Voice.’

Drew Cole won his first round of battles against Miya Bass on "The Voice." — Tyler Golden/NBC

On March 26, Drew Cole teamed up with his “Voice” co-star Miya Bass to sing a duet of Bob Dylan’s soulful classic, “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” Both singers are part of Adam Levine’s team on the show, and had to work together to perform the song and showcase themselves. In the end, Cole came out with the win, and advanced to the knockout round against Verna.

“So stoked on this win. Thank you @adamlevine for believing in me,” Cole wrote on his Twitter page.

Last Monday, Cole managed to hang on and advance to the next round on “The Voice” by singing Niall Horan’s “Slow Hands.”

With an acoustic guitar in hand and a band to back him up, Cole lost the knockout round to his teammate Jackie Verna, but was quickly saved by Adam Levine. When contestants are about to be eliminated from the show, they can be saved or stolen for another team. Blake Shelton tried to steal Cole, but Cole decided to stay on team Adam.

Cole will next appear on “The Voice” on April 16 for the top 24 live round.