When she's not serenading crowds with her singing skills, Reagan enjoys normal teenage activities like shopping and social media. She's also a big sports fan and spreads a little cheer each month with a performance at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.
As for the rest of her life, she's a straight-A student with plans to study engineering once she graduates. And she continues to do her part in the community, as she does some volunteer work with her church.
During Monday night's Top 10 results show, Strange performed her song Cry. However, she wasn't onstage when Carson revealed the bottom three. That's because she was too sick to sing for the Instant Save. But, instead of sending her home, coach Adam Levine decided to make a controversial decision. He publicly asked viewers to vote for Strange instead of Team Blake artist DeAndre Nico.
Ultimately, voters agreed with Levine's decision. And Strange ended up moving on to the semifinals, while Nico and Dave Fenley were sent home. But some fans were not pleased with Levine's move, which they viewed as showing favoritism for his team member. Those unhappy with the situation took to social media to voice their opinions. And some even vowed to boycott the show in protest. Hopefully, Reagan will heal quickly and be back on the stage soon enough. And, if she does, we expect her to continue to wow us with her amazing talent. After all, she's already performed alongside some major artists like Craig Morgan and Luke Combs.