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Despite 'Voice' elimination, Baltimore singer Davon Fleming said it's just the beginning

Baltimore singer Davon Fleming was eliminated from NBC’s “The Voice” on Tuesday, but Fleming, who started the singing reality competition strong — with rave reviews from judges and a noteworthy shoe-throw and showstopping duet courtesy of award-winning singer Jennifer Hudson — is optimistic about what the future holds.

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Baltimore singer Davon Fleming eliminated from 'The Voice'

Baltimore singer Davon Fleming’s run on “The Voice” came to an end on Tuesday night.

Fleming, a Park Heights resident, was eliminated from the NBC singing competition as the contestants were whittled down from eight to four.

“Don’t be sad for me this is only the beginning,” he wrote on Facebook after the show. “I came saw and conquered so much more on this journey.

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5 thoughts on the midseason finale of 'The Walking Dead': It's Carl's show

So at the end of Sunday’s midseason finale of “The Walking Dead,” there are lots of things we still don’t know, but there is one very big thing that we do.

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Baltimore's Davon Fleming narrowly advances on 'The Voice' after 'instant save' from viewers

Baltimore singer Davon Fleming narrowly advanced to the Top 8 on “The Voice” on Tuesday night, after an “instant save” from viewers.

Fleming was one of the bottom three vote-getters on the NBC singing competition this week, which meant he had one more chance to perform and win over the audience during the live results show.

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Randallstown native Liris Crosse wins model competition of 'Project Runway'

Liris Crosse, the Randallstown native who made history this season of “Project Runway” by being one of the first plus-sized models to compete on the show, has won the modeling portion of the competition.

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'This Is Us' midseason finale recap: Randall gets story 'Number Three'

Let’s recap “This Is Us,” shall we?

A painful, career-killing injury to a high school kid’s leg.

A massive addiction crisis, spiraling out of control.

The loss of a much-wanted pregnancy, triggering a relationship crisis.

So far, this three-episode arc has dealt out quite a bit of heartache. So you’d be forgiven if, like me, you went into Tuesday night’s “Number Three” desperate for good news.

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