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That little orphan girl is all grown up!

The girl who played "Curly Sue" in the 1991 classic of the same name is now a 34-year-old mom with pipes for days!

Alisan Porter appeared on a sneak peek of "The Voice" as a contestant during the show's blind auditions phase and she blew the judges away, causing coaches Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton to turn their chairs for a chance to mentor the former child star.

After a stirring rendition of Linda Ronstadt's hit "Blue Bayou," Adam even proclaimed, "You are going to win 'The Voice' and I believe that you can do it on my team."

Alisan got a standing ovation from the coaches before they knew who she was.

"I've been singing since I was five-year-old, I was on 'Star Search' also," she told the coaches as the introduced herself. "I was an actress when I was very young, it's not my passion this is my passion."

The former child and Broadway star then opened up about what it took for her to get to the stage of "The Voice," as the judges still remained astonished about her performance as well as who she was.

"I was going through a hard time in life and then I actually got sober almost eight years ago," she said. "I fell in love and I had children and that was my goal to just be a good mom and I really feel like the universe had a plan for me because you turned for me today."

The sneak peek of the show didn't reveal which coach she eventually chose.

Alisan actually revealed her struggle with alcohol in 2014 on her blog, Lil Mamas.

"Hi, I'm Ali, and I'm an alcoholic," she wrote. "Yup, bet you didn't see that one coming. Or, because you know that I'm a former child star, you totally did. Anyway, it's the truth. I've been sober since Oct 28th, 2007 and I haven't touched a drink or a drug since."

She goes on to say that she never really hit rock bottom, because she knew she needed help before it got to that point.

"I felt trapped, scared, and sad and I was ready to really go for broke or get better," she said. "So, I did what every good user does and I prayed to a god I had never believed in… and then called my mom. Days later I was off to treatment, just like that."

Alisan's coach choice will be revealed on the premiere of "The Voice" on Feb. 29.