Stout's audition was held in one of eight rooms. Only 10 people auditioned at a time. These auditions took place in front of the producers of the show instead of the four celebrity judges.
"We came into the room where we then sat down and waited for our names to be called." Stout said. "Then, we had only 30 seconds to give it our all."
Unfortunately for Stout and all of the other contestants, nobody who auditioned that day proceeded to the next round.
"Some people were upset, but for me, it was the best experience ever," said Stout.
Even though this opportunity has been Stout's biggest, "The Voice" hasn't been the only competition in which she has participated.
Stout also won second place at the Braxton County Fair and Festival's Karaoke Contest July 31. In addition, two years ago, she earned first place in the Texaco Country Showdown in Braxton County.
Even though Stout's dream didn't quite come true, she enjoyed the experience. She stresses that teens should never give up their dreams.
"If anybody would want to get on a stage and perform, just stick with it," she said. "Even if you don't win the competition you're in, don't give up, and always have fun with whatever you do."