Andy Grammer's Wife Aijia Reacts to 'The Voice' Rejection

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Aijia Grammer attends Tracy Paul & Company presents Rebel Wilson For Torrid Launch at Milk Studios on Oct. 22, 2015 in Los Angeles, Calif.  

Singer-songwriter Aijia recently auditioned as a contestant on The Voice -- and she also happens to be the wife of Andy Grammer, who was side-stage as she performed A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera’s “Say Something” for her audition.  

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Aija took to Facebook to talk about her experience being rejected from the TV series. “I am person who lives life with their heart on their sleeve,” she wrote. “An opportunity to audition for The Voice came up and I thought, 'Why not?' I had always said that I would NEVER do one of these shows. But I’m a firm believer in saying 'Yes' when something rolls your way. If you say 'Yes,' something amazing could happen, but if you say 'No' you’ll never really know what could have been.”

She added, “Now I’m not going to sit here and tell you that my ego isn’t a bit bruised. Sure it is. But your ego is not a real thing. And isn’t that what life’s all about? Doing things that scare you? You progress when you allow yourself to be vulnerable and to be seen.”

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Read her full statement over at her Facebook page

Watch Aijia’s The Voice audition below.