When 'The Voice' runner up Dia Frampton performed 'The House That Built Me' with Miranda Lambert, who happened to be her coach Blake Shelton's wife, it was a stunning duet on the season finale. Now, Country Aircheck is reporting that there will likely be a reprise made by this duo.

"Once Dia figures out what her plan is, you’ll probably see her and Miranda write together," Shelton revealed. So even though Frampton, who shook the rafters with her reimagining of Kanye West's 'Heartless,' did not have 'The Voice' crown placed atop her head, her future is still limitless. Shelton even said that his wife was rooting for Frampton just as hard as he was.

We all know how seriously Shelton took his role as coach, taking the adorably shy Frampton -- who was in the group Meg + Dia with her sister and was signed to Warner Bros. prior to 'The Voice' -- under his wing like family. "I was so happy for her because I got so emotionally invested in Dia. I had never wanted to see something happen so bad for somebody who wasn't family," Shelton said. By the end of the season, Frampton was family.

Even when Frampton and Lambert performed together, Shelton wasn't so much concerned with his already successful wife, but of his charge. "I was mostly thinking about Dia," Shelton said. "No more than two months ago she was about to give up on her dream of music and had moved back home with her mom and sisters in Utah."

With a possible collaboration with a hitmaker like Lambert in her future, Frampton will not be headed back to Utah or giving up on music. Not with the Shelton-Lambert tandem in her corner.

Watch Dia Frampton and Miranda Lambert Perform 'The House That Built Me'