The Voice judges are halfway to finalizing their 12-person teams, and tonight the blind auditions continued.
More talented singers were scooped up this week, leaving just a few slots on Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Cee Lo's squads, as performers brought it in performances that ranged from renditions of everyone from Queen to Bruno Mars.
So, what went down?
Blake added street performer Naia Kate after she did Mars' "The Lazy Song," ALyX, who belted out "Just Like A Pill," country singer Jordan Rager and the kooky Charlotte Sometimes on his team. Charlotte revealed she recovered from a jaw disease, which caused her to not be able to sing for a while.
Meanwhile, Christina snapped up "Mr. Know it All"-belting Monique Benabou, "What's Going On" crooning Anthony Evans, "Shark in the Water" singing Ashley De La Rosa and Jonathas, who Cee-Lo said he mistook for Usher when he sang "U Got it Bad" (and threw in some dance moves while he was at it).
Adam added three peeps to his team, going with country music piano singer, Nicolle Galyon, another country artist named Karla Davis and 18-year-old Mathai, who brought down the house with Adele's "Rumor Has It."
And on Cee-Lo's team: Broadway vet Tony Vincent was added to the mix, along with "Babylon" singing Justin Hopkins (a former member of host Carson Daly's house band) and sandwich-making, "Folsom Prison Blues"-crooning Jamie Lono.
"We should hook up, because I eat sandwiches," Cee Lo told the Potbelly sandwich shop employee.
With tonight's picks, Adam has two more slots left, Cee Lo has three, Blake has two and Christina has two as well.
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