You mean...blind auditions aren't over?! Nope.

Remember, the coaches are super picky this time around, so we're on to part five of seeing singing hopefuls wow their way onto a team.

But Blake Shelton, CeeLo Green, Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine each only have a few spots to fill (and they must be filled tonight), so who was lucky enough to snatch 'em?

Well, the first contestant seemed to impress everyone.

You would think with only two (or three, in Cee Lo's case) spots left, the coaches would wait and see what potentials come on stage. But the first one up, 25-year-old Whitney Myer, made such an impact with her rendition of Alicia Keys' "No One" that every single coach turned around! Already!

After the usual back-and-forth, Myer chose Adam because she felt he was the most genuine of the coaches, leaving Levine with only one spot left.

A couple of guys named The Shield Brothers, "really wanna punch America in the face with rock 'n' roll." So these two farmers from Virginia tore the house down with "Dancing With Myself" and landed on Cee Lo's team, leaving him with two spots left.

Hawaiian native Cheesa should be super grateful for Adam, no he didn't choose her, but Levine did convince Cee Lo to press his button when he thought he had run out of time. At the last minute, the "If I Were a Boy" singer got a chance to be on The Voice. One more to go for Green.

Jazz singer Lex Land (cool name, right?) instantly attracted both Adam and Cee Lo, who only had one more spot left, with her performance of "I Can't Make You Love Me." What an honor! But then Shelton pressed his button, and that seemed to be where Lex wanted to go. Now he joins the other guys with only one more position open.

Cameron Novack aka Novacaine aka "The Jack of all Genres," the man who said he'd be "surprised" if no one turned around, was, well...surprised. After belting out "You Oughta Know" by Alanis Morrisette with an impromptu beat-box, he sadly realized that no one pressed their button. But every coach was flabbergasted to see that there was a man behind that mic. And Novack expressed how not being chosen didn't faze spitting a freestyle.

Former reckless partier Orlando Napier found peace when he found the piano. And within nanoseconds of singing "Waiting on the World to Change," Levine chose him to be on his team, landing him a spot on The Voice and closing out Adam's group.

When it comes to baking hearty bread, Lee Koch is your man. However, Lee doesn't just want to be a baker, he wants to be a musician. And when we witnessed him perform "Like a Rolling Stone" with guitar and harmonica at hand, we thought he was an obvious pick for Blake. To our astonishment, Christina pressed her button. Hey, that works, too! That left Xtina's team with only one open spot.

Soul singer Wade did a very interesting rendition of Amy Winehouse's "Rehab," which caught the ear of Green. So, as expected, he turned around and closed out his team of twelve by picking him.

That meant Blake and Christina were the final coaches still looking for one more member on their team.

So when country crooner Adley Stump got on stage and took charge of "Last Name," we thought Shelton's team was now done. Then we realized that she was almost done singing and no one had pressed a button! The very last second, both Blake and Christina turned around. And our gut was right, Adley went with Blake.

(LOL moment: Levine and Shelton indulged in their bromance by saying "I love you" to each other. Adam reassured it was in a "non-sexual way." Blake explained he couldn't say the same. We thorougly enjoyed it).

Who will Christina pick as the final addition to her team and the marker of blind audition's end?

It was like a match made in heaven.

We were waiting to see who Christina would choose, meanwhile, Sera Hill was hoping that Xtina, her inspiration, would turn around. Once Hill hit the note Aguilera was waiting for on "I'm Going Down," the button was pressed and as if that wasn't enough, Xtina was so excited by Sera's performance, that she grabbed a mic and the two of them sang the chorus together on stage.

Now that blind auditions are over, who do you think will start dominating in the battles? Sound off in the comments!

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