THE VOICE, Adam Levine, Shakira, Usher, Blake Shelton

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Sing it loud and sing it proud!

We're back with the second night of The Voice's sixth season and its time to get comfy on your couch because the coaches are already in their big red chairs. The blind auditions are always an exciting part of the Emmy award-winning series and tonight's episode definitely did not disappoint.

Fresh-faced mentors, Shakira and Usher really stepped up their persuasive game tonight, and were able to snag some incredibly talented singers away from mega-veteran coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.

Let's run through all of tonight's newest contestants who turned their chairs and made it onto The Voice… 

Second-time auditioner, Delvin Choice was the first to take the Voice stage tonight and wowed the coached with his rendition of "A Song For You." After successfully turning all four chairs, Delvin decided that Adam would be the best person to improve his already awesome skills.

Usher beat out Shakira to win Madilyn Paige, a Utah native who sang "Titanium," and Blake snagged a victory over Adam with Noah Lis and his performance of "Me and Mrs. Jones."

Shakira added young songstress, Deja Hall, after she wowed the audience with her soulful rendition of "True Colors." And ending the night with a four-chair-turn was Cary Lane's jaw-dropping performance of "Better Dig Two." So who snagged the blonde with the big voice? Welcome to team Adam, Cary!

Let's take a look at the coaches' standings after the first week of blind auditions in season six:

Team Adam: 4
Team Usher: 4
Team Shakira: 3
Team Blake: 2

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What did you think of tonight's blind auditions? Any early favorites? Sound off in the comments!

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