Season nine of NBC’s The Voice continued on Tuesday with fourteen more blind auditions for the 40 remaining spots in the Top 48. If you missed any of Tuesday’s second blind auditions episode, here’s who impressed coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams – plus the facts about the night’s performances.
Adam and Pharrell currently have four artists on their teams, Blake has five and Gwen is in the lead with six out of an available 12 spots. Below are the singers who made it through on Tuesday, with the results of their auditions in parentheses. If you missed anything, click the links to watch the video:
3. Regina Love, “Rock Steady” (turned 2 chairs, Adam & Blake)
4. James Dupre, “Let Her Cry” (turned 4 chairs)
3. Blind Joe, “If It Hadn’t Been For Love” (turned 4 chairs)
4. Zach Seabaugh, “Take Your Time” (turned 3 chairs, Adam, Pharrell & Blake)
5. Emily Ann Roberts, “I Hope You Dance” (turned 2 chairs, Adam & Blake)
3. Ellie Lawrence, “We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off” (turned 3 chairs, Adam, Gwen & Pharrell)
4. Noah Jackson, “Elastic Heart” (turned 1 chair)
5. Tim Atlas, “Give Me Love” (turned 1 chair)
6. Hanna Ashbrook, “Closer” (turned 1 chair)
3. Ivonne Acero, “Style” (turned 2 chairs, Gwen & Pharrell)
4. Evan McKeel, “Typical” (turned 4 chairs)
Here’s how Tuesday’s auditions shook out by the numbers:
By The Numbers:
There were three more four-chair auditions aired on Tuesday – the exact same number as shown during Monday’s season premiere. Amusingly, they all happened in the same order: the first audition, the sixth audition, and the last audition.
14 artists auditioned on Tuesday night; three of them were from Georgia (Regina Love, Zach Seabaugh and Ellie Lawrence) and two from Illinois. Had she made it on the show, Natalie Yacovazzi would have been the third season nine singer hailing from Chicago.
Ivonne Acero added her name to the list of artists who failed to make one Voice season and returned for another. The most successful returning artist remains Team Blake’s Jake Worthington, who was the runner-up to Josh Kaufman in season six.
Adam, Blake and Pharrell all turned for the same number of singers on Tuesday: 6/14. Gwen was out in front on that count, expressing her interest in 8/14 performers, including the three artists who were montaged.
The Voice continues Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.