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'The Voice': Night two of the blind auditions

By Chelsea Lewis ,

The Voice is back for another night of blind auditions. Last night started out strong with amazing blind auditions and the coaches seem closer and more competitive since the past few seasons. Tonight kicked off with Shakira, Usher, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine wanting to fill more spots on their teams. With the talent only getting better, each button push is important.

Delvin Choice is returning for another chance at the Voice and kicked off the second night of the blind auditions. Choice sang, “A Song For You,” for his audition. Within the first few moments of the audition Shakira, Shelton and Levine all turned around. In the last few moments, Usher turned his chair around, making Choice a four-chair come back star. Levine added that he has become ten times better since his last audition back in season five. The battle was heated up with Levine doing an impression of Shakira and Usher joining in on the mix. In the end, Choice decided to join Team Adam.

Following Choice was Madilyn Page, who chose to sing, “Titanium.” Usher was the first coach to turn his chair around for Page. Shakira followed closely behind Usher, hitting her button. Usher said that the song choice really showed a softer side to Page; Shakira added that her voice was beautiful and powerful at the same time. Following the deliberation, Page joined Team Usher.

Noah Lis took the stage next performing the classic, “Me and Mrs. Jones.” At the very end of the performance both Levine and Shelton turned their chairs around. Following many compliments and much advice, Lis decided to become a member of Team Blake.

Next up to the Voice stage was Keith Shuskie. Shuskie sang, “Somewhere Only We Know.” Even with a passionate performance, none of the coaches turned around.

Deja Hall took the stage following Shuskie. Hall took on “True Colors.” Shelton turned his chair around first and right behind him was Usher. In the end after both coaches went back and forth about why Hall should join their teams, she decided to join Team Shakira.

The next vocalist up to the Voice stage was Cary Laine. She performed “Better Dig Two.” Levine was the first coach to turn his chair around for the country superstar. The other three coaches closely followed and Levine even offered her a spot on his own coaching seat. This became a musical chairs game as Laine tried to decide which team she wanted to join. In the end, Laine decided to join Team Adam.

The blind auditions will continue next week on NBC.

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