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The Voice - Season 10

The Voice (NBC) Full Episode & Recap - "The Blind Auditions, Part 4"

"The Blind Auditions, Part 4"

The coaches go toe-to-toe to secure the best singers for their teams on the fourth night of blind auditions.

On the fourth night of blind auditions, Coaches Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams each have only a few spots left on their teams - and only the best of the best will make the cut. Carson Daly introduces the next round of talented hopefuls who are sure to sing their hearts out.

Tamar Davis, whose musical accomplishments include singing with Prince and the girl group that eventually became Destiny's Child, turns Blake's and Christina's chairs with her rendition of "Chain of Fools." She chooses Christina.

Twenty-one-year-old Jessica Crosbie, who grew up in the U.K., impresses Adam, Pharrell and Christina with her unique cover of "Viva La Vida," and she goes with Team Pharrell.

Country crooner Justin Whisnant wows Adam and Blake with his performance of "Ain't Worth the Whiskey"; somewhat unsurprisingly, he joins Team Blake.

Next, Jackie Lipson suffers some pitchy moments in her blind audition of "Ex's & Oh's." Pharrell nearly presses his button, but ultimately holds back - the coaches recommend trying a different song next time.

Opera-trained vocalist Daniel Passino gets Blake and Christina to turn their chairs with his version of the pop hit "Marvin Gaye," and he lands a spot on Team Christina.

Then we meet folk singer Owen Danoff, whose father was in the 1970s Grammy Award-winning Starland Vocal Band. Owen turns all four chairs with his heartfelt rendition of "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right." Ultimately, he picks Adam, who has a similar musical background.

Thirty-one-year-old postal worker Maya Smith seals the deal with a pitch-perfect performance of "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man" and begins what will hopefully be a successful collaboration with Pharrell.

Nashville rocker Nolan Neal shows undeniable ability with his rendition of "Drive," but Adam advises him to come back with a song that better suits his voice.

Next up is cheerleading coach Brittney Lawrence, who has tried out for the show seven times - but this is her first blind audition in front of the coaches. She performs "Warrior" and turns Christina's chair, but Blake swoops in at the last moment with a button push and gets Brittney's vote.

A succession of talented vocalists earn places in the competition: Teresa Guidry's "Girl Crush" lands her on Team Blake, Chelsea Gann sings "Wild Angels" and her vocals impress Christina, and Lily Green's "Songbird" cover earns her a button push from Adam.

Then we meet Matt Tedder, a blues singer and slide guitarist whose version of "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man" quickly garners Adam's attention. Adam has no other coaches to compete with and adds Matt to his team.

Finally, the last performance of the night comes from Joe Maye, who sings "I Put a Spell on You" and turns both Christina's and Blake's chairs. After getting the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to duet with Christina on the song, he picks her as his coach.

That wraps up another outstanding night of show-stopping and chair-turning auditions.

The Voice - Season 10

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