Heading into the last night of "The Blind Auditions" round, Alicia needed two more artists to complete her team while Blake, Gwen and Adam each only needed one more.
Vanessa Ferguson, a 31-year-old singer from Greensboro, NC, first took the stage with "Don't Let Me Down," and every coach except for Adam turned his or her chair around. Adam admitted he was "a dummy" for not pressing his button, but Alicia snapped back that he's not a dummy -- he just doesn't have ears.
Blake was amazed at how long Vanessa could hold a note for and revealed his plan to "drop dynamite" into the holes of his fellow coaches' arguments. Alicia loved the artist's soul and wanted to discover more about her and learn about her story. And Gwen was in from the moment the song started because it was clear Vanessa boasted confidence onstage. In the end, Vanessa joined "Team Alicia."
Dawson Coyle, a 17-year-old from Williamstown, NJ, sang "Happiness" by Need to Breathe, and Blake turned his chair around.
Jozy Bernadette, a 25-year-old from Grand Forks, ND, performed "American Woman" and peaked the interest of Adam and Gwen. After an entertaining debate, Jozy picked Gwen "no doubt," she said.
Sheena Brook, a 33-year-old from Fort Myers Beach, FL, belted out "Baby Girl" by Sugarland, and Adam was the only person who turned around.
At this point in the night, Alicia was the only coach left with an open spot on her team. And lucky for her, her patience paid off because she managed to grab an incredible vocalist for her team whom the other coaches were definitely jealous over.
Chris Blue, a 26-year-old from Knoxville, TN, sang "The Tracks of My Tears" with impressive falsetto, perfectly-executed runs and other tricks. Adam was especially disappointed he missed out on Chris because he knew he'd have a lot to teach him since the artist has a high voice.
The Voice will air a special "Best of the Blind Auditions" episode on Wednesday, March 5 at 8PM ET/PT on NBC in which viewers will take a look back at some of the best auditions this season, watch unseen backstage footage and listen to a performance by all the coaches together.
During the Battles, the coaches pit two of their own team members against each other in a dueling duet. After the vocal face-off in front of a live audience, each coach must choose which artist from his or her team is the strongest and also has the option to steal losing artists from an opposing coach. Each coach is allowed two steals during this round, and the advancing artists will proceed to "The Knockout Round."
Below is a complete list of The Voice's twelfth-season Top 48 artists and the teams: