The Voice's fifth-season coaches Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, and Cee Lo Green all owned up to making a big mistake this season when it comes to Cole Vosbury, whom his own coach Blake Shelton deemed "the frontrunner" and "the guy who could win this whole thing" during Monday night's live performance show.

Vosbury from Shreveport, LA, took the stage last night with a rendition of "Maggie May" by Rod Stewart. He was originally on Green's team but was stolen by Shelton during the season's "knockout" round after he lost his face-off. 

"I can't believe I just heard that you were a single chair turner!" Aguilera said, referencing the show's initial blind auditions phase. "It was [Cee Lo] and now you're on [Blake's] team! It gets crazy up in here. I can't believe that. I don't know where I was, but you were great and I'm a fan."

"Listen man, I still love you unconditionally, I do man. You were great, dude," Green insisted. "Just know that I support you. I support you unconditionally either way it goes. I would love to lose to you! Me and the rest of my team love and support you."

"Cole, I regretted not turning around for you ever since I didn't turn around for you, and I'm stupid. I'm a stupid person. I'm an idiot, and I tried to steal you when Cee Lo so foolishly let you go," Levine began.

"I did," Green admitted.

"Christina is the smartest because at least she hasn't messed it up yet. We've all messed it up in some way," Levine explained.

"Dude you're so good... You're just amazing and I wish there could be a new rule where I just take someone I wanted and put them on my team, because if there was I would do that. I wish there was a button. Show me a button and I'll press it for you again! I don't care how many times."

"You truly are that talented, man. And I feel like if I didn't have so much pride, I would feel guilty for having you on my team, because I feel like I've ended up with the guy who could win this whole thing," Shelton said.

"You've already shown yourself as the frontrunner... We're already hearing these little things you do that separate you from anybody else and I'm honored to be able to work with you man, truly."

Levine also admitted he had made another big mistake this season with contestant Nic Hawk from Davenport, IA and Dallas, TX. Shelton once again had stolen a prize artist, but this time, it was from Levine's team during the "battle" round.

Hawk performed "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke, which included singing and rapping.

Watching Hawk was "bittersweet," said Levine.
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"I know Blake loves when I feel like an idiot for letting someone go and I do feel like an idiot for letting you go. I shouldn't have done it. First of all, how could anyone watch Nic and not be entertained by what you do?... Really amazing job and you're just so fun to watch and I love seeing you here and I'm proud of you."

Tessanne Chin from Kingston, Jamaica was also another favorite of the night, as all the coaches were gushing about her. She sung "Many Rivers to Cross" by Jimmy Cliff and is on Levine's team.

"Your talent is just mind-boggling," Levine told her. "I don't even know where to start because I'm so dazzled by what just happened. In my opinion, vocally, it does not get better than what you just did."

"Gorgeous, soaring vocals. I've been a fan from Day 1," Aguilera added.

"They saved the best for last. You're one of my favorites, Tess, you make me feel things, mommy. Great job," Green said.