The Voice's fourteenth-season Blind Auditions wrapped with the coaches sending five more artists to the next round of competition during Tuesday night's one-hour broadcast on NBC.

The Voice's Blind Auditions came to a close, as coach Adam Levine filled the two remaining spots on his team and the other three coaches -- Alicia Keys, Kelly Clarkson, and Blake Shelton -- completed their teams with one new artist each.

Because the coaches were attempting to round out their teams for the season, they became very picky at the end, especially Kelly.

Genesis Diaz, a 19-year-old from Miami, FL, took the stage first with "Praying" by Kesha, and both Adam and Blake pressed their buttons and turned their chairs around for her.

Adam told Genesis that he was "the spark" and Blake just came "smoldering after" him. Blake, however, said it wouldn't be possible for him to be any happier if Genesis chose to join -- and ultimately complete -- his team.

But once Adam suggested he had a lot of ideas for performances Genesis could carry out on the show, the artist joined "Team Adam."

Sharane Calister, a 24-year-old from Des Moines, IA, then sang "Make It Rain" by Ed Sheeran.

Although Kelly was convinced she didn't have a shot to win Sharane from Alicia, she decided to turn her chair around anyway. Alicia and Kelly then faced off for Sharane, and Kelly admitted it would have been "disrespectful not to turn around for someone with that kind of talent."

Adam and Blake tried to sell Sharane on joining Kelly's team, but it was obvious she was a huge fan of Alicia. Alicia then said her vocals were "powerful" and sounded like "perfection," so Sharane opted to become a member of Alicia's team.

Next up was Dallas Caroline, a 17-year-old from Santa Rosa, CA, who performed a surprising and classic song choice -- "Always On My Mind" by Willie Nelson.

All four of the coaches would've turned around, but Alicia's team was full, so Adam, Kelly and Blake battled it out to win Dallas.

It was clear Dallas was nervous during her performance, but Adam pointed out the coaches could still see and understand her "core" as a singer.

Kelly expressed how Dallas had a "beautiful quality" to her voice, and although she may have been leaning towards Blake's team, Kelly reminded the artist that she sings country music as well.
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Blake then compared Dallas to LeAnn Rimes and Tanya Tucker, saying she could be the next hero in country music. With that being said, Dallas chose Blake over the other coaches.

Jackie Verna, a 22-year-old from West Chester, PA, then sang "Peter Pan."

Adam was the only coach who turned around for Jackie, and he couldn't believe Kelly didn't at least try for her. Adam insisted it was the best country singing he had heard on the show so far, and then the look on Kelly's face seemed to read regret and disappointment.

Adam admitted he had never been "so stunned and excited" for a one-chair turn in his life.

"She was a revelation to me. I've got my little pop, country superstar... She's amazing," Adam told the cameras afterward.

Kelly's decision not to press her button for Jackie left her as the only coach with an open spot on her team.

And that's when Amber Sauer, a 35-year-old from Paradise, CA, took the stage with a creative rendition of "Shape of You" by Ed Sheeran. Kelly was impressed with her range and soul, and she told the artist, "I would have fought like hell for you."

When "The Battle Round" begins next week on The Voice, viewers will see Hailee Steinfeld, Shawn Mendes, Julia Michaels, and Trace Adkins serve as team advisors.

Blake will work with Trace, Alicia will be teaming up with Shawn, Kelly's team will be mentored by Hailee, and Adam will have Julia working by his side.