The standout vocalist of the night was Funsho, a 28-year-old from Lagos, Nigeria, who moved to America at age seven. He performed "Finesse" and prompted Adam, Kelly, Jennifer to turn around.
Adam called Blake "an idiot" for not turning around, especially since Funsho belted out a song by Bruno Mars, which is a difficult task vocally. Adam said he "has it all" and is a "complete" vocalist.
Kelly admired how Funsho made such a popular song his own, and Jennifer was impressed his voice never got lost in the music of an uptempo song. Jennifer explained she could hear every note.
"I think you're one of the best vocalists we've heard in the Blind Auditions, no doubt," Adam gushed.
After the three coaches fought for Funsho, he ultimately selected Adam as his coach.
Caeland Garner, a 31-year-old from Coleridge, NC, who performs background vocals for former The Voice contestant Red Marlow took the stage with "Dancing In the Moonlight," and both Blake and Jennifer turned their chairs around for him.
Blake said he wanted to buy Caeland's version of that song for his playlist and his voice is so cool and "unique." Blake was "mesmerized" by his sound and the way he works runs into the song.
After Blake noted he'd be "honored" to work as his coach, Jennifer said she's a fan of his voice as well because it's a beautiful instrument.
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Caeland ended up choosing Blake as his coach.
Lela, a 15-year-old from Miami, FL, sang "Havana" for her Blind Audition, and both Kelly and Jennifer pressed their buttons for the young artist.
Kelly loved how Lela sang in Spanish and said it was "so cool," admitting that she'd push her to sing in both languages on the show.
Jennifer also appreciated the artist's talent, saying the world and radio needs more artists like her. With that being said, Lela opted to join "Team Jennifer."
Cody Ray Raymond, a 26-year-old from Seattle, WA, who served in the Air Force, performed "Born Under A Bad Sign," and both Kelly and Jennifer wanted him on their teams.
Kelly said Cody's music sounds "effortless" and she'd love to challenge him, but Jennifer said what makes him great is that he can tell a story through song and has a melody in his voice. Cody decided to join "Team Kelly" and add some versatility to her group of artists.
Adam admitted he regretted not turning around for an artist like Cody, who found inspiration in the same bands such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam and more.
Jake Wells, a 23-year-old from Kansas City, MO, sang "When the Stars Go Blue" for his audition, and at the last second, Adam pressed his button.
Adam said he turned around for one reason, and that was "raw talent" and the fact he deserves to be on the show this season.
Abby Cates, a 17-year-old from Cincinnati, OH, took the stage with a performance of "Scars To Your Beautiful," and Kelly turned her chair after the first line of the song.
Kelly yelled the other coaches were "crazy" for not expressing interest. Kelly was blown away by her tone and range.
Unfortunately, one singer did not make the cut on Tuesday night.
Madison Cain, a 24-year-old from Sonoma, CA, and the daughter of Jonathan Cain -- who is the band Journey's keyboardist and wrote the song "Don't Stop Believing" -- performed "You Oughta Know" and none of the coaches turned around.