The Voice advanced nine artists -- including Celia Babini, Rod Stokes, and former The Voice finalist Red Marlow's nephew Jackson Marlow -- as Blind Auditions came to a close during Monday night's two-hour Season 16 episode on NBC.

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The Voice wrapped its sixteenth-season Blind Auditions on Monday night with Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and new coach John Legend selecting the final artists for their teams.

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The singers who were shown making a team and advancing to the Battle Round were Celia Babini, Cecily Hennigan, Kalvin Jarvis, David Owens, Presley Tennant, Rod Stokes, Andrew Jannakos, Kayslin Victoria, and Jackson Marlow.

Celia Babini, a 17-year-old from New York, NY, sang "IDontWannaBeYouAnymore" by Billie Eilish.

Within seconds, Kelly, Blake and Adam all turned their chairs around. John soon followed and Celia became a four-chair turn.

The coaches gave Celia a standing ovation following her Blind Audition, and then they fought hard for her.

John complimented her power, range and storytelling. John could hear some Adele, Fiona Apple and Florence and the Machine influence in her voice but was impressed she still sounding like herself.

Blake said her performance was "captivating," and although he's not an expert in her area of music, he said he had to press his button because she's a potential "champ" of the competition.

"It is my dream for you to win The Voice. It's just time for somebody to be a different type of winner for this show," Adam told her, adding that there's an "intensity" and "raw power" in her voice.

"You are the future as far as I am concerned."

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Blake insisted his cat died that day and it would really brighten his day if Celia joined his team.

Celia ended up picking Adam as her coach, and Kelly was especially disappointed. He called her "a unicorn," saying she has an incredible sense of style in her singing and the show needs her.

Cecily Hennigan, a 16-year-old from Conway, SC, took the stage with "Foolish Games" by Jewel, and Blake snagged her for his team.

Blake couldn't believe no one else turned around, saying, "What the hell just happened?!"

Adam admitted he was ashamed he didn't turn around, and John pointed out her instrument has developed many years beyond her age.

Blake was excited to find out what Celia is capable of vocally because he believes she can "blow the roof off the place."

Kalvin Jarvis, a 29-year-old from Tucson, AZ, performed "A Good Night" by John Legend for his Blind Audition.

Adam and Kelly both expressed interest in the artist. Kelly said his vocals flowed and were smooth and sexy.

John thought Kalvin did "a fantastic job" with his song, but the coach admitted he can be too picky when it comes to contestants performing his own tunes.

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Adam insisted he was "the second best coach" for Kalvin behind John, and so the artist chose to join "Team Adam."

David Owens, a 24-year-old from Indianapolis, IN, performed "I Can't Make You Love Me" by Bonnie Raitt.

Kelly turned her chair for the artist and was shocked she was the only one.

John called David "an excellent singer," and Kelly said the other coaches are "nuts."

Kelly noted the singer's soulful rendition of Bonnie will make him stand out in this competition and he has a roundness to his voice that can't be taught.

Presley Tennant, a 16-year-old from Norco, CA, sang "Stone Cold" by Demi Lovato.

Kelly pressed her button for Presley because of her "big old range." Kelly was taken aback that Presley wasn't a four-chair turn.

Rod Stokes, a 34-year-old from Grand Bay, AL, belted out "To Love Somebody" by The Bee Gees for the coaches.

All of the men wanted Rod for their team -- Adam, Blake and John.

John said he sounded incredible and he loved the gravel in his voice as well as the clarity with which he hit the high notes.

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"Rod, I gotta tell you. I don't know what took these guys so long because it was just so special and jumped out at you right away... The effortlessness and soulfulness, I was blown away," Adam said.

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Blake called Rod's voice "shocking" because it has "personality" and "depth."

Rod thought it would be an honor to complete Blake's team, so he joined "Team Blake."

Andrew Jannakos, a 25-year-old from Flowery Branch, GA, performed "Beautiful Crazy" and both Adam and Kelly turned around for him.

Since Blake's team was full, Kelly and Adam were both thrilled to potentially have the opportunity to have a male county artist on their teams.

Adam argued Kelly has country singers on her team and so he would stand out on his team.

Adam told Andrew to perform the music that's right for him and he would "drive the car" on his team.

Blake rooted for Kelly saying she's found a lot of success in country music, but he shocked everyone by going with Adam as his coach.

Kayslin Victoria, a 16-year-old from Clermont, FL, performed "Feel It Still" by Portugal. The Man for the coaches.

John and Kelly both wanted Kayslin on their teams, and Adam admitted he would have pressed his button had his team not been full.

Kelly was impressed by Kayslin's confidence and John said he'd be so thrilled to have her be a member of his team.

"I'm totally putting my pride out there. I think you're so awesome and I want you on my team," Kelly said.

But John told Kayslin they could win this competition together, and so she picked him.

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Kelly ended up being the only coach with one spot left on her team, and she was desperate to grab a male country vocalist.

After Kelly let several artists go because they just didn't have what she was looking for, Jackson Marlow, an 18-year-old from Rogersville, AL, then stepped onstage.

Jackson -- who is the nephew of former The Voice finalist Red Marlow, who finished in fourth place on Season  13 -- sang "Troubadour" by George Strait.

Kelly decided to fill her team with Jackson and was thrilled. She said Jackson was well worth the wait.

Several artists didn't make the cut on The Voice's Monday night broadcast but will join the "Comeback Competition" on the side.

Maddi Fraser, a 24-year-old from La Canada Flintridge, CA, sang "Get It While You Can" by Janis Joplin.

Calista Garcia, a 17-year-old from Arlington, VA, sang "Wishing Well" by Terence Trent Darby for her audition, but no one unfortunately turned around for her.

Ava August, a 13-year-old from Laguna Niguel, CA, was the youngest person to ever audition for The Voice in all of its seasons.

Ava sang "House of the Rising Sun," but none of the coaches turned around for her. Once the coaches found out she was so young, they were so mad.

And Madelyn Grant performed "Use Me," but none of the coaches pressed their buttons.

The Voice's Battle Round begins next week and will feature the following famous faces as team mentors: Charlie Puth, Kelsea Ballerini, Khalid, and Brooks & Dunn.