The standout artist of the night was DeAndre Nico, a 22-year-old from Port Arthur, TX, who can play both the keyboard and drums. He performed "When I Was Your Man."
DeAndre was a four-chair turn, as all of the coaches were interested in having him on their teams. Adam heard "greatness" in his voice and was the first coach to press his button.
Kelly loved the "big, round, beautiful notes" he was hitting, and Jennifer said his voice soared and he has a very impressive range. Blake expressed how DeAndre has a lot of skill and he's "the winningness coach in The Voice history."
"I can take you all the way!" Adam argued, later adding that DeAndre is "a beast" and he's "so special."
DeAndre ultimately decided to become a member of Adam's team since he turned his chair around first and seemed excited about his talent.
Keith Paluso, a 30-year-old park ranger from Memphis, TN, belted out "Way Down We Go" for his audition.
Blake and Adam both turned around for him. However, Blake blocked Adam from being able to snag Keith for his team because he believed America would love the contestant's voice. Keith is therefore now a member of "Team Blake."
Claire DeJean, a 17-year-old from Dallas, TX, took the stage with "Hurt Somebody" and inspired both Kelly and Blake to turn their chairs.
Adam called himself "a dummy" for not fighting for her. Blake argued he's won the show six times and compared Claire to Taylor Swift, and then Kelly said she'd be "stoked" to work with her because there's no one like Claire on her team. Claire ultimately joined "Team Kelly."
Franc West, a 38-year-old from Atlanta, GA, performed "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay," and Jennifer chose him to be on her team. Jennifer loved the rasp in his voice and predicted the other coaches would regret not turning around for him.
FOLLOW REALITY TV WORLD ON THE ALL-NEW GOOGLE NEWS!
Reality TV World is now available on the all-new Google News app and website. Click here to visit our Google News page, and then click FOLLOW to add us as a news source!
And Michael Lee, a 30-year-old from Fort Worth, TX, belted out "The Thrill Is Gone" while playing his electric guitar. Michael peaked the interest of Adam, Jennifer And Blake. Kelly was really bummed out she didn't turn around, but Blake insisted the two of them together would be "a match made in heaven."
Adam said he's been the only coach to work with a bluesy, solo guitar player on the show, but Kelly argued Michael would stand out on Jennifer's team. In the end, Michael opted to become a member of Blake's team.
One artist unfortunately didn't make the cut during Tuesday night's show.
Ele Ivory, a 20-year-old from Nashville, TN, took the stage with "Jump" and played the piano simultaneously. She had a very cool, unique voice, but none of the coaches turned around for her. The coaches agreed Ele struggled with pitch but they were all very close to picking her.
The Voice's Blind Auditions will continue next week on Monday and Tuesday night on NBC.