The singers who were shown making a team and advancing to the Battle Round were Domenic Haynes, an 18-year-old from Tampa, FL; Savannah Brister, a 17-year-old from Memphis, TN; The Bundys, a trio of performers; Hannah Kay, an 18-year-old from Magnolia, TX; and Julian King, a 25-year-old from Philadelphia, PA.
After hearing what the coaches had to say, Domenic decided to join Adam's team after the coach gushed about having felt the vocals in his bones. Adam called him "an uncut diamond."
John joked about how he's the most-blocked coach in history and he looks forward to crushing another coach's dreams this season on the show.
Savannah Brister then sang a stripped-down version of "Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing," and it only took one line to convince John to turn around.
Kelly soon followed and turned her chair. Kelly said her runs were incredible and she's so talented.
"I would love to see you conquer this competition," Kelly noted.
John said he felt the energy and figured he would love the entire performance -- and he didn't let her down. John appreciated her daring musical choices and insisted she had executed them with "perfection."
Savannah chose to join John's team, and he was very excited to finally be "unblocked."
The Bundys, a trio of performers, then belted out "Closer To Fine," and Kelly and Blake both pressed their buttons.
This marked the first time a trio had ever auditioned for The Voice.
John said Julian's voice was so clear and powerful. He could envision him becoming an artist like Usher.
One artist, however, unfortunately didn't make the cut.
Klea Olson, a 20-year-old from Layton, UT, took the stage with "No Roots" and none of the coaches expressed interest. But Klea will enter "The Comeback Competition" behind the scenes of The Voice this season.