Shane Q, a 28-year-old from Sacramento, CA, sang "Tennessee Whiskey," and all four coaches turned their chairs around for him.
John complimented his high notes and runs, but Gwen pointed out she had turned her chair around before anyone else. She said he has the potential to win the show because his voice surprises people and will continue to.
Blake decided to read an article written about himself in which he had been called "the greatest of all time," bragging about his six The Voice titles.
Blake also read off his phone that he's had more runners-up and finalists combined than any other coach in the past 16 seasons. He's apparently brought "a staggering 24" artists to the finale.
"Do you want it to be about the coach or about you?" Kelly quipped.
"I love going in and out of genres... I would be good for you as a coach because I could give you any song and you'd nail it. You're going to be in the finale. I don't know who you're going to pick to go with, but you're going to be there."
With that being said, Shane Q picked Kelly as his coach.
Cory, a 24-year-old from Jonesboro, AR, belted out "Galveston," and Gwen, Kelly and Blake all turned their chairs.
Gwen was in shock Blake turned because the performance was "so theatrical." Gwen argued she could help him be really unique because she thought the country song was more of a crossover song.
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Cory revealed he'd like to be a country singer, and so she feared losing him to Blake. Kelly told Cory she had dabbled in classic music as well as country.
In the end, Cory selected Blake as his coach, and Blake wasn't surprised because he bragged about being the "senior" and "original" coach. Blake joked during the broadcast about how the other coaches should respect their elder.
Max, a 23-year-old from Toledo, OH, took the stage with "Wayfaring Stranger" a cappella, and his skill prompted both John and Kelly to turn around. However, John blocked Kelly from being able to snag this artist.
John said Max commanded the stage without any accompaniment and it was "a daring performance," and so Max became a member of "Team Legend."
Hello Sunday comprised of Myla Finks, a 14-year-old from Atlanta, GA, and Chelsea Glover, a 13-year-old from Atlanta, GA, performed "This Is Me" from The Greatest Showman.
Kelly was the only coach who pressed her button for the duo, but she called the girls "incredible." She said they have "so much potential to be something magical."
Royce, a 30-year-old from Tallahassee, FL, sang "911" and both Gwen and Blake wanted him on their teams.
"You're so stupid!" Gwen yelled at her boyfriend for pressing his button after her.
Gwen said she loved Royce and even danced to his music on the stage. Kelly admitted Gwen was the better and "perfect" coach for this artist, especially since there was a little rock and reggae in his sound.
Blake said he has a playlist with Bob Marley and Jimmy Buffett on it, but he knew he pretty much didn't stand a chance. Royce selected Gwen as his coach.
Elise, a 28-year-old from Atlanta, GA, performed "Million Reasons" for her audition, and towards the end of her rendition of the song, Gwen pressed her button.
Gwen said she and Elise were going to work on her confidence.
One artist unfortunately did not make a team during this episode, and she was Emily Bass, a 16-year-old from Magnolia, TX, who sang "Blank Space" for her audition.