The coaches were shocked to hear Myracle is 44 years old, and Blake said he was "completely wrapped up" in her performance. He said it almost sounded like she was going to "lose it" during the song, "which is a gift."
Blake admitted he'd love to sit in on her rehearsals just so he can listen to her sing over and over again.
After John pointed out Myracle was connected to the material and Kelly said Myracle's voice is "magical," Gwen said she totally got where Myracle was coming from. Gwen said most songs she had written were about pain and heartbreak before meeting Blake.
"It would actually be a miracle if she chose me," Blake joked.
Myracle decided to join "Team Gwen," whose team was almost full at this point in the Blinds.
Ricky, a 36-year-old from Nashville, TN, performed "The Story" and inspired three coaches to turn their chairs around -- Gwen, Blake and John.
John said his range was "so exciting" and he sounded like a Gospel singer because he could feel his spirit. John explained he'd help take Ricky on a ride and bring him to the finale.
Gwen could tell Ricky has a "theatrical side" and said she loves drama. Gwen said she only had one more spot on her team -- so it was a big deal she turned around for him -- and she thought they were meant to work together.
"I'm very picky and I picked you for the last spot on my team," Gwen noted.
Blake told Ricky he's tuned into the music scene in Nashville and he was impressed by his range.
With that being said, Ricky chose to join "Team Blake," and Blake was excited about his power.
Damali, a 16-year-old from Norwalk, CA, took the stage with "Ocean Eyes," and at the last second, Kelly pressed her button and snagged the artist for her team.
Gwen admitted she was "super mad" at herself for not turning around and "super jealous" of Kelly. She apparently just worried the artist lacked experience, but she could hear some Rihanna in her voice as well as some cool tones.
"If there's an opportunity to steal you, I will steal you," Gwen noted.
Kelly said she tricked the coaches and wanted to turn around for Damali sooner. Kelly thought her selections were very "tasteful" and she was very excited about her new artist.
Steve, a 37-year-old from San Francisco, CA, performed "Up to the Mountain" and also became a member of Kelly's team since she was the only person who pressed her button for him.
Kelly thought Steve's range is incredible and his falsetto is "sweet."
Destiny, a 23-year-old from Coral Springs, FL, serenaded the coaches with "To Make You Feel My Love," and both Gwen and John pressed their buttons.
Gwen tried to win Destiny over with her style. Gwen called Destiny's voice "gorgeous" and said she can teach her everything that she's learned in the music industry.
John appreciated how Destiny didn't "shoot for the moon" but rather stayed in a pocket. John noted the artist had invited them in with her voice and she had performed a very special rendition of the song.
Destiny selected John as her coach, and Gwen wasn't exactly surprised. John only needed two more singers on his team at this point in the season, and he thought his team would be "the team to beat."
One artist unfortunately didn't make a team -- Joe James, a 31-year-old from Austin, TX, who performed "It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over."
While all the coaches loved the song, no one turned around for him because they were being very picky at the time.