"You are beyond great. You are gifted. It's not a talent; it's a gift... and I'm jealous of Adam," Jennifer admitted. "You can't let talent like this slip through the cracks."
Adam said Addison "subdued" the audience because she moved and inspired them all, noting that her performance was "the full recognition of what her talent is."
"I think this is potentially the winner of this show, but more importantly, I think it's one of my favorite voices I've heard in a long time," Adam explained.
Jennifer's team member Shi'Ann Jones, a 15-year-old from Paducah, KY, was up next. She sang "Listen" by Beyonce, and again, all four coaches were on their feet.
Miley called Shi'Ann "a total princess," saying that she had a beautiful performance.
"You show us every part of you, which makes us so emotional," Miley confessed.
Jennifer then told her team member that while she's so young, she's an "old soul" because she knows how to tell a story and make that story relatable for listeners.
"Little girl, you almost had me running through this entire room to holla... You need to stay in this competition," Jennifer gushed.
Blake's team member Chloe Kohanski, a 23-year-old singer from Mt. Juliet, TN, also did an amazing job. She took the stage with "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler, and all four coaches gave her a standing ovation.
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Miley, her former coach, said she's so proud of Chloe week after week for how she represents all the free spirits out there and she "destroyed" the song.
"I know everyone has different opinions about who's the frontrunner in this competition, but I just want to say that, ladies and gentlemen, Chloe just set the bar up [very high]. The bar is up there, and you can't reach it! It's took high," Blake yelled.
The Voice competition is fierce, as the rest of the Season 13 artists also had impressive performances.
For "Team Jennifer," Davon Fleming, a 25-year-old worship leader from Baltimore, MD, sang "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston. Davon is one of Blake's favorite artists in the competition, and the coach admitted he's "a huge thorn" in his side since Davon is on someone else's team.
"You're going to be hearing me brag about you for a few weeks now, because you're not going anywhere," Blake told Davon.
"I am just blown away by you," Jennifer noted.
Jennifer said it's amazing Davon can sing powerful female songs, and Adam made it a point to say a man having that type of range is "a miracle" because it's nearly impossible.
"I want to watch you sing your way to the top," Jennifer added.
On behalf of Miley's team, Janice Freeman, a 32-year-old single mom and cervical-cancer survivor from Compton, CA, performed "Shine" by Collective Soul. Miley was so excited after the performance that she ran up to Adam and shook his shoulders. Adam admitted he never really liked that song until Janice sang it, which was a huge compliment.
"You are truly amazing," Adam told Janice.
"I'm going to start crying," Miley confessed, adding that Janice has "super strength" and is "everything" she ever could have imagined having on her team.
Red Marlow, a 40-year-old construction company owner from Rogersville, AL who currently resides in Dickson, TN, sang "The Dance" by Garth Brooks for "Team Blake."
Jennifer said it was so "powerful" how he "silenced the crowd" and "commanded the room." And Blake told his artist that he had the crowd captivated because he's a great storyteller and sings with "pure, simple honesty," which is something that cannot be faked.
For "Team Adam," Adam Cunningham, a 38-year-old from Nashville, TN, performed "American Girl" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
Blake said he was surprised to see Cunningham in the bottom two last week and would be "shocked" if the artist ended up in that same spot again.
Blake believed Cunningham delivered a vocal that shows he deserves to be in this competition "until the end," and Adam agreed it was "a big moment" for his artist and it was "crazy" that he was almost eliminated last week.
On Miley's team, Brooke Simpson, a 26-year-old singer from the Haliwa-Saponi tribe in Hollister, NC who currently resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL, took the stage with "What About Us" by Pink.
Adam noted that he loved Brooke from the very beginning of this competition and enjoys observing how she connects to music and a lyric. Miley said everyone must vote for Brooke and look forward to her record because she has "an amazing way to interpret pop music." Miley added that Brooke made the song her own and executed it perfectly.
Also for "Team Miley," Ashland Craft, a 21-year-old from Piedmont SC, performed "Chicken Fried" by Zac Brown Band. Adam gave her an "A+" for the performance, saying she didn't make any mistakes and was "so great."
"I think you belong and will continue to belong in this competition all the way to the end," Adam said.
Keisha Renee, a 30-year-old backup singer for Nicki Minaj from Las Vegas, NV, sang "It Matters to Me" by Faith Hill on behalf of Blake's team. Miley predicted Keisha will find herself "high up on the charts" this week, and Keisha made the coach fall in love with the song all over again.
"Keisha, I love you," Blake subsequently gushed. "That's it, period."
And Noah Mac, a 17-year-old from Dublin, CA, performed "Electric Love" by BORNS, representing "Team Jennifer." Adam told Noah that he's "dreamy," awesome and "modern," and that the artist did everything right.
Jennifer then let out a scream in order to show what type of effect Noah has on the ladies. She also told her team member that his performance was "electric."
"You showed the star you are that I know will be at the top of the charts... and you are already there," Jennifer acknowledged.