On part four of The Voice blind auditions, each of the judges added two members to their team. Find out which judges got which contestants.
On part four of The Voice blind auditions, each of the judges added two members to their teams.
The first contestant of the evening was 20-year-old Audrey Karnish, whose mom was so excited to be there, she said she "could pee."
Audrey managed to get judges Blake Shelton and Usher excited about her as well, when she sang her rendition of "Price Tag."
She also showed she has a feisty side when Adam Levine said "I already know what Blake's gonna say," and she responded to Adam with "you didn't even turn around, why do you care?"
In the end, it didn't even matter what Blake said because Audrey had already made up her mind to join team Usher.
The next contestant, Brandon Roush, sang "With a Little Help from My Friends" and since Shakira was the only judge to turn, he didn't have to make any decisions.
Fortunately for Brandon, though, he was thrilled to join team Shakira and said there was no place else he'd rather be, so it all worked out for the best.
Next up was Betsy Barta, a street musician from Minnesota.
While Betsy did an impressive cover of Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain," the judges all felt like maybe she had bitten off a little more than she could chew by selecting an Adele song and none of them turned for her.
Patrick Dodd was the next contestant to take the stage and his raspy rendition of "Walking in Memphis" definitely impressed Shakira and Adam.
Adam admitted that he was jealous that Patrick could achieve such a cool sound, saying that he sounds "like a girl" when he sings.
Although Shakira fought hard for Patrick, telling him she knew he might doubt her, but he should "never underestimate a five-foot-three Columbian girl," he still decided to join team Adam.
The next contestant was Orlando Dixon, who sang "So Sick."
While Usher was the only judge who turned for Orlando, that was all he really wanted or needed.
Off-stage, his family was going crazy when Usher pushed his button and while Orlando probably was, too, he managed to keep his cool and finish his song.
Afterwards, he told Usher that he was his idol and that he was absolutely elated to be joining his team.
The final contestant of the evening was 17-year-old Savannah Berry from Texas.
Having already done a duet with Sugarland, Savannah came on the stage confident in her abilities.
Adam, Shakira and Blake all turned for the young country singer, but in the end, she decided her best bet was to join team Blake.
Which performance was your favorite from part four of the blind auditions?
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