Season 14 of “The Voice” continued on Feb. 27 with a second episode devoted to the blind auditions. Only five of the nine performers made it through to the next round. Which one of these would-be winners stood out for you? Or did you like one of the four contestants who did not get through this round?
Read our recap of each of their performances and then cast your ballot in our poll. And be sure to make your voice heard in our comments section by sounding off on these contestants and the four coaches: veterans Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, third-timer Alicia Keys and newcomer Kelly Clarkson.
Davison: “To Love Somebody”
This 23-year-old from Little Rock, AK sang the Bee Gees classic “To Love Somebody.” Longtime rivals Levine and Shelton both wanted this talent with the former, who has mentored three winners to date, prevailing.
Jaclyn Lovey: “Can’t Help Falling in Love”
This 16-year-old from Placerville, CA sang the Elvis Presley standard “Can’t Help Falling in Love.” Shelton, who has coached six winners to date, wanted this teen talent but she went with Keys.
Sophia Dion: “What a Man”
This 17-year-old from Park City, UT sang the Salt-N-Pepa remix of “What a Man.” None of the four coaches thought enough of her voice to hit their buttons.
Brittney Spencer: “Road Less Traveled”
This 26-year-old from North Ridgeville, OH sang the Lauren Alaina breakout tune “Road Less Traveled.” She was the second act in a row who failed to inspire any of the four coaches to turn for her.
Karianne Jean: “Blue Ain’t Your Color”
This 15-year old from Palmdale, CA warbled the Keith Urban hit “Blue Ain’t Your Color” and she was certainly blue after none of the four coaches turned.
Wildee Fusaro: “Legends”
This 23-year old from Westerly, RI did not inspire any of the four coaches to take a chance with a rendition of Kelsea Ballerini‘s “Legends.”
Molly Stevens: “Heavenly Day”
This 34-year old from Raleigh, NC eventually got Clarkson and Shelton to turn for her version of the Patty Griffin tune “Heavenly Day.” In the end, she chose to be mentored by Clarkson.
Dylan Hartigan: “Danny’s Song”
This 21-year old from Wyckoff, NJ inspired only Clarkson and Shelton to turn for his rendition of the Kenny Loggins chestnut “Danny’s Song.”
Pryor Baird: “I Don’t Need No Doctor”
This 35-year old from Orcutt, CA earned the only four-chair turn of the night with his version of the R&B classic “I Don’t Need No Doctor.” She surprised everyone, herself included, when she decided to take a chance with Shelton.