Season 14 of “The Voice” continued on March 12 with a fifth episode devoted to the blind auditions. Ten of the 14 performers made it through to the next round. Which one of these would-be winners stood out for you?
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.
Stephanie Skipper: “Piece by Piece”
This 33-year-old from Nashville, Tennessee sang Clarkson’s hit “Piece by Piece.” Levine convinced this artist to join his team rather that of Shelton.
Tish Haynes Keys: “Chain of Fools”
This 37-year-old from St. Louis, Missouri sang the Aretha Franklin classic “Chain of Fools.” She went with three-time champ Levine over rookie coach Clarkson.
Bransen Ireland: “Tulsa Time”
This 27-year-old from Tulsa, Oklahoma sang the Eric Clapton hit “Tulsa Time.” He went with six-time winning coach Shelton over Levine.
Teana Boston: “Unfaithful”
This 16-year-old from Stockton, California sang Rihanna‘s signature song “Unfaithful.” Keys got this artist by default as she was the only coach to turn.
Miya Bass: “Issues”
This 25-year-old from Queens, New York sang the Julia Michaels breakout tune “Issues.” Levine was the only coach to like the sound of this enough to hit his button.
Livia Faith: “Dream a Little Dream of Me”
This 17-year old from Stanton, Kentucky warbled the big band standard “Dream a Little Dream of Me” and ended up on Keys’ team as she was the only coach to turn.
Jordan Kirkdorffer: “In Case You Didn’t Know”
This 28-year-old from New Paris, Indiana took on the Brett Young track “In Case You Didn’t Know” and chose Shelton over Levine.
Shana Halligan: “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)”
This 44-year old from Los Angeles, California got only Keys to turn for this rendition of the Cher classic “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down).”
Gary Edwards: “What’s Going On”
After this 26-year old from Carson City, Nevada nailed Marvin Gaye‘s soul song “What’s Going On,” he opted to be coached by Levine over Shelton.
Hannah Goebel: “If I Ain’t Got You”
This 21-year old from Nashville, Tennessee earned the only four-chair turn of the night with her rousing rendition version of Key’s song “If I Ain’t Got You.” With Keys blocked, she went with Clarkson.