Last night on the season debut of The Voice, viewers saw Chris Weaver offer a stunning version of "Try A Little Tenderness" that had Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Miley Cyrus, in a frenzy over who would become his coach.
"Originally coming into this competition, I was so headstrong on picking Blake just for that simple reason that he is a well-known country music artist", she began.
Her performance speedily convinced all four coaches to turn around, and the fighting commenced. Want more news? Like our Voice Facebook page. "Though she loves her job, Ashland is hoping The Voice can help her prove that it's possible to make it no matter where you're from".
Construction worker and aspiring country singer Red Marlow impressed with his cover of John Anderson's "Swingin'" during this week's blind auditions for The Voice.
Of course, just because he seems to be a ideal fit for Team JHud doesn't mean the other coaches are just going to roll over and die.
It's no surprise that Marlow chose Blake Shelton, as the two had met before. The coaches went nuts for her gospel-meets-country rendition, and there wasn't anything "wrong" with it per se, but there was also nothing about it that made me curious to hear more from her.
First up was Keisha Renee, who has performed on tour with Nicki Minaj and previously competed in a season of American Idol.More news: Ireland's bid to host Rugby World Cup is backed by PM
"Every now and again there's a singer that comes out here on this stage and just simply needs an opportunity", said Shelton.
Shelton, who is pictured in the video at age 13 with a raccoon and a dog, says he was "pretty weird" at the time. Adam tells her that she can't go wrong with either coach.
The Voice is about to return with new judge Jennifer Hudson joining the team.
"Blake really is the king of country, that's for sure, but they need a queen".
"I'm passionate about it, because we're holding people's dreams and their destinies in our hands, you know what I mean?" she says.
Season 13 of "The Voice" airs Monday and Tuesday at 9 p.m. on WXII 12.