The Voice entered Monday night's competition knowing one thing - no matter how outlandish the coaches' sniping became, Night 3 of the Blind Auditions would be the most coherent and logical piece of Monday's NBC prime time lineup.
After three nights of nail-biting chair turns, Team Cyrus, Team Blake Shelton, Team Alicia Keys, and Team Adam Levine are filling in nicely. Just as Levine had a rough premiere, however, Shelton couldn't gain any ground on Monday.
The first performance of the night came from Bindi Liebowitz. The New Jersey native won over Levine and Shelton with her rendition of Bust Your Windows, ultimately choosing to put her hopes for stardom in the capable hands of the Maroon 5 frontman.
Next up was Arkansas' Zack Hicks. His lackluster take on At This Moment left much to be desired, making him the only failure of the evening.
Elie Esparza of El Paso Texas became the next member of Team Adam, despite also garnering attention from Cyrus and Shelton for her performance of Como La Flor.
The next two contestants, Lane Mack and Karlee Metzger, joined Team Miley. Mack was uncontested, but Metzger had to say no to Shelton after showing off her pipes with Samson.
Lastly, Josh Halverson found his way onto Team Alicia thanks to a little help from Forever Young. It was Keys' only chair-turn of the night, and the formidable R&B artist managed to snap Halverson right out from under Cyrus and Shelton.
The current Voice teams are as follows:
Click the videos below to see the night's top performances
The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.