After a lackluster Monday, The Voice's Blake Shelton is back at it.
The country megastar couldn't win for losing during Night 4 of the Blind auditions, but Team Blake received an infusion of new blood on Tuesday. With Coach Alicia Keys emerging head and shoulders above rest as season 11's premier mentor, Shelton, Adam Levine, and Miley Cyrus really need to pull in the cream of the crop if they want to stake their claim to this year's winner.
Check out who made the cut on Tuesday:
The Maroon 5 frontman kept his chair turns to a minimum during Night 4, only adding two new players to his squad. Simone Gundy, 25, earned her way to the next round thanks to her rendition of I Who Have Nothing. Nolan Neal, a former Voice reject, had the opportunity to choose between all four teams before opting to throw his lot in with a proven champ.
The former Hannah Montana star wasn't able to lure Gundy away from Team Adam, but she still managed to add three unique voices to her team. Aaron Gibson impressed with Losing My Religion while Darby Walker and Khaliya Kimberlie were selected after performing Stand By Me and Dibs, respectfully.
Hailing from New York, Gabriel Violett received a chair turn for his stirring rendition of Treat You Better. Michael Sanchez, meanwhile, found his way in Keys' good graces with Use Me. Halle Tomlinson had to choose between Levin and Keys, ultimately opting for the later.
Josh Gallagher, Austin Allsup, Christian Fermin, and Preston James. James and Allsup boast Southern roots, and they, along with Gallagher, paid homage to their home states with a little country. Fermin opted to perform Brother.
Click the videos below to see Tuesday's top performances.
The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.