Last night was the final night of blind auditions on The Voice and it produced some great competition. Sera Hill takes the stage singing “I’m Going Down.” So taken by her talent, Christina is compelled to grab a mic and jump on stage to sing with her…and she does!
In week four of The Voice blind auditions, Jonathas Ojeda auditions with a replica rendition of Usher’s “U Got It Bad”—complete with the signature moonwalk steps—and grabs the attention of Christina and Cee Lo. “I thought that was a prank, I thought that was actually Usher!” said Cee Lo. But Christina fights, “I’ve been doing this since I was four years old…ultimately, it’s up to you.” Jonathas confesses that he’s always had the hots for Christina, and chooses her as his coach!
In week four of The Voice blind auditions, Tony Vincent, who comes from the musicals American Idiot and We Will Rock You, auditions with “We are the Champions” and automatically snags a spot on Team Cee Lo. “Are your ears burned off or something?” says the coach to the other judges. “I think I kick ass!” says Tony. “I’m truly looking forward to working with you.”
In week four of The Voice blind auditions, Naia Kete, a street performer from Los Angeles, takes the stage with “The Lazy Song.” Blake presses his button immediately and Cee Lo follows. “You push all my buttons, I gotta say,” says Naia to Cee Lo. Christina mentions that Naia’s voice sounds like a previous contestant of Blake’s (I’m thinking Dia Frampton), and Blake fights, “You already have all your own ideas and I’d love to hear them.” She goes with her gut and chooses Blake!
In week four of The Voice blind auditions, Charlotte Sometimes auditions with “Apologize” and all the judges turn! “There’s enough of me to go around,” jokes Charlotte who, to her own surprise, chooses Blake as well.
In week four of The Voice blind auditions,, Jamie Lono, who makes sandwiches for a living, sings “Folsom Prison Blues” and turned Adam and Cee Lo’s chairs. “Different is what we want, and that’s why I turned my chair around,” argued Adam. However, he goes Team Cee Lo.
In week four of The Voice blind auditions, Anthony Evans, son of a well known pastor, has felt pressured to define himself as either a gospel musician or a contemporary Christian artist. He auditions with no labels by singing “What’s Going On” and Christina turns her chair.
In week four of The Voice blind auditions, Justin Hopkins, who was previously a guitarist in Carson Daly’s house band, finally sings as a soloist with “Babylon.” His dream coach, Cee Lo, turns around!
In week four of The Voice blind auditions, Monique Benabou sings “Mr. Know It All” for the judges, and with a little prodding from Blake, Christina turns her chair. “We’re gonna kick ass, we’re gonna win!” says Monique to her new coach.
In week four of The Voice blind auditions, Ashley De La Rosa, Karla Davis, Jordan Rager and ALyX Audition all auditioned and get picked up by Christina, Adam and Blake respectively. Blake actually took both Jordan Rager and ALyX. Here is a montage of their auditions in one video.