The Voice Recap: Say hello to Team Adam
Adam Levine's team features 11 outstanding artists for season 10
The first two weeks of the tenth season of The Voice are over, which means the blind auditions are a thing of the past as next week we move onto the battle rounds, where contestants sing two different songs in the ring to compete for their coaches to pick them to continue through the competition.
As the blind auditions come to a close, let's take a quick look at #TeamAdam for season 10. Here we go!
Hollis, New Hampshire singer-songwriter Caroline Burns was fourth contestant on night 2 of the Blind Auditions, performing "So Far Away", a 1971 single by Carole King. Burns quickly caught coach Adam's attention while coach Blake turned at the last second, being the only two coaches to hit their button. She auditioned in season 9 last year, however failed to catch any of the coaches' attention, but upon her return, she ultimately chose to be on Team Adam.
Mike Schiavo from Colonia, New Jersey was Adam's first contestant of the season to join his team. Schiavo auditioned with "Talking Body", originally by pop star Tove Lo. Coaches Pharrell and Blake also turned for Schiavo, but he ultimately went for Team Adam.
From Bayville, New Jersey, contestant John Gilman performed his own rendition of Elvis Presley's "Don't Be Cruel" on the show. Coach Adam was the only one to turn around, therefor by default, Gilman joined Team Adam.
Laith Al-Saadi, reigning from Ann Arbor, Michigan, performed The Box Tops hit single "The Letter", which caught the attention of both Adam and Blake. Laith ultimately joined Team Adam.
Performing "Wildest Dreams", one of the many hit singles from Taylor Swift's latest album 1989, contestant Katherine Ho had Adam and Blake turn their chairs for her. Ho chose to be apart of Team Adam.
Natalie Yacovazzi, originating from Chicago, Illinois, auditioned with a performance of Kelly Clarkson's single "Mr. Know It All", after trying out on season 9. Coach Adam was the only one to turn his chair, thus Yacovazzi by default joined Team Adam.
Coach Adam recruited yet another New Jersey resident, contestant Nate Butler, after he performed "The Walk", originally by The Cure. Coaches Pharrell and Blake also turned their chairs, however Butler ultimately chose to be on Team Adam.
Ryan Quinn, from Westmoreland, New York, performed "Can't Find My Way Home", by Blind Faith, for his audition. All four coaches turned for Quinn, but he chose to be apart of Team Adam after a lengthy decision.
Owen Danoff, originally from Washington D.C., performed the Bob Dylan classic "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right", for his audition and caught all four coaches attention. After a hard decision, Danoff chose Team Adam.
A contestant from Brooklyn, New York, Lily Green performed "Songbird", which caught coach Adam's attention, being the only coach to turn, and by default Green became apart of Team Adam.
Matt Tedder, from Fort Worth, Texas, auditioned with a performance of Muddy Waters' "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man." Coach Adam was the only coach to turn for Tedder, therefor by default, he joined Team Adam.
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