Get ready for the battles, people, because the teams are now full!
Nashville resident Stephanie Skipper, 33, performed Clarkson's "Piece by Piece", because she shared Kelly's story of her father not being in her life.
Tonight, all four coaches finish rounding out their squads, and while their final additions might not be the showstoppers of their individual teams, per se, they could end up being surprise runaways if given the right training.
Her voice is admirable as well.
Calister then revealed that Clarkson might have better odds than she thought, saying, "I do love Kelly, I'm a big fan of yours".
Good on Dallas Caroline for knowing that the quickest way to Blake's heart (and bid button) is to come out with a classic country song that's exactly the opposite of what your voice is most obviously suited to.
It sounds a lot like what you might imagine someone like Mandy Moore or Michelle Branch might do with it, which means, yes, there's something interesting happening. Blake admitted the competition on his team - which already boasts several talented country singers - would be tough, but might also "make you work your butt off". The star threw out a playful jab at her fellow Voice coach's direction in a new interview, joking that she still can't believe the twosome are a couple.
The very first contestant Tuesday night promised to be the latter.
Blake said he's fight for Hannah and "go down bleeding" to have her on his team, and then Adam said he really wanted to be a part of her career because he could tell her talent was undeniable.
Clarkson then admitted to Parade that she was left with no choice but to "freaking fight" Shelton when she was looking to fill up her team with talent while filming the blind auditions a year ago. She sang Kesha's song Praying, and it was lovely. Her high soprano vocals and gorgeous long notes made coaches Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine turn around pretty quickly.