As the night two of "The Voice" was aired on Monday, February 6, the four judges of the talent show delivered a special opening performance. Kicking off the blind audition rounds, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee-Lo Green took on the stage to sing a medley of Prince's hit songs.
Each of the coaches had their own solo spot to show off their signature vocal styles. Aguilera, who was clad in a black leather corset and a studded hat, kicked off the performance by delivering "1999". Green, who donned a sparkling red sequined ensemble, took his turn by singing "Little Red Corvette".
The next turn went to Levine, who wore a sleeveless shirt while bringing along a guitar. The Maroon 5 frontman poured his falsetto voice into "I Wanna Be Your Lover". Wrapping up the stunning performance was Shelton, who delivered a country version of "Kiss".
Entering the second edition of the singing competition's new season, it was revealed that Shelton has got RaeLynn, Jermaine Paul and Gwen Sebastian for his team so far, while Aguilera has nabbed Chris Mann, Jesse Campbell, Lindsey Pavao and The Line. Green, meanwhile, has Juliet Simms, Angie Johnson and Jamar Rogers as members of his team, and Levine has recruited Tony Lucca, Angel Taylor and Kim Yarbrough.
The blind auditions will continue next Monday, February 13 on NBC at 8 P.M.