The Monday, February 27 episode of "The Voice" marked the last blind auditions in season 2. As they're gearing up for the battle round next week, the judges completed their teams of twelve in this week's outing.
Adam Levine was the first one who rounded up his team. He snatched Whitney Myer, who made all four judges turned around with her rendition of Alicia Keys' "No One". Orlando Napier, who went in jail for a bar fight, filled the last spot in the Maroon 5 frontman's team.
Left behind the other coaches with three vacant spots, Cee-Lo Green was eventually the second mentor who completed his team. He nabbed rock and roll duo, The Shields Brothers, since no other coaches turned around.
The Gnarls Barkley member later pushed the button for Cheesa after Adam convinced him to do so when he thought he had run out of time. The latest talent added to his team was WADE, a soul singer who caught the attention of the "F**k You" hitmaker with his cover of "Rehab".
Blake Shelton managed to get Lex Land for his team after fighting over her with Adam and Cee-Lo. When country crooner Adley Stump took the stage, the husband of Miranda Lambert found the latest member of his team, although Christina Aguilera wanted her too.
Xtina was the last one to complete her team. She was impressed by a baker who can sing, Lee Koch. After passing on several aspiring singers, the "Fighter" songstress finally hit the button for Sera Hill who sang "I'm Going Down".
So excited by Sera's performance, Xtina grabbed the mic and sang the chorus of the song with her 24-year-old protege.
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