AceShowbiz - The Blind Auditions of "The Voice" season 16 continued its Night 2 on Tuesday, February 26. The episode saw coaches John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton attempting to get the best singers on their teams.
First up was Domenic Haynes, 18, from Florida. After an injury ended his running career, he turned to music. He sang "River", making Adam turn almost immediately. The Maroon 5 frontman also blocked John Legend from getting in his way. Blake followed Adam in pushing his button. Domenic went to Team Adam.
The next singer was Savannah Brister, 17, from Memphis, Tennessee. She took the stage to sing "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" by Stevie Wonder. John was impressed as he turned for her. Kelly followed after him. Eventually, Savannah picked John over Kelly.
The Bundys later took the stage, serving as the first trio in the show's history. The siblings trio, who was made of Megan, Katey and Ryan, performed a gorgeous rendition of "Closer to Fine". Kelly and Blake hit their buttons. The trio opted to go to Team Kelly.
Klea Olson, 20, from Utah, followed it up with a rendition of "No Roots". Unfortunately, her performance wasn't enough to get the coaches turning for her. However, she was given a second chance by joining the Comeback Stage with the help from fifth coach Bebe Rexha.
Next up was Hannah Kay. The 18-year-old sang "Coal Miner's Daughter", and successfully made Kelly and Blake turn their chairs. Hannah chose Blake as her coach.
The last performer that night was Julian King, 25, from Philadelphia. He opted for "All Time Low" for his stage. It was so good that Adam and John turned their chairs immediately. However, the "All of You" hitmaker took a revenge by using his block on Adam. Automatically, Julian went to Team John.