AceShowbiz - "The Voice" season 16 wrapped its Blind Auditions in the Monday, March 18 episode. The coaches, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend, were still trying to find talented singers to be put on their teams. Both Adam and Kelly had three spots to be filled in, while Blake needed two more for his team to complete. As for John, he only needed one more singer.
First up was Celia Babini, who sang Billie Eilish's "idontwannabeyouanymore". Not long after she opened the song, Blake, Kelly and Adam turned their chairs for her. John later followed in. After much pitching, Celia decided to join Team Adam.
The next singer was Cecily Hennigan. She flaunted her impressive range and powerful vocal by singing "Foolish Games" by Jewel. Blake loved what he heard so he hit his button. However, he was the only one who did so Cecily automatically went to Team Blake.
Singing John's song "A Good Night" was Kalvin Jarvis. His soulful performance was enough to make Adam and Kelly turn their chairs. John, meanwhile, jokingly praised his song choice. In the end, Jarvis chose Adam to be his coach.
Ava August took the stage to sing "House of the Rising Run", but none of the coaches hit their buttons. But Ava was still young, so the coaches encouraged her to come back. Later, David Owens offered an emotional performance of "I Can't Make You Love Me". Only Kelly turned for him so David was on Team Kelly by default.
Performing next was Presley Tennant, who gave a stunning performance of "Stone Cold" by Demi Lovato. With her stellar range and vocal strength, it was only natural for Kelly to pick her to join her team. Rod Stokes belted out "To Love Somebody" by the Bee Gees, making Adam, John and Blake turn. Rod chose Team Blake.
Up next was Andrew Jannakos who sang "Beautiful Crazy" by Luke Combs. Blake seemingly would love to have him on his team but his team was already full. Kelly and Adam hit their buttons and later Andrew picked the latter, making him the final member of Team Adam.
Kayslin Victoria hit the stage to give a very fun performance of "Feel It Still" by Portugal. The Man. John and Kelly turned, but it was so epic that she would easily get a four-chair turn should Adam and Blake's teams were not full. Surprisingly, Kayslin chose to join Team John. With that, John had completed his team.
Rounding out the night was Jackson Marlow, who belted out "Troubadour" by George Strait. It turned out that he was the nephew of former "The Voice" finalist Red Marlow. Excited Kelly turned her chair and snagged Jackson for her team.