Season 15 of “The Voice” continued with a new episode of Blind Auditions that aired on Monday, October 1. Another slew of hopefuls performed before the judges, Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton, hoping for the coaches to hit their button and put them on their teams.
First taking up the stage was country singer Dave Fenley, who sang “Help Me Hold On” by Travis Tritt. He killed it as Kelly hit her button almost immediately. Blake then followed by turning his chair for him. Unsurprisingly, Dave chose Team Blake.
Steve Memmolo, who looked so much like Ben Affleck, later performed “Spooky” by Dusty Springfield, much to Adam and Jennifer’s excitement. The two hit their buttons, but eventually Steve went to Team Adam.
Performing “Never Enough” by Loren Allred was Audri Bartholomew. Jennifer was the only one who turned her chair, so Audri was automatically on Team Jennifer.
Natasia Greycloud sang a stunning rendition of “I’m Not the Only One” by Sam Smith. Both Jennifer and Kelly wanted her in their teams. Natasia originally wanted to be on Team Kelly, though Jennifer managed to convince her to pick her as her mentor.
Next up was Lynnea Moorer. He performed “Location” by Khalid, though her upbeat performance wasn’t enough to make the coaches turn for her. But fifth coach Kelsea Ballerini decided to give her a second chance as she picked Lynnea as the third comeback artist.
The last performer that night, Kymberli Joye, meanwhile, wowed everyone with her performance of “Run to You” by Whitney Houston. Kelly hit her button almost immediately. Jennifer followed in, but she was unfortunately blocked by Kelly. While Jennifer and Kelly was busy fighting, Blake hit his button. At the end, Kymberli chose Team Kelly.
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