The Voice Recap: Sarah Simmons Stuns Coaches, Adam Levine Courts Model

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Lack of performance by Shakira aside, night two of The Voice proved every bit as entertaining as the first as Season 4 looks like it could be as good as ever.

Like Monday's premiere, the show-stopper came at the end. Monday, it was Judith Hill. Tuesday, it was a 22-year-old student Sarah Simmons' "One of Us" ...

Sarah started with a soft tone, displaying her sensitive side, then grew edgier and before long, all four star coaches were clamoring for her stylings.

Adam Levine's begging won out for the second straight night ... but did he have similar luck with the hot model NBC selected to open up the episode?

Josiah Hawley has been modeling while in school to pay the bills, but has been trying to make it in music. He may have just gotten his big chance.

Here's him singing "Sunday Morning" by none other than Maroon 5 ...

He turned the chairs of Blake Shelton, Usher, and Adam, and then they all worked to convince him they were best, but Usher pulled off the upset in the end!

Elsewhere, struggling country artist Tawnya Reynolds hit vocal pay dirt with her twangy take on "Mama Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys."

Cathia's "No Me Doy por Vencido" was a no-brainer for Shakira, and duo Midas Whale put their spin on "Folsom Prison Blues." Check them all out below!

Who was your favorite act on The Voice Season 4 night two?

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