The Voice coaches added more eclectic, strong talent to their rosters Monday in night five of the blind auditions. Who made the grade? Let's find out!
Ryan Innes, the last performer of the evening, impressed all four judges with his take on John Mayer's "Gravity," earning a place on Team Ursher.
"You shook this room, man," Usher said of his "soul and true substance."
Soul singer Sasha Allen, a mother of two from New York City, has sung back-up for stars such as John Legend and Alicia Keys, and boy did it show.
All four singers vied for her services, but Adam Levine won out.
Michael Austin, a deputy sheriff from Norco, Calif., lived out his dreams of stardom with a fluid and earnest rendition of Keith Urban's "Love Somebody."
Surprisingly, he'll be under Adam's tutelage from now on.
Cuban-born teen Mary Miranda made her mark with Selena's hit "Como la Flor," and naturally won a spot on Shakira's roster with her voice and power.
Shawna P., who has performed alongside stars Big & Rich and Gretchen Wilson, showed off a raw take on the Black Crowes' "She Talks To Angels."
"That's so rock and roll," said Shakira of her intense performance.
Added Levine: "You have a voice on you. We want what you got."
Other singers who made the cut? Caroline Glaser, Grace Askew and Jeff Lewis, with the final night of blind auditions on tap for this evening on NBC.
Who did you most enjoy from The Voice Monday night?