The Voice coaches added even more powerhouse talent to their rosters Tuesday in night four of the blind auditions. So who made the grade? Let's see ...
Country sweetheart Savannah Berry, a 17-year-old from Houston, joined Team Blake in the final moments with Taylor Swift's aptly titled "Safe and Sound."
Adam Levine tried, as Adam Levine does, to steal Savannah away, but with Miranda Lambert as one of her musical influences, that was pretty much it.
"You're so good," Levine pleaded to Berry.
"You're so screwed," Shelton responded.
Patrick Dodd, 35, a funky father and soul singer from Memphis performed "Walking in Memphis." This time, Adam won out in a battle with Shakira.
Former Ford model Audrey Karrasch, 20, convinced Usher and Blake to turn around with fun rendition of "Price Tag," and landed a spot on Team Ursher.
Other winners included Brandon Roush, 19, a long-haired rocker from Louisville, and Orlando Dixon, 24, from Washington, D.C., an R&B singer.
Usher labeled Dixon "a diamond in the rough," while Roush joined Shakira's team in what is shaping up to be the best season of The Voice yet.
Who was your favorite last night? Who do you think has the best team so far? And how are you liking the show with Usher and Shakira this spring?