The Voice Season 6 Episode 4 featured more blind auditions that did not disappoint, with each of the superstar judges picking up major talent for their rosters.
Blake Shelton, though, scored the woman most sought after last night.
The country singer added three seriously talented auditioners to his team, including Audra Mclaughlin, whose services were heavily courted by the Fab Four.
Her stunning performance of “Angel From Montgomery” prompted an elusive four-chair turn from the coaches, and Blake emerged victorious, a coup for his team.
Who else made it to the Battle Rounds with their efforts on Tuesday?
Watch the performances from night four of the blind auditions below!
1. Audra McLaughlin - Angel from Montgomery (The Voice Audition)
Anti-bullying advocate Audra McLaughlin turns all four coaches around with her powerful take on John Prine's "Angel from Montgomery."
2. Stevie Jo - There Goes My Baby (The Voice Audition)
Stevie Jo covers Usher's "There Goes My Baby" - and promptly lands a spot on his team.
3. Emily B. - Wicked Game (The Voice Audition)
A survivor through and through, Emily B. has her pick of coaches after covering Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game."
4. Megan Ruger - Just Like a Pill" (The Voice Audition)
A performer since she was seven, Megan Ruger knocks 'em dead with her take on "Just Like a Pill."
5. Morgan Wallen - Collide (The Voice Audition)
Former baseball star Morgan Wallen knocks one out of the park with his version of "Collide."