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The battle rounds continued Tuesday on The Voice Season 6 Episode 8, and yet again, a coach regretted putting two potential stars against one another.

Who were they? Which one prevailed, and was there a subsequent steal?

Brittnee Camelle vs. Melissa Jimenez: Give It to Me Right (The Voice)
In a battle of two powerhouse singers, Usher must choose between Brittnee Camelle and Melissa Jimenez as they duel on "Give It to Me Right."

Melissa Jimenez and Brittnee Camelle went head-to-head to retain their spot on Team Usher and both of their powerhouse voices stole the spotlight.

Usher could only keep one  of them and ultimately stuck with Melissa, but ...

Adam Levine hit his button. Shakira hit her button. She went with Adam!

"Give it to Me Right," indeed, ladies. Who else stood out last night?

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The Voice returned Monday with the first of the Battle Rounds, and it was a memorable evening. For the singers, it's win or go home … or get stolen, of course.

Lest we forget, The Voice has the steal, which allows the coaches to save some of the best singers and continue the judges' own battles a little longer.

So who's in, who's out and who's the first real frontrunner this spring?

Paula DeAnda vs. Sisaundra Lewis: "Do What U Want" (The Voice)
It's Paula DeAnda vs. Sisaundra Lewis in a battle for "Do What U Want" (The Voice).

Sisaundra Lewis turned in the best performance of the night, dueling with Paula DeAnda on “Do What You Want” in a truly show-stopping effort.

Sisaundra walked away the winner, stunning each and every coach.

Before that, it was Biff Gore and TJ Wilkins from Team Usher. After their soulful rendition of “Aint Too Proud To Beg,” Usher took TJ ... and Blake stole Biff!

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The Voice Season 6 Episode 6 marked the end of the blind auditions, and it was Blake Shelton who ended the first round on the highest of notes.

Securing the only singer to get all four coaches’ chairs to turn around Monday in Kaleigh Glanton, Blake rounded out his team as he seeks his fourth title.

Kaleigh's show-stopping rendition “Have You Ever Seen The Rain?” had everyone clamoring for her, but Shelton ended up with the night's top prize:

Kaleigh Glanton - Have You Ever Seen the Rain? (The Voice Audition)
With a transcendent "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" Kaleigh Glanton has all four coaches turned around.

Brittnee Camelle also had the coaches vying for her, thanks to a strong performance of the Demi Lovato hit “Skyscraper.” Usher ended up with her services.

With only Adam and Shakira left eligible to get more singers on their teams, Lindsay Bruce's take on “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” landed her on Team Shakira.

The final singer last night landed a spot on Adam’s team. Caleb Elder, a teenager whose dream it is to work with Levine, will soon see it come true.

Can he take it to the next level, though? Who else has what it takes to make it a long way this season? We shall find out on next week's Battle Rounds!

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NBC's The Voice headed into its final week of blind auditions on Monday night, and Season 6 Episode 5 did not disappoint, especially at the very end.

Family man Josh Kaufman, the last singer to take the spotlight, turned all four superstars' chairs with his rendition of George Michael‘s “One More Try” ...

Josh Kaufman: 'One More Try' (The Voice Audition)
At the crossroads of a musical career, Josh Kaufman gets a huge vote of confidence after singing George Michael's "One More Try."

Adam ultimately won Kaufman over, along with Kat Perkins, whose spin on “Gold Dust Woman,” proved she has a wealth of talent waiting to be nurtured.

Paula DeAnda, a once-signed artist looking for a second chance on The Voice, hit a home run with Ariana Grande‘s “The Way,” choosing Blake over Shakira.

Jake Barker overcame serious stage fright to wow Usher with a falsetto that made him turn around within seconds. These two are going to be great together.

Struggling artist Ria Eaton showed up to her audition with a chip on her shoulder and became the subject of a classic Adam vs. Blake duel, with the latter winning.

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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!

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."

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The Voice Season 6 Episode 3 was not on par with the first two installments last week, but that appeared to be a deliberate effort on behalf of the producers.

That or the talent pool has just run dry. We'll soon find out.

Either way, an alarming nine out of 20 singers failed to get a single button push, and those that did advance to the battle rounds were often less than stellar.

Not to say there weren't highlights among them, however.

A couple of singers were real chair-turners and showed potential, and as the season progresses, they may come into their own even more before our eyes.

That's what's great about the show. Check out the latest crop of contenders from the videos below and tell us if you think any or all have what it takes ...

Sisaundra Lewis - Ain't No Way (The Voice Audition)
Mother of three Sisaundra Lewis spins all four coaches in their chairs with her take on Aretha Franklin's hit, "Ain't No Way."

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The Voice Season 6 Episode 2 featured five more blind auditions that landed the aspiring singers a spot on one of the superstars' teams Tuesday night.

Ending the night with a four-chair-turn was Cary Laine's awesome performance of "Better Dig Two" by The Band Perry ... but did Blake get the country girl?

Cary Laine: "Better Dig Two" (The Voice Audition)
Mom by day and bar singer by night, Cary Laine wows the coaches and the crowd with a powerful read on The Band Perry's "Better Dig Two."

He did not!

Adam Levine, as we saw in The Voice Season 6 premiere, will pull out all the stops when it comes to wooing new talent, and scored a big win here.

Which isn't to say we should hand him his third title just yet ... but he also landed Delvin Choice, whose "A Song For You" turned four chairs as well!

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The Voice kicked off Season 6 with a wealth of talent last night, with Adam Levine seeking his third title and Blake Shelton his fourth on the NBC show.

Adam may have the upper hand, having snagged Christina Grimmie and Dawn & Hawkes, but Usher secured a key team member Monday as well.

Bria Kelly, 17, threw it DOWN with a growling version of James Taylor's "Steamroller Blues" that had all four judges vying for her. See why here:

Just how awe-struck were the fab four by what they'd just witnessed?

"O-M-G," a stunned Levine remarked. "I can't believe that was you doing that. You haven't been alive long enough to feel the pain that you were showing up there."

But Usher dragged out a Grammy to lure the breakout star. It worked.

He wasted no time throwing it in his fellow coaches faces, dancing in front of Levine with delight when Bria Kelly accepted his invite to join Team Usher.

Watch the rest of The Voice Season 6 premiere performance below!

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Christina Grimmie came in like a wrecking ball on The Voice Season 6 premiere last night, wowing the coaches with a cover of Miley Cyrus' hit single.

The 19-year-old, who was the "online host" of 2012's American Idols Live tour and who boasts over 2.5 million subscribers on YouTube, is no  novice.

Still, she made her presence felt like never before as every one of the big four hit their buttons for the "Wrecking Ball" cover to end all "Wrecking Ball" covers.

Watch her effort (and the rest of the singers who advanced last night) now:

Christina Grimmie: "Wrecking Ball" (The Voice Audition)
YouTube star Christina Grimmie has her pick of coaches Shakira, Usher, Adam or Blake after nailing Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball."

Adam Levine, whose team she joined, marveled at her confidence level.

"You're more comfortable onstage than I am, almost!" he proclaimed.

Levine, who also snagged the duo who turned in the best audition ever (his words) on The Voice Season 6 premiere, may be the early favorite as a result.

Which singer did you most enjoy last night? Are you glad Shakira and Usher are back in place of Christina Aguilera (pregnant) and Cee Lo Green (retired)?

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The Voice is back for Season 6, and Monday night's premiere featured the best audition EVER in the storied history of the popular NBC singing competition!

At least according to Adam Levine, who returns as coach alongside Blake Shelton. Both of whom have been in the swiveling spaceship chairs since day one.

Interim coaches Shakira and Usher are back in 2014, sitting in, literally, for the newly engaged and newly pregnant Christina Aguilera and just-retired Cee Lo Green.

But back to the Blind Auditions, and particularly Dawn & Hawkes ... the favorite opening effort Adam Levine has seen in six seasons! See them for yourself:

They were solid, deserving of a spot on the show and possibly having turned in the best of the night. But was Adam going overboard with such extreme praise?

Their song choice, "I've Just Seen a Face," didn't hurt, as the Maroon 5 singer is a devout Beatles buff. In any case, he wooed the duo to join his Season 6 roster.

Dawn & Hawkes weren't the only contestants who impressed last night, though. Seven other Blind Auditions earned spots in the next round. Let's take a look ...

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