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?
1. 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."
2. Madilyn Paige: "Titanium" (The Voice Audition)
High school student Madilyn Paige delivers a winning take on David Guetta's "Titanium."
3. Delvin Choice: "A Song for You" (The Voice Audition)
Barista Delvin Choice comes back to audition again, striking gold with his take on Donny Hathaway's "A Song for You."
4. Deja Hall: "True Colors" (The Voice Audition)
16-year-old Deja sings herself into three coaches' hearts with her original take on Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors."
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!