After Monday's Blind Auditions brought some of the worst auditions yet our way, five more people advanced to the next stage of the competition on Tuesday.
But were these five more worthy than the bunch that made the first episode of the week such a big drag?
Let's break down Tuesday's performances!
Reagan Strange (Team Adam) - "Meant to Be"
This 13-year-old appeared on the stage and shocked everyone. With her mature attitude and dizzying vocals, she emerged as quite the contender.
As seems to be the norm on this NBC hit, first performance nerves can cause some problems, and that's what happened here.
In the end, she joined Team Adam, and her future in the process will hinge on whether she can battle the nerves and whether Adam chooses the right songs for her.
Foushée (Team Adam) - "Redbone"
Foushée appeared on stage and had all of the makings of a global sensation. Being the daughter of a drummer, she knew what she had to do to secure a place post-audition.
That's why she made her way to Team Adam. It would have been fun to see what Kelly did with her, but Adam might be the next best thing.
Chris Kroeze (Team Blake) - "Pride and Joy"
Chris shocked both the audience and the coaches. Adam thought he was a woman because nobody expected such a sweet voice from a man who looks like a country rocker.
That said, being put in Blake's team might prove to be the biggest mistake, because Blake is going to throw every country song at him to see what sticks.
MaKenzie Thomas (Team Jennifer), “Big White Room”
Makenzie returned after not getting anywhere during Season 14. Her aim here was to get the chairs turning because her nerves got the best of her the last time.
There was a great voice there, but a lot of work is required to make sure the teenager does not sound as pitchy as she did during the audition.
Thankfully, she's on Team Jennifer, and we could not think of a better place for her!
SandyRedd (Team Kelly), “River”
This 35-year-old mother of two brought her A-game Tuesday night. With vocals that people can only dream of, the coaches rewarded her with a four-chair turn.
It was the biggest surprise of the night because the spots on each team are starting to look hella full, but SandyRedd was worth it.
In fact, she was so worth it that Jennifer Hudson threw both of her shoes at her. Is it a big compliment? We hope so.
In the end, she opted to go with Team Kelly.
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The Voice continues Monday on NBC.