Looking for a ticket to the live shows, Jean Kelley pours herself into Sia's "Chandelier."
Street singer Ricky Manning makes his playoff bid with a take on Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball."
Knowing Pharrell will be scrutinizing every note, Elyjuh René puts all he has into Chris Brown's "With You."
Mia Pfirrman makes her play for Adam's playoff team with a performance of Christina Perri's "Human."
As Adam Levine watches closely, Alessandra Castronovo gives her best to Emeli Sande's "Next to Me."
Taylor John Williams mesmerizes the crowd and his coach Gwen Stefani with his take on "Mad World."
roy Ritchie puts his spin on Outkast's "Hey Ya!" as he makes his bid for the live playoffs.
Luke Wade gives his best to Hall & Oates' "Rich Girl."
James David Carter impresses Coach Blake Shelton with James Taylor's "You've Got a Friend."
Seventeen-year-old Tanner Linford makes a bid for the live shows with his version of Train's "Calling All Angels."
With Pharrell watching his every move, Taylor Phelan goes for it with "Rather Be."
TSA agent Damien makes a bid for the live shows with his version of "How Do I Live" by LeAnn Rimes.
Fifteen-year-old Katriz Trinidad tackles Alicia Keys' "Superwoman" for a trip to the live shows.
With her coach Gwen Stefani looking on, Sugar Joans gives her best to Beyonce's "Love on Top."
Jessie Pitts puts her own spin on Elton John's "Your Song."
Toia Jones gives her all to Beyonce's "Crazy in Love."
DaNica Shirey impresses Coach Pharrell Williams with her version of Whitney Houston's "Saving All My Love for You."
Griffin makes his bid for the live shows with his take on Justin Bieber's "As Long As You Love Me."
Seventeen-year-old Bryana Salaz makes a bid for the live playoffs with her version of Demi Lovato's "Heart Attack."
Craig Wayne Boyd rocks the house with his take on The Marshall Tucker Band's "Can't You See."
Matt McAndrew lands a spot on Adam's live playoff team over Rebekah Samarin as he sings Train's "Drops of Jupiter."
Anita Antoinette goes to the reggae well with "Rude," looking to land on Gwen's live playoff team.
With his coach Gwen Stefani looking on, Ryan Sill gives his all to Ne-Yo's "Miss Independent."
Looking for a ticket to the live shows, Beth Spangler gives "Too Little Too Late" all she's got.
Allison Bray makes a bid for the live shows with her take on the Dixie Chicks' "Sin Wagon."
Blessing Offor belts out a personal take on John Mayer's "Your Body Is a Wonderland."
Chris Jamison puts his heart and soul into Otis Redding's classic "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay."
As his coach Blake Shelton looks on, 16-year-old Grant Ganzer gives his best to OneRepublic's "Apologize."
Menlik Zergabachew returns to his reggae roots, covering Bob Marley's "Could You Be Loved."
Taylor looks for a spot on Blake's live show team with her version of Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide."
Fifteen-year-old Reagan James takes on Blu Cantrell's "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)."