"The Voice" picked up Monday with the third night of blind auditions, and each of the coaches added some new hopefuls to their teams. Find out who made the cut:
The Swon Brothers, a country duo whose performance of "American Girl" interested every coach except Adam Levine.
Holly Tucker, who plays alto saxophone in the Baylor University marching band and got all four coaches to turn around for her performance of "Make You Feel My Love."
Taylor Beckham, a 17-year-old former gymnast who sang "I'm Going Down" and chose Team Usher over Team Shakira.
Michelle Chamuel, who sang "I Kissed a Girl" and picked Usher over Levine and Shakira.
Karina Iglesias, a vocal teacher who switched to Spanish for part of her performance of "I'm the Only One."
Warren Stone, whose performance of "Colder Weather" turned all four judges' chairs around. In an "upset" of sorts, Levine stole this father/firefighter/country singer away from Team Shelton.
Garrett Gardner, who auditioned last year and found success (and a coach) this time around by singing "Seven Nation Army."
Monique Abbadie, who appropriately sang Shakira's "Loca" and got to take her pick from all four coaches.
The two-hour episode also ended with J'Sun on Team Shakira, Duncan Kamakana on Team Adam and Chelsea M on Team Usher. With half the season four spots taken, the blind auditions continue Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
Tell us: What do you think of the coaches' new additions?