"The Voice": Teams shape up in third round of blind auditions

From left, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Carson Daly of "The Voice." NBC

From left to right, Adam Levine, CeeLo Green, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Carson Daly of NBC's "The Voice."
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(CBS News) "The Voice" continued on to its third night of blind auditions Wednesday night, with judges Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton in the lead with four team members each.

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While Aguilera and Shelton had the lead going into the episode, Adam Levine and Cee Loo Green scored some interesting contestants.

Samuel Mouton sang Bob Marley so well he completely surprised the judges with his appearance when they saw a 19-year-old from Colorado standing in front of them.


"This show is perfect for me because I sound different than I look," he explained.

Levine ended up nabbing Mouton.

The show's first mother- daughter duo were fought over by Green and Shelton; Shelton won out.

Domo, a professional hip-hop dancer from the Bronx, wowed Green who immediately turned around gaining another team member.

The show ended with all of the judges fighting over 34-year-old Nicole Nelson.

"Sometimes good voices come along and then great voices come along," said Aguilera in her pitch to win Nelson over.

But in the end, Nelson ended up with Levine, mainly because he pressed his button first.

Blind audition continue next week as judges try to fill up their 16-member teams.

  • Camille Mann

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