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"The Voice": Blind auditions continue with ex-wrestler, mariachi singer

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

(CBS News) Blind auditions continued Tuesday on "The Voice" as coaches Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton snagged more team members in hopes of churning out a new star.

In season three, each coach will choose 16 members for his or her team, and the coaches raked in a few more hopefuls.

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On episode two, viewers had the chance to see a range of contenders - from LeAnn Rimes' tour manager to an ex-wrestler, and even a mariachi singer.

The first performer of the night, Adriana Louise, won over all four judges with her rendition of "Domino." She joined Team Aguilera.

Country singer and former wrestler Casey Muessigmann sang Lynyrd Skynrd's "Sweet Home Alabama." He made it through and decided to go with Shelton.

Aguilera was blown away by the following contestant -- Aquile -- so much so that she told the 24-year-old singer she wanted "a private concert." It came as no surprise that he joined the "Dirrty" vocalist's team.

Contestant Mackenzie Bourg had a story to tell. He suffered from a life-threatening virus that shut down all of his organs. Now mostly recovered, Bourg took the stage to perform Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks." Green turned his chair around, and Aguilera said he resembled Justin Bieber, while Shelton noting his "Harry Potter vibe."

The last performer of the night, Julio Cesar Castillo, had a mariachi vibe, performing "La Bamba" in Spanish. He signed up for Shelton's team.

"The Voice" will wrap its three-episode premiere tonight with the third round of blind auditions. The episode airs at 8 p.m. and will be up against the season premiere of "America's Got Talent."

Tell us: Who was your favorite performer in round two of blind auditions?

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