"The Voice" 2014 continued March 4 on NBC with a fourth night of blind auditions. Of the 12 acts who tried out, eight earned coveted spots on the teams coached by super stars Shakira, Usher, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, bringing the total number of contestants who have safely advanced to 32.
Shakira added three new performers to her squad in Dani Moz of Los Angeles; Music Box of Seattle; and Emily B., the 33-year old who survived two rounds of brain surgery before impressing Shakira, Usher, and Shelton with her take on "Wicked Game." Team Shakira boasts nine members entering the fifth night of blind auditions.
Also adding three new members to his team was Shelton. Included were 26-year old rocker Megan Ruger, who opened the hour with Pink's "Just Like a Pill"; teen Lexi Luca, who sang "The Voice" winner Cassadee Pope's hit "Wasting All These Tears;" and Audra McLaughlin, whose take on "Angel from Montgomery" earned four chair turns, including Adam Levine's only turn of the entire episode. To date, Team Blake features seven members.
Usher saw his team total rise to nine with the addition of two more talented aspiring singers. The first was Morgan Wallen, whose rendition of Howie Day's 10-year old tune "Collide" turned two chairs. The second was Texan Stevie Jo, who surprised all four mentors with his rendition of Usher's "There Goes My Baby."
Levine, who turned his chair for just one of the 12 acts, walked away empty handed, and enters the March 10 show with seven total acts on his team.
"The Voice" 2014 resumes March 10 with more blind audition round action.