"The Voice" 2014 resumed March 10 on NBC with the fifth of six blind audition shows. By evening's end, each super star coach had added at least one act to his or her team, with only four total total berths in the top 48 still up for grabs.
Maroon 5 frontman and season five winner Adam Levine started the two-hour episode off on a high note by snagging three-chair turner Kat Perkins, a 33-year old rocker who performed Fleetwood Mac's "Gold Dust Woman." Levine also snagged unique alternative rocker Josh Murley, soul singer Austin Ellis, and father of three Josh Kaufman, who closed out the show with a four-chair turning take on George Michael's "One More Try."
Country mega star Blake Shelton also added four acts to his squad. Included were one-time pop star Paula DeAnda, who sang Ariana Grande's "The Way"; aspiring country music talent Cali Tucker, who just happens to the be niece of genre legend Tanya Tucker; pop singer Ria Eaton; and the girl duo Alaska and Madi, who showed off their harmonies via "Barton Hollow."
Latin crossover sensation Shakira and R&B star Usher added two additional members to their respective teams. Usher added rising R&B star Jake Barker, who impressed during his stage debut with Bruno Mars' "When I Was Your Man," and pop singer Tess Moyer. Shakira added more girl power to her team with soul singers Cierra Mickens and Ddendyl.
"The Voice" 2014 continues March 11 with one final night of blind audition action, as each of the coaches hunt for one last act.