The Voice season 12 episode 4 brought the reality show to its fourth night of blind auditions. However, aside from the night’s stunning performances, it seems the coaches’ antics also stole the show.
The episode featured 11 new hopefuls who tried their luck to land a spot on one of the coaches’ teams. The night started on a high note as The Voice couple Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani both turned for the first contestant.
Micah Tryba delivered her own rendition of Chaka Khan’s I’m Every Woman. Only some 20 seconds into the song, Blake immediately turns his chair for the young singer. He glances Gwen’s way, asking her not to turn–which Gwen totally ignores.
Being the only two coaches to have turned, Gwen and Blake battle it out. Blake’s pitch encourages Micah that if she chooses him, the coach will get her to the finale. Meanwhile, Gwen praises Micah’s good qualities and plays the “being female” card.
The banter elicits another taunting from Adam Levine, who Blake refers to as Waldo and Hamburglar for his striped sweater. In the end, despite Gwen’s plea to resist Blake’s good looks, Micah still picks the country singer as her coach. Watch the whole exchange here.
Meanwhile, the next performer earns a four-chair turn. HollywoodLife relays that Troy Ramey impressed all four coaches with his version of Wild World.
Blake manages to turn first again, pressing his button in Ramey’s opening seconds of the song. Not long after, Adam, Gwen and Alicia Keys follow. The Vermont native shares the song is his dad’s favorite.
When the coaches were giving their pitches, Ramey also revealed that his mom won’t stop talking about Blake’s dimples. However, in the end he chose Gwen. Catch Troy Ramey’s full performance here.
Other The Voice Season 12 Episode 4 Performances
Other remarkable performances of the night include Jack Cassidy, Kawan DeBose, and Taylor Alexander. DeBose manages a three-chair turn from Adam, Blake and Gwen. He later on picks Alicia.
Ericka Corban, Gaby Borromeo, Josh West, Griffin Tucker, Missy Robertson and Aaliyah Rose made up the rest of the episode’s performances. Unfortunately, no coach turned for Corban. In contrast, West earned a four-chair turn with his performance of Ordinary World.
At the night’s conclusion, Gwen and Blake raised their team’s number to six. Meanwhile, Adam’s team is now up to nine while seven members already comprise Alicia’s camp.
The Voice season 12 episode 4 brought the finalists to 28. Stay tuned for more updates on the season here at GoshTV.
Image Source: Twitter/Micah Tryba