Who's ready for another episode of The Voice? Last night was actually not half bad. Hopefully the trend will continue tonight as Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton fight for the next music star! ... This is The Voice!

Recap after the JUMP ...

Trevanne Howell, 33, Bronx, New York - She is a single mother of 2 children. One older girl and a little boy. She has the beauty of a star. She looks fabulous. She is going to be singing Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing." She is definitely a good singer and had some really good powerful moments but the vibrato was a little too much on the soft parts, just like Christina said. Trevanne sadly didn't get anyone to turn around for her.

Collin McLaughlin – 24, Bedford, New York - Kyle was accepted into NYU but realized that his passion was music so he dropped out of college with only one year left. This really upset his parents and if he doesn't get a coach to turn around for him then he must go back to school. So, he is here to prove his parents that he needed to follow his gut. He is singing "Wild World." He has a really nice tone and control over his voice but doesn't seem to have much power to it. So, I'm not that impressed with him. Kyle was able to get all coaches except for Christina to turn their chairs. In the end Kyle ended up choosing Adam Levine.

Joselyn Rivera – 17, Pembroke Pines, Florida - She was born with neurological issues and to help with it the doctor prescribed that she got involved with music, and it helped her so much. She now has a big passion for music! She is singing Kelly Clarkson's hit "What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger." There are some shaky parts, but all in all Joselyn gives a good performance. The girl also knows how to work a stage. Christina and Blake turn their chairs around, and Joselyn eventually chooses Christina Aguilera as her coach. Christina didn't realize that Blake turned around his chair, so Christina was talking like Joselyn was already on her team and it was pretty comical.

Benji – 24, Orlando, Florida - He was a race car driver. It was one of his dreams to race cars, so it's pretty awesome that he has already got to live one of his dreams. He said that race car driving cost a lot of money and he ran out of money so he decided to try out his second passion, which is singing. Benji is performing "Knockin on Heaven's Door" and he actually did a fabulous job. His voice can go to places that I didn't think it could. All judges but Christina turned their chairs. He ended up going with Adam Levine.

Next there's a montage of contestants who chose Cee Lo Green as their coach. These included Todd Kessler who sang "Maggie Mae". I don't like this song, so I really just didn't enjoy Todd's performance. Next, Ben Taub sang "Feeling Good" and sounded like he did a pretty good job with it. Lastly, was the country spitfire Emily Earle singing "Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash. Out of all of these three, I think that Ben Taub would have been my favorite.

Lorraine Ferro – 52, New York, New York - She is a vocal teacher and has helped a lot of people. She teaches every week and loves her job but she wants to try and make the big time. She is super excited to audition. She is singing "Skyscraper" by Demi Lovato. As soon as she starts I know that this is the completely wrong song for her. She has a powerful raspy voice and this is just not the song for her to be doing. She should've sung a Janis Joplin song because that is who she instantly reminded me of. None of the judges turned around for her but she was a good sport about it.

Mycle Wastman – 40, Seattle, Washington - First off he looks gorgeous. Doesn't look 40 at all. His parents have both died and he is still upset about it. He is singing "Lets Stay Together" by Al Green and boy does he do a fabulous job. He has a crazy sexy tone and his voice has some real grit to it. His audition was my favorite of the night. Every coach but Christina Aguilera turned around for him. Eventually Mycle went with Cee Lo Green. If he were to win this show I think that he could become a star.

That was it for tonight. Once again not a bad show at all. There was some really good talent showcased. I hope next week is the last week for blind auditions. Although I do enjoy them, I am ready to move on to the next stage of the competition, the battles. Hope everyone enjoyed reading and feel free to leave some comments!
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