'The Voice' Blind Auditions Recap: Coaches Getting Pickier in Night 6
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Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson still have two spots left in their respective teams, while there were 3 more slots for Adam Levine and Kelly Clarkson's teams.

AceShowbiz - Night 6 of Blind Auditions of "The Voice" season 15 aired on Tuesday, October 9. More hopefuls took the stage to showcase their amazing set of pipes in hopes of a spot in the judges' teams. Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson still had two spots left in their respective teams, while there were 3 more slots for Adam Levine and Kelly Clarkson's teams.

First performing that night was country singer Caeland Garner. Both J. Hud and Blake loved his voice, leading them to turn their chairs for Caeland. "I gotta say, man, your voice is so unique, and it sounds like it comes from a different period in time," Blake raved. "You seem like a singer/songwriter from the '70s, you know, like a Jim Croce." Caeland eventually chose Team Blake.

Madison Cain later took the stage to sing "You Oughta Know" by Alanis Morissette. The coaches enjoyed her performance, but no one unfortunately turned their chairs for her. Madison's journey didn't stop there though, since the 5th coach Kelsea Ballerini picked her as her final artist for The Comeback Stage.

15-year-old Lela followed it up with a performance of "Havana" by Camila Cabello feat. Young Thug. Kelly loved her voice so much that she turned her chair almost immediately. J. Hud also did right before Lela finished her performance. "I just thought you were so cool, man. I'm so excited you're on the show," Kelly said. Lela picked Team J. Hud.

Cody Ray Raymond stunned the judges with a rendition of "Born Under a Bad Sign" by Albert King that perfectly showcased his bluesy voice. Again, Kelly and J. Hud hit their buttons. But this time, Kelly won over J. Hud as Cody went to Team Kelly.

Next up was Jake Wells. He opted for "When the Stars Go Blue" by Ryan Adams. Kelly said that she loved the song, but it seemed like it was not enough to make her turn her chair. Adam then decided to give Jake a chance as he pushed his button at the last second. Calling him "different," Adam said, "And to not reward that on this show would be the antithesis of what this show is." Jake was automatically on Team Adam.

Abby Cates attempted to impress the coaches with a performance of "Scars to Your Beautiful" by Alessia Cara. It didn't took long for Kelly to know that she was what she was looking for as she turned her chair. Kelly was the only one did, so Abby went to Team Kelly.

Rounding out the night was Funsho, who sang "Finesse" by Bruno Mars. Adam was the first one to turn his chair and it was quickly followed by J. Hud. Kelly also hit her button after she was seen grooving to the song. Funsho eventually chose Team Adam.

Blind Auditions for this season is almost over as there's only one more audition episode to go. Season 15 of "The Voice" airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 P.M. on NBC.

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