'The Voice' Recap: One Singer Earns 4-Chair Turn on Blind Auditions Night 5

In the new episode of 'The Voice' season 22, more hopefuls take the stage in hopes of impressing the coaches, who include Camila Cabello, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and John Legend.

AceShowbiz - Season 22 of "The Voice" resumed its Blind Auditions on Monday, October 3. In the new episode, more singers took the stage in hopes of impressing the coaches, Camila Cabello, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and John Legend.

The first singer of the night was Kique, who sang "Beautiful Girls" by Sean Kingston. Kique is from Miami, Florida and is Cuban American, just like Camila. Blake turned his chair first and Gwen followed next. Eventually, Kique picked Gwen as his coach.

Later, Hillary Torchiana took the stage to sing "Easy on Me" by Adele. She went to Team Blake as he was the only one who turned for her. As for Manu, she showcased her skills by performing "Shallow" by Lady GaGa. Unfortunately, no one turned for the 18-year-old singer.

The next performer was sister duo The Marilynds, who belted out "What If I Never Get Over You" by Lady Antebellum (Lady A). Camila and John hit their buttons for the duo. Camila believed she could be the best coach for them as she was in a girl group once. However, they went with Team John.

Singing "Turning Tables" by Adele was SOLsong, who joined Team John as he was the only one who turned for the soulful singer. Also going to Team John was Kara McKee who performed "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell.

Later, Zach Newbould hit the stage to sing "Use Somebody" by Kings of Leon. Gwen and Camila turned their chairs for him. Camila praised his "amazing" tone, while Gwen noted that she's been an artist way longer than her fellow coaches. Eventually, Zach chose Camila as his coach.

The next singer was Lana Love, who performed "Candy" by Mandy Moore. John hit his button, but no one else followed. So, Lana automatically went to Team John. Daysia, meanwhile, opted to sing "Crazy" by Patsy Cline. Both Blake and Gwen turned and Daysia picked Team Gwen.

Performing "Ain't Worth the Whiskey" by Cole Swindell was Conner Sweeny. He's a big Blake fan but no one turned for him. Up next was Ansley Burns, who sang "Unchained Melody" by Righteous Brothers. She, unfortunately, didn't get a turn. Also not getting a turn was Manassah Samone, who sang "Rescue" by Lauren Daigle.

The final performer that night was Bodie. Singing "You Found Me" by The Fray, he impressed all judges as they gave him a 4-chair turn. The California singer eventually went to Team Blake.

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