Season 13’s Blind Auditions came to a close Tuesday night on NBC's The Voice, with coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson having to be very selective as they completed their teams for the season.
The first artist of the night was Kristi Hoopes, singing “Heaven, Heartache, and the Power of Love” by Trisha Yearwood. It was a solid performance, and Hoopes rocked a throwback sound. Shelton turned first, and he was later joined by Levine and Hudson. Shelton had this one in the bag, though. Hoopes joined Team Blake, completing Shelton’s team for the season.
Michael Kight followed with a creative interpretation of “Sugar” by Maroon 5. His falsetto was strong, and he sang the song a little differently than the original without changing it too much. Naturally, Levine turned, but he wasn’t joined by any other coaches. “Obviously, you know what to do with his voice,” Cyrus said. “Great song, by the way,” Levine added. Kight joined Team Adam by default.