'The Voice' Premiere Videos: Meet the Five Contestants Who Made It Onto the Coaches' Teams
'The Voice' Premiere Videos: Meet the Five Contestants Who Made It Onto the Coaches' Teams
Meghan Carlson
Meghan Carlson
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
If you were too full of pizza and beer after the Super Bowl to tune in for last night's Voice season 2 premiere -- never fear. You'll have your second shot to watch those sassy celebrity coaches duke it out in the blind auditions tonight, and you'll be rewarded with a Prince medley if you do.

Plus: Only five lucky vocalists made it onto Teams Xtina, Adam, Blake and Cee Lo last night, and we've got the videos of their auditions right here. Take a listen and then tell us: Whose team is shaping up best so far?

Team Blake: RaeLynn
The 17-year-old cutie might have a couple vocal kinks to work out -- but what she doesn't lack is charm. Her version of Miranda Lambert's "Hell on Heels" sure had Lambert's husband Blake Shelton head over heels.



Team Xtina: Chris Mann
Chris blew the judges away with his rendition of Andrea Bocelli's "Because We Believe." But will he be able to adapt his voice to other styles of music in the upcoming battle rounds? Xtina thinks she's got the chops to mold him into a real contender.



Team Xtina: Jesse Campbell
All the judges wanted soulful Jesse to join their teams, but Xtina successfully wooed him with her promise to "fight" for him. With his sweet backstory and special treatment in this season's promos, this one's gotta go far, don't you think?



Team Cee Lo: Juliet Simms
Adam and Xtina got bogged down in bickering trying to get raspy Juliet to come their way, but just four little words from Cee Lo did the trick: "You turn me on." When Juliet's around, sexual tension abounds!



Team Adam: Tony Lucca
Xtina botched her opportunity to get Tony on her team when she failed to recognize him from their days together on The Mickey Mouse Club. Now Tony's all grown up, with a family and a rich, mature voice that Adam can't wait to mold into The Voice.





(Image courtesy of NBC)

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