The first two episodes featuring blind auditions from a host of future talents kept fans of The Voice buzzing this week. The coaches for The Voice's ninth season include Maroon 5 lead vocalist Adam Levine, Grammy Award-winning musician and producer Pharrell, country music legend, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani, known for her rise to fame with No Doubt, as well as her solo musical and fashion design career.
Season 9 of The Voice got underway on Monday night with Jordan Smith from Kentucky setting the pace. Smith performed his rendition of "Chandelier" by Sia.
"Jordan's voice is so high it could easily be mistaken for a woman's," NBC writes, "But his range, power and pitch are all so exquisite." Audience members quickly reacted to Smith's voice with screams and applause. Jordan Smith got the nod from all four judges, opting to join Blake's team.