AceShowbiz - The Monday, October 15 episode of "The Voice" season 15 marked both the final night of Blind Auditions and the first night of Battle Rounds. After wrapping the Blind Auditions in the two-hour episode, the NBC show moved to the Battle Rounds rightaway in the same episode. Find out who made to the next round.
Blind Auditions kicked off with a performance by Emily Hough, who sang "Big Yellow Taxi" by Joni Mitchell. Her quirky, lullaby voice impressed Adam Levine who later turned his chair for her. Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson appeared to be keen to have her on their teams. Eventually, Emily chose Team Adam.
Lisa Ramey then took the stage to sing a rendition of Pink's "Beautiful Trauma". Unfortunately, no one turned for her. Up next was Katrina Cain from Texas. She performed Fleetwood Mac's "Rihannon" while playing the keyboard. Blake Shelton and J. Hud turned their chairs, but Katrina went to Team Blake.
The last performer in Blind Auditions was Matt Johnson, who opted to sing "Never Too Much" by Luther Vandross. She picked Team J. Hud.
Then, Battle Rounds started with a battle between SandyRedd and Cody Ray Raymond from Team Kelly. Kelly with advisor Thomas Rhett chose "Cry to Me" by Solomon Burke, a soundtrack of "Dirty Dancing". The two were equally good, Kelly chose Cody. Adam and the other judges tried to steal SandyRedd, though SandyRedd picked Team J. Hud.
The next battle was between Team Blake's Michael Lee and Joey Green. Blake and advisor Keith Urban picked Bonnie Raitt's "Thing Called Love" for them to sing. Blake chose Michael Lee with no one stealing Joey.
Performing the final performance that night were Patrique Fortson and Colton Smith from Team J. Hud. Alongside her advisor Halsey, J. Hud chose Blake Shelton's "God Gave Me You" for them. J. Hud eventually picked Patrique over Colton. But Colton's journey wasn't over because Blake hit his button to steal him.