The Voice Exclusive: Blake Shelton's Team Rates Their Auditions! Plus: Blake Gives Good Gloat!

Leave it to cheeky Blake Shelton to be able to recount his favorite “whining, pouting moment” of The Voice‘s Season 3 Blind Auditions. In the first of two exclusive videos, the country superstar sits down with Christina Milian to take a couple of playful digs at rival coach Adam Levine, reminisce about Terisa Griffin’s saucy tryout, and give props to two of his team members who didn’t get much airtime during the show’s initial four weeks.

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After you’ve watched that chat, you can scroll down for a second exclusive video, featuring the members of Team Blake sitting down together to take their first look at each other’s auditions. Who arrived at her tryout waiting to hear back from her doctor if she’d been diagnosed with breast cancer? Who wipes away tears while lamenting that she hates people who cry on TV? Who shows off a “power mullet”? You’ll have to press “play” to find out!

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When you’re done, hit the comments and give your assessment of Team Blake! And for all of my Voice interviews, recaps, and exclusives, follow me on Twitter @MichaelSlezakTV!

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  1. Tansy says:

    My lord, that man [Blake] is FINE!

  2. sheri says:

    I have a question about Tuesday’s show. It was a clip show, nothing new, right? I can delete it?

  3. Forwarddad says:

    Why can’t video ms post in a format that can be viewed on an iPhone m? :-(

  4. Lois Benton says:

    Blake is a terrific, caring and supportive coach, and he’s funny and charming. It’s very amusing to watch him and the other judges interacting, particularly this year. I think it’s pretty much accepted that Blake won The Voice last year, because he’s Blake. Jermaine was rock solid throughout, of course, but not particularly exciting. Juliette was inconsistent; she would be great and exciting one performance, but, when next up, not very good. Unfortunately for her, she was on the not-very-good cycle for the finals. Home viewers certainly root for the singers, but when the talent is not exciting, they probably vote for the judge/coach they like the most, so Blake had that edge in Season 2. Season 2 didn’t have much stellar talent, like Season 1. But Season 3 blows Season 1 out of the water. This time, Blake and Adam have the most exciting talent, by numbers alone, but CeeLo and Christina have their share too. So it’s really anyone’s game. I think my favorite is Gracia HArrison, and I don’t even like country music. I’d surely go see that concert.

    • kcostell says:

      I prefer to think that Jermaine, not Blake, was the person who “won The Voice last year”. I know the show doesn’t want it that way (and seemingly would prefer Jermaine to just go away), but he was the guy who was singing up there.

      • Lois Benton says:

        I agree that Jermaine is quite good, maybe best appreciated in the recordings than the live performances. His song choices on the show were sometimes a little corny, but he delivered them well. I always like to see performances that are on fire, and song competitions deliver those more reliably than televised performances by established artists. I don’t know that Jermaine was ever on fire, but he was good. De’Borah and Gracia HArrison are examples of exicitng, on-fire performances this season.

  5. sandra says:

    I love this show. Of all the singing type reality shows go this is best. The coaches are just that, not judges. They offer constructive criticism and and tips. I don’t watch the other shows because they embarrass and humiliate the contestants. So what if they are young, age doesn’t matter as this show has shown in its 1st 2 seasons. All 4 coaches have wonderful careers and fan bases. Remember also this is entertainment and I am fully entertained. Love the show, love the format…I am smiling…GO BLAKE!!!!

  6. regina says:

    Team blake has got the voice on their side. And this years one to watch out for is 16yr aol michaela paige. This little girl has a powerhouse voice. In my opinion michaela paige and blake have this season in the bag

  7. Michaela Paige so deserves this. This girl is not only an incredible voice, but also just the most amazing human being. And even better, one of the best radio show hosts at W4CY Radio brought to you by The Intertainment Network and W4WN Radio – The Women 4 Women Network. We love you Michaela.

  8. Lois Benton says:

    Suzanne Choffel. After repeated listenings to lots of these amazing singers, she’s the best.