Night two of The Voice 2012 season 3 premiere brings us the second round of the blind auditions and another group of (hopefully) fabulous performers. Coaches Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine already have some great singers for their teams from last night’s performances. Tonight on The Voice season 3, they will have to make more tough decisions as they fill up the slots on their teams with the best talent they can manage to convince to take them on as their mentor.


This post contains The Voice 2012 season 3 spoilers from blind auditions round 2. Please stop reading here if you do not want to know what happened!

The Voice 2012 season 3 premiere week continues tonight with round 2 of the blind auditions. Last night, the coaches selected 8 contestants to join their teams. Several of the singers, including 18-year-old New York native Trevin Hunte, blew the socks off the judges. Hunte received a standing ovation from the coaches and the crowd, but the majority of the chosen singers received very strong positive reactions. The roster of singers chosen on The Voice 2012 season 3 premiere show last night are:

Team Blake Shelton: Terry McDermott, Gracia Harrison
Team Christina Aguilera: De’Borah, Devon Deloera
Team Adam Levine: Bryan Keith, Joe Kirkland
Team Cee Lo Green: Daniel Rosa, Trevin Hunte

Tonight I’m personally hoping for an awesome rocker girl or two added into the mix. I’m also hoping not to hear any more way overdone ‘talent reality TV’ songs like “Son of a Preacher Man” from last night’s show. Blah. Please spare me the Adele, the Aretha Franklin or anything that was a hit between the years of 1955 and 1979. I’m just so over it.

The first contestant up in round 2 of the blind auditions is New York City waitress/bartender Adrianna Louise singing “Domino”. Adrianna smokes it, making all four judges spin their chairs around — first Adam, then Cee Lo, followed by Christina and Blake — and give her a standing ovation. Christina thinks they are a match made in heaven and she has to join her team. Adam drowns Adrianna in praise as well, but she decides Christina is the coach for her.

The next singer up is 22-year-old Casey Muessicman singing “Sweet Home Alabama”. He does a decent job and manages to get Blake and Cee Lo Green to turn their chares. Adam tells the country boy just to pick Blake and be done with it. Casey just does that.

We have another successful singer up next with Aquile from Wyoming singing “Your Song”. He prompts Adam, Christina and Cee Lo to turn their chairs. Adam piles on the praise, telling him he was great from the very first note. Christina says she is very drawn to his voice and she wants him to give her a private concert… Well, apparently Aquile is into that idea because he chooses Christina as his coach.

Sadly the next performer, Ryan Fogarty, does not snag any coaches to his cause with his performance of “Tomorrow” despite a personal recommendation from LeAnn Rimes. They just do not feel he brings anything special to the table. Ouch.

The next performer is Mackenzie Bourg with “Pump Up The Kicks”. While he gives a nice performance, he only gets one judge, Cee Lo Green, to turn his chair. Blake says he liked Mackenzie’s Harry Potter vibe and Christina says she liked him, but Cee Lo was the only one to push his button. He says he is surprised the other judges didn’t. Since he is the only one to choose from, Mackenzie now has Cee Lo as his coach.

The last singer of the evening is Julio Cesar Castillo performing “La Bamba” in Spanish. Blake spins his chair like a top and his eyes glisten with avid interest. Cee Lo Green also turns his chair. Blake tells Julio he had to turn his chair immediately for that voice. The audience is all over Julio and cheering like mad for him. Julio decides to choose Blake as his coach.

That’s it for the second round of The Voice season 3 blind auditions. Join us here again Wednesday night for the next round! Bookmark us or friend us on Facebook or Twitter for all the latest celebrity gossip, entertainment news, TV recaps and more!

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