This Performance 'Broke' Kelly Clarkson on 'The Voice'

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Kelly was moved to tears by the performance, but didn't turn around. That's what Bransen wanted to hear, and he joins Team Blake.

Faith sang "Dream a Little Dream of Me" for her audition.

"I'm broken y'all!" Clarkson responded from her hiding place.

Keys, a judge on the show, was pleased by the performance.

The couples' double date nights aren't always the cleanest, with Blake remembering one particular incident at Kelly's house when he and Gwen had visited. After all, "Piece By Piece" is her own song, and it means the world to her.

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Stephanie ultimately picked Adam because she believed he could help her embrace the feeling of songs rather than technicality. Adam has 10 singers in his team so far, which means he has two slots left in his team, while the rest of the coaches can choose only one contestant each on Tuesday.

Bransen Ireland, who works as an Apple Store genius in between music gigs and raising a family, drew chair turns from Blake and Adam with his take on Don Williams' "Tulsa Time".

Blake, however, landed Bransen Ireland, a 27-year-old from Missouri who now resides in Nashville, TN, as well as Jordan Kirkdorffer, a 28-year-old accountant from in who now lives in Nashville TN, for his team. "I was like, 'I felt like I was a good interior decorator, and then I walked into Gwen's house.'" However, Blake was equally impressed by Kelly's home, admitting that she "has the biggest house I've ever been in in my life".

Sharane Calister, 24, of Des Moines, Iowa, took to the blind audition stage to sing Ed Sheeran's "Make It Rain", bringing down the house with her powerful voice and emotive performance.

Teana Boston, a 16-year-old from Stockton, CA, sang "Unfaithful" by Rihanna and sparked Kelly's attention. Blake's argument that Clarkson "crushed" the artist's vision of working with Keys failed when Kelly shot back, "That's how bad I wanted you", adding, "We could be so great". Alicia turned her chair around for the singer and said there was "unique individuality in her voice", like a mix of Florence Welch and Sia.