Chevonne starts off shakily, not getting enough power into the notes, and she puts way too much effort in trying to strut around sassily and sexily, which I might remind her the judges CANNOT SEE, but she gets it together and cuts loose right near the end, and Blake and Cee Lo ring in simultaneously. Given how late they rang in, it's surprisingly to hear the two of them tell her how great she is, and Cee Lo asks about the pain he or the producers heard in her voice, and she explains that she had an eating disorder when she was growing up. Cee Lo tells her he's written from a place of pain himself, while Blake tells her he wants to help her find her artist's voice, both of which seem like they resonate, but in the end she picks Cee Lo, so that's one each for all the judges tonight, and one to go for each of them.
Next up: Kayla Nevarez, a 17-year-old from Mission Viejo, CA, who of course has been singing time out of mind. Her dad got her into music, but he has liver disease, so can't be there with her. He can't work either, so her mom has to, and they can't afford a house anymore, so they have seven people in a two-bedroom apartment. Aw, she's cute, and doesn't say that music is like, all the bed she needs or anything, so that's a plus as well. Kayla makes an off-the-beaten-path choice with Estelle's "American Boy," and she's sassy and interesting enough that Adam rings in almost immediately, followed not too far after by Christina. Sensing they like what they see, Cee Lo gets in on the act, so atypically, Blake is the only one sitting this one out. Christina gives her the hard sell, and she's like catnip for a girl this age, so you figure it's a done deal even though Adam tries to sell her on the fact that he's actually coached a team to a win. But no! She picks Adam, so his team is full. I knew I liked her for a reason.