The Voicereturns for its 10th season on Monday with another group of aspiring singers hoping to get Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Pharrell or Christina Aguilera to turn their chair. And this batch has a whole lot to live up to. Over the last five years, the Voice coaches have witnessed some truly incredible blind auditions.
Here are the 12 best blind auditions of all time.
12. Anthony Riley, "I Got You (I Feel Good)" (Season 8)
It's a good thing all four coaches turned around right away, because otherwise they would have missed out on Riley's smooth dance moves.
11. Judith Hill, "What a Girl Wants" (Season 4)
Judith Hill gave this song so much soul even Christina Aguilera would have been proud.
10. Melanie Martinez, "Toxic" (Season 3)
Indie versions of pop songs are a tired trope on singing competitions, but we can't help but play this Britney Spears cover on repeat.
9. Bria Kelly, "Steamroller Blues" (Season 6)
Kelly's gritty voice and country swag was in full effect during this James Taylor cover.
8. Andi and Alex , "Thank You" (Season 9)
These twin sisters showcased their precise harmonies and vocal control for this sweet duet.
7. Christina Grimmie, "Wrecking Ball" (Season 6)
Taking on Miley Cyrus can be daunting, but this YouTube star delivered one insane powerhouse performance and made it her own.
6. Javier Colon, "Time After Time" (Season 1)
The Voice's first winner was a clear frontrunner from the very beginning, when he got all four chairs to turn for this Cyndi Lauper cover.
5. Jordan Smith, "Chandelier" (Season 9)
The show's most recent winner became a fan favorite from the get-go when he showed off his impressive range on this Sia song.
4. Trevin Hunte, "Listen" (Season 3)
Even Queen Bey would have to bow down to Hunte's epic Beyonce cover.
3. Sisaundra Lewis, "Ain't No Way" (Season 6)
This Aretha Franklin song was the perfect way for Lewis to showcase her jaw-dropping range.
2. Anita Antoinette, "Turn Your Lights Down Low" (Season 7)
For Anita's second blind audition, she won over all four coaches with this unique take on Bob Marley.
1. Sawyer Fredericks, "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow" (Season 8)
Fredericks barely had sung a note when the coaches began to turn around — and for good reason. The teenager's talent was undeniable. That's why it's no surprise that Fredericks went on to win the entire eighth season.
The Voice premieres Monday at 8/7c on NBC.