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10/08/2013 04:05 am ET Updated Oct 08, 2013

'The Voice' Blind Auditions Draw To A Close, Michael Lynch Inspires Duet With Christina Aguilera (VIDEO)

It was the final night of blind auditions on "The Voice," which meant the coaches were finalizing their teams. One contestant who certainly demanded their attention was 27-year-old Michael Lynch. He blew them away by tackling Enrique Iglesias', "Bailamos."

The bigger surprise may have come when the chairs turned around. Michael is Irish. He just learned Spanish in school and fell so in love with the language that he chose to sing in Spanish. Then, he took it a step further by choosing to work with Christina Aguilera. What he didn't know was how quickly she wanted to start working with him.

Inspired by his performance, Christina jumped out of her seat. "Give me a mic! Let’s, let’s do a little salsa," she shouted before breaking into an impromptu duet with the latest member of Team Christina.

Over at Hollywood Life, Jordan Clifford called that moment a great "sneak peek" at what's to come as the season progresses. Buddy TV's Esther Gim had a feeling Christina would want him, calling them a "match made in heaven."

Tuesday night's episode is a "Best of the Blinds," but then its time to move on to the Battle Rounds. "The Voice" continues on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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