"The Voice" may have only been an hour in its second outing of the season, but it still managed to pack plenty of great music in that time. It also featured some great competition between the coaches as they fought for their favorite contestants. One contestants made it clear which coach he wanted when he performed a Maroon 5 song.
Josiah Hawley tackled "Sunday Morning" and he did get Adam Levine to turn his chair. But Adam wasn't alone when he did so, as both Blake Shelton and Usher were also on board for the 27-year-old singer. Even Adam thought -- hoped? -- he had this one in the bag. His closing argument was, "I’ll say one thing. You picked my song."
But while Josiah did pick Adam's song, he picked Usher to coach him into the next round. Usher was so excited, he danced his way back to his seat. Hollywood Life got a kick out of the moment, saying they "love the friendly competition."
Buddy TV was a fan of Josiah as well, calling him a more talented and better looking version of last season's Dez Duron. But Josiah wasn't the only contestant to catch people's attention. "American Idol" castoff Jon Peter Lewis returned as part of a folk duo that managed to turn all four chairs around, while Sarah Simmons joined them on Adam's team with a powerful take on Joan Osborne's "One of Us."
It's shaping up to be a great season of "The Voice," Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
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