Nineteen-year-old Pip was a semifinalist on the first Glee Project before blowing away The Voice judges with his blind audition. All four judges turned around and fought for the talented singer. Pip chose to go with Team Adam.
He didn't get unanimous support from the judges for either his battle round or live performances. But viewers liked his rendition of The Killer's "When You Were Young" enough to vote him into the quarter-finals. Or tween girls think he's cute. Either way, he continues in the competition.
Seventeen-year-old RaeLynn grew up on a Texas farm. Her version of Pistol Annies' "Hell on Heels" turned the chairs of both Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. She went with Team Blake.
Her performance of Maroon 5 garnered the country singer enough viewer votes to move into the quarter finals.
13. Jamar Rogers
Twenty-nine-year-old Jamar Rogers has struggled with homelessness, been addicted to meth and auditioned for American Idol.
Now he's on Team Cee Lo and his live performance of Lenny Kravitz's "Are You Gonna Go My Way" got him a standing ovation from two judges--and enough votes to move Rogers into the quarter finals.
14. Juliet Simms
Twenty-five-year-old Juliet Simms is the lead singer and guitarist for the band Automatic Loveletter.
Her blind audition nearly caused a brawl between Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera, but Simms chose instead to go with Team Cee Lo. She easily won her battle round against folk singer Sarah Golden and her live performance got the audience on their feet. Her unique rendition of The Police's "Roxane" made the song her own, and had the judges saying Simms' performance was the best of the night.
15. Jordis Unga
Twenty-five-year-old Jordis Unga first wowed audiences back in 2005 when she made into the final five on the CBS reality competition Rock Star: INXS. She has also performed in several bands and worked with Grammy-winning artists and Oscar-nominated songwriters.
On The Voice, Unga's blind audition of "Maybe I’m Amazed" by Paul McCartney impressed three judges (Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, and Cee Lo Green). Unga joined Team Blake. After (barely) winning her battle with Brian Fuente, Unga had a shaky start on her live performance of Heart's "Alone."
Still, judge Christina Aguilera praised Unga's "unique" arrangement and said, "You stand alone in a category all of your own." Voters agreed enough to move Unga forward into the quarter finals, but she needs to have the self-confidence boost her talent warrants.
16. Erin Wilett
If there is a sympathy vote, Erin Wilett deserves it. The 22-year-old's dad had been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer and he passed away during The Voice battle rounds.
Wilett channeled her grief into her performances on Team Blake. She successfully battled Gwen Sebastian, and her soulful performance of Stevie Wonder's "Living for the City" got her into the quarter-finals.