“The Voice” has one more week of blind auditions before the competition moves on to the next round.

Here’s a breakdown of the 28 singers who have made it on the show so far. The last two blind audition rounds will air March 15 and 22.

Team Kelly

Kenzie Wheeler

All four “Voice” coaches fought for a chance to work with country singer Kenzie Wheeler, whose performing history includes opening for country legend Charlie Daniels.

Wheeler kicked off season 20 of “The Voice” performing Keith Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes.” Clarkson wanted the 22-year-old singer from Florida so badly that she used her one and only block of the round to keep country star Blake Shelton from snagging Wheeler for his team.

Her tactic worked.

Wheeler went with Clarkson, who has previously worked with two country singers who went on to win “The Voice.”

Corey Ward

For singer Corey Ward, the second time’s the charm — at least when it comes to “The Voice.”

The 34-year-old singer from Hartsville, South Carolina, didn’t get a chair turn when he auditioned on this past season of “The Voice.” But Ward came back, and this time around, impressed the coaches with the emotion in his voice.

“I love a passionate performer, and you are that,” said Clarkson, who Ward picked to be his coach. “A lot of people can sing, but not a lot of people can move me.”

Gean Garcia

Blake Shelton used his one and only block of the round to try to get Gean Garcia on his team.

“I’m that passionate about your voice,” Shelton told the 19-year-old singer from Texas after his performance of Kodaline’s “All I Want.”

The performance got a chair turn from Shelton, Clarkson and Jonas — who Shelton blocked. Legend, meanwhile, complimented Garcia’s voice and even called it “a little haunting.”

“I’m really excited to see what you do on this show,” Legend said.

But despite Shelton’s use of a block, the teenager ended up going with Clarkson.

“You moved me,” Clarkson said. “That’s the whole point. I think you’re going to go far.”

Halley Greg

Clarkson was the only coach to turn for Halley Greg, a singer from Seattle who impressed all of the judges with her expressive voice — Legend even called Greg’s performance “poetic.”

“This is the most awesome feeling ever!” Clarkson said of automatically getting Greg, 29, on her team. “Your voice is so pure and it’s so intimate and it’s so beautiful.”

Ryleigh Modig

Clarkson believed Ryleigh Modig’s performance of Billie Eilish’s “When the Party’s Over” should have been a four-chair turn. In the end, though, the 18-year-old singer from Massachusetts had her choice between Clarkson and Jonas.

Although Jonas told Modig that she had “the kind of voice and tone that speaks to my soul,” Modig ended up choosing Clarkson to help her move forward on “The Voice.”

Gihanna Zoe

One of the younger singers in the competition, 17-year-old Gihanna Zoe started out her audition a little shaky. But as her performance of Sara Bareilles’ “She Used to Be Mine” went on, Zoe’s voice grew in confidence and led to both Clarkson and Jonas turning their chairs.

Both coaches said they could help Zoe focus on handling her nerves. Ultimately, though, the singer from California — who began singing in church when she was just 6 years old — chose to move forward with Clarkson.

JD Casper

It looked like JD Casper wouldn’t be making it past the audition round. But as his performance of The Fray’s “‘How to Save a Life” came to an end, Clarkson turned her chair and secured the 28-year-old singer for her team.

Casper is one of the more unique artists on the show this season — his audition featured him singing and playing multiple instruments.

“If you expect to make it on this show, you’re gonna have to step it up, man,” Shelton joked. “Singing and playing three instruments at the same time just may not cut it.”

Although Casper ended up with Clarkson by default, the singer from Austin, Texas, said she was his first choice anyway, as his two children are big fans of her music.

Team Legend

Victor Solomon

Victor Solomon performed “Glory” for his blind audition, a song co-written by Legend. The 22-year-old singer got a chair turn from everybody but Clarkson, and his audition marked the first time in show history Legend has ever turned for a contestant singing one of his original songs, the Deseret News previously reported.

“I’ve literally zero times turned for someone singing my song,” Legend said. “It’s just I scrutinize it more heavily than I normally would. But, I was like, ‘I don’t need to do that.’ I was like, ‘He’s doing some things I haven’t done that are better than what I would do with this song.’”

That was enough to convince Solomon to join Team Legend.

Carolina Rial

One of the youngest singers so far on this season of “The Voice,” Carolina Rial got her pick between Legend and Jonas. Her performance of Sam Smith’s “Stay with Me” wowed all of the judges — especially when they learned her age.

“What a tour de force that performance was,” Legend told the 17-year-old singer from New Jersey. “Your range was just exquisite, your control was insane. ... You breathed new life into the song. This was so exciting for me to watch and I would love to work with you.”

Legend got his wish.

Ciana Pelekai

Both Legend and Jonas wanted singer Ciana Pelekai on their team — but Legend used his one and only block of the round against Jonas during the audition, so Pelekai, a 20-year-old singer from Hawaii, ended up with him by default.

Christine Cane

Christine Cane’s blind audition for “The Voice” marked her fourth performance ever.

“I think it’s the kind of scary that’s going to change my life,” the 27-year-old singer from Pasadena, California, said before she went on stage to perform Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar.”

In the end, Cane had her pick between Clarkson and Legend. Cane chose Legend, who said he was “captured” by the tone and energy of her voice.

Durrell Anthony

Legend turned instantly when he heard Durrell Anthony start to sing Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On.” Having his pick between Legend and Clarkson, the 34-year-old singer from Kansas ended up going with Legend, who praised his rendition of the classic song.

Pia Renee

It almost looked like no one would turn for Pia Renee, but at the last minute, both Shelton and Legend took a chance on the 37-year-old singer from Illinois.

Renee, who considers herself an R&B/soul/reggae singer, ended up going with Legend.

Deion Warren

Deion Warren’s unique version of the popular song “Shallow” got three chair turns and praise from all of the “Voice” coaches.

Both Jonas and Clarkson said they believed Warren, a 28-year-old singer from North Carolina, could make it all the way to the show’s finale. Shelton told Warren he didn’t turn his chair because he had made a promise to an artist on his team not to pick another musician who was stylistically similar.

Warren ended up going with Legend, who said he loved the song choice and was impressed with the way Warren had delivered his own take on the well-known song.

Team Blake

Cam Anthony

At 19, Cam Anthony already has an impressive performing history. The singer from Philadelphia previously went viral for his rendition of Bruno Mars’ “When I Was Your Man” and ended up on “The Ellen Show.” He also performed at the White House Easter Egg Roll during Barack Obama’s presidential administration.

For his “Voice” audition, Anthony performed Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down.” Shelton, Legend and Jonas all turned for the teenager. Jonas, who said Anthony had a “finale voice,” used his only block of the round to prevent Legend from being able to snag the singer.

But ultimately, Anthony ended up going with Shelton, who promised not to pick another singer that was stylistically similar — something that would improve Anthony’s chances of going far on the “The Voice.”

Pete Mroz

Pete Mroz, 45, once had a dream of being a country superstar.

“I thought I was going to be the next Garth Brooks,” he said in a clip that aired before his audition.

Mroz began pursuing country music when he was 19. In Nashville, he was in a group called the Young Riders — a songwriting/singing group Shelton was actually a part of several years ago. The two even once sang together as part of that group.

Calling it a “full-circle moment,” Mroz chose Shelton to be his coach.

“This show is such an amazing opportunity to show my family and especially my son that you never stop chasing your dreams,” he said.

Aaron Konzelman

At 39, Aaron Konzelman has a lot of music experience — he and his wife have been writing and performing together for 18 years. Following his performance of Duran Duran’s “Ordinary World,” Konzelman had his choice between Shelton and Legend. The singer from Waco, Texas, ended up going with Shelton, who told him, “We don’t get a lot of artists like you on this show.”

Ethan Lively

Shelton was the only one to turn for 17-year-old Ethan Lively, a country singer from Tennessee. One of the younger performers this season, Lively sang a rendition of the George Strait classic “You Look so Good in Love.”

Being on the show is a surreal moment for Lively, who has been singing since he was 3 and watching “The Voice” since the show premiered when he was 7.

Avery Roberson

Avery Roberson’s audition has already been viewed more than 1 million times on YouTube. The 20-year-old country singer from North Carolina got a chair turn from all four “Voice” coaches after singing Tim McGraw’s “If You’re Reading This.”

“I turned for you before any of the other coaches because I heard a beautiful, beautiful voice,” Legend said. “And that’s what this show is about, finding great voices to be heard by the rest of the country.”

Roberson, who started out as a pop singer before switching to country, chose to move forward with Shelton.

Emma Caroline

Blake Shelton was visibly excited that Emma Carolina chose him over Clarkson. The 25-year-old singer from Alabama performed Kacey Musgraves’ “Slow Burn” and impressed both coaches with her unique sound and style.

“I’m so excited, because you bring something that we don’t get to see that often,” Shelton said. “You have more of a mountain-sounding voice, which I love.”

Connor Christian

After performing Gary Clark Jr.’s “Bright Lights,” Connor Christian had three coaches who wanted him. In the end, though, the 23-year-old singer from Ohio went with the coach who turned first: Shelton.

“I’m pumped right now. We have people that come up here and sing rock, and then we have people that come up here and just rock, and that’s what you just did,” Shelton said, adding that he was impressed by how Christian controlled the stage. “I am absolutely blown away at your talent.”

Team Nick

Dana Monique

Dana Monique, a 41-year-old singer from Houston, had her pick between Jonas and Legend after her blind audition. To the surprise of all of the “Voice” judges, Monique — who cites Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner as some of her biggest influences — ended up choosing Jonas over Legend.

“You just made my year,” Jonas said.

Devan Blake Jones

To Jonas’ surprise, he was the only coach to turn around for singer Devan Blake Jones.

“That was phenomenal. I think these other coaches are absolutely insane for not turning their chairs,” he said after Jones showed off a wide vocal range while performing “Hard Place” by H.E.R.

“We’re here in this first stage of the competition to find a lot of potential, and someone that we can work with to help them grow, and I feel like there’s so much there, and I’m so excited to get to work with you,” Jonas told the 35-year-old singer from Denver.

Raine Stern

Jonas called her one of the more unique performers on the show. At 22 years old, Raine Stern plays multiple instruments, and writes and arranges the music for her nine-piece band.

After her audition, Stern, who is from Madison, Wisconsin, had her pick among Jonas, Shelton and Legend.

“I’m a fool,” Clarkson said. “I should’ve turned around.” 

“You are a rare find, and you’re about to have your moment in the music industry,” Shelton added.  

Stern, who performed MGMT’s “Electric Feel” for her audition, ended up going with Jonas.

Zae Romeo

Zae Romeo, a 21-year-old singer from Texas, got a turn from all four coaches on “The Voice.” His performance of Harry Styles’ “Falling” has already been viewed more than 1 million times on YouTube.

“What a unique voice you have” Shelton said after Romeo’s performance.

“This is why we do the show, to work with special people like you who have a real beautiful gift and an artistic flair,” Legend said.

In the end, Romeo went with Jonas, who said: “I feel like I can get there with you, that finale and win this thing.”

Jose Figueroa Jr. 

John Legend turned pretty quickly for Jose Figueroa Jr. But the singer, who lives in Kissimmee, Florida, ended up going with Jonas — the “Voice” coach who waited until the performance was almost over to turn his chair.

Jonas called the singer “unbelievable,” and Legend said he believed it should’ve been a “four-chair turn performance.”

Andrew Marshall

Andrew Marshall ended up with Jonas by default, as the actor/musician was the only one to turn his chair during Marshall’s performance of John Mayer’s “Gravity.”

“You are now a Jonas Brother,” Legend said after the audition.

“I’ve been dreaming of being a Jonas Brother since I was like 10 years old,” Marshall responded with a laugh.

Both Legend and Kelly Clarkson praised the 21-year-old singer from Massachusetts for his “lovely” voice and tone.

Bradley Sinclair

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After his blind audition, Bradley Sinclair had a choice between Jonas and Clarkson. Clarkson knew it wasn’t even a competition when Sinclair asked Jonas if they could “sing some old-school Jonas Brothers stuff” together.

“And I just lost,” Clarkson said with a laugh.

To no one’s surprise, Sinclair, a 22-year-old singer who lives in Nashville, chose Jonas to be his coach.

Note: After the blind auditions end on March 22, the show will move forward with the Battle round starting March 29. Going forward, “The Voice” airs Mondays on NBC at 7 p.m.

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