The Voice U.S. Season 8 returns Monday night, March 2, 2015, on NBC for the third episode of the ‘Blind Auditions.’

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Tonight’s episode, the strongest vocalists from across the country compete to be selected by one of the coaches and fight for a chance to win the title of being named “The Voice.”

Singer-songwriter Christina Aguilera will be joined by Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as celebrity musician coaches, while Carson Daly continues to serve as host.

Like from the previous seasons, the format features five stages of competition: the first begins with the Blind Auditions, followed by the Battle Rounds, the Knockouts, the Live Playoffs and finally, the Live Performance Shows.

Here’s the overall recap from last week premiere episode:

Team Blake Shelton:
Sarah Potenza, Cody Wickline, Joshua Davis, Brooke Adee

Team Christina Aguilera:
Rob Taylor, Treeva Gibson, Gabriel Wolfchild, Joe Tolo

Team Pharrell Williams:
Lowell Oakley, Meghan Linsey, Sawyer Fredericks, Anthony Riley, Mia Z

Team Adam Levine:
Tonya Boyd-Cannon, Blaze Johnson, Deanna Johnson

Please bookmark this page for the live recap of The Voice Season 8 ‘Blind Auditions’ Part 3. Video of their performances will be embedded below.

Kelsie May – 15 – “You’re Looking Like Country”

Kimberly Nichole 32 – “Nutbush City Limits”

Michael Leier – 20 – “Last Kiss”

Travis Ewing – 23 – “Say My Name”

Noelle Bybee (Team Pharrell), Bren’nae DeBarge (Team Adam) and James McNeice (Team Adam) all advance.

Adam decides to do a blind audition.

Sonic – “Money on my Mind”

Jacob Rummel – 18 – “Count on Me”

Barry Minniefield – 52 – “Me and Mrs Jones”

Nicolette Mare (Team Adam) Clinton Washington (Team Christina) Matt Snook (Team Blake)

India Carney – 21 – “New York State of Mind”