The Voice released a sneak peek clip of a blind audition from Monday night’s new episode. The singer, Micah Iverson, turns three coaches’ chairs and inspires an argument between Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton.
We’ve gotten used to Kelly and new coach Nick Jonas being the main rivalry this season, but it looks like she and Blake still have it out for each other. Check out Michah’s performance below.
Micah Iverson Auditions For ‘The Voice’
In the clip, Micah performs “All I Want” by Kodaline. Kelly is the first to turn her chair, with Blake and Nick following toward the end of the audition. John Legend later tells Micah that he should have been a four-chair turn, and regrets not turning.
Micah says he loves the alt-rock genre, which Kelly and Nick can relate to. Blake isn’t quite as familiar with the style. “I don’t know what y’all are talking about,” he says. “But I don’t think it matters.”
Blake points out that he’s won the show with artists from all different genres. Kelly, meanwhile, tells Micah he could be the only male artist on her team. That inspires Blake to comment with something Kelly said earlier in the show.
Kelly Clarkson And Blake Shelton Get Into It
“Kelly was boasting earlier about how she’s so excited about having an all-female team,” Blake says, while Kelly objects to how he was framing it. She asks someone to “roll the tape.”
So, of course, the show includes a clip of Kelly saying, “I have all girls. I think I’m gonna have an all-girls team. Maybe I will not turn for men. I will just be female.”
Kelly still denies Blake’s claim, standing up in her chair to tell him, “You lie!” Micah seems to find the feud very funny, although we won’t know which of the coaches he chooses until Monday night. It’s the last night of blind auditions, so things are sure to get interesting.