The Voice recaps the best moments from the blind auditions of season 9, which managed to round up a lot of young and certainly talented artists on the show. As they replayed the best of the blinds, the coaches share how they built their incredible teams and discuss what threats the other coaches pose.

According to the other coaches, Pharrell’s approach is to play it cool and keep it humble. But even with all his modesty, Blake said he felt most threatened by Team Pharrell. Going into the battle rounds next week, Pharrell will coach his team with the help of Missy Elliott.  

Team Pharrell

Mark Hood, Chicago, IL

Riley Biederer, Atlanta, GA

Ivonne Acero, Aguila, AZ

Siahna Im, Auburn, WA

Madi Davis, McKinney, TX

Darius Scott, Atlanta, GA

Sydney Rhame, Atlanta, GA

Amy Vachal, Brooklyn, NY

Duo Jubal and Amanda, Tulsa, OK

Evan McKeel, Richmond, GA

Eleste Betton, Hinesville, GA

Daria Jazmin, Los Angeles, CA

Blake typically gains the loyalty of southerners by playing his cowboy boot-wearing, name-dropping country-card. Aside from his strong southern roots, Adam said contestants usually pick Blake because they can see true friendship in him. Although Gwen claimed that Blake is probably the boss of some country mafia. Blake reveals that he’ll be bringing in Brad Pasley to help coach his team through the battle rounds.

Team Blake

Nadjah Nicole, New Castle, DE

Dustin Christensen, Orem, UT

Morgan Frazier, Nashville, TN

Cole Criske, Temecula, CA

Tyler Dickerson, Hattiesburg, MI

Blind Joe, Fargo, ND

Chris Crump, Baytown, TX

Krista Hughes, Coal City, WV

Blaine Mitchell, Fort Worth, TX

Zach Seabaugh, Marietta, GA

Barrett Baber, Fayetteville, AR

Emily Ann Roberts, Knoxville, TN

It’s no surprise that Adam fights till the end for the artists he wants. Gwen Stefani said, “Adam is one of the most competitive people I’ve ever met,” and as much as Blake hates to admit it, he said “Adam is on fire this season.” Adam will be bringing in rock legend John Fogerty to help coach his team through the battle rounds.

Team Adam

Keith Semple, Chicago, IL

Regina Love, Atlanta, GA

Dustin Monk, Jacksonville, FL

Amanda Ayala, Mahopac, NY

Viktor Kiraly, Budapest, Hungary

James Dupré, Bayou Chicot, LA

Twin Duo Andi and Alex, Green Bay, WI

Manny Cabo, Elizabeth, NJ

Chance Peña, Tyler, TX

Shelby Brown, Elberta, AL

Cassandra Robertson, Dallas, TX

Jordan Smith, Harlan, KY

After taking a break from last season, Gwen has stepped up to prove that she can hold her own in this competition. Gwen’s team is sprinkled with girls who are a resemblance of her as a young rock artist and could very well make her the first female coach to win The Voice. Gwen prepped for her battle rounds with the help of Selena Gomez.

Team Gwen

Kota Wade, Hollywood, CA

Noah Jackson, Sunderland, MA

Tim Atlas, San Jose, CA            

Korin Bukowski, Miami, FL

Jeffrey Austin, Chicago, IL

Ellie Lawrence, Crandall, GA

Braiden Sunshine, Lyme, CT

Summer Schappell, Lakehead, CA

Alex Kandel, Virginia Beach, VA

Chase Kerby, Oklahoma City, OK

Lyndsey Elm, Vacaville, CA

Hanna Ashbrook, Mount Prospect, IL

The episode ended with never before seen footage of the coaches and it’s safe to say they’re all feeling pretty confident in their teams of twelve.