A contestant on The Voice blew away the judges and turned all four chairs with his powerhouse performance of Sia's hit song 'Chandelier.'
Jordan Smith, of Kentucky, shocked the judges so much that Gwen Stafani ran up to him after his audition and hugged him saying "Oh my god, You shocked me!"
"That was the most trippiest turn-around, blind audition, freakiest thing I have ever experience in my life," Stefani later said when the judges were deliberating.
"That's what make it super cool," Pharell added in agreement.
Levine praised Smith as "the most important person that has ever been on [The Voice]."
After each judge tried to win Smith, Levine ended up as the coach of choice.
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