17 ‘Voice’ Season 12 Auditions Worth Watching So Far (VIDEOS)

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17 ‘Voice’ Season 12 Auditions Worth Watching So Far (VIDEOS)

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17 ‘Voice’ Season 12 Auditions Worth Watching So Far (VIDEOS)

We’re one month into The Voice Season 12 — it’s time you got caught up on the key players.

The Blind Auditions are over, the Battle Rounds just concluded, and in anticipation of next week’s Knockouts, we’ve rounded up the best of the best.

Forget all of those lingering, unwatched episodes on your DVR — we’ve got everything you need right here. Click through for the 17 best performances so far!

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

17 ‘Voice’ Season 12 Auditions Worth Watching So Far (VIDEOS)
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JChosen — ”Sexual Healing”

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JChosen — ”Sexual Healing”

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The former athlete captured that raw intensity of Marvin Gaye so well Alicia Keys had to literally walk it off.

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Stephanie Rice — "Piece by Piece"

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Stephanie Rice — "Piece by Piece"

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The gal with a difficult past delivered such a heart-wrenching version of Kelly Clarkson’s ballad, the pop star herself admitted on Twitter she was moved to tears.

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Mark Isaiah — “Mercy”

Mark Isaiah — “Mercy”

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The 19-year-old’s cover of Shawn Mendes had us feeling like we were witnessing the next big pop star.

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Anatalia Villaranda — "Runaway Baby"

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Anatalia Villaranda — "Runaway Baby"

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The Bruno Mars hit is difficult for even the most seasoned performer, and yet still this 16-year-old pulled it off with ease.

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Chris Blue — "The Tracks of My Tears"

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Chris Blue — "The Tracks of My Tears"

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This guy has music in his veins, which he showed off with a flawless take on the Smokey Robinson classic.

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Lauren Duski — “You Were Meant For Me”

Lauren Duski — “You Were Meant For Me”

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The almost-dentist demonstrated her unique and striking tone with this Jewel throwback, and proved she’s in it to win it.

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Quizz Swanigan — "Who's Loving You"

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Quizz Swanigan — "Who's Loving You"

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The young former tribute artist proved talent has no age (he’s freaking 13!) by totally nailing this Michael Jackson cover.

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Casi Joy — “Blue”

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Casi Joy — “Blue”

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Not many can pull off yodeling — and even fewer to the caliber of LeAnn Rimes in her 1996 cover of the Patsy Cline original. Casi did all of that.

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TSoul — “Take Me to the River”

TSoul — “Take Me to the River”

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Though we always will associate this Al Green song with Billy the Bass, the serious soul singer almost made us forget.

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Felicia Temple — "All I Could Do Was Cry"

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Felicia Temple — "All I Could Do Was Cry"

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Etta James, is that you? Seriously, it was like this nurse was taken over by the late icon when performing her hit.

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Felicia Temple vs. Quizz Swanigan — "Titanium"

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Felicia Temple vs. Quizz Swanigan — "Titanium"

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Alicia, how dare you put two of your best singers against one another on this powerhouse Sia tune?! Of course, they both knocked it out of the part, and luckily the losing Felicia was snatched up by Blake.

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Aliyah Moulden vs. Dawson Coyle — "Walking on Sunshine"

Aliyah Moulden vs. Dawson Coyle — "Walking on Sunshine"

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Awkward choreography aside, this battle really allowed young Aliyah to shine. Plus, Dawson was still impressive enough to grab a save from Alicia!

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Anatalia Villaranda vs. Missy Robertson — "Tightrope"

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Anatalia Villaranda vs. Missy Robertson — "Tightrope"

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The challenging Janelle Monae jam did wonders for both gals, showing off Anatalia's performance skills and Missy’s spot-on vocals. It’s a true travesty no one picked up Missy with a save.

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Gaby Borromeo vs. Mark Isaiah — "Pillowtalk"

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Gaby Borromeo vs. Mark Isaiah — "Pillowtalk"

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The Zayn tune was almost unfair to Gaby, considering how perfectly it suited Mark’s register — and he definitely deserved the win. Still, sad to see Gaby go so early!

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Ashley Levin vs. Casi Joy — "How Blue"

Ashley Levin vs. Casi Joy — "How Blue"

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No wonder Adam, Gwen, and Blake all tried to steal losing Ashley after this Reba McEntire battle. Talk about an embarrassment of talent riches.

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JChosen vs. Kenny P — "I Was Made to Love Her"

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JChosen vs. Kenny P — "I Was Made to Love Her"

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It’s too bad these two couldn’t perform together every week — they sounded so great together and really were vibing to this Stevie Wonder favorite! Kenny really deserved a steal.

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Autumn Turner vs. Vanessa Ferguson — "Killing Me Softly with His Song"

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Autumn Turner vs. Vanessa Ferguson — "Killing Me Softly with His Song"

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For the second time in the battles, Alicia put two of her biggest talents up against one another on this Roberta Flack ballad. Funky, fun, and full of soul, no wonder Adam scooped up Autumn after her defeat.

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We’re one month into The Voice Season 12 — it’s time you got caught up on the key players.

The Blind Auditions are over, the Battle Rounds just concluded, and in anticipation of next week’s Knockouts, we’ve rounded up the best of the best.

Forget all of those lingering, unwatched episodes on your DVR — we’ve got everything you need right here. Click through for the 17 best performances so far!

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.