'The Voice' Season 6 preview: Watch Usher declare Bria Kelly 'the voice' after her incredible audition
The more we see of Season 6 of "The Voice," the more excited we're getting about the new crop of talent the show's discovered.
First, there was Christina Grimmie and her terrific cover of "Wrecking Ball." And now, poised to give Grimmie a run for her money, is Bria Kelly, whose blind audition also earns a four-chair turn during Monday's (Feb. 24) season premiere.
Kelly takes to the stage with a knockout cover of "Steamroller Blues" and, within the first five seconds, has mainstay coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine reaching for their buttons, with Shakira following quickly behind.
Usher holds out the longest, but it's not for lack of enthusiasm. Once Kelly finishes, the returning coach makes a bold proclamation: "Ladies and gentlemen, we have just heard the voice."
So which coach wins Kelly over and lands her on their team? Well, you'll have to tune in to the premiere to see who wins that fight.
Check out Kelly's blind audition above and be sure to tune in when "The Voice" returns for Season 6 on Monday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.