'The Voice': Tamara Chauniece takes CeeLo Green to church

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The last night of blind auditions for Season 5 of "The Voice" brought a bit of a religious experience for one of the superstar coaches -- and, likely, the viewers at home, as well.

On Monday (Oct. 7) night, minister's daughter Tamara Chauniece took the stage to prove what she's got, belting out Beyonce's emotional ballad "1+1." Her emotional delivery earned an immediate turn from coach Christina Aguilera, while, after some consideration, CeeLo Green turned a bit later.

It was a heated debate between the two coaches, trying to prove why they were the right mentor for her. CeeLo latched onto Tamara's mention that both of her parents were ministers, mentioning that his were as well.

"I ended up being a sinner," CeeLo joked. "But it's not too late, you can save me."

"I can," she replied. "Come to Jesus." CeeLo quipped immediately: "Jesus look good."

Whether it was the religious connection or his determination, he managed to win Tamara over. She opted to join Team CeeLo, giving the returning coach a powerful addition to his slate of artists this season.

Take a look at Tamara's audition above and let us know if she managed to take you to church too?
Photo/Video credit: NBC