"The Voice" wrapped up its second and penultimate week of blind auditions for Season 4 on Tuesday night, with each of its four coaches adding two singers to his or her team.
Usher added 20-year-old former Ford model Audrey Karrasch, who was excited to show her stuff to the coaches, but not quite as thrilled as her mom, who gushed, "I'm so excited I could pee." She sang "Price Tag," spinning Blake Shelton and Usher, and while it looked like she might go Shelton's way, before anyone even had a chance to ask, she blurted out to the newer coach, "OK, Usher, I'll do it. I pick Usher."
Usher also made a last-second button push to pick up Berklee College of Music grad Orlando Dixon, calling him a "diamond in the rough." Dixon, who'd sung "So Sick" a bit sedately, couldn't have been more delighted. "This is my idol right here," he said of his new coach, "seriously."
Shakira was the only one to turn for 19-year-old Brandon Roush, a long-haired rocker who works with autistic kids and who showed off his unusual tone on "With a Little Help From My Friends." "You won't be sorry," Roush assured her, sweetly. "I promise you."