'The Voice' 2021: Who Made the Teams on Night 5 of Season 20 Blind Auditions?

The teams are nearly full on the 20th season of The Voice.

Following the fifth round of Blind Auditions, coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Nick Jonas all have nine members on their teams. As expected, there are some standout talents who have made the cut so far, including one singer who scored a four-chair turn during night five of Blind Auditions on Monday.

'The Voice' 2021: Who Made the Teams
Zania Alake appears on the 20th season of "The Voice." The singer joined coach John Legend's team following her Blind Audition on March 15, 2021. Tyler Golden/NBC

Get acquainted with the latest batch of artists to join Season 20 of The Voice down below.

Team Blake

Jordan Matthew Young

Bluegrass and folk singer Jordan Matthew Young captured the attention of Clarkson and Jonas right away with his cover of the Keith Whitley song, "I'm No Stranger to The Rain." Shelton admitted that Young started out a little shaky, but the way he switched up his performance about halfway through convinced Shelton that the 34-year-old singer was worth the turn.

A Utah native-turned-Texan, Young taught himself to play the guitar and piano when he was just a kid. He went on to play in his high school's marching band, and after moving in with his father, he managed to help reshape and reinvent the sound of his new school's marching band. That led the school to hire him to run the school's music program after he graduated, which Young did until he decided to set out on his own and become a solo singer. For the past decade, Young has toured across the country performing the blues.

Savanna Chestnut

Shelton was the only coach to turn for 25-year-old Savanna Chestnut during her country take on the Thompson Twins' "Hold Me Now." The coaches really enjoyed her interpretation of the song, but Legend and Clarkson said the selection didn't quite show off her vocals well enough. Shelton thought Chestnut showed her writer's side by completely flipping the song, but he assured her that he was going to push her to really display her talent more aggressively.

"You've got a great voice, and you've got to start believing that right now. You're this close. You're ready for this," he said.

Born and raised in Kansas, Chestnut fostered her love of performing while singing during karaoke nights at her grandparents' bar. Although she's long pursued a profession as a singer and performed gigs all over in her home state, she joined The Voice in hopes of expanding her career beyond the Midwest.

Team Blake members so far: Cam Anthony, Pete Mroz, Anthony Konzelman, Ethan Lively, Emma Caroline, Avery Roberson, Connor Christian, Jordan Matthew Young, Savanna Chestnut

Team Kelly

Savanna Woods

Jonas nearly had Woods safely on his team, since he was the first and only coach to turn for 26-year-old Savanna Woods early into her chilling performance of "Zombie" by The Cranberries. But at the last minute, Clarkson turned for the singer, explaining that Woods' "creepy vibe" won her over. Clarkson said Woods had a sound that felt like "Patty Griffin and Nirvana had a baby."

A Washington state native, Woods comes from a family full of singers. She started singing when she was very young and was even a soloist in the church choir. Woods started a band when she was 19, but has since broken out on her own as a solo musician.

Anna Grace

Twenty-year-old Anna Grace had all of the coaches swooning over her, thanks to her stunning cover of "my future" by Billie Eilish.

Legend thought Grace "made such cool choices musically" in the way that she sang the song. Clarkson, meanwhile, said Grace's performance was "so intimate and so beautiful."

Shelton liked the way Grace "walked the line" between the way Eilish approaches her vocals and Grace's own style. And Jonas said the singer was "one of the best" they've heard on the show thus far. In the end, though, it was Clarkson who got to claim Grace for her team.

Grace first started singing in church when she was young, but later gave up on music when she became insecure about her voice. She didn't start singing again until after she overcame a serious blood infection that kept her in the hospital for months when she was 17. After recovering, she found the strength to use her voice again and now leads the worship team at her church.

Team Kelly members so far: Kenzie Wheeler, Corey Ward, Gean Garcia, Ryleigh Modig, Halley Greg, Gihanna Zoë, JD Casper, Savanna Woods, Anna Grace

Team Legend

Rio Doyle

It didn't take long for Legend to turn his chair for 16-year-old Rio Doyle. She delivered an effortlessly breathtaking cover of Adele's "When We Were Young." He couldn't believe he was the only coach to turn for the Michigan native, and he was even more shocked by how young she was, considering how big her voice sounds.

"Honestly, I think none of us could tell you were 16," Legend said.

Doyle's mother performed in a band and she spent much of her childhood watching her mom sing. She grew up and formed a band of her own with friends from her church, and Doyle even performed with the group at gigs around her hometown. Now she is set on starting a solo career.

Zania Alaké

Legend and Clarkson had to battle it out for 34-year-old Zania Alaké after her riveting rendition of Anita Baker's hit song "Sweet Love." And while they both showered her with compliments, Alaké opted for Team Legend in the end.

A Detroit native, Alaké had aspirations of becoming a singer since she was very young. She attended a performing arts school and went on to study music in college. Although she has professional experience performing with local artists in her hometown—she even appeared in an Anita Baker tribute show—the mother-of-two, who works full-time as a banker, is hoping The Voice will help her make lifelong dreams of being a singer come true.

Team Legend members so far: Christine Cain, Victor Solomon, Carolina Rial, Pia Renee, Ciana Pelekai, Durell Anthony, Deion Warren, Rio Doyle, Zania Alaké

Team Nick

Rachel Mac

Jonas was the only coach to turn for 15-year-old Rachel Mac. She impressed the pop star with her heartfelt cover of Patty Griffin's "Let Him Fly." Although Mac was a Shelton superfan, her pairing with Jonas may be the best option for him, considering their similar performance history.

"Right off the bat, I could tell that you sang in theater. I come from a theater background and made a transition from theater into pop music. But I think we can work together to address some of the things the other coaches have mentioned, about just some of the vibrato—not to feel distraction but using it as a tool when it needs to be there and just approaching it from a storyteller aspect," Jonas said.

As a high school sophomore, Mac performs as a member of her school's theater program. She's also in marching band, choir and leads the youth worship team at her church.

Lindsay Joan

California native Lindsay Joan had the tough choice of picking between Shelton and Jonas, both of whom turned for her during her stellar cover of "Nightmare" by Halsey. Jonas' convincing speech about the ways he could help her shake off the nerves and build her confidence as a performer ultimately pushed Joan over to his team.

Joan began singing and writing songs when she was just 5 years old. She went on to perform as a member of a local theater in her hometown of San Diego. She moved to New York City on a whim when she was 19 and landed a part in a production of Kinky Boots.

Team Nick members so far: Dana Monique, Devan Blake Jones, Raine Stern, Zae Romeo, Andrew Marshall, Jose Figueroa Jr., Bradley Sinclair, Rachel Mac, Lindsay Joan