India Carney performs "New York State of Mind" on "The Voice"
India Carney performs "New York State of Mind" by Billy Joel on "The Voice" US Season 8 Blind AuditionsScreenshot from The Voice YouTube Video

"The Voice" US Season 8 Blind Auditions part 4 will kick off in a few hours. Contenders will perform with the hope of making the coaches – Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams, and Christina Aguilera – turn their chairs around.

A total of 30 contestants have been selected from three auditions premiered so far. Pharell and Adam have eight contestants each in their teams, while Christina and Blake have seven each after three Blind Auditions.

"The Voice" US Season 8 Blind Auditions part 4 will be telecast at 8:00 pm EST on Tuesday on NBC Television (6.30 am IST, Wednesday) and it will be live streamed online on NBC's official website. 

On Monday, Adam Levine added five more contestants to his team. Michael Leier (20), who sang Wayne Cochran's "Last Kiss", chose Adam over Blake, and other contestants like Bren'nae DeBarge, James McNeiece, Barry Manniefield, and Nicolette Mare joined his team uncontested.

Blake Shelton added three contestants to his team on Monday. Kelsie May (15), who sang Loretta Lynn's "You're Lookin' at Country," Jacob Rummell, and Matt Snook joined Team Blake.

Pharrell Williams also had his share by roping in Kimberly Nichole, Travis Ewing, and Noelle Bybee.

Christina Aguilera also added Sonic and India Carney on Monday, taking the number of contestants in her team to 12.

Here is complete list of contestants in each team:

Team Pharell: Lowell Oakley, Meghan Linsey, Sawyer Fredericks, Anthony Riley, Mia Z, Noelle Bybee, Travis Ewing, Kimberly Nichole

Team Christina: Rob Taylor, Treeva Gibson, Gabriel Wolfchild, Joe Tolo, India Carney, Clinton Washington, Sonic

Team Blake: Sarah Potenza, Cody Wickline, Joshua Davis, Brooke Adee, Kelsie May, Matt Snook, Jacob Rummell

Team Adam: Tonya Boyd-Cannon, Blaze Johnson, Deanna Johnson, Nicolette Mare, Barry Minniefield, James McNeiece, Bren'Nae DeBarge, Michael Leier

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