Lansing singer makes it through blind audition on "The Voice"

Lansing singer makes it through blind audition on

The Voice Season 13 kicked off on Monday, September 25, 2017, with a new panel of celebrity judges and talent hoping to make it past the blind auditions.

The next artist to audition was Janice Freeman, who sang "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons.

And while Adam and Blake have promised to try to dial down the barbs this year (both knowing they won't be able to play nice for too long), Miley's on a mission to win it all, while Jennifer is coming in strong with some solid advice for the auditioners.

It turns out that wasn't even the first time Hudson had done that to the singer, Chris Weaver. In the feature, Cyrus revealed that she loves seeing Shelton and Hudson giving their all whenever they want to get the same artist.

Finally, 26-year-old Native American Brooke Simpson - who started singing with her parents when she was just seven took the stage.

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Miley cuts him off: "No, it's not!" LOL!

Esera Tuaolo chose Team Blake and it will be interesting to see if he changes his vocal and breathing approach.

Virginia schoolteacher Brandon Showell auditioned next, singing "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" by Shawn Mendes. The 26-year-old from Lansing, Michigan, only got on chair turn and it was from Hudson, so he joins her team by default. Weaver opted to go with her because "we come from a similar place". Rounding out her wins for the night was soul singer Lucas Holiday, who won her over with his rendition of Maxwell's "This Woman's Work". She joined Team Miley.

Hudson showed off her own pipes and added some excitement to the end of the night by singing with Holliday.

You can catch the season 13 premiere of The Voice tonight at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. She drew a four-chair turnaround with her take on Demi Lovato's "Stone Cold", leading to a heated battle between the judges for the right to have the singer on his or her team.