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'The Voice' recap: Season 5 blind auditions end strong
'The Voice' recap: Season 5 blind auditions end strong

Season 5 blind auditions, we hardly knew ye. "The Voice" coaches topped off their teams of 12 on Monday night as the first round of the competition rolled to an end. The coach button-pushing, chair-turning, preening and pleas culminated, as it generally does, in a chorus of boasts about talent, diversity and capturing the big prize. Adam Levine, who'd started the evening with two spots left on his team, was the first to fill all his spots. Right off the bat he nabbed returnee Matt Cermanski, a 20-year-old from Phoenixville, Pa., who'd failed to turn a single chair last season with his nervous take on Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream," a song that even he...

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