Blake Shelton's team on NBC's 'The Voice' continues to grow.  He added two more singers to his team during round two of the blind auditions last night, including a non-country singer.

Gwen Sebastian had Blake spinning his chair around with her version of Sugarland's 'Stay.'  He wasn't the only one Gwen impressed.  Judges Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine also spun their chairs, meaning they wanted Gwen on their team.  Since she's a huge Blake Shelton fan and he's a country star, it came as no surprise, she choose to be on Blake's team.  Watch her audition

 

Gwen Sebastian 'Stay'

The surprise of the night came when Alica Key's backup singer Jermain Paul had to choose between Cee Lo and Blake, who both turned their chairs.  You would have assumed the soulful singer would choose Cee Lo, but you'd be wrong.  It should be an interesting match.  Check out his audition of Avril Lavigne's 'Complicated.'

Jermaine Paul 'Complicated'

Gwen and Jermaine join RaeLynn who Blake choose in the first round of auditions. Watch RaeLynn sing 'Hell on Heels.'

RaeLynn 'Hell on Heels'

'The Voice' scored big in the ratings war.  Depending on which story you read, anywhere between 34 and 37 million people tuned in to the premiere after the Super Bowl.  That's the biggest audience for a non sporting event since the finale of 'Friends.'  Tune in next Monday night on NBC for round 3 of 'The Voice' auditions.