It was tears of joy for Gary Carpentier of Oswego who grabbed the final spot on The Voice.

Adam Levine was the only coach left with a spot to fill during the blind auditions and he waited for just the right moment. That moment came with Carpentier's performance of 'Home.' "Don't cry yet. We only started working together," Levine told Carpentier who couldn't hold in his emotions.

The blind audition was a little shaky after Levine turned his chair. "Dude, you did lose your mind when I turned. It was this smooth, rich tone and it was butter and it was perfect. Then I turned around and you made a noise unlike anything I've ever heard in my life."

Since the shaky notes came after Adam had already picked Carpentier for his team, it didn't matter. "You get to go home knowing that you were the guy that I sat here all day, driving everyone crazy waiting for," said Levine.

Carpentier isn't the only singer representing New York this year on The Voice. 16 year-old Moriah Formica of Albandy received a 4 chair turn for her performance of 'Crazy.' She chose to be on Team Miley.

Carpentier will call Hollywood home as he moves onto the Battle Rounds with homes of making the live show. The battle rounds begin Monday, October 16th on NBC at 8pm.


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