'The Voice': Ryan Innes creates a war amongst the coaches

One of the great joys of "The Voice" is watching a four-way battle between the coaches over a contestant, as each struggle to prove that they are the coach for them. Monday's final audition (April 8), Ryan Innes, prompted just that -- and it was a treat.Ryan approached the competition with the prerequisite sad story over how he gave up a career path in medicine after getting dumped to chase his dream, putting it all on the line. At 31, he said that, while he may not be the youngest in the game, "emotion doesn't have an age."Ryan took the stage, singing John Mayer's "Gravity," and from the second his mouth opened, it was clear this was the audition of the night. Coach Adam Levine turned on the very first word, with Blake Shelton turning shortly thereafter. It took new coaches Usher and Shakira a bit longer to turn, but once Ryan hit his blues-ier...



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