'The Voice': Jessica Childress proves quitting her job to audition was the right choice

Often times, contestants on singing shows speak of how they've quit their jobs and put their lives on the line to follow their dreams, and, often times, the response is: "You really shouldn't have." That wasn't the case with Jessica Childress on tonight's episode of "The Voice."Jessica, 26, admitted that she had been singing forever, but never professionally. Straight out of college, she took a job in PR, but eventually felt like she had to follow her dream. With the support of her husband, she took the leap, leading her to the stage on the NBC hit. As the final blind audition of the season, with only one spot left on Usher's team, the pressure was on for Jessica. As soon as she ripped into Bruno Mars' "Marry You," it was clear her dream was about to come true. As fellow coaches Blake Shelton and Shakira urged him to hit his button, Usher instead chose...

'The Voice': Luke Edgemon pits new coaches Shakira and Usher against each other

On the final night of blind auditions for Season 4 of "The Voice," things grew intense as new coaches Shakira and Usher were the only coaches with openings left on their teams, one spot each. As soon as former "American Idol" contestant Luke Edgemon took the stage, it was clear we were due for a war.Luke, who also appeared on "Glee" as a Dalton Academy Warbler, explained that he'd gotten his start in the church and would often perform with gospel choirs wherein he was one of the only white people singing. After moving to L.A., not only did he try-out for "Idol" a handful of times and book his "Glee" gig (both of which he declined to mention tonight), he also sang backup for Mary J. Blige and Queen Latifah.He performed a soulful rendition of Bonnie Raitt's "I Can't Make You Love Me." Both coaches, the only two whose chairs would still turn, waited...