16 Memorable Four-Chair Turns on 'The Voice'

27 performances sent all the judges swiveling. Just over half stand the test of time
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The Voice built its reputation on blind auditions – where the judges intently listen to contestants with their backs turned until they push a big red button that sends them swiveling around in anticipation of who lies on the other side. Some contestants turn one or two chairs, others none. And then there are a select few who earn the coveted four-chair turn, usually culminating in an all-out verbal brawl between the coaches in order to land that person on their team. There have been 27 four-chair turners across five seasons, producing three winners (including Season Five's Tessanne Chin) – and coach Adam Levine seems to have an uncanny knack for luring them in. Here are the 16 most memorable four-chair turns in Voice history. Katy Kroll

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