During the second night of The Voice's Season 20 blind auditions Tuesday, all four coaches were facing off for the only four-chair turn of the night – 21-year-old contestant Zae Romeo.
Prior to Zae's audition, Nick Jonas was having a hard time snagging another team member, especially when Blake Shelton blocked him from the first contestant of the night. However, things were turning around for the JoBro when Zae, whose heartbreaking backstory of growing up in the foster care system, and ultimately running away from home once he and his siblings were adopted, moved the coaches and viewers at home with his cover of "Falling" by Harry Styles.
"That was spiritual," Nick told Zae. "The way you approach the higher part of your register, the vulnerability of the softer moments. The performance was phenomenal, and it really touched me. So, please, please, please come to Team Nick."
While Nick, Blake, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend all put up a good fight, in the end, Zae chose Team Nick. "After a couple of heartbreaks, it was nice to get this four-chair turn. My team is taking shape in the most incredible way because I couldn't have planned all these really different voices and genres that we're tapping into," stated Nick.