Audra McLaughlin performs "Angel from Montgomery" on The Voice. The performance turned four chairs; Audra joined Team Blake.
Audra McLaughlin performs "Angel from Montgomery" on The Voice. The performance turned four chairs; Audra joined Team Blake. (NBC Photo)

Only one singer turned all four coaches' chairs on Tuesday's blind audition episode of The Voice.

And she happened to be from Philadelphia.

Audra McLaughlin was the last singer featured, and the 21-year-old dazzled the coaches with her rendition of "Angel from Montgomery."

Usher called her voice "amazing and immaculate," but Audra opted to join Team Blake Shelton.

Other singers landing on teams during Tuesday's show included Emily B., Stevie Jo, Dani Moz, Lexi Luca, Megan Ruger, Morgan Wallen and an R&B singer who goes by Music Box.

For a recap of Tuesday's show, head here.