Blake Shelton and Adam Levine lobby a singer to join their teams on The Voice during the Season 6 blind auditions. For bio blogs on all the contestants, go
Blake Shelton and Adam Levine lobby a singer to join their teams on The Voice during the Season 6 blind auditions. For bio blogs on all the contestants, go here. (NBC Photo)

Don't look now, but Blake Shelton or Adam Levine might be on the verge of another title on The Voice.

Through five seasons, they've coached the winner each time.

Adam prevailed in Season 1 with Javier Colon and Season 5 with Tessanne Chin.

In between, Blake scored three straight victories with Jermaine Paul, Cassadee Pope and Danielle Bradbery.

Why might their teams be favorites again in Season 6?

It comes down to chair turns, folks. If you total up the chair turns earned by the members of the four teams during the blind auditions, Team Blake and Team Adam come out on top.

Plus, Blake and Adam each landed four singers who turned all four chairs during the blind auditions. That compares to Usher with two and Shakira with one.

That said, chair turns aren't everything on this show. Cole Vosbery turned just one with his Season 5 blind audition, yet made the top five. Jacquie Lee turned two and finished second to Tessanne.

And the best performing blind audition performance on iTunes so far in Season 6 came from the duo of Dawn and Hawkes. They turned two chairs with that performance.

Here's how the teams stack up in terms of chair turns. The number of chairs each artist turned appears in parenthesis behind his or her name. The links attached to each singer's name take you to a bio on that singer, complete with videos of pre-Voice performances.

Team Blake -- 32 chair turns