Watch Omaha-raised singer Hannah Goebel slay on 'The Voice'

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Trae Patton/NBCThe Voice kicked off its final week of blind auditions on Monday, with Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and Kelly Clarkson putting the finishing touches on their teams.

"You clearly know about Jimmy Buffet because you're wearing his shirt in here today", Shelton teases after referring to Levine as "Tommy Bahama" and "Ace Ventura" and joking that his shirt needed to be watered.

Calister then revealed that Clarkson might have better odds than she thought, saying, "I do love Kelly, I'm a big fan of yours".

"Not with that shirt they not". Kelly was extra choosy as she had only one spot left in her team and there was no competition with her rival coaches having filled their respective teams.

Both Levine and Shelton were highly complimentary about Skipper's abilities. She sang Kesha's song Praying, and it was attractive. Here we have yet another survivor on the stage - this time, a girl who made it through a awful auto accident that caused a head injury and facial disfiguration and also damaged her courage for performing. He said, "I believe that you were nervous because you were literally shaking in your boots, but the core of who you are as a singer is there".

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In fact, she felt so out of her comfort zone that she compared the experience to the famous scene from the 1990 romantic comedy, in which Julia Roberts' prostitute character tries to go shopping on Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive. It looked like nobody would turn their chairs for her until Adam and Blake did at the end of the performance. And she picked Blake.

So who won the singing competition competition?? Just like that, Keys' team was officially full for the season. Adam told Gary that his voice transcends all the problems in the world and made him feel like everything was going to be alright. And before the song was even over, Adam and Blake had already turned around in their chairs.

Two additional artists also joinedThe Voice cast last night.

Watch her performance on the video below.

And Shana Halligan, a 44-year-old from Los Angeles, CA, performed a unique rendition of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me own)".

Sharane Calister, 24, of Des Moines, Iowa, took to the blind audition stage to sing Ed Sheeran's "Make It Rain", bringing down the house with her powerful voice and emotive performance.