Three Michiganders -- including two teens -- were selected Monday to sing on this season of NBC's "The Voice."
Rachel Mac, 15, of Romeo in northern Macomb County, Rio Doyle, 16, of Adrian, and Zania Alaké', 34, of Detroit were picked during a blind audition phase.
Mac, who attends Romeo High School, will sing on Nick Jonas' team. He was the only coach to turn his chair around during her performance of Patty Griffin's "Let Him Fly." She had said beforehand that her first choice was another coach, country singer Blake Shelton.
Doyle will sing on the team of John Legend, who was the only coach to turn around during her performance of Adele's "When We Were Young."
Alaké', a banker, sang Anita Baker's "Sweet Love." Two coaches, Legend and Kelly Clarkson, turned around. She picked Legend.
Watch their performances below.