Turner got a standing ovation from the judges, including Bryan, who said he "couldn't quit watching" her, adding, "You're quirky and insane Catie, but we love you".
Catie and Andy's chemistry pays off, as their energetic duet of Grammer's "Good to Be Alive" gets the whole joint jumping.
Catie was told she pulled off "incredible harmonies" and was "soaring all over the place". Her unique look combined with timeless, towering vocals make her a dark-horse favorite to win. "I feel like it's turned out OK for them", she eventually yelled out. The swoonworthy Cade Foehner is up next with Bishop Briggs.
Long-locked rocker Cade is paired up with Bishop Briggs, and the two set out to tackle INXS's ballad "Never Tear Us Apart". Luke asked him if he wanted to come on tour already. I'm not fond of Cade shaking his head so much when he's doing his vibrato, but he is a good rock singer.
Jennifer marvels that Layla is "in control of her instrument" at such a young age. That's the question. But she sings with Jennifer Nettles effortlessly. Katy said Layla has the makings of a star because of her talent and personality.
On the advice of the judges, New Hampshire native Kay Kay tried to "get lost" in her performance of Rihanna's "Love on the Brain" and succeeded. - "Despacito" with Brandon Diaz. The judges have also learned that Michael always sings with his big heart. "Just keep shining, honey".
Kay Kay sang the Train hit "Drive By" with Pat Monahan, and the song just didn't fit the singer's voice very well, the judges said. Kay Kay is used to singing a capella, so she was a little nervous about singing with a band and struggled in rehearsal. They elevate each other on stage. I just want to say whether you are #1, whether America chooses you, you are a star, and do not forget that. Her voice is one-of-a-kind. As to whether or not he nailed it, she thought his version "landed somewhere in the middle", explaining, "There was a little turbulence in the air", but Diaz "landed it so well". Andy and Jonny Brenns sing a fun rendition of "Back Home".
Dennis Lorenzo and Allen Stone then performed "Unaware" for their duet. Michael J. Woodard duets with Pat Monahan. The ones in bold are the singers who performed last night and will perform again with a celebrity tonight. They belt out a lovely rendition of Sugarland's "Stay". I'm excited to see what he gives us this season. "You didn't miss one thing", he says. "If anything, you've grown leaps and bounds since we first met you".