The Voice: Gwen Stefani and Niall Horan press Steal buttons nearly ... trends now
They both moved to steal Mara Justine from John Legend's team as the third stage started on season 24 after the Battles round concluded.
'Whoa!' host Carson Daly, 50, yelled as Gwen, 54, and Niall, 30, pushed their buttons for Mara. 'We got two steals right away!'
Gwen ran over to grab Niall, but he got up from his chair saying, 'No, don't touch me.'
'He's not that cute,' Gwen said.
Knockouts stage: Gwen Stefani and Niall Horan slammed their Steal buttons nearly simultaneously during the Knockout rounds on Monday's episode of The Voice on NBC
Gwen threw her pink coat onto Niall, which he put it on saying he 'looked so good in pink.'
'Mara it's obvious that you need to come home to Team Gwen,' Gwen said laughing.
'He's trying to steal artists and coats at the same time,' John, 44, quipped.
Gwen told Mara that she could really connect with people with her singing.
'I'm not an actress,' Gwen said. 'This is my real heart talking to you so I would love to have you on Team Gwen.'
'When I think of who's great on The Voice this season, you're the first one that comes to mind,' Niall said.
Mara, 21, from Galloway, New Jersey, was about to pick her coach when the show ended with a To Be Continued message for viewers.
During rehearsals John told the show's mega mentor Wynonna Judd, 59, that all of his artists Mara, Caleb Sasser, from Los Angeles, and Kaylee Shimizu, 17, from Ewa Beach, Hawaii, had been four-chair turns.
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Quick move: Niall moved quickly to steal Mara Justine
Pink coat: Gwen threw her pink coat onto Niall, which he put it on saying he 'looked so good in pink'
Good one: 'He's trying to steal artists and coats at the same time,' John Legend, 44, quipped
Next episode: Mara, 21, from Galloway, New Jersey, was about to pick her coach when the show ended with a To Be Continued message for viewers
Caleb performed first singing Jealous by Nick Jonas. Wynonna told him he was 'quite the package' during rehearsals. Kaylee picked a challenging Aretha Franklin song Ain't No Way.
'Kaylee is so freaking good it's scary,' Wynonna said of her in rehearsals.
'Seventeen years old!' Niall said after her performance.
'It ain't fair,' John said.
Mara went last singing Mariah Carey's version of Without You by Harry Nilsson. Wynonna gave her tips in rehearsal.
'Squeeze your butt,' Wynonna said. 'I do that when I hit high notes.'
'We getting gems over here,' John said.
The judges gave her a standing ovation when she finished. Reba said she would go for Kaylee out of the three. Niall said he was also impressed by Kaylee.
Four chairs: Mara, Kaylee Shimizu, 17, from Ewa Beach, Hawaii, and Caleb Sasser, from Los Angeles, were all four-chair turns
Mega mentor: Wynonna Judd, 59, served as the show's mega mentor
'It just blows my mind what I just saw,' Gwen said.
Gwen said she was leaning toward Mara. John ultimately picked Kaylee as the winner.
'Kaylee is one of the most gifted vocalists I've ever been around,' John said. 'She's 17 years old. She can do so many amazing things with her voice.'
Mara was saying her goodbye to John when Gwen and Niall both pushed their buttons to Steal her and Mara fell to the ground.
The two-hour show opened with the Battle round continuing with Niall teammates Huntley, 33, from Fredericksburg, Virginia, and Brailey Lenderman, 33, from Nashville, kicking off the episode singing a duet to the Hootie & The Blowfish song Hold My Hand.
'I was not expecting that,' Gwen said as they finished. 'That was amazing!'
Gwen said she would go with Huntley.
'I'm worried that you might win the show,' Gwen said.
Dynamic duo: The two-hour show opened with the Battle round continuing with Niall teammates Huntley, 33, from Fredericksburg, Virginia, and Brailey Lenderman, 33, from Nashville, kicking off the episode singing a duet to the Hootie & The Blowfish song Hold My Hand
'Dude, you are great,' John said.