'The Voice' kicks off Monday; Tulsa-area teens Alaska Holloway, Madi Metcalf audition for season 6

NBC's hit show "The Voice" returns Monday night for season 6 with the blind auditions.

Coaches Usher and Shakira are back, taking on the reigning winning coach Adam Levine and three-time winning coach Blake Shelton.

From teen hopefuls to returning contestants, this season we'll see another voice duo hoping to make their mark.

Alaska Holloway and Madi Metcalf, Tulsa-area teens, auditioned for season 6.  The girls are documenting their journey with their @TeamAlaskaandMadi Twitter handle, on their Facebook page and their own blog at http://alaskaandmadi.com/.

Alaska, 19, graduated from Broken Arrow High School. Madi, 18, is a graduate of Jenks High School.

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Not only will the singers be fighting it out, the competition between the coaches is stronger than ever.

This season, "The Voice" talent is top notch with all four coaches turning their chairs 11 times during the blind auditions.

The coaches use whatever they can to woo the artists.

"I used my Twitter numbers, my social media numbers, everything," said "The Voice" coach Shakira.

Levine, a two time-'Voice' winner, who won last season with his Jamaican artist Tess Anne Chin, is hoping to make it three.

Unless three-time winner Blake Shelton has a say, or Shakira and Usher, who are pulling out all the stops, to topple "The Voice" veterans.

Soon, America will get to see which of these coaches builds the best team in the hopes of ultimately walking away a winner.

Watch The Voice Monday and Tuesday at 7 p.m. on Channel 2.

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