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Watch 'The Voice' Season 13's First Blind Auditions

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    If the talent auditioning for "The Voice" season 13 stays at the level of this first blind audition, they might want to offer the contestants hard hats.

    Why? Because, as new coach Jennifer Hudson demonstrates during this sneak peek at the first blind audition of the season, when she's faced with staggering singing, she can't help but throw things. Including her fellow coaches' shoes.

    When Chris Weaver finishes his performance of "Try a Little Tenderness," which earns him the coveted four-chair turn, the Oscar-winning diva turns to returning coach Miley Cyrus and demands she hand over her shoe. Little does she know this isn't the first time she's been moved in such a way by the aspiring star.

    "What am I about to do?" she asks Chris.

    Photo by Rick Diamond/One Voice: Somos Live!/Getty Images

    "You're about to do the same thing you did to me two years ago in January when you sang to me at the Color Purple party," he tells her, pulling a photo out of his pocket.

    "We're done," Miley shouts.

    "Where I come from, y'all, that's a compliment," Hudson continues, explaining the shoe toss. "And we know at times, when you sing like that, you better be prepared to do what? Duck!"

    To see the rest of the squabbling, be sure to check out the clip above. And to find out which team Chris chooses in the end, make sure you tune in when "The Voice" returns for season 13 on Monday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. on NBC.



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