The Voice Usa 2013 Teams: Season 5 Singers For Team Blake, Christina, Adam And Ceelo

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The singers have been picked by the coaches and are divided into four teams, each headed by one of the coaches. The four coaches for season five are Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green and three time champion Blake Shelton and all are anxious to get the competition started. Last night, the the coaches rounded out their 12-person teams with the latest blind auditions and CeeLo Greene got the very last contestant at the end of the show last night. Tonight’s episode (October 8, 2013) will be a recap show featuring the auditions’ best singers. This year’s mentors are very interesting – Adam Levine will use OneRepublic’s lead singer, Ryan Tedder. CeeLo Green will use Miguel. Christina Aguilera brought in Ed Sheeran and Blake Shelton will use Cher for his teams’ singers. Here are the members of each team for season 5 of The Voice USA 2013: Team Adam: Donna Allen, Nic Hawk, James Wolpert, Barry Black, Tessanne Chin, Justin Blake, Preston Pohl, Ashley DuBose, James Irwin, Will Champlin, Matt Cermanski, Grey. Team Blake: Shelbie Z, Holly Henry, Austin Jenckes, E.G. Daily, Cilla Chan, Monika Leigh, Ray Boudreaux, Sam Cerniglia, Emily Randolph, Justin Chain, Brandon Chase, Brian Pounds. Team Xtina (Christina): Josh Logan, Matthew Schuler, Jacquie Lee, Destinee Quinn, Briana Cuoco, Jacob Poole, Lina Gaudenzi, Timyra-Joi, Amber Nicole, Olivia Henken, Stephanie Anne Johnson, Michael Lynch. Team CeeLo: Kat Robichaud, Caroline Pennell, Jonny Gray, Cole Vosbury, Anthony Paul, George Horga Jr., Juhi, R. Anthony, Keaira LaShae, Tamara Chauniece, Lupe Carroll, Shawn Smith.

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Coburn says you need look no further than the commercials of disability lawyers trolling for new clients. Namely, the two thirds of the people who have already applied for disability and been rejected. There’s not much to lose, really. It doesn’t cost you anything unless you win the appeal and the lawyers collect from the federal government. Marilyn Zahm: If the American public knew what was going on in our system, half would be outraged and the other half would apply for benefits. Marilyn Zahm and Randy Frye are two of the country’s 1,500 disability judges. They are also the president and vice president of the Association of Administrative Law Judges. They are each expected to read, hear, and decide up to 700 appeals a year to clear a backlog of nearly a million cases. They say disability lawyers have flooded the system with cases that shouldn’t be there. Marilyn Zahm: In 1971, fewer than 20 percent of claimants were represented. Now, over 80 percent of claimants are represented by attorneys or representatives. Steve Kroft: Why do you think there’s so many more lawyers involved in this than there used to be? Marilyn Zahm: It’s lucrative.