The Voice attracted 11.8 million in a strong debut last week as Christina Aguilera, Maroon 5's Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton started picking singers in a blind audition to form teams of eight.
"We definitely fight for certain contestants," Aguilera said recently. "If [we] turn our chairs around at the same time, then we become on the hot seat. And there has been some pretty heated debates about who gets the person on their team. It's pretty addicting thus far!"
After some nail-biting auditions landed each coach with three singers, the four complete their teams Tuesday night.
As executive producer Mark Burnett tells PEOPLE, "They are all competitive and this show is like the singing version of the NBA Draft if you gave the players the power to choose their teams. Once Christina, Cee Lo, Adam or Blake press that button and turn their chair to indicate, 'Hey, I want you on my team,' but more than one turns around, the power shifts to the singer."
Next week, the coaches will tap their friends to help prep their teams for vocal battles.
Aguilera will bring aboard singer-songwriter Sia Furler; Green will consult with singer Monica; Shelton will have his pal Reba McEntire; and Levine will enlist Maroon 5's music director, Adam Blackstone. After four weeks of battles, the teams will then vie live for public votes.
Kristin Cavallari glowed in a hot-pink Naven dress at the When in Rome premiere in January. Hard Times of RJ Berger actress Amber Lancster opted for a purple version at the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G launch event last month in Beverly Hills.
Turns out the judges weren't the only ones raving about Kendra Wilkinson's sultry moves on Monday's Dancing With the Stars. The 25-year-old Playboy alum's husband, Hank Baskett, was highly impressed with her hip shaking.
"Right after the [team] dance tonight we walked over to Hank and he said, 'Honey! I didn't know you could do the splits!'" Wilkinson's pro partner, Louis van Amstel, told Us Weekly after the pair took part in a group cha-cha routine with Kirstie Alley, Hines Ward and their partners.
Wilkinson says the flexibility tricks she's learned during her DWTS stint have come in handy behind closed doors.
"It's definitely great," Wilkinson told Us of the impact DWTS has had on her and Baskett's sex life. "If you come to my trailer after this you may see it moving back and forth. I'm definitely bringing the splits into the bedroom tonight!"
While Wilkinson relishes in DWTS' bedroom benefits, she admits to Us she worries about having the confidence to advance on the series.
"I have the physical, emotional [and] mental [strategy] to make it. But I'm still working on believing in myself," says Wilkinson, who also performed an intricate tango on Monday's show. "I have so much to offer and so much love and emotion to show. It's like a flower just starting to blossom, it's a process. Some flowers bloom overnight -- but not me!"