"The Voice" 2017 premieres Sept. 25 on NBC with the first round of the always entertaining blind auditions. Just a day before the season opener, the show's official Twitter page gave fans a sneak peek of the opening night action by sharing a spectacular audition that turned all four chairs and left superstar coaches Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson, and Blake Shelton issuing heartfelt invitations to their teams.

Brooke Simpson wows with red hot take on 'Stone Cold'

As her family watched and waited back stage with veteran "The Voice" host Carson Daly, Hollister, North Carolina native Brooke Simpson delivered a powerful and virtually pitch perfect version of the Demi Lovato hit "Stone Cold." Country star Shelton and singer/songwriter Cyrus quickly turned their chairs, but it didn't take long before Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson and Maroon 5 frontman Levine followed suit.

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All four were on their feet by the conclusion of the performance.

As soon as she finished singing, Levine rushed the stage to give Simpson a hug and a high five, and said he could smell "victory." The oft-chatty Cyrus was left virtually speechless for a few moments but eventually showed her dedication to becoming Simpson's coach by joining her on stage so she could feel Cyrus' rapidly heating heart.

"The Voice" 2017 newcomer Hudson --who enjoyed success on the UK iteration of the show-- tossed her notebook at the talented aspiring songstress to show her approval and admiration.

Spoilers? Which team for Brooke Simpson?

Although the teaser concluded just before Simpson selected her coach, spoilers compiled by "The Voice" section of Idol Forums and then reported by MJ's Big Blog revealed that Simpson opted to join Team Miley. If the spoilers are on the money, fans will see a lot more of Brooke Simpson in the weeks and months to come, as she allegedly went on to earn a spot in the top 12 and will perform [VIDEO] for America's votes --and iTunes placement-- when the live shows begin.

Before "The Voice" 2017 live shows commence, fans will see a number of pre-recorded episodes. In addition to the blind auditions, the pre-taped shows will include the battle rounds, the knockout rounds, and the playoffs.

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It will be the first time since season six that the live playoffs will not be contested live.

"The Voice" 2017 kicks off tomorrow night on NBC. Tune in to watch Brooke Simpson and a host of other talented aspiring singers audition for a chance at the season 13 title.