Week two of the Blind Auditions on NBC's 'The Voice' has come to an end (just in time for American Idol to start on Sunday!). I missed last night's episode, but I watched all of the performances online this morning, so I'm all caught up.

To be totally honest with you, I'm not blown away by the talent so far this season. To be fair, though, I think I said the same thing this time last season, and I ended up thinking last season was the best of them all. There have been a couple of really good performances, but nobody that has really made a huge impression on me. My favorite performance of the week was actually only a one-chair turn! Brett Hunter's ukulele-edition of "She's a Bad Mama Jama" was freaking awesome, and since Blake was the only judge who turned around, that's where he ended up.

I'm a little disappointed that there are no strong female country artists yet this season. We have Molly Stevens on Team Kelly, but she's more of a folk singer, and we have JessLee on Team Blake, but only about 10 seconds of her audition was shown, so we don't really know anything about her yet. I'm holding out hope for that really good female country voice, like Lauren Duski or Ashland Craft.

Here are a few of my other favorite performances this week:

Who is your favorite so far in the competition? Share yours in the comments!