News This Guy on 'The Voice' Sings Sia Like an Angel and We Can't Get Over It -- Watch! By Alex Ungerman 11:15 AM PDT, September 23, 2015 NBC Can we declare a Voice winner already?! Because Jordan Smith just blew everyone away! The Harlan, Kentucky, college student took part in The Voice's blind auditions on Tuesday, and won over every single judge with his chilling rendition of Sia's "Chandelier." You can listen here, it's truly beautiful.WATCH: Maddie Ziegler Absolutely Raves About Sia: 'We Became Instant Best Friends' After the performance, Gwen Stefani couldn't help but run up on stage and hug the young songbird."Oh my god, you shocked me!" Gwen exclaimed. "You're so amazing.""I don't know if I'm happy or really scared," Jordan confessed to the judges, all vying to be chosen by him at this point. MORE: 7 Songs You Didn't Know Sia WroteIn the end, despite Gwen's grand gesture, Jordan went with Adam Levine as his coach.Interestingly enough, Adam was the last to turn around during Jordan's performance, and even made this baffling face during the singer's performance, via Buzzfeed's Candace Lowry.MORE: Adam Levine's Step-by-Step Guide to Wooing a Supermodel Another artist who sings Sia songs like an angel is Sia, and 12-year-old Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler absolutely gushed about her professional collaborator to ET last week."She's literally the sweetest person ever," she shared. "I feel like I'm just so comfortable with her every time I'm with her. I never feel like, 'Oh my god, I'm hanging out with a celebrity.'"WATCH: Sia Shows Her Face While Moving Into $4.7 Million Home -- With a Chandelier, Of Course! "You would never guess she's a celebrity if you didn't actually know," Maddie continued. "She's the most humble person and so caring, and she like, cooks for me! She's such an amazing person."Maddie Ziegler Spills on the Real Sia: 'She Cooks For Me!' This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.