The fourth round of The Voice blind auditions wrapped on Tuesday night and there was no shortage of amazing talent. All four coaches turned around for SandyRedd's explosive audition and some fans think she could win the entire competition. But hers wasn't the only performance that people can't stop talking about. When 22-year-old Wyatt Rivers sang a heartfelt rendition of Leon Bridges' "River," none of the coaches turned their chairs—and fans have some thoughts.
One Twitter user said it best:
In conclusion: This guy is definitely handsome. Although The Voice coaches weren't sold on Rivers' performance, they were also wowed by his looks. Kelly Clarkson was quick to point out that he has "the sexiest name ever" and "could be a movie star, [he's] so handsome." Even Blake Shelton acknowledged "the size of [Rivers'] arms" before offering him feedback on his performance.
If you're as heartbroken as the rest of America that Rivers didn't make it through the blind auditions, we have good news: his journey on The Voice isn't over yet. The was chosen to appear on , and will be coached by Kelsea Ballerini. As part of NBC's new online extension of The Voice, Rivers will get a chance to compete against five other artists for a spot on the live shows.
Stay tuned—you might get to see this heartthrob on your TV screen again!