'The Voice:' Julio Cesar Castillo is first contestant to sing entirely in Spanish! (VIDEO)

Last night on The Voice, a second round of singers hit the stage for their blind auditions. And while there were several performers who were able to land a spot on a coach's team, only one really caught my eye--the final vocalist of the night, Julio Cesar Castillo, who surprised the judges with his rendition of "La Bamba" and became the first contestant to ever sing entirely in Spanish!

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Castillo, a 21-year-old from Chicago, has been singing mariachi since he was 3 years old. And now it looks like he will be bringing his Latin style to the masses! Two coaches, country singer Blake Shelton and hip-hop artist Cee Lo Green, turned their chairs around for him.  "I just think you have a very strong and technically good voice, it's very powerful," said Shelton.

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Personally, I was kinda disappointed to see that Christina Aguilera didn't turn around! The way she was dancing around during his performance, I was sure that she would choose him. And I think they would've been a great match since she also has sung in Spanish before! Unfortunately, for some reason or other, Aguilera decided against it and Castillo ultimately went with Shelton, which should make for a very interesting pairing.

Still, I'm just glad that Castillo made it through. Now, I only hope that the judges continue to embrace his style and give him the chance to keep singing songs in Spanish. I mean, it's about time the show expanded its horizons a bit.

But the REAL reason I hope to see Castillo advance far into the competition? His parents! During his audition, his mom and dad looked so happy and proud of their son that I couldn't help but fall in love with them. Seriously, they're so adorable!

Watch Castillo's audition for yourself:

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