Lucca wowed all four coaches with his rendition of 'Trouble' by Ray LaMontagne on Sunday night's (February 5) second season premiere of The Voice, however chose to work with Maroon 5 frontman Levine.
Levine had joked that he was the only coach to press a button twice after he leaped out of his chair to encourage Cee Lo Green to push his button when the 'Forget You' singer was the only one of the four coaches not to have turned his chair around.
Speaking to The Voice's social media correspondent Christina Milian, Lucca said: "I'd have given anything to work with any of the four of them but it's hard to turn down someone who is so ambitious he pushes someone else's button!
"He's a rocker, I'm a rocker, he's one of the best and I'm so excited to be able to work with him."
Watch Tony Lucca talking to Christina Milian below:
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Lucca revealed before his audition that he had appeared on The Mickey Mouse Club alongside coach Christina Aguilera when he was 14 years old.
Aguilera didn't initially seem to recognise her former co-star but after his audition had ended she remembered who he was and ran out of the blind audition room to greet him backstage.
The Voice continues tonight (February 6) at 8/7c on NBC.
Browse a gallery of pictures from the first blind auditions below: