The Voice 2017 judges: Gavin Rossdale, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones join Will.i.am
om Jones, Gavin Rossdale and Jennifer Hudson will join Will.i.am as coaches on the new series of The Voice.
After months of speculation, producers have confirmed the show’s brand new line-up as it moves from the BBC to ITV.
The Black Eyes Peas star is the only coach to move with the show, while singing legend Jones will make his return after being axed by the BBC last year.
“I’m looking forward to returning to my big red chair on The Voice UK,” he said.
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“I had some great times on the show and I can’t wait to again discover and help some brand new talent. And of course be back with my pal will.i.am.”
British rocker Rossdale is a surprise addition to the line-up, especially as his ex-wife Gwen Stefani was a coach on the US version of the show last year.
“I am so thrilled to be joining The Voice UK. I have always been extremely proud to fly the flag for British rock music and I can’t wait to join this incredible panel and help discover some new talent,” he said.
Rossdale, who is the frontman of band Bush, appeared alongside Stefani as a guest mentor on the US version of the show back in 2014.
Grammy and Oscar-winning singer and actress Hudson was previously rumoured to be in talks to join the show.
“I couldn’t be more excited to join the amazing panel of coaches on The Voice UK! The UK has always been so supportive of me since the beginning of my career so I’m really looking forward to sharing my point of view with the contestants and especially Team JHUD,” she said.
“Discovering new artists has always been important to me and the UK has no shortage of talent, so I can only imagine what this experience will be like for everyone involved. I can’t wait to get going and start developing each individual’s own sound!”
Siobhan Greene, Head of Entertainment, ITV Network, added: “We are absolutely chuffed to bits with the line up for the launch of The Voice UK on ITV.
“All four coaches are global artists in the music industry and are at the top of their game.
“They've got very different personalities and reasons for sitting in those chairs, but they are united in their desire to find a star.”
The Voice UK will be presented by Emma Willis and will air on ITV early next year.
Tonight is the premiere of season 13 for The Voice, which means there may be some new judges as part of the cast. This season’s coaches returning coaches are Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, and Miley Cyrus. Both Alicia Keys and Gwen Stefani have left the show, while veteran coaches Levine and Shelton remain. Miley Cyrus returns after taking a season off and award-winning music artist Jennifer Hudson is the new coach on the panel. Get to know more about Hudson, along with the latest news on the other coaches, below. Plus, get the news on which big stars are on board as team advisers this season as well.
This is not the first time that Hudson has judged a reality competition. In January 2017, she joined the sixth season of The Voice UK as a coach alongside will.i.am, Tom Jones and Gwen Stefani’s ex Gavin Rossdale. And, one of her contestants on The Voice UK won for the season. So, she has a good track record so far … Paul Telegdy, president of NBC Entertainment’s Alternative and Reality Group, made the following statement about Hudson’s joining The Voice this season:
Jennifer is an extraordinary vocal talent and one of the premier voices of our time. She embodies the experience, expertise, positivity and sheer talent that The Voice stands for. Her exceptional skills as a singer and actress have extended to film, television and Broadway, which makes her an incredible addition and a natural fit for our show.
Shelton’s comments about Hudson joining the show, according to E! News were:
I feel like Jennifer Hudson is coming from the minor leagues into the big-time boys here. She was on The Voice UK and she won, but this is different.
Hudson is bringing on music artist Kelly Rowland as her team adviser on the show.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Shelton joked that: I’ve been trying to get fired for years now. I don’t know what to do to get fired around here! Unfortunately for Shelton, his girlfriend Gwen Stefani is not on the show this season, telling Entertainment Tonight:
I don’t have any plans to come back … I’d love to come back. We’ll see what happens next.
Shelton and his fellow coach Adam Levine generally showcase their rivalry on the show and make the viewers swoon over their hostile bromance. But, Shelton has said he wants to “try” to get along with buddy Levine this season. Perhaps he’s putting more effort into going to battle against newcomer Jennifer Hudson instead.
As Shelton is a country star, he has summoned fellow country artists Rascal Flatts to join him in advising his team this season.
One thing that Miley Cyrus has said she’s already enjoying this season, is the fighting among her fellow coaches. She dished to E! that:
I really like Jennifer and Blake going at it when they want an artist.
Miley Cyrus returns to The Voice after a season hiatus and she has been making the rounds at awards shows, performing her latest music, from hits like “Malibu” to her song “Younger Now.”
This season on The Voice, Cyrus’ dad Billy Ray Cyrus will join her team as an adviser.
Adam Levine returns once again, because what would the show be without his bromance with Blake Shelton? Recently, Levine continues to drop hit song after hit song and he is also expecting his second child with wife Behati Prinsloo. He also just celebrated his only daughter’s first birthday. Previously, when receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this past winter, Levine announced:
I have a daughter, I have the most beautiful wife in the entire world. I am one of the luckiest people who’s ever lived and it has nothing to do with me. It has to do with the people who love me the most, and so I thank all of those people.
As for his latest season on The Voice, Levine has admitted that he is “super jealous” of new coach Jennifer Hudson. He revealed on 104.1 WIKY:
Jennifer is awesome, like, there’s brand new energy, she’s never done it before. She’s the only coach on The Voice that has an Oscar, which I’m super jealous and pissed about … I want one!
Levine also gushed about his buddy Blake Shelton and their on-set rivalry, saying:
I will never have another friend like him ’cause we both went through this really weird thing…both being musicians and coming from a completely different place and being thrown into television. I feel that kinship with everyone that does the show. But with Blake, it was kind of like, our friendship was blossoming at a time when we were first experiencing the show and I’ll never have that with anybody else.
As his team’s adviser this season, Joe Jonas of DNCE is on board.
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Adam Levine was one of the original coaches.
Adam Levine was one of the four original coaches on "The Voice."
He was the winning coach three times — on the first season with Javier Colon, the fifth season with Tessanne Chin, and the ninth season with Jordan Smith.
The Maroon 5 singer left the show after season 16.
Blake Shelton was in the first round of coaches, too.
Country musician Blake Shelton is the longest-running coach on "The Voice," and the only original judge who is still on the show today.
Shelton also has the most wins of any coach on "The Voice," coming out on top with an impressive eight wins in 20 seasons.
The country singer even met his fiancée, Gwen Stefani, when they were both coaching on the show.
Christina Aguilera was the sole female coach on seasons one through three.
One of the original four, Christina Aguilera coached the first three seasons of "The Voice," and she returned for seasons five, eight, and 10.
Her only win came from her final appearance on season 10, coaching actress and singer Alisan Porter to victory.
Aguilera referred to her time on the show as a "churning hamster wheel" and an "energy sucker" in a 2018 interview with Billboard.
CeeLo Green rounded out the original coaching panel.
CeeLo Green was the fourth original coach on "The Voice." He appeared as a full-time coach on the first three seasons and returned for season five in 2013.
Green never won a season, but he mentored season-two runner-up Juliet Simms.
He's also returned as a part-time advisor on three seasons over the years.
Shakira never claimed victory as a coach.
Colombian singer and dancer Shakira coached on seasons four and six of "The Voice."
She didn't win either season, and she doesn't plan on returning to the show.
"I wouldn't [go back], because it's so hard to be away from my family ..." she said in a 2017 interview with Entertainment Tonight. "It was a great experience, and of course I miss the guys, they were a lot of fun a lot to talk to, but I wouldn't go back."
Usher also joined the show on season four.
Seasons four and six saw another mononymous musician in the coaching chair.
Usher coached season-four runner-up Michelle Chamuel, and on season six, his team won with Josh Kaufman.
Pharrell Williams was a coach for four seasons.
Pharrell Williams coached on seasons seven, eight, nine, and 10.
On season eight, he mentored 16-year-old Sawyer Fredericks, the youngest male winner in the history of the show.
Alicia Keys was another successful coach on the show.
Legendary vocalist and pianist Alicia Keys coached on seasons 11, 12, and 14 of "The Voice."
She is one of the most successful coaches on the show, producing a finalist every season she appeared on.
On season 12, she coached Chris Blue to victory.
Miley Cyrus brought her positive energy to the show as a coach.
Singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus coached on seasons 11 and 13 of "The Voice."
None of Cyrus' contestants made it to the finals.
In March 2019, Janice Freeman — a Team Miley contestant on season 13 — died, and Cyrus paid a touching tribute to her at the memorial service.
|Format:||Interactive singing competition|
|Created by:||John de Mol|
Roel van Velzen
|Presented by:||Carson Daly|
Christina Milian (2012–2013)
Alison Haislip (2011)
Christina Aguilera(2011-2012, 2013, 2015, 2016)
CeeLo Green(2011-2012, 2013)
Alicia Keys(2016-2017, 2018)
Miley Cyrus(2016, 2017)
Jennifer Hudson(2017, 2018)
Gwen Stefani(2014-2015, 2017, 2019-2020)
|Country of origin:||United States|
|No. of seasons:||20|
|No. of episodes:||481|
|Executive producer(s):||John de Mol|
|Running time:||44–104 minutes|
|Production company(s):||Mark Burnett Productions (2011-12)|
One Three Media (2012-14)
United Artists Media Group (2014-15)
MGM Television (2016-present)
Warner Bros. Television Distribution
|Picture format:||480i (NTSC)|
|Audio format:||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Original run:||April 26, 2011 – present|
|Related shows:||The Voice (TV series)|
The Voice is an American reality television singing competition broadcast on NBC. Based on the original The Voice of Holland, the concept of the series is to find new singing talent (solo or duets) contested by aspiring singers, drawn from public auditions. The winner is determined by viewers by voting through telephone, Internet, SMS text, and iTunes Store purchases of contestants' performances; they receive $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.
There have been twenty winners of the show to date: Javier Colon, Jermaine Paul, Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradbery, Tessanne Chin, Josh Kaufman, Craig Wayne Boyd, Sawyer Fredericks, Jordan Smith, Alisan Porter, Sundance Head, Chris Blue, chloe mk, Brynn Cartelli, Chevel Shepherd, Maelyn Jarmon, Jake Hoot, and Todd Tilghman, Carter Rubin, and Cam Anthony.
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The Voice (American season 13)
Season of the US television series
Season of television series
The thirteenth season of the American realitytalent showThe Voice premiered on September 25, 2017, on NBC.Adam Levine and Blake Shelton returned for their thirteenth season as coaches. Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus returned after a one-season absence replacing Gwen Stefani, and new coach Jennifer Hudson joined the panel replacing Alicia Keys.
Chloe Kohanski was announced as the winner of the season, marking Blake Shelton's sixth win as a coach, & making her the third stolen artist to win, following Josh Kaufman in season six and Craig Wayne Boyd in season seven. For the first time, the Top 3 artists were all female.
Coaches and hosts
The coach lineup changed once again for the thirteenth season. Gwen Stefani and Alicia Keys did not return as coaches. They were replaced by Miley Cyrus, who returned after a one-season hiatus, along with returning coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. On May 10, 2017, NBC announced that Jennifer Hudson would join as a coach, following her success on The Voice UK, Alicia Keys returned for Season 14 in the spring of 2018. Carson Daly returned for his thirteenth season as host.
This season, for the first time since season six, the Playoffs did not kick off the live rounds and voting. Instead, the Top 12 were chosen by the coaches. In previous seasons, the finalists were partially determined by viewers’ votes.
This season's Battle advisors were: Joe Jonas for Team Adam, Kelly Rowland for Team Jennifer, Billy Ray Cyrus for Team Miley, Rascal Flatts for Team Blake. Kelly Clarkson was a key advisor for all of the teams.
|Coaches||Top 48 artists|
|Addison Agen||Adam Cunningham||Jon Mero||Anthony Alexander||Whitney Fenimore||Emily Luther|
|Dylan Gerard||Dennis Drummond||Michael Kight|
|Gary Carpentier||Brandon Brown||Dave Crosby||Brandon Showell|
|Brooke Simpson||Ashland Craft||Janice Freeman †||Moriah Formica||Adam Pearce||Karli Webster|
|Ilianna Viramontes||Sophia Bollman||Shilo Gold|
|Noah Mac||Davon Fleming||Shi'Ann Jones||Lucas Holliday||Hannah Mrozak||Chris Weaver|
|Katrina Rose||Jeremiah Miller||Eric Lyn||Ignatious Carmouche|
|Alexandra Joyce||Maharasyi||Meagan McNeal|
|Chloe Kohanski||Red Marlow||Keisha Renee||Mitchell Lee||Natalie Stovall||Esera Tuaolo|
|Megan Rose||Kathrina Feigh||Anna Catherine DeHart|
|Kristi Hoopes||Ryan Scripps||Rebecca Brunner|
|Note: Italicized names are stolen artists (names struck through within former teams). Bolded names are artists who received the Coach Comeback and advanced to the Playoffs.|
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|✔||Coach pressed "I WANT YOU" button|
|Artist defaulted to a coach's team|
|Artist elected to pick a coach's team|
|Artist eliminated with no coach pressing their button|
Episode 1 (Sept. 25)
|Order||Artist||Age||Hometown||Song||Coach's and artist's choices|
|1||Chris Weaver||29||Long Island, New York||"Try a Little Tenderness"||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|2||Mitchell Lee||29||Charleston, South Carolina||"Hold My Hand"||✔||—||✔||✔|
|3||Janice Freeman||32||Compton, California||"Radioactive"||—||✔||✔||—|
|4||Xaris||17||Gulf Breeze, Florida||"Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"||—||—||—||—|
|5||Shi'Ann Jones||15||Bowling Green, Kentucky||"Drown in My Own Tears"||—||—||✔||✔|
|6||Dave Crosby||30||Seattle, Washington||"I Will Follow You into the Dark"||✔||✔||—||✔|
|7||Odiseas Georgiadis||20||Brooklyn, New York||"Papa's Got a Brand New Bag"||—||—||—||—|
|8||Esera Tuaolo||49||Minneapolis, Minnesota||"Rise Up"||—||—||✔||✔|
|9||Brandon Showell||26||Virginia Beach, Virginia||"There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back"||✔||✔||✔||—|
|10||Lucas Holliday||26||Lansing, Michigan||"This Woman's Work"||—||—||✔||—|
|11||Brooke Simpson||26||Hollister, North Carolina||"Stone Cold"||✔||✔||✔||✔|
Episode 2 (Sept. 26)
Episode 3 (Oct. 2)
|Order||Artist||Age||Hometown||Song||Coach's and artist's choices|
|1||Adam Cunningham||38||Nashville, Tennessee||"Midnight Rider"||—||—||✔||✔|
|2||Hannah Mrozak||18||Richfield, Wisconsin||"Starving"||✔||—||✔||✔|
|3||Shilo Gold||26||Denver, Colorado||"Stay with Me Baby"||—||✔||✔||—|
|4||Samantha Rios||16||Arlington, Virginia||"Something's Got a Hold on Me"||—||—||—||—|
|5||Noah Mac||17||Dublin, California||"Way Down We Go"||—||—||✔||✔|
|6||Davon Fleming||25||Baltimore, Maryland||"Me & Mr. Jones"||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|7||Kathrina Feigh||24||Quezon City, Philippines / New York City, New York||"Big White Room"||—||—||✔||✔|
|8||Alexandra Joyce||16||Wesley Chapel, Florida||"Wildest Dreams"||✔||—||✔||✔|
|9||Eric Lyn||26||Los Angeles, California||"O-o-h Child"||—||—||✔||—|
|10||Anna Catherine DeHart||23||Sikeston, Missouri||"I Could Use a Love Song"||✔||—||—||✔|
|11||Addison Agen||16||Fort Wayne, Indiana||"Jolene"||✔||✔||—||—|
|12||Adam Pearce||31||New Orleans, Louisiana||"Hot Blooded"||✔||✔||—||—|
|13||Myles Frost||17||Washington, D.C.||"My Cherie Amour"||—||—||—||—|
|14||Moriah Formica||16||Latham, New York||"Crazy on You"||✔||✔||✔||✔|
Episode 4 (Oct. 3)
Episode 5 (Oct. 9)
|Order||Artist||Age||Hometown||Song||Coach's and artist's choices|
|1||Chloe Kohanski||23||Nashville, Tennessee||"The Chain"||—||✔||✔||✔|
|2||Olivia Kay||13||Edmond, Oklahoma||"Ghost"||—||—||—||—|
|3||Dennis Drummond||27||Nashville, Tennessee||"She Talks to Angels"||✔||—||—||✔|
|4||Ignatious Carmouche||23||Opelousas, Louisiana||"Latch"||—||—||✔||✔|
|5||Rebecca Brunner||22||Mason, Michigan||"Believer"||—||—||—||✔|
|6||Brandon Brown||19||The Bronx, New York||"Georgia on My Mind"||✔||—||✔||✔|
|7||Nathan Graham||27||Chicago, Illinois||"Nobody to Blame"||—||—||—||—|
|8||Whitney Fenimore||28||Tulsa, Oklahoma||"Hold On, We're Going Home"||✔||✔||—||—|
|9||Ilianna Viramontes||18||Brentwood, California||"New Soul"||—||✔||—||✔|
|10||Katrina Rose||34||Astoria, Queens, New York||"Kozmic Blues"||—||✔||—||—|
|11||Natalie Stovall||35||Nashville, Tennessee||"If It Hadn't Been For Love"||—||—||—||✔|
|12||Ryan Scripps||24||San Jose, California||"Body Like a Back Road"||—||—||—||✔|
|13||Meagan McNeal||31||Chicago, Illinois||"Can't Feel My Face"||—||—||✔||—|
|14||Jon Mero||31||Atlanta, Georgia||"Versace on the Floor"||✔||✔||✔||✔|
Episode 6 (Oct. 10)
|Order||Artist||Age||Hometown||Song||Coach's and artist's choices|
|1||Kristi Hoopes||19||Parker, Colorado||"Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love"||✔||—||✔||✔|
|2||Michael Kight||25||Dublin, Georgia||"Sugar"||✔||—||—||Team full|
|3||Jeremiah Miller||18||Fort Worth, Texas||"Slow Hands"||✔||—||✔|
|4||Serina Rae||17||Panama City Beach, Florida||"Stand By Me"||—||—||Team full|
|5||Austin Serrato||42||Ashville, Alabama||"Ain't No Sunshine"||—||—|
|6||Raycee Jones||29||Brooklyn, New York||"We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off"||—||—|
|7||Nik Singleton||28||Seattle, Washington||"Wide Open Spaces"||—||—|
|8||Megan Rose||20||San Francisco, California||"Ode to Billie Joe"||✔||✔|
|9||Gary Carpentier||26||Oswego, New York||"Home"||✔||Team full|
The Battle Rounds began on October 16. Season thirteen's advisors were Joe Jonas for Team Adam, Kelly Rowland for Team Jennifer, Billy Ray Cyrus for Team Miley, and Rascal Flatts for Team Blake. Like previous Battles, coaches can steal any two losing artists from another coach.
|Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Knockouts|
|Artist lost the Battle but was stolen by another coach and advanced to the Knockouts|
|Artist lost the Battle and was originally eliminated but received the Coach Comeback and advanced to the Playoffs|
|Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated|
The Knockouts round starts with episode 11. The coaches can each steal one losing artist. The top 20 contestants then move on to The Playoffs. Kelly Clarkson served as the advisor for the Knockouts.
|Artist won the Knockout and advanced to the Playoffs|
|Artist lost the Knockout but was stolen by another coach and advanced to the Playoffs|
|Artist lost the Knockout and was originally eliminated but received the Coach Comeback and advanced to the Playoffs|
|Artist lost the Knockout and was eliminated|
|Episode 11 |
(Monday, Oct. 30, 2017)
|Blake Shelton||1||"Superstar"||Esera Tuaolo||Adam Cunningham||"Either Way"||✔||—||—||N/A|
|Jennifer Hudson||2||"Who's Lovin' You"||Shi'Ann Jones||Lucas Holliday||"Tell It Like It Is"||Team full||—||N/A||—|
|Adam Levine||3||"Beneath Your Beautiful"||Addison Agen||Dennis Drummond||"All Along the Watchtower"||—||—||—|
|Miley Cyrus||4||"I'm Goin' Down"||Janice Freeman||Karli Webster||"Blue Bayou"||N/A||—||—|
|Jennifer Hudson||5||"I Can Only Imagine"||Davon Fleming||Eric Lyn||"What's Going On"||—||N/A||—|
|Miley Cyrus||6||"Wanted Dead or Alive"||Ashland Craft||Chloe Kohanski||"Landslide"||N/A||✔||✔|
|Episode 12 |
(Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017)
|The twelfth episode was a special one-hour episode titled "Best of the Season". The episode showed selected moments of the season so far, including the coaches, their teams, their assistant team advisors, the journey of the contestants thus far, and some previously unseen footage.|
|Episode 13 |
(Monday, Nov. 6, 2017)
|Miley Cyrus||1||"(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"||Brooke Simpson||Stephan Marcellus||"Impossible"||Team full||N/A||—||Team full|
|Blake Shelton||2||"I'll Be"||Mitchell Lee||Anna Catherine DeHart||"Breathe"||—||—|
|Jennifer Hudson||3||"Hold Back the River"||Noah Mac||Jeremiah Miller||"Sorry"||—||N/A|
|Blake Shelton||4||"I Hope You Dance"||Keisha Renee||Kathrina Feigh||"Girl on Fire"||—||—|
|Adam Levine||5||"Blame It On the Boogie"||Jon Mero||Dylan Gerard||"All of the Stars" ||—||—|
|Miley Cyrus||6||"Behind These Hazel Eyes"||Moriah Formica||Whitney Fenimore1||"Calling All Angels"||N/A||—|
|Adam Levine||7||"Glitter in the Air"||Emily Luther||Adam Pearce||"Smoke on the Water"||✔||—|
|Episode 14 |
(Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017)
|Jennifer Hudson||1||"I Put a Spell on You"||Chris Weaver||Katrina Rose||"Zombie"||Team full||Team full||N/A||Team full|
|Blake Shelton||2||"Outskirts of Heaven"||Red Marlow||Megan Rose||"Smoke Break"||—|
|Adam Levine||3||"Mercy"||Anthony Alexander||Hannah Mrozak||"Love on the Brain"||✔|
1 Whitney Fenimore is on Team Adam for the Playoffs.
The Playoffs were taped on August 31 and September 1, and comprised episodes 15, 16, and 17. As in season six and for the first time since season ten, the Playoffs were prerecorded and hence no interactive viewer voting component or subsequent results shows. As in seasons 9, 10, and 12, four previously eliminated artists were chosen by the coaches to come back for the Playoffs.
This season is the first to have the Playoffs taped on the same stage as the Battles and the Knockouts. There was no public vote in the playoffs. Instead, each of the coaches selected three of their own artists to eliminate.
|Artist was chosen by his/her coach to move on to the live shows|
|Artist was eliminated|
|Artist was saved by the Public's votes|
|Artist was placed in the bottom two, bottom three, or middle three|
|Artist was saved by the Instant Save|
|Artist's iTunes vote multiplied by 5 (except The Finals) after his/her studio version of the song reached iTunes top 10|
|Artist was eliminated|
Week 1: Top 12 (Nov 20 & 21)
The Top 12 performed on Monday, November 20, 2017, with the results following on Tuesday, November 21, 2017. The Instant Save returned once again this season, with the bottom two artists performing for a spot in the next round via the viewers' votes from Twitter.
iTunes bonuses this week was awarded to Addison Agen (#9).
In addition, the show's official YouTube channel released a video starring the cast of Pitch Perfect 3 and the Top 12 singing "Freedom! '90" and "Cups".
Week 2: Top 11 (Nov 27 & 28)
The Top 11 performed songs chosen by the public on Monday, November 27, 2017, with the results following on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. iTunes bonus multipliers were awarded to Red Marlow (#10), Agen (#2), and Chloe Kohanski (#1).
Week 3: Top 10 (Dec 4 & 5)
The Top 10 performed on Monday, December 4, 2017, with the results following on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. iTunes bonus multipliers were awarded to Keisha Renee (#10), Agen (#5), Kohanski (#4), and Brooke Simpson (#2).
Week 4: Semifinals (Dec 11 & 12)
The Top 8 performed on Monday, December 11, 2017, with the results following on Tuesday, December 12, 2017. Like Season 12, the duets between contestants were part of the competition and public voting. In the semifinals, three artists will automatically move to next week's finale, the two artists with the fewest votes will be immediately eliminated and the middle three will contend for the remaining spot in the next week's finals via the Instant Save. iTunes bonuses this week awarded to Kohanski (#1), Agen (#2), Red Marlow (#5), Brooke Simpson (#6) and Noah Mac (#7), as well as the duet for Kohanski and Mac (#3), . Davon Fleming's “Gravity” was in the Top 10 earlier Tuesday, but it had fallen to #11 by the voting deadline.
With the eliminations of Mac and Davon Fleming, with the former being the first artist to receive two iTunes bonuses and to be eliminated during the same week, Hudson no longer has any artists remaining on her team,
Week 5: Finale (Dec 18 & 19)
The Top 4 performed on Monday, December 18, 2017, with the final results following on Tuesday, December 19, 2017. This week, the four finalists performed a solo cover song, a duet with their coach, and an original song. iTunes bonuses this week were awarded to Agen (#1, #5, #10), Kohanski (#2 and #7), Marlow (#3) and Simpson (#4 and #8). For the first time in The Voice history, the Top three (of the final four) artists were all female. All finalists in the Top 3 were originally members of Team Miley and this was the first season in which both of the top 2 artists were stolen artists. Agen would also be the last artist Levine would take to the Finale as he did not get any other finalists through the rest of his coaching tenure.
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- Artist's info
- Result details
|Artist||Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5 Finale|
|Brooke Simpson||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||3rd place|
|Red Marlow||Safe||Safe||Safe||Safe||4th place|
|Adam Cunningham||Safe||Safe||Safe||Eliminated||Eliminated (Week 4)|
|Ashland Craft||Safe||Safe||Eliminated||Eliminated (Week 3)|
|Janice Freeman||Safe||Eliminated||Eliminated (Week 2)|
|Jon Mero||Eliminated||Eliminated (Week 1)|
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- Artist's info
- Result details
Artists' appearances in other media
U.S. Nielsen ratings
|Episode||Original airdate||Production||Time slot (ET)||Viewers|
|1||"The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 1"||September 25, 2017 (2017-09-25)||1301||Monday 8:00 p.m.||10.57||2.6||9|||
|2||"The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2"||September 26, 2017 (2017-09-26)||1302||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||10.98||2.7||10|||
|3||"The Blind Auditions, Part 3"||October 2, 2017 (2017-10-02)||1303||Monday 8:00 p.m.||11.04||2.6||9|||
|4||"The Blind Auditions, Part 4"||October 3, 2017 (2017-10-03)||1304||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||10.42||2.4||9|||
|5||"The Blind Auditions, Part 5"||October 9, 2017 (2017-10-09)||1305||Monday 8:00 p.m.||10.91||2.4||8|||
|6||"The Blind Auditions, Part 6"||October 10, 2017 (2017-10-10)||1306||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||10.93||2.6||9|||
|7||"The Battles Premiere, Part 1"||October 16, 2017 (2017-10-16)||1307||Monday 8:00 p.m.||11.01||2.6||10|||
|8||"The Battles Premiere, Part 2"||October 17, 2017 (2017-10-17)||1308||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||10.41||2.4||8|||
|9||"The Battles, Part 3"||October 23, 2017 (2017-10-23)||1309||Monday 8:00 p.m.||10.19||2.4||8|||
|10||"The Battles, Part 4"||October 24, 2017 (2017-10-24)||1310||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||9.90||1.9||7|||
|11||"The Knockouts Premiere, Part 1"||October 30, 2017 (2017-10-30)||1311||Monday 8:00 p.m.||9.98||1.9||7|||
|12||"The Voice: Best of the Season"||October 31, 2017 (2017-10-31)||1312||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||6.23||1.0||4|||
|13||"The Knockouts, Part 2"||November 6, 2017 (2017-11-06)||1313||Monday 8:00 p.m.||9.63||2.0||7|||
|14||"The Knockouts, Part 3"||November 7, 2017 (2017-11-07)||1314||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||9.47||1.9||7|||
|15||"The Playoffs, Night 1"||November 13, 2017 (2017-11-13)||1315||Monday 8:00 p.m.||10.01||2.0||8|||
|16||"The Playoffs, Night 2"||November 14, 2017 (2017-11-14)||1316||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||10.08||2.1||8|||
|17||"The Playoffs, Night 3"||November 15, 2017 (2017-11-15)||1317||Wednesday 9:00 p.m.||8.23||1.7||7|||
|18||"Live Top 12 Performance"||November 20, 2017 (2017-11-20)||1318||Monday 8:00 p.m.||9.15||1.7||6|||
|19||"Live Top 12 Results"||November 21, 2017 (2017-11-21)||1319||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||9.36||1.7||7|||
|20||"Live Top 11 Performance"||November 27, 2017 (2017-11-27)||1320||Monday 8:00 p.m.||9.60||1.9||7|||
|21||"Live Top 11 Results"||November 28, 2017 (2017-11-28)||1321||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||10.60||1.8||7|||
|22||"Live Top 10 Performance"||December 4, 2017 (2017-12-04)||1322||Monday 8:00 p.m.||9.86||1.8||7|||
|23||"Live Top 10 Results"||December 5, 2017 (2017-12-05)||1323||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||10.00||1.8||7|||
|24||"Live Top 8 Semifinals Performance"||December 11, 2017 (2017-12-11)||1324||Monday 8:00 p.m.||10.45||1.9||7|||
|25||"Live Top 8 Semifinals Results"||December 12, 2017 (2017-12-12)||1325||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||9.77||1.7||7|||
|26||"Live Finale Performance"||December 18, 2017 (2017-12-18)||1326||Monday 8:00 p.m.||11.02||2.0||7|||
|27||"Live Finale Results"||December 19, 2017 (2017-12-19)||1327||Tuesday 9:00 p.m.||10.91||2.0||8|||
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The Voice (American TV series)
American talent competition series
This article is about the American television series. For other versions of the series, see The Voice (franchise). For the American governmental radio service, see Voice of America. For the current season, see The Voice (American season 21).
The Voice is an American singing competition television series broadcast on NBC. It premiered during the spring television cycle on April 26, 2011. Based on the original The Voice of Holland and part of The Voice franchise, it has aired twenty seasons and aims to find unsigned singing talent (solo or duets, professional and amateur) contested by aspiring singers, age 13 or over, drawn from public auditions.
The winner is determined by television viewers voting by telephone, internet, SMS text, and iTunes Store purchases of the audio-recorded artists' vocal performances. They receive US$100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group for winning the competition. The winners of the twenty seasons have been: Javier Colon, Jermaine Paul, Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradbery, Tessanne Chin, Josh Kaufman, Craig Wayne Boyd, Sawyer Fredericks, Jordan Smith, Alisan Porter, Sundance Head, Chris Blue, Chloe Kohanski, Brynn Cartelli, Chevel Shepherd, Maelyn Jarmon, Jake Hoot, Todd Tilghman, Carter Rubin and Cam Anthony.
The series employs a panel of four coaches who critique the artists' performances and guide their teams of selected artists through the remainder of the season. They also compete to ensure that their act wins the competition, thus making them the winning coach. The original panel featured Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton; the panel for the current twenty-first season features Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Ariana Grande. Other coaches from previous seasons include Shakira, Usher, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Hudson and Nick Jonas. In the fifteenth season, Kelsea Ballerini was featured as an off-screen fifth coach for "Comeback Stage" contestants. Bebe Rexha took over as the "Comeback Stage" coach for the sixteenth season.
An adaptation of the Dutch show The Voice of Holland, NBC announced the show under the name The Voice of America in December 2010; its name was soon shortened to The Voice. (The name "Voice of America" was already in use by the U.S. government for its overseas radio service.) In each season, the winner receives $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Republic Records (seasons 1 & 2) or later Universal Music Group (season 3–present).
Selection process and format
Each season begins with the "Blind Auditions," where coaches form their team of artists (12 in almost all seasons except seasons 1 (8), 3 (16), 18-20 (10)) whom they mentor through the remainder of the season. The coaches' chairs are faced towards the audience during artists' performances; those interested in an artist press their button, which turns their chair towards the artist and illuminates the bottom of the chair to read "I want you." At the conclusion of the performance, an artist either defaults to the only coach who turned around or selects his or her coach if more than one coach expresses interest. In the 14th season, a new twist called "Block" is featured, which allows one coach to block another coach from getting a contestant.
In the "Battle Rounds," each coach pairs two of his or her team members to perform together, then chooses one to advance in the competition. In each season, coaches are assisted by celebrity advisors that are different in each season. In the first season, coaches sit alongside their respective advisors in the battle stage. However, starting with the second season, the advisors no longer join the coaches in the battle stage. A new element was added in season three; coaches were given two "steals", allowing each coach to select two individuals who were eliminated during a battle round by another coach.
The Knockout Rounds were also introduced in season three and introduced in almost all seasons except seasons six and sixteen. A pair of artists within a team are selected to sing individual performances in succession. They are not told until a few minutes prior to their performances who their partner is. The artists get to choose their own songs in this round, although they continue to get help and advice from their respective coaches. At the conclusion of the performances, coaches would decide which one of each pair gets to advance to the next round. Similar to the battle rounds, the coaches can steal one eliminated artist from another coach starting with season five. Starting in season 14, coaches can save one eliminated artist from his (or her) own team. In season 18, the artists who were saved faced a Four-Way Knockout, with the winner decided through a public vote.
The "Battles, Round 2" were introduced to replace the Knockout Rounds in season six. Similar to the Knockout Rounds, each singer is paired within their team. One celebrity key adviser also assists all four of the coaches and their teams in preparation of these rounds. Coaches give each Battle pairing a list of songs and each pair must agree on which song to sing. Each coach can still decide which of their singers in each pair will advance to the next round. The coaches are also allowed one steal.
In the sixteenth season, the knockouts were replaced by The Live Cross Battles, a format identical to the Cross Battles from the Chinese version of The Voice. Each coach selects an artist to perform with another coach's artist together. The artist that receives the public vote will move on to the Playoffs, while the losing artist gets eliminated or receives a chance to be in the comeback stage. The Live Cross Battles did not return in season seventeen due to poor response from the audience.
Previously eliminated artists can also advance to compete in the live shows; between seasons nine and thirteen (except season 11), each coach saved one artist (from either the Battle or Knockout rounds) to put through to the Live Playoffs. For seasons fifteen and sixteen, selected singers (prior to the Live elimination rounds) are put through to the "Comeback Stage" (which would be mentored by a fifth coach) and competed in a series of duels for a place in the live shows, with the winner earning a right to join a team of their choice.
In the final live performance phase of the competition, artists perform in weekly shows, where public voting narrows to a final group of artists and eventually declares a winner. The coaches have the power to save one artist that had not received the public's vote that week. As of season two, these artists would give a last chance performance to win their coach's save. However, in deciding who moves on to the final four phase, the television audience and the coaches have equal say. With one team member remaining for each coach, the contestants compete against each other in the finale, where the outcome is decided solely by public vote. In the first two seasons, one contestant from each team would advance to the final four. Due to the possibility of having multiple potential winners on the same team, eliminations were adjusted in season three to eliminate contestants who earned the lowest number of votes, thus not guaranteeing a coach and a contestant in the finals until the eighteenth season (although season ten and seventeen saw a final four with all four coaches representing one artist in the finale). The number of finalists were three on the start but increased to four starting in season seven, and five in season eighteen, making it the first season with a guarantee of having at least one artist representing the coach in the finale.
See also: The Voice (American TV series) discography
In a first for a music competition series, NBC and Universal Republic Records offered fans of the show the ability to vote for their favorite artists by purchasing the studio versions of the songs that they perform on the live show each week via the iTunes Store. Alternative methods of voting can be done through toll-free phone calls (until season 8), text messaging, "The Voice Official App on NBC" app, and through online votes via NBC.com and Facebook. Each method is limited to ten votes per user, and voting lasts until noon EST the next day.
From the top 12 results show of season 3 to the end of season 17, a rule regarding voting was enacted with regards to iTunes singles purchases. In the first two seasons, voting via iTunes purchases of contestant performances counted singly during the official voting window and only accredited to the live show in concern. When a competitor's performance charts within the Top 10 of the iTunes "Top 200 Singles Chart" during this window, it was given an iTunes bonus that multiplies iTunes votes made by ten. In season 5, the iTunes bonus multiplier was reduced to five for the studio versions of the songs performed by the competitors. The finale's vote count included a 'Cumulative iTunes Vote Total' of all singles (from top 12 onwards) purchased during and outside of the various voting windows, with iTunes bonuses previously earned. From season 15, the bonus multiplier was revised to include streams counting as a vote, and the only artist with the most streams at the time of the closing of voting window would receive the bonus. The iTunes bonus multiplier was discontinued beginning with the live shows of the eighteenth season, as the performances are now recorded away from the studios and could not be recorded to iTunes or Spotify; this measure was initially enacted for safety reasons as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Beginning in the nineteenth season, studio performances are now recorded on YouTube Music, replacing the traditional iTunes and Spotify recordings that were done between the second and seventeenth seasons.
Only the studio recording of the contestants' performances, not the live performance, were available on iTunes. In the first season, the battle rounds were recorded in the studio with both artists in the pairing. However, from season 2 to season 18, only the winner's version of the song from the battle round was released. Season 7 reverted to the old style of both artists. With the introduction of the Knockout Rounds in season three, where each contestant sang a separate song, only the winner's single was released.
The "Instant Save" was introduced in season five. During the live elimination episodes, viewers are given a five-minute window to vote for the contestants in danger of elimination by using their Twitter account (and from season 17, the official app) to decide which contestant will move on to the next show, starting with the Top 12. Home viewers can only vote once per account for one contestant of their choice. Since season six, the Instant Save now function as a Last Chance Performance where artists perform an additional song to rally votes.
Coaches and hosts
CeeLo Green of Gnarls Barkley and Adam Levine of Maroon 5 became the first confirmed coaches in February 2011, followed by Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton in March. Aguilera and Green did not return for season four and were replaced by Shakira and Usher. Aguilera and Green then returned for season five, while Shakira and Usher returned for season six. In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres in February 2014, Green revealed that he would not be returning to The Voice. On March 31, 2014, it was announced that Pharrell Williams would become Green's replacement. On April 19, 2014, it was announced that No Doubt's Gwen Stefani would replace Aguilera in season seven due to her pregnancy. On May 20, 2014, Shakira and Usher confirmed that after season six, they would focus on their music. On March 25, 2016, Miley Cyrus confirmed that following her role as key advisor during the tenth season that she would be joining the series once again in its eleventh season as a coach, replacing Christina Aguilera. That same day, Alicia Keys was also announced to be joining the series as a coach for the eleventh season. On October 18, 2016, it was announced that Stefani would re-join the coaches' panel for the series' twelfth season, alongside returning coaches Keys, Levine and Shelton; it was also confirmed that Cyrus would return for the thirteenth season.
On April 27, 2017, in an interview published by TV Insider, Keys confirmed that the twelfth season would be her last. She stated, "Who knows what the future holds, but I know this one is my final season." On May 10, 2017, NBC announced that Jennifer Hudson would join the coaches lineup for the series' thirteenth season alongside Cyrus, Levine and Shelton. On May 11, 2017, it was announced that Kelly Clarkson would be a coach in season fourteen in 2018. On October 18, 2017, NBC announced that Alicia Keys would return to the series for the 14th season. On May 10, 2018, it was announced that Hudson would return for the series' fifteenth season after a one-season hiatus joining Clarkson, Levine and Shelton. Kelsea Ballerini also joined season fifteen as the fifth coach for the Comeback Stage of the competition. On September 13, 2018, John Legend was announced as a coach for the show's sixteenth season, alongside returning coaches Clarkson, Levine and Shelton.
On February 25, 2019 it was announced that Bebe Rexha will be the fifth coach for season 16 Comeback Stage. In May 2019, it was announced that all four coaches from the same sixteenth season would return for the series' seventeenth season. Later that month, it was announced that Levine would exit the series; Stefani was announced to be returning to the coaching panel as his successor. In October 2019, it was announced that Nick Jonas would join the show as a coach for its eighteenth season, alongside returning coaches Shelton, Clarkson and Legend. In June 2020, it was announced that Stefani would be returning to the coaching panel, replacing Jonas, for the nineteenth season, alongside returning coaches Shelton, Clarkson and Legend. In November of the same year, it was announced Stefani would again depart the coaching panel ahead of its twentieth season, and would be replaced by a returning Jonas. In March 2021, it was announced that Ariana Grande is to replace Jonas for season twenty-one alongside returning coaches Clarkson, Legend and Shelton.
Timeline of coaches
|Featured as a full-time coach.|
|Featured as a part-time coach.|
|Featured as a part-time advisor.|
Carson Daly has hosted the series since the inaugural season. Alison Haislip served as the original "backstage, online and social media correspondent" and was replaced by Christina Milian. Milian did not return for season five, at which point Daly assumed the duties as the social media correspondent.
Battle round advisors are listed first; additional advisors and their roles are denoted by superscripts.
|^a During the week of the Top 10 performances, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton brought in Jennifer Hudson, Ron Fair and Scott Hendricks respectively to help them coach their teams.|
|^b During the week of the Top 8 performances, Cee Lo Green brought in Bill Withers to help coach his contestant Nicholas David on his performance of "Lean on Me".|
|^c Due to being sick during the rehearsals of the Top 6 performances, Cee Lo Green brought in Pat Monahan to coach his team for the week. Green did however pick the songs which his team members would sing that week and kept in touch with them by phone.|
|^d The mentors of the Battle Rounds reprised their roles during the week of the Top 10 performances except Joel Madden who was working on The Voice in Australia. Shakira instead brought in Cee Lo Green to help coach her team that week.|
|^e During the week of the Top 12 performances, Usher brought in his choreographer Aakomon Jones to help coach his team.|
|^f During the week of the Top 6 performances, Taylor Swift attended Michelle Chamuel's rehearsal of "I Knew You Were Trouble".|
|^g With the replacement of the Knockout Rounds with the "Battles, Round 2" in season 6, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin served as the sole advisor for every team.|
|^h During the week of the Top 10 performances, all four coaches brought advisors to help coach their teams. Graham Nash helped Team Adam, busbee helped Team Shakira, Natural helped Team Usher, and Scott Hendricks helped Team Blake.|
|^i During the week of the Top 8 performances, Adam Levine brought in fellow band member James Valentine, and Blake Shelton brought in season two contestant Gwen Sebastian to help coach their teams.|
|^j With the return of the Knockout Rounds in season seven, Taylor Swift served as the sole advisor for every team.|
|^k During the week of the Top 10 performances, all four coaches brought advisors to help coach their teams. Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump helped Team Adam, Christina Aguilera helped Team Gwen, Diana Ross helped Team Pharrell, and Colbie Caillat helped Team Blake.|
|^l During the week of the Top 12 performances, Reba McEntire helped all four coaches coaching the teams.|
|^m During the week of the Top 10 performances, all four coaches brought advisors to help coach their teams. Dave Stewart helped Team Adam, Ryan Tedder helped Team Pharrell, Mark Ronson helped Team Christina, and Scott Hendricks helped Team Blake.|
|^n During the week of the Top 8 performances, all four coaches brought advisors to help coach their teams. Usher helped Team Adam, Gwen Stefani helped Teams Pharrell and Christina, and CeeLo Green helped Team Blake.|
|^o During the week of the semi-final performances, Dolly Parton helped all four coaches coaching the teams.|
|^p During the week of the semi-final performances, Pink helped all four coaches coaching the teams.|
|^q During the week of the Top 12 performances, Garth Brooks helped all four coaches coaching the teams.|
|^r During the week of the Knockout rounds, all four coaches brought past winners of the show as advisors to help coach their teams. Season 9 winner Jordan Smith helped Team Adam, Season 12 winner Chris Blue helped Team Alicia, Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope helped Team Kelly, and Season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski helped Team Blake.|
|^s During the week of the semi-final performances, Kelly Clarkson brought in Brynn Cartelli to help her team in the rehearsals.|
These are each of the coaches teams throughout the seasons from the playoffs, to the finale.
- Winning coach; winners are denoted by boldface.
- † Contestant is deceased.
- Artist from Team Adam
- Artist from Team Blake
- Artist from Team CeeLo
- Artist from Team Christina
- Artist from Team Usher
- Artist from Team Gwen
- Artist from Team Pharrell
- Artist from Team Alicia
- Artist from Team Miley
- Artist from Team JHud
- Artist from Team Kelly
- Artist from Team Legend
- Artist from Team Nick
|Season||First aired||Last aired||Winner||Runner-up||Third place||Fourth place||Fifth place||Winning coach||Host||Coaches (Chairs' order)|
|1||Apr 26, 2011||June 29, 2011||Javier Colon||Dia Frampton||Vicci Martinez||From season 1 through 17, there were only three or four finalists.||Adam Levine||Carson Daly||Adam||CeeLo||Christina||Blake|
|2||Feb 5, 2012||May 8, 2012||Jermaine Paul||Juliet Simms||Tony Lucca||Chris Mann||Blake Shelton|
|3||Sep 10, 2012||Dec 18, 2012||Cassadee Pope||Terry McDermott||Nicholas David||From season 3 through 6, there were only three finalists.|
|4||Mar 25, 2013||June 18, 2013||Danielle Bradbery||Michelle Chamuel||The Swon Brothers||Shakira||Usher|
|5||Sep 23, 2013||Dec 17, 2013||Tessanne Chin||Jacquie Lee||Will Champlin||Adam Levine||CeeLo||Christina|
|6||Feb 24, 2014||May 20, 2014||Josh Kaufman||Jake Worthington||Christina Grimmie||Usher||Shakira||Usher|
|7||Sep 22, 2014||Dec 16, 2014||Craig Wayne Boyd||Matt McAndrew||Chris Jamison||Damien Lawson||Blake Shelton||Gwen||Pharrell|
|8||Feb 23, 2015||May 19, 2015||Sawyer Fredericks||Meghan Linsey||Joshua Davis||Koryn Hawthorne||Pharrell Williams||Pharrell||Christina|
|9||Sep 21, 2015||Dec 15, 2015||Jordan Smith||Emily Ann Roberts||Barrett Baber||Jeffery Austin||Adam Levine||Gwen||Pharrell|
|10||Feb 29, 2016||May 24, 2016||Alisan Porter||Adam Wakefield||Hannah Huston||Laith Al-Saadi||Christina Aguilera||Pharrell||Christina|
|11||Sep 19, 2016||Dec 13, 2016||Sundance Head||Billy Gilman||Wé McDonald||Josh Gallagher||Blake Shelton||Miley||Alicia|
|12||Feb 27, 2017||May 23, 2017||Chris Blue||Lauren Duski||Aliyah Moulden||Jesse Larson||Alicia Keys||Gwen|
|13||Sep 25, 2017||Dec 19, 2017||Chloe Kohanski||Addison Agen||Brooke Simpson||Red Marlow||Blake Shelton||Miley||Jennifer|
|14||Feb 26, 2018||May 22, 2018||Brynn Cartelli||Britton Buchanan||Kyla Jade||Spensha Baker||Kelly Clarkson||Alicia||Kelly|
|15||Sep 24, 2018||Dec 18, 2018||Chevel Shepherd||Chris Kroeze||Kirk Jay||Kennedy Holmes||Kelly||Jennifer|
|16||Feb 25, 2019||May 21, 2019||Maelyn Jarmon||Gyth Rigdon||Dexter Roberts||Andrew Sevener||John Legend||John||Kelly|
|17||Sep 23, 2019||Dec 17, 2019||Jake Hoot||Ricky Duran||Katie Kadan||Rose Short||Kelly Clarkson||Kelly||Gwen||John|
|18||Feb 24, 2020||May 19, 2020||Todd Tilghman||Toneisha Harris||Thunderstorm Artis||CammWess||Micah Iverson||Blake Shelton||Nick|
|19||Oct 19, 2020||Dec 15, 2020||Carter Rubin||Jim Ranger||Ian Flanigan||DeSz||John Holiday||Gwen Stefani||Gwen|
|20||Mar 1, 2021||May 25, 2021||Cam Anthony||Kenzie Wheeler||Jordan Matthew Young||Rachel Mac||Victor Solomon||Blake Shelton||John||Nick|
|21||Sep 20, 2021||Current Season||Ariana|
In 2016, a New York Times study of the 50 TV shows with the most Facebook Likes found that The Voice "is most popular in North Dakota and least popular in New York. It was behind only Duck Dynasty and Fast N' Loud in its correlation with Trump voters".
Awards and nominations
Main article: List of awards and nominations received by The Voice (American TV series)
The first season premiered strong at 11.78 million viewers and actually grew upon that audience through its first season. In the 18–49 demographic, the show constantly found itself in the top 5. For its average season rating, the show landed itself as No. 20 with total viewers at nearly 12 million viewers. In the 18–49 rankings, the show was No. 4 at a 5.4 ranking.
The second season premiered on Super Bowl Sunday, February 5, 2012, and for a while managed to keep a 6.0 in the adults 18–49 demographic and 17 million viewers. Partnering The Voice with Smash (NBC's musical drama) helped NBC win the Monday night ratings. However, by Monday, April 9, the ratings had fallen to a 4.0 rating in the adult 18–49 demographic.
The third season premiered on Monday, September 10, 2012, to 12.28 million viewers and a 4.2 rating in the 18–49 demographic and has since then grown to a season-high 4.8 rating in the 18–49 demographic on October 8, October 15 and 29, 2012 and a 4.9 rating in the finale. The Voice, along with NBC's new drama, Revolution has once again led NBC to win every Monday night of the season so far, just like it did last season. On Tuesdays, comedies Go On and The New Normal has been successful thanks to The Voice, leading NBC to be the only network of the Big 5 to grow in ratings from last season.
The fourth season premiered on Monday, March 25, 2013, to a 13.64 million viewer audience, scoring a 4.8 in the 18–49 demographic but fell back to a 12.41 million viewer audience. In the 18–49 demographic, this first episode had a 4.1 score.
The fifth season premiered on Monday, September 23, 2013, scoring 14.98 million viewers and a 5.1 in the 18–49 demographic.
The sixth season premiered on February 24, 2014, and was watched by 15.74 million viewers with a 4.7 rating in the 18–49 demographic. It was up from last season's premiere by .76 million viewers.
The seventh season premiered on September 22, 2014, and was watched by 12.95 million viewers with a 3.9 rating in the 18–49 demographic. It was down from last season's premiere by 2.91 million viewers.
The eighth season premiered on February 23, 2015, and was watched by 13.97 million viewers with a 4.1 rating in the 18–49 demographic. It was up from last season's premiere by 1.02 million viewers.
The ninth season premiered on September 21, 2015, and was watched by 12.37 million viewers with a 3.5 rating in the 18–49 demographic. It was down from last fall's premiere by .48 million viewers.
The tenth season premiered on February 29, 2016, and was watched by 13.33 million viewers with a 3.4 rating in the 18–49 demographic. It was up from last season's premiere by .96 million viewers.
The eleventh season premiered on September 19, 2016, and was watched by 12.10 million viewers with a 3.3 rating in the 18–49 demographic. It is down from last season's premiere by 1.23 million viewers.
The twelfth season premiered on February 27, 2017, and was watched by 13.03 million viewers with a 3.1 in the 18–49 demographic. It was up from last season's premiere by .93 million viewers.
The thirteenth season premiered on September 25, 2017, and was watched by 10.57 million viewers with a 2.6 in the 18-49 demographic. It is down from last season's premiere by 2.46 million viewers.
The fourteenth season premiered on February 26, 2018, and was watched by 12.31 million viewers with a 2.8 in the 18-49 demographic. It is up from last season's premiere by 1.74 million viewers.
The fifteenth season premiered on September 24, 2018, and was watched by 9.66 million viewers with a 2.0 in the 18-49 demographic. This is the second lowest-rated season premiere to date.
The sixteenth season premiered on February 25, 2019, and was watched by 10.77 million viewers with a 2.1 in the 18-49 demographic. This was up from the previous season by 1.11 million viewers.
The seventeenth season premiered on September 23, 2019, and was watched by 8.93 million viewers with a 1.7 in the 18-49 demographic marking the lowest season premiere to date.
The eighteenth season premiered on February 24, 2020, with 8.99 million viewers with a 1.5 in the 18-49 demographic marking a new low for a season premiere.
The nineteenth season premiered on October 19, 2020, with 8.20 million viewers with a 1.2 in the 18-49 demographic marking the latest new series low.
The twentieth season premiered on March 1, 2021, with 7.89 million viewers with a 1.1 in the 18-49 demographic marking the latest new series low.
The twenty-first season premiered on September 20, 2021, with 7.22 million viewers with a 1.1 in the 18-49 demographic marking the latest news series low in viewers but steady in the demographic.
- Each U.S. network television season starts in late September and ends in late May, which coincides with the completion of May sweeps.
|Season||Timeslot (ET)||# Ep.||Premiered||Ended||TV season||Season ranking||Viewers|
|1||Tuesday 9:00 pm (eps. 1–2, 7–9, 11)|
Tuesday 10:00 pm (eps. 3–6)
Wednesday 8:15 pm (ep. 10)
Wednesday 8:00 pm (finale)
|12||April 26, 2011||11.78||June 29, 2011||11.05||2010–11||20||12.33|
|2||Sunday 10:21 pm|
Monday 8:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 pm
|21||February 5, 2012||37.61||May 8, 2012||11.90||2011–12||9||15.76[†]|
|3||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 pm (ep. 20)
|32||September 10, 2012||12.28||December 18, 2012||14.13||2012–13||10||14.24|
|4||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm
|28||March 25, 2013||13.64||June 18, 2013||15.59|
|5||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 pm (ep. 15)
|27||September 23, 2013||14.98||December 17, 2013||14.01||2013–14||7||14.57|
|6||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm
|26||February 24, 2014||15.86||May 20, 2014||11.69|
|7||27||September 22, 2014||12.95||December 16, 2014||12.88||2014–15||12||13.80|
|8||28||February 23, 2015||13.97||May 19, 2015||11.56|
|9||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm (eps. 2, 4, 6, 16–27)
Tuesday 9:00 pm (eps. 8, 10, 12, 14)
|27||September 21, 2015||12.37||December 15, 2015||12.69||2015–16||9||13.33|
|10||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm
|28||February 29, 2016||13.33||May 24, 2016||10.59|
|11||26||September 19, 2016||12.10||December 13, 2016||12.14||2016–17||13||12.40|
|12||28||February 27, 2017||13.03||May 23, 2017||9.35|
|13||27||September 25, 2017||10.57||December 19, 2017||10.91||2017–18||14||11.85|
|14||28||February 26, 2018||12.31||May 22, 2018||8.77|
|15||26||September 24, 2018||9.66||December 18, 2018||9.89||2018–19||20||10.71|
|16||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm (eps. 2, 4, 11, 13)
Tuesday 9:00 pm (eps. 15, 17, 19, 21, 23)
|23||February 25, 2019||10.77||May 21, 2019||7.42|
|17||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 pm (eps. 22, 24, 26)
|26||September 23, 2019||8.93||December 17, 2019||8.66||2019–20||16||10.23|
|18||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm (eps. 2, 13, 15, 17)
|18||February 24, 2020||8.99||May 19, 2020||7.54|
|19||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm
|19||October 19, 2020||8.20||December 15, 2020||7.26||2020–21||17||8.40|
|20||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 9:00 pm (eps. 2, 4)
Tuesday 8:00 pm (eps. 14, 16, 18)
|18||March 1, 2021||7.89||May 25, 2021||6.73|
|21||Monday 8:00 pm|
Tuesday 8:00 pm
|TBA||September 20, 2021||7.22||2021||TBA||2021–22||TBA||TBA|
†^ Including an episode that aired after a live broadcast of the Super Bowl:
- 10:19–10:30 = 46.786 million viewers (retention: 76.68% – football game itself reached a peak of 118.355 million viewers)
- 10:30–10:45 = 39.494 million viewers
- 10:45–11:00 = 36.310 million viewers
- 11:00–11:15 = 32.630 million viewers
- 11:15–11:21 = 31.792 million viewers
The Voice: I Want You is a video game based on the television show. It was released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, and Wii U on October 21, 2014, and was published by Activision. The game includes a microphone and has songs from the show including songs performed by the coaches.
The show premiered in Canada on April 26, 2011, on CTV. In Asia, the series aired on August 21, 2011, on AXN but later transferred to Star World (now Fox Life) starting Season 11 until cease transmission at 1 October 2021. It premiered in New Zealand on July 16, 2011, on TV2, in Australia on August 9, 2011 on Go!, in South Africa on October 5, 2011, on SABC 3, and on March 31, 2012, in the Philippines on Studio 23 (now S+A). On May 22, 2019, it premiered in Germany on sixx starting Season 14.
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'The Voice' coaches past and present
Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and more: See which music industry notables have put their talent to use as coaches on NBC's hit show "The Voice" since it premiered in 2011.
Adam Levine who has coached "The Voice" since its debut in 2011, will not be returning as a coach for the competition's 17th season, which premieres fall 2019. "Voice" host Carson Daly announced the change on May 24, 2019, on "Today." Daly said it was Levine's decision to leave, adding that he "will always be a cherished member of 'The Voice' family, and of course we wish him nothing but the best." Gwen Stefani will replace him.
Gwen Stefani joined "The Voice" in 2014 as a coach for its seventh season and then would coach for a few more seasons, off and on. She returned for season 9 in 2015, season 12 in 2017 and will be returning once again for season 17 just as long-running coach Adam Levine announced he would not be returning. Season 17 premieres fall 2019.
John Legend joined "The Voice" for season 16, which began in February 2019.
Kelly Clarkson joined the competition as coach in 2018 during the 14th season.
Jennifer Hudson joined as a coach for the competition's 13th season in 2017 and again for the competition's 15th season in 2018.
Alicia Keys started coaching on the "The Voice" first in 2016 for season 11, then in 2017 for season 12 and in 2018 for season 14.
Miley Cyrus coached on "The Voice" during its 11th season in 2016 and again for its 13th season in 2017.
Christina Aguilera became the first female coach on "The Voice" to have a winner on the show when Alisan Porter was crowned the season 10 winner. Aguilera became a coach on season 1 in 2011 and continued for season 2 and 3 in 2012, before taking a hiatus between season 3 and 5. She left again after season 5 in 2013, taking a two-season break during which she got engaged and gave birth to her daughter, before returning again for season 8 (2015) and then again for season 10 in 2016.
Pharrell Williams began to occupy the big red swivel chair on the singing competition's seventh season in 2014. Williams remained a judge through season 10 in 2016, but left before season 11 which continued that year.
Blake Shelton has been a mainstay on "The Voice" since its first season in 2011. He has coached five winners throughout his time on the show.
CeeLo Green was part of the original panel, but left after season 3 in 2012. He returned for season 5 in 2013, but hasn't been back since. Green made a brief reappearance in the season 10 finale for a duet with finalist Hannah Huston.
Usher coached on seasons 4 (2013) and 6 ( 2014) of "The Voice," in CeeLo Green's absence. He hasn't since returned as a judge.
Shakira coached on seasons 4 (2013) and 6 ( 2014), replacing Christina Aguilera. She also hasn't returned as a judge since her two-season stint.
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