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The Voice - Season 11

The Voice heads into its 11th season, all of which have been on NBC. The season kicked off on August 21st, 2016 with a preview of the blind auditions, which followed the closing ceremonies at the Summer Olympics in Brazil, and those auditions took place in Houston, Memphis, Chicago and Philadelphia. Carson Daly will be back as usual to host The Voice (Daly has hosted or co-hosted in all 11 seasons), while Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are returning coaches; Levine and Shelton have been coaches for all 11 seasons now. Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus will replace Pharrell Williams and Christina Aguilera, and Keys returns after being an advisor for Williams' team in Season 7, while Cyrus was an advisor for all teams last season. This year's advisors for the Battle rounds are Bette Midler for Team Blake, Sammy Hagar for Team Adam, Charlie Puth for Team Alicia and Joan Jett for Team Miley.

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Event Details

Event: The Voice – Season 11 

Date: Monday, September 19th, 2016 (Premiere) 

Location: Various (Auditions)/Culver City, California (Live Shows) 

TV: NBC

Judges: Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton 

Host(s): Carson Daly 

The Voice starts with the blind auditions, then the Top 48 move on to the Battle Rounds, then the Top 32 to the Knockout Rounds. The Live Playoffs feature the Top 24 and then it goes to the Top 4 for the finale. Fans also have a say with the Instant Save, in which there is a vote between contestants who could be eliminated, and the singer with the most votes gets to stay on. There are also iTunes Bonus multipliers, in which singers are rewarded if their songs do decent numbers on iTunes (the studio version of that song, not the live version). As usual, the winner receives a grand prize of $100,000, along with a record deal on Universal Music Group, so there is a lot on the line for those that get to compete on The Voice.

Contestants Remaining

Team Adam Team Miley Team Alicia Team Blake
      Sundance Head

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Show Recap – The Voice

The Voice concluded their 11th season this week in a spectacular finale. The winner was crowned, but it wasn't the singer who was favored going into the final episode. 

What Happened Heading Into This Week

The final four was set as Christian and Ali were eliminated and Josh won the Instant Save.

What Happened This Week

There were a whopping 13 non-competition performances this week, featuring various combinations of those that were on The Voice this season. Stevie Wonder also came out, along with Ariana Grande, John Legend, Sting, The Weeknd, Kiss, Kelly Clarkson and Bruno Mars.

The four sang on Monday night, and they did one solo song, along with one duet with their coach and then one original song that they wrote. Josh came in fourth place as he did “Jack and Diane” by John Mellencamp, “Smooth” by Santana and Rob Thomas was his duet with Adam, and his original, “Pick Any Small Town”. In third was We, who did “Don't Rain On My Parade” by Barbra Streisand, the famous prayer, “Ave Maria” with Alicia, and her original, “Wishes”. Adam had another singer in the Top 4 as Billy did Frank Sinatra's “My Way”, “Bye Bye Love” by the Everly Brothers as his coach duet and his original song, “Because Of Me”. The last person standing was Sundance Head, who sang “At Last” by Etta James, “Treat Her Right” by Roy Head with Blake, and his original, “Darlin', Don't Go”.

Billy has been the favorite for most, if not all, of the season, but Sundance kept improving and hanging around. He also added a nice touch with his duet with Blake as Roy Head is his father, and “Treat Her Right”, which was released in 1965, was his biggest hit. And while Billy had a career as a child (and will again after this), Sundance made it to the semifinals of the sixth season of American Idol, so he didn't appear to be nervous. It was also the fifth win as a coach for Blake, who talked a lot of trash throughout the season, but you have to admit that he is excellent at getting his singers ready for this moment.

The next season of The Voice, if all goes according to history, should air sometime near the end of February, in which Gwen Stefani will return as a coach, along with Blake (the two are dating), Adam and Alicia; Miley Cyrus is leaving, but will be back in Season 13 in one way or another.

The Voice Contestants

Team Adam Team Miley Team Alicia Team Blake
Riley Elmore Ali Caldwell Christian Cuevas Gabe Broussard
Bindi Liebowitz Courtnie Ramirez We McDonald Dana Harper
Elia Esparza Darby Walker Dave Moisan Sundance Head
Simone Gundy Lane Mack Jason Warrior Josh Gallagher
Nolan Neal Karlee Metzger Josh Halverson Auston Allsup
Andrew DeMuro Aaron Gibson Gabriel Violett Christian Fermin
Billy Gilman Khaliya Kimberlie Michael Sanchez Preston James
Brendan Fletcher Sa'rayah Halle Tomlinson Ethan Tucker
Johnny Rez Sophia Urista Lauren Diaz Dan Shafer
Jsoul Maye Thomas Whitney and Shannon Courtney Harrell
Natasha Bure Charity Bowden Belle Jewel Tarra Layne
Pociano Seoane Josette Diaz Kylie Rothfield Blaine Long

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Previous Week Recaps

Show Recap – The Voice

A week after Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus stole the show, the focus was back on the contestants. The final four was decided on The Voice as the field got cut from eight. That sets the table for next week's showdown.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Austin and Courtney were eliminated as Aaron won the Instant Save for the second week in a row.

What Happened This Week

It was a jam-packed two-episode week, starting with Monday as all eight acts performed. Three advanced on the public's vote: Billy, Sundance and We. Two were eliminated: Brendan and Aaron, and then there were a middle three of Christian, Ali and Josh, who would participate in a three-way Instant Save on Tuesday.

The remaining three performed on Tuesday as Christian tried “I Can't Make You Love Me” by Bonnie Raitt, while Ali went with “Sledgehammer” by Rihanna. But in the end, those two were eliminated as Josh was saved with “I Drive Your Truck” by Lee Brice. This left Miley with no more singers on her team, while Alicia became the second coach to get an artist to the final in her debut season; the first was Usher in Season 4.

There were also a number of non-competition performances as Aaron and We, Josh and Sundance, Christian and Billy and Ali and Brendan all did duets on Monday night. On Tuesday, OneRepublic sang “Let's Hurt Tonight”, Season 10 third-place winner Hannah Huston performed her single, “I Alone Have Love You”, and Blake closed it out with “A Guy With A Girl”, his most recent single.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

The final four remaining singers look pretty solid, led by Billy, who has been the favorite for most of the season, if not the entire time. We has seemed to get better each week while Sundance has come on strong as of late. It doesn't look good for Josh to get past these three, but he did well to get to this point.

Billy is probably still the favorite going into the final, and there really hasn't been a time this season where he has looked in trouble. We and Sundance must have their best performances and hope that Billy struggles a bit because if not, Billy is going to win this season of The Voice rather handily. It's going to take a lot to happen to avoid this scenario, but stranger things have happened on this show.

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The Voice got their field down to the 10 final contestants and things are going to get very interesting over the coming weeks. The competition will be fierce but on this week’s episode, it felt like it was a deserved exit for the person who was sent home.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Sa'Rayah was one of the favorites going into the Live Shows, but she was eliminated due to strange song choices and a good Instant Save performance wasn't enough.

What Happened This Week

Monday's episode was all about the artist performances and 10 of the 12 were called safe: Ali Caldwell, Sundance Head (who also won the newly-added iTunes bonus multiplier), Courtney Harrell, Josh Gallagher, Billy Gilman, Christian Cuevas, Austin Allsup, Brendan Fletcher and We McDonald. That means the bottom two consisted off Aaron Gibson and Darby Walker.

Those two went head-to-head in the Instant Save, with Darby selecting “Your Song” by Elton John, and Aaron took “Budapest” by George Ezra. There were also three non-competition performances on Tuesday as Blake and his team did “The Heart of Rock and Roll” by Huey Lewis and the News, while Alicia and her team sang “People Get Ready” by the Impressions. Season 9 winner Jordan Smith also came back to do “O Holy Night” with Christmas only a month away. Then the votes were tallied, and it was Darby who would be eliminated as Aaron wasn't that great, but he was a lot better than Darby, who couldn't find her pitch as nerves got the better of her.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

The line behind Billy is getting longer and might actually be closing the gap. We stepped up with another great performance as did Austin, who is getting better by the week and could be second in that line. It was Sundance who received the iTunes bonus multiplier, which is always a good thing, while Billy had a solid week, but it was nothing groundbreaking. What once looked like a coronation is now a competition, which is great heading into the Top 10. Everyone knows that Billy is probably the best technical singer of the group, but Adam told him that he needed to connect emotionally with the fans and it seems like Billy is trying to do that. He has to get a grip on that aspect soon, however, or he will find himself in a battle this season on The Voice, which is shaping up to be a great competition.

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There are eleven singers left on The Voice this season, and one of the early favorites found their way to the exit door. It was a surprise as many people figured that person would be one of the finalists.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Due to the U.S. election, it was a packed, one-episode week for The Voice in which eight singers were eliminated: Riley Elmore, Simone Gundy, Josh Halverson, Dana Harper, Belle Jewel, Kylie Rothfield, Sophia Urista and Jason Warrior.

What Happened This Week

Garth Brooks was the mentor for all four teams, and the 12 singers performed on Monday's episode. The ten that made it through via the public vote are as follows: Sundance Head, Darby Walker, Christian Cuevas, Billy Gilman, Austin Allsup, We McDonald, Courtney Harrell, Josh Gallagher, Ali Caldwell and Brendan Fletcher. That mean Sa'Rayah and Aaron Gibson were in the bottom two, and would have to go into the Instant Save performances on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, there were a trio of group performances as Adam led his team in a rendition of “For What It's Worth” by Buffalo Springfield, Miley and her squad did “There'll Always Be Music” by Dolly Parton, and Alicia did two original songs off her new album, “Blended Family (What You Do For Love)” and “Holy War”. Then, there were the Instant Save performances as Sa'Rayah did “Rock Steady” by Aretha Franklin, and Aaron countered with “Lego House” by Ed Sheeran. Sa'Rayah was better in the Instant Save and she was one of the favorites going into the Live Shows, but that didn't save her as she was eliminated this week in a bit of a shocker.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

Sa'Rayah was thought to be the best option to challenge Billy, who also wasn't great this week. It looks like it is his competition to lose now, although We and Ali both had good weeks. We might be the strongest competition for Billy now if she can be more consistent, but she also has to find another gear to get past Billy, who knows he needs to be better to avoid what happened to Sa'Rayah. The Top 11 is set in stone now on The Voice, and this week was a reminder that anything can happen in shows like these. Much like sports, all it takes is one bad night and someone's dreams can come to an end in a hurry.

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It was a packed week on The Voice with just one episode to kick off the Live Playoffs. That was due to the U.S. Presidential election taking place on Tuesday and pulling the spotlight away from the show. At any rate, each coach lost two of their five singers, which means eight singers went home.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

The Battle rounds ended last week, and there was another recap of the season so far on The Voice.

What Happened This Week

All 20 singers performed during this episode, so a lot happened. Let's start with the eliminated singers: Riley Elmore and Simone Gundy (Team Adam); Belle Jewel and Sophia Urista (Team Miley); Josh Halverson (Team Alicia); and finally, Dana Harper and Jason Warrior (Team Blake). When it comes to the eliminated singers, Simone probably had the best shout to stay in the game, either via the public or Adam, but that's the way it goes sometimes.

For the remaining 12 singers, each team got two public's choices and then the coach had an option to keep one singer. For Team Adam, the public votes went to Josh Gallagher and Billy Gilman, while Brendan Fletcher was saved by Adam. For Team Miley, Ali Caldwell and Aaron Gibson were voted in by the public, while Darby Walker won the save from Miley. For Team Alicia, Christian Cuevas and We McDonald won the public voting, and Sa'Rayah was saved by Alicia. Finally, Austin Allsup and Sundance Head were voted in by the public, and Courtney Harrell won Blake's save.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

A few singers stood out during this packed episode, starting with Billy Gilman, who did “Crying” by Roy Orbison and continues to be the favorite to win it all on The Voice. Sa'Rayah did a good job on “I'd Rather Go Blind” by Etta James, and We McDonald might consider herself lucky to be voted in by the public after her rendition of “Home” by Diana Ross. If Alicia had to make the choice between Sa'Rayah and We, there is a solid chance that it would have went to Sa'Rayah as this was one of We's worst performances. Austin Allsup also had a great with his performance of “Ain't Living Long Like This” by Rodney Crowell, but everyone is still trying to catch up to Gilman, who is moving away from the pack after this week on The Voice.

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The Voice is finally moving on to the money part of the season as the Live Shows kick off next week. The four coaches have their five singers that will make up the Top 20. It should be a couple of entertaining weeks coming up on the show.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Last week featured two episodes of Battle rounds, with Josh Gallagher (from Blake to Adam), Jason Warrior (from Adam to Blake) and Belle Jewel (from Alicia to Miley) lost their battles, were stolen and ended up on new teams.

What Happened This Week

This week was the last Battle round, and there was only one singer stolen. It came in the final overall battle as Aaron Gibson sang “Die A Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett,, while Josh Halverson did “Whiskey and You” by Chris Stapleton. Aaron won the battle, but Josh also did an excellent job and he was saved from an exit off Miley's team and picked up by Alicia. That officially rounded out the Top 20.

The final singers to be eliminated from The Voice this season were Gabe Broussard, Maye Thomas, Nolan Neal, Michael Sanchez, Karlee Metzger and Josette Diaz.

The second episode of the week featured the best moments from the first 13 episodes of the season, going from the blind auditions to now. That's two recap episodes so far in Season 11. 

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

The best performances of the Battle Rounds were probably Billy Gilman, who did “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten last week and this week, that title went to Sa'Rayah. She won her battle on Alicia's team by doing “Ain't Nobody” by Chaka Khan, while Michael Sanchez countered with “Just The Two Of Us” by Bill Withers. Even though Sanchez did well, he was unlucky that the other three teams were already full by the time they got to this battle. Sa'Rayah won handily, however, and she goes into the Live Shows as a co-favorite with the experience Gilman. There are a few other singers to keep an eye on, such as Courtney Harrell, Austin Allsup, We MacDonald and Sundance Head, but they're all trying to keep up with Gilman and Sa'Rayah. That being said, all it takes is one bad performance and a singer will find themselves on the outside looking in, and these singers can't take a night off at this point in The Voice's season.

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The Knockout rounds kicked off this week on The Voice, which means that it’s time for some of our favorite contests to go home. Three singers were stolen by the coaches while two more shined – possibly setting themselves apart from the crowd.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

The Battle rounds were concluded last week, and seven singers were stolen by other coaches to stay in the competition.

What Happened This Week

There were nine Knockout rounds this week, and they're very similar to the Battle rounds in that if you lose, a coach can steal you; the biggest difference is that each singer has their own song instead of two singers battling over one song. That was the case for three singers, starting with Josh Gallagher, who sang “My Maria” by Brooks and Dunn, while Sundance Head sang “The Climb” by Miley herself. However, Blake kept Sundance and Josh was saved by Adam. Next was Jason Warrior, who sang “I Want You” by Luke James, but lost out to Riley Elmore, who did “Haven't Met You Yet” by Riley Elmore. Riley stayed on Adam's team, while Jason was saved by Blake. Jason started on Alicia's team, lost in the Battle round and was saved by Blake, and then this; the coaches must see something in him. Finally, Belle Jewel  sang “Don't Dream It's Over” by Crowded House, but lost to Christian Cuevas, who did “Superstar” by the Carpenters. Belle was on Alicia's team, but was saved by Miley.

Eliminated this week were Whitney and Shannon, Lauren Diaz, Dave Moisan, Courtnie Ramirez, Bindi Liebowitz and Ponciano Seoane.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

The standouts of the week were Billy Gilman and We McDonald, starting with Gilman, whose rendition of “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten got a bump on social media. We did “No More Drama” by Mary J. Blige and the two look like the favorites going into the week. However, Courtney Harrell also did an excellent job with “River Deep – Mountain High” by Tina Turner and she could challenge the top two. Gilman might have an edge over both as he has already been successful, scoring a double platinum album in 2000 when he was just 12 years old.

Next week will fill out the rest of the Top 20 that will go to the Live Shows, as well as a recap episode where there will be some behind-the-scenes moments shown for the 11th season of The Voice.

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The Battle rounds came to their conclusion this week on The Voice, which means all the teams are filled. The coaches have their roster and now we’re heading to the Knockout rounds.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Last week featured the first half of the Battle rounds, and four singers were stolen from one coach by another.

What Happened This Week

There were 12 battles over two episodes this week, and four more singers were stolen. The first was Karlee Metzger, who battled Darby Walker over “Brand New Key” by Melanie. The two were on Miley's team, but she was stolen by Blake. Next was Josh Halverson, who lost to Kylie Rothfield over “The House Of The Rising Sun” by the Animals, but Josh was stolen from Alicia's team by Miley. Alicia pulled the next steal as Sa'rayah lost to Aaron Gibson over “I'll Take Care Of You” by Bobby Bland (and was covered by Miley during a 2014 tour). Both Alicia and Blake wanted to steal her from Miley's team, but Sa'rayah chose to roll with Alicia. The last steal was done by Blake as Bindi Liebowitz lost to Brendan Fletcher on Adam's team as the two sang “Home” by Marc Broussard. Adam, on the other hand, had a quiet week as he had to get rid of singers to finalize his team for the next round.

Going home for good this week were Johnny Rez, Blaine Long, Tarra Layne, Halle Tomlinson, Jsoul, Christian Fermin, Preston James and Gabriel Violett.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

We're almost to the point where you can make predictions on who will win The Voice this season, but a non-steal performance might have been the best of the week. On Blake's team, Austin Allsup defeated Preston James over “Bad Moon Rising” by Creedence Clearwater Revival. James might have been a bit overwhelmed at 15 years old, but it was still a very good performance by Allsup.

Each coach has eight singers on their team and now, the goal of the Knockout rounds is to get the field down to 16 for the Live Shows. Each coach can steal one singer from another coach, and all four teams will share the same mentors as Faith Hill and Tim McGraw will join up for this round. Here is where things really start to come into shape for The Voice, and next week is a very important step for those looking to go all the way.

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This week on The Voice was the first of two Battle Round weeks, where coaches can poach the losing singer for their teams. It was a big week in particular for one coach. Here’s a look back at what happened on The Voice this week.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Last week consisted of the coaches filling in their teams, while getting in some barbs on each other, which seems like it'll be an ongoing theme this season (keep an eye on the simmering tension between Miley and Blake). There was also a recap of the entire blind-audition round, which lasted five episodes (counting a short preview episode).

What Happened This Week

There were four steals this week, and two of them went to Adam, who took a pair of Alicia's acts. The first was Jason Warrior, who went head-to-head with Christian Cuevas over Adele's “Hello”, and while Warrior lost, he was anxiously scooped up by Adam, who didn't stop there. Michael Sanchez defeated Dave Moison as the two dueled over “Valerie” by Mark Ronson featuring Amy Winehouse, but there was Adam to add him to his team.

Lauren Diaz lost to We McDonald as the two sang “Maybe” by the Chantels, and it was almost another steal for Adam, but Miley won out this time. Finally, Alicia got a steal from Miley as Ali Caldwell defeated Courtnie Ramirez over “Hit or Miss” by Odetta, but Courtnie chose Alicia over Blake.

Eliminated from the competition this week were Natasha Bure, Dan Shafer, Andrew DeMuro, Lane Mack, Ethan Tucker, Elia Esparza, Charity Bowden and Khaliya Kimberlie.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

For the coaches, it was a great week for Adam, while Blake had no steals in the first two episodes, but look for that to change next week. In terms of the singers, the best battle seemed to be Michael Sanchez against Dave Moisan, and both showed that they might have the stuff to win it all, which is rare for a single battle. There was a small upset on Blake's team as Courtney Harrell beat Ethan Tucker, and some thought that Tucker was the one that would go through, but he would go home. It was definitely a fun start to the Battle rounds, which will continue over next week's pair of episodes, and look for Blake to bounce back in a big way next week on The Voice.

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The four coaches filled out the rest of their teams on The Voice this week, in which there was one episode of performances and the other was a recap of the blind auditions. The coaches also got a little feisty with each other, and by each other, it was Blake against the world.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

The second round of the blind auditions were shown and only one singer was wanted by all four coaches: 35-year-old Nolan Neal. There were a lot of close calls but at the end of the day, Neal was the one who stood out from the crowd.

What Happened This Week

Like last week, only one act got all four coaches to go after them, and it was a pair of sisters. Whitney and Shannon are from Texas and they decided to go with Alicia after their rendition of “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac. The best act of the week might have been Blaine Long, the 40-year-old that sang “Have A Little Faith In Me” by John Hiatt, and he picked Blake over Miley and Adam as Alicia sat it out. 17-year-old Josette Diaz was the final act to pick a team, although she had no choice but Miley by the time she sang “Love Yourself” by Justin Bieber. For a little bit of celebrity cache, Natasha Bure was picked by Adam after singing “Can't Help Falling In Love” by Elvis Presley. Natasha is the daughter of “Full House” and “Fuller House” star Candace Cameron-Bure and former NHL star Valeri Bure.

Outside of the acts, it got testy with the coaches as Blake, who has won this competition four times, takes this very seriously and started to rib his fellow coaches. Adam is used to it and let it roll off his back, but Alicia and Miley fired back at Blake and this could turn out to be a running storyline this season, especially going into the Battle Rounds next week.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

We won't get a more clear picture of who should win it all until after the Battle Rounds and all the singers are with the coaches they'll have until the end. Next week, the mentors come into play next week as Sammy Hagar will join Adam, Joan Jett will be paired with Miley, Charlie Puth will help out Alicia and Bette Midler will go with Blake. There might more attention paid to the coaches than the singers next week on The Voice.

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The Voice continued with their blind auditions as the coaches filled up their rosters, which are now up to nine singers apiece. That’s for everyone except for Adam Levine, who has eight members on his squad right now. This week's episode on Monday was also an hour long instead of the typical two hours, due to the U.S. Presidential Debate, and clearly the show didn’t get the same viewership as it normally does due to that big event.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

The first round of blind auditions were televised, but most of the focus was on the new coaches, Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus, who have both been on The Voice in the past as mentors, but never as coaches.

What Happened This Week

There were a few standouts from this week's pair of episodes worth looking into, but no one has really made themselves a favorite yet. 18-year-old Halle Tomlinson's rendition of “New York State Of Mind” by Billy Joel was liked by Adam and Alicia, and it was always going to get to the latter, a New York native. Halle decided to go with Alicia and she joined Josh Halverson, who sang “Forever Young” by Bob Dylan. Karlee Metzger did “Samson”  by Regina Spektor and wound up on Miley's team, while a pair of 16-year-olds made the cut as well. Preston James did “Nobody To Blame” by Chris Stapleton and sounded tailor-made for Blake's team, while Khaliya Kimberlie sang “Dibs” by Kelsea Ballerini and chose Miley over Blake's team. Aaron Gibson got chair turns from Miley, Alicia and Blake for “Losing My Religion” by R.E.M., and he chose Miley. Three singers were shown that didn't get a chair turn, and that was Zack Hicks, who did “This Moment” by Billy and the Beaters, while Samantha Landrum did “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” by Shania Twain, but it wasn't enough to get her to the next round. Finally, Cooper Van Bascom tried “I'ma Gonna Be 500 Miles” by the Proclaimers, but it didn't get him a spot in the next round

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

Again, there are no standouts right now as the blind auditions keep going. Halle was a good singer and it'll be interesting to see if Alicia can keep her, because it seems like Alicia would be the best coach for her. Aaron's version of “Losing My Religion” got some traction on the internet the following day, so that is promising for him. But it is still very early in the process for The Voice, and none of these singers are surefire enough to make it to the next round, much less win it all.

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Champion

The Season 10 winner was Alisan Porter, who was one of the favorites all season long, and she beat out Adam Wakefield. Porter became the first woman to win The Voice since Tessanne Chin in Season 5, and she was known before winning Season 10 as Porter is an actress of both television, film and the theatre. Poorter has yet to release her debut album, although she has been featured on “The Complete Season 10 Collection”, and her original song, “Down That Road”, was her coronation song at the end of Season 10.

The winning coach was Aguilera, who won for the first time and she was the first female coach to win as well.  Shelton still leads the way with four wins as a coach on The Voice, while Levine has won three times. Usher, Williams and Aguilera all have a single coaching win on The Voice.

Past Winners

Season 1 Finale Date Winning Artist Winning Coach
1 June 29, 2011 Javier Colon Adam Levine
2 May 8, 2012 Jermaine Paul Blake Shelton
3 December 18, 2012 Cassadee Pope Blake Shelton
4 June 18, 2013 Danielle Bradbery Blake Shelton
5 December 17, 2013 Tessanne Chin Adam Levine
6 May 20, 2014 Josh Kaufman Usher
7 December 16, 2014 Craig Wayne Boyd Blake Shelton
8 May 19, 2015 Sawyer Fredericks Pharrell Williams
9 December 15, 2015 Jordan Smith Adam Levine
10 May 24, 2016 Alisan Porter Christina Aguilera

2016 Auditions

January 9, 2016: Minute Maid Park – Houston, Texas

January 23, 2016: Memphis Cook Convention Center – Memphis, Tennessee

February 6–7, 2016: Navy Pier – Chicago, Illinois

February 20–21, 2016: Pennsylvania Convention Center – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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