Coaches for the voice 2018

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The Voice (American season 14)

Season of television series

The fourteenth season of the American realityThe Voice premiered on February 26, 2018, on NBC. Adam Levine and Blake Shelton returned for their fourteenth season as coaches. Meanwhile, Alicia Keys returned for her third season after a one-season hiatus replacing Jennifer Hudson, alongside new coach Kelly Clarkson replacing Miley Cyrus.[1]

This season featured two new elements: the Block, added during the Blind Auditions, allows the coaches to block one coach from getting an artist the coach turned around for.[2] The Save, added during the Knockouts, allowed a coach to save an artist from elimination; However, if another coach also pressed his or her Steal button, the contestant could then decide whether they wanted to go to a new team or stay with their coach.[1]

On May 22, 2018, Brynn Cartelli was crowned the winner of The Voice. At age 15, Cartelli became the youngest winner in the show's history[3] surpassing Sawyer Fredericks & Danielle Bradbery at 16;[4] Clarkson became the first new coach to win on her first attempt and the third female coach to win a season (after Alicia Keys and Christina Aguilera). Additionally, runner-up Britton Buchanan became the highest-placing artist who advanced via an Instant Save, following Joshua Davis of season eight and Chris Jamison of season seven, who both placed third.[3]

The fourteenth season was also notable when Levine selected Angel Bonilla, the first transgender contestant to turn a chair in the American version.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

The coaching lineup changed once again for the fourteenth season. Adam Levine and Blake Shelton returned as coaches, making them the only members of the coaching panel to be part of all fourteen seasons. Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson did not return and were replaced by new coach Kelly Clarkson, who was Team Blake's battle advisor in the second season and key advisor for the Knockout Rounds in thirteenth season, and Alicia Keys who returned to the panel after a one season absence and participating in her third season as coach, Carson Daly returned for his fourteenth season as host.[5]

This season's advisors for the Battle Rounds were Julia Michaels for Team Adam, Shawn Mendes for Team Alicia, Hailee Steinfeld for Team Kelly, and Trace Adkins for Team Blake.[6]

The coaches perform a medley set in vintage Las Vegas in the promo. Adam Levine and Blake Shelton duet on "Fly Me to the Moon", Kelly Clarkson and Alicia Keys perform an amazing version of "Feeling Good".[7]

· Notes: At nineteen, Shawn Mendes became the youngest advisor on the American version of this show's history.

Teams[edit]

Color key

  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Eliminated in Live Shows
  •   Eliminated in the Live Playoffs
  •   Stolen in the Knockout rounds
  •   Eliminated in The Knockouts
  •   Stolen in the Battle rounds
  •   Eliminated in the Battle rounds
  •   Withdrew

Coaches Top 48 artists
Adam Levine
Rayshun LaMarr Jackie Verna Sharane CalisterMia Boostrom Drew Cole
Reid Umstattd Jordyn Simone
Angel Bonilla Stephanie Skipper Genesis Diaz Davison
Alicia Keys
Britton BuchananJackie FosterChristiana DanielleJohnny Bliss Terrence Cunningham
Kelsea Johnson Dallas CarolineMiya Bass
Livia Faith Megan LeeShana HalliganJamai
Kelly Clarkson
Brynn CartelliKaleb LeeD.R. King Alexa Cappelli Tish Haynes Keys
Dylan HartiganJorge Eduardo Jamella Justin Kilgore
Molly Stevens Teana Boston Amber Sauer Hannah Goebel
Blake Shelton
Kyla JadeSpensha BakerPryor Baird Gary EdwardsAustin Giorgio
WILKESJaron Strom Jaclyn Lovey
Jordan Kirkdorffer Brett Hunter Bransen Ireland JessLee
Note: Italicized names are stolen artists (names struck through within former teams). Underlined names are artists who were saved by their coach in the Knockouts and advanced to the Live Playoffs.

Blind auditions[edit]

A new feature within the Blind Auditions this season is the Block, which each coach can use once to prevent one of the other coaches from getting a contestant.

Color key
   Coach pressed "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to a coach's team
     Artist elected a coach's team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing their button
 Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Adam from getting the artist
 Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Alicia from getting the artist
 Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Kelly from getting the artist
 Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Blake from getting the artist

Episode 1 (February 26)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam Alicia Kelly Blake
1 Britton Buchanan17 Sanford, North Carolina"Trouble"
2 Brynn Cartelli14 Longmeadow, Massachusetts"Beneath Your Beautiful"
3 Rayshun LaMarr 33 Fort Washington, Maryland"Don't Stop Believin'"
4 Kyla Jade33 Nashville, Tennessee"See Saw"
5 Blaise Raccuglia 25 Austin, Texas"Wanted"
6 Kelsea Johnson 21 Newark, Delaware"Like I'm Gonna Lose You"
7 Drew Cole 25 Los Angeles, California"Sex and Candy”
8 D.R. King 34 Strongsville, Ohio"Believer"
9 Kaleb Lee 31 Ormond Beach, Florida"Never Wanted Nothing More"
10 MaKenzie Thomas 19 Wallingford, Kentucky"Redbone"
11 Justin Kilgore 30 Buffalo, Texas"Tomorrow"

Episode 2 (February 27)[edit]

Episode 3 (March 5)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam Alicia Kelly Blake
1 Christiana Danielle 22 Fort Wayne, Indiana"Hotline Bling"
2 Brett Hunter 33 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania"She's a Bad Mama Jama"
3 Jamai 29 Chester, Pennsylvania"U Got It Bad"
4 Mitch Cardoza 22 Dartmouth, Massachusetts"No Woman, No Cry"
5 Mia Boostrom 24 Boston, Massachusetts"Pillowtalk"
6 Jackie Foster 21 Boston, Massachusetts"What About Us"
7 Kayla Woodson 23 Nashville, Tennessee"Turn On the Radio"
8 Reid Umstattd 34 Austin, Texas"Take Me to the Pilot"
9 Jorge Eduardo 19 Guadalajara, Mexico / Dallas, Texas"Despacito"
10 Jamella 22 Chicago, Illinois"Dive"
11 Angel Bonilla 31 Quezon City, Philippines / New York City, New York"Lay Me Down"
12 Austin Giorgio 21 Rochester, New York"How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)"
13 Johnny Bliss 26 Puerto Rico / New York City, New York"Preciosa"

Episode 4 (March 6)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam Alicia Kelly Blake
1 Spensha Baker24 San Antonio, Texas"Blackbird"
2 Alexa Cappelli 18 Upland, California"I've Got the Music in Me"
3 Adrian Brannan 25 Elko, Nevada"Two More Bottles of Wine"
4 WILKES33 Waleska, Georgia"One Headlight"
5 JessLee 26 Loxahatchee, Florida"I'm With You"
6 Jordyn Simone 17 Los Angeles, California"Tennessee Whiskey"
7 Megan Lee22 Los Angeles, California"Killing Me Softly with His Song"
8 Jaron Strom 29 Shelby, North Carolina"This Magic Moment"
9 Terrence Cunningham 36 Washington, D.C."My Girl"

Episode 5 (March 12)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam Alicia Kelly Blake
1 Stephanie Skipper 33 Nashville, Tennessee"Piece by Piece"
2 Tish Haynes Keys 37 St. Louis, Missouri"Chain of Fools"
3 Bransen Ireland 27 Tulsa, Oklahoma"Tulsa Time"
4 Teana Boston 16 Stockton, California"Unfaithful"
5 Miya Bass 25 Queens, New York"Issues"
6 Livia Faith 17 Stanton, Kentucky"Dream a Little Dream of Me"
7 Jordan Kirkdorffer 28 New Paris, Indiana"In Case You Didn't Know"
8 Shana Halligan44 Los Angeles, California"Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)"
9 Gary Edwards 26 Dallas, Texas"What's Going On"
10 Mercedes Ferreira-Dias 16 Miami, Florida"All I Ask"
11 Hannah Goebel 21 Nashville, Tennessee"If I Ain't Got You"

Episode 6 (March 13)[edit]

The Battles[edit]

The Battle Rounds started on March 19.[8] Season fourteen's advisors include: Julia Michaels for Team Adam, Shawn Mendes for Team Alicia, Hailee Steinfeld for Team Kelly, and Trace Adkins for Team Blake.[6] The coaches can steal two losing artists from other coaches.

Color key:

       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 eliminated
       Artist voluntarily left the competition
Episode Coach Order Winner Song Loser 'Steal' result
Adam Alicia Kelly Blake
Episode 7
(Monday, March 19, 2018)
Alicia Keys 1 Sharane Calister "Mercy" Jamai N/A
Kelly Clarkson 2 Brynn Cartelli"...Ready for It?" Dylan Hartigan N/A
Blake Shelton 3 Kyla Jade"One Last Time" JessLee N/A
Adam Levine 4 Rayshun LaMarr "Sweet Thing" Tish Haynes Keys N/A
Alicia Keys 5 Christiana Danielle "Use Somebody" Shana HalliganN/A
Kelly Clarkson 6 D.R. King "Sign of the Times" Jackie Foster N/A
Episode 8
(Tuesday, March 20, 2018)
Kelly Clarkson 1 Jorge Eduardo "Starving" Amber Sauer N/A
Adam Levine 2 Reid Umstattd "Love on the Brain" Davison N/A
Blake Shelton 3 Jaron Strom "Head Over Boots" Bransen Ireland N/A
Alicia Keys 4 Johnny Bliss "Versace on the Floor" Megan LeeN/A
Kelly Clarkson 5 Jamella "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" Teana Boston N/A
Alicia Keys 6 Kelsea Johnson "Don't Let Go (Love)" Jordyn Simone N/A
Episode 9
(Monday, March 26, 2018)
Blake Shelton 1 Pryor Baird "Don't Do Me Like That" Kaleb Lee Team full N/A
Adam Levine 2 Mia Boostrom "Because of You" Genesis Diaz Team full
Kelly Clarkson 3 Justin Kilgore "Burning House" Molly Stevens
Adam Levine 4 Drew Cole "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" Miya Bass
Blake Shelton 5 WILKES"Nobody to Blame" Jordan Kirkdorffer N/A
Alicia Keys 6 Britton Buchanan"Thinking Out Loud" Jaclyn Lovey N/A
Episode 10
(Tuesday, March 27, 2018)
Adam Levine 1 Jackie Verna "These Dreams" Stephanie Skipper Team full Team full Team full
Alicia Keys 2 Terrence Cunningham "Stars" Livia Faith N/A
Adam Levine 3 Gary Edwards "When You Believe" Angel Bonilla
Blake Shelton 4 Austin Giorgio "Me and Mrs. Jones" Brett Hunter
Kelly Clarkson 5 Alexa Cappelli1"Pray" Hannah Goebel1
Blake Shelton 6 Spensha Baker"I Could Use a Love Song" Dallas Caroline
Episode 11
(Wednesday, March 28, 2018)
The eleventh episode was a special episode titled "The Best of the Blinds and Battles". It featured some of the best moments from the blind auditions, battles, and other unseen content.
  1. ^ Alexa Cappelli was paired with Hannah Goebel for the battles, but due to personal reasons, Goebel withdrew. Therefore, Cappelli performed by herself and moved on by default.

The Knockouts[edit]

The Knockouts round started on April 2. The coaches can each steal one losing artist from another team and save one artist who lost their Knockout on their own team. The top 24 contestants then moved on to the Live Playoffs.

For the first time ever in The Voice history, past winners of the show returned as Key Advisors — Jordan Smith for Team Adam, Chris Blue for Team Alicia, Cassadee Pope for Team Kelly, and Chloe Kohanski for Team Blake.[9]

Color key:

       Artist won the Knockout and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Knockout but was stolen by another coach and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Knockout but was saved by their coach and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Knockout and was Eliminated
Episodes Coach Order Song Artists Song 'Steal'/'Save' result
Winner Loser Adam Alicia Kelly Blake
Episode 12
(Monday, April 2, 2018)
Blake Shelton 1 "You Don't Own Me" Kyla JadeJaclyn Lovey "Put Your Records On"
Kelly Clarkson 2 "Free" Kaleb Lee Justin Kilgore "Shameless"
Adam Levine 3 "Wade in the Water" Mia Boostrom Jackie Foster "Bring Me to Life"
Blake Shelton 4 “Broken Halos” Spensha BakerAustin Giorgio "Almost Like Being in Love" Steal Used
Alicia Keys 5 "Alive" Johnny Bliss Miya Bass "Castle on the Hill"
Adam Levine 6 "American Honey" Jackie Verna Drew Cole "Slow Hands" Steal Used
Episode 13
(Tuesday, April 3, 2018)
Kelly Clarkson 1 "Here Comes Goodbye" Brynn CartelliJamella "Girl Crush" Steal Used
Blake Shelton 2 "Will It Go Round in Circles" Pryor Baird Jaron Strom "Grenade" Save Used
Alicia Keys 3 "Tell Me Something Good" Terrence Cunningham Christiana Danielle "Elastic Heart"
Episode 14
(Monday, April 9, 2018)
Alicia Keys 1 "New York State of Mind" Britton BuchananDallas Caroline "Bless the Broken Road" Team full
Kelly Clarkson 2 "(I Know) I'm Losing You" D.R. King Tish Haynes Keys "Lady Marmalade"
Blake Shelton 3 "The Climb" WILKESDylan Hartigan "You Are the Best Thing" Save Used
Adam Levine 4 "Fallin'" Rayshun LaMarr Gary Edwards "Many Rivers to Cross" Save Used Team Full
Kelly Clarkson 5 "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" Alexa Cappelli Jorge Eduardo "Adorn" Team Full
Adam Levine 6 "Let Him Fly" Reid Umstattd Jordyn Simone "Tell Me You Love Me" Save Used
Alicia Keys 7 "Rise Up" Kelsea Johnson Sharane Calister "All I Could Do Was Cry"
Episode 15
(Tuesday, April 10, 2018)
The fifteenth episode was a special episode titled "The Road to the Live Shows." The episode showed the best moments of the season so far, including the blind auditions, the journey of the top 24 contestants, and some unseen footage.

Live Shows[edit]

Color key:

       Artist was saved by the Public's votes
       Artist was placed in the bottom two, bottom three, or middle three or was saved by the coach
       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: Live Playoffs (April 16, 17, and 18)[edit]

For the first time, the Live Playoffs were split into two rounds and introduced immunity to the highest vote-getters to advance to the Top 12 in Round 1.

Round 1[edit]

During the first round of the Live Playoffs, the Top 24 performed for the votes of the public. The artist with the highest number of votes on each team directly advanced to the Top 12, exempting from performing (and immune from elimination in) round 2.

Color key:

       Artist received the highest number of votes on his/her team and directly advanced to the Top 12
       Artist was not chosen by the public and was left to perform again in Round 2

Round 2[edit]

For Tuesday and Wednesday nights, the 20 remaining artists performed a second time for the votes of the public (separate from the previous round's votes). The artist with the highest number of votes on each team advances, and a third decided by the coach itself.

Color key:

       Artist received the Public's vote and advanced to the Top 12
       Artist was selected by their coach to advance to the Top 12
       Artist was eliminated

Week 2: Top 12 (April 23 & 24)[edit]

This week's theme was “Story Behind The Song”. The two artists with the fewest votes competed for an Instant Save, with one artist eliminated from the competition. No artists received the iTunes vote multiplier this week as none of the singles reached the Top 10 iTunes.

Week 3: Top 11 (April 30 & May 1)[edit]

The theme for this week was "Fan Night", meaning that the artists performed songs chosen by the fans.

iTunes bonuses were awarded to Pryor Baird (#4) and Britton Buchanan (#6).[10]

Week 4: Top 10 (May 7 & 8)[edit]

The theme for this week was “Overcoming Struggles”. This week featured double elimination and a bottom three facing Instant Save.

iTunes bonuses were awarded to Kyla Jade (#5), Brynn Cartelli (#8),Buchanan (#9) and Baird (#10).[11]

Week 5: Semifinals (May 14 & 15)[edit]

The Top 8 performed on Monday, May 14, 2018, with the results following on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. This week's theme is "Duet Medley Songs".[12] In the semifinals, three artists automatically moved on to next week's finale, the two artists with the fewest votes were immediately eliminated and the middle three contended for the remaining spot in next week's finale via the Instant Save. iTunes bonuses were awarded to Jade (#2), Buchanan (#3), Cartelli (#4), Kaleb Lee (#5), Baird (#7) and Spensha Baker (#10).[13] In addition to their individual songs, each artist performed a duet with another artist in the competition, though these duets were not available for purchase on iTunes.

With the elimination of Rayshun LaMarr, Levine no longer had any artists remaining on his team, making it the first time since the fourth season (and the third time overall, with the first time being the third season)) in which none of his artists represented him in the finale. With the advancement of Cartelli to the finale, Clarkson became the third new coach to successfully get an artist on their team to the finale on their first attempt as a coach, the second being Alicia Keys, who coached Wé McDonald all the way to the finale of the eleventh season, and the first being Usher, who coached Michelle Chamuel all the way to the finale of the fourth season. This also marked the first time ever that two female coaches were represented in the finale, with Cartelli representing Clarkson, and Buchanan representing Keys.

Week 6: Finale (May 21 & 22)[edit]

The Final 4 performed on Monday, May 21, 2018, with the final results following on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. Finalists performed a solo cover song, a duet with their coach, and an original song. iTunes bonuses were awarded to Buchanan (#1 and #10), Cartelli (#3 and #6), Baker (#4) and Jade (#9).[14] Buchanan's "Where You Come From" and Cartelli's "Walk My Way" are the only songs that charted #1 on iTunes.

This is the first time that an artist who won the Instant Save in the semifinals did not finish in the bottom two in the finals, with Buchanan finishing second. With Buchanan and Cartelli making it to the Top 2, this marked the first time in which the final results came down to two artists who have neither represented Shelton nor Levine, but two female coaches (Buchanan representing Alicia Keys, and Cartelli representing Kelly Clarkson), as well as the two coaches in the "middle chairs."

Elimination chart[edit]

Color key[edit]

Artist's info
  •   Team Adam
  •   Team Alicia
  •   Team Kelly
  •   Team Blake

Results details
  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Saved by Instant Save (via Twitter)
  •   Saved by the public
  •   Saved by their coach
  •   Artist did not receive immunity
  •   Immune
  •   Eliminated
  •   Artist received one or more iTunes bonus that week
  • ☑.svg Number of iTunes bonuses received

Overall[edit]

Artist Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Round 1Round 2
Brynn CartelliSafe Immune Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Britton BuchananSafe Immune Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Kyla JadeSafe Immune Safe Safe Safe Safe 3rd place
Spensha BakerNot Chosen Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 4th place
Pryor Baird Not Chosen Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Kaleb Lee Not Chosen Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Jackie Foster Not Chosen Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Rayshun LaMarr Not Chosen Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Christiana Danielle Not Chosen Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 4)
Jackie Verna Not Chosen Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Sharane Calister Safe Immune Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 3)
D.R. King Not Chosen Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 2)
Johnny Bliss Not Chosen Eliminated Eliminated (Week 1)
Mia Boostrom Not Chosen Eliminated
Alexa Cappelli Not Chosen Eliminated
Drew Cole Not Chosen Eliminated
Terrence Cunningham Not Chosen Eliminated
Gary Edwards Not Chosen Eliminated
Austin Giorgio Not Chosen Eliminated
Dylan Hartigan Not Chosen Eliminated
Kelsea Johnson Not Chosen Eliminated
Tish Haynes Keys Not Chosen Eliminated
Reid Umstattd Not Chosen Eliminated
WILKESNot Chosen Eliminated

Teams[edit]

Artists' appearances in other media[edit]

  • Genesis Diaz and Johnny Bliss later appeared in the first season of the American-Spanish version of this show. Bliss also appeared on Univision'sVa Por Ti.
  • The Winos (Kathie Lee and Hoda) are hosts of the fourth-hour TODAY show.
  • Mia Boostrom appeared on season four of America's Got Talent but lost the judges’ vote and was eliminated in the quarterfinals.
  • Jorge Eduardo appeared on the 5th season of La Voz...México and placed fourth place.
  • Angel Bonilla appeared as the Phlebotomist in the fourth episode of the first season of I Can See Your Voice, one of the only performances for the Filipina-born transwoman in 2020. After the COVID-19 pandemic halted her music career in March 2020, Bonilla returned to the medical field as a phlebotomist and nurse assistant in California.

Ratings[edit]

Episode Original airdate Production Time slot (ET)Viewers
(in millions)
Adults (18–49)Source
Rating Share
1 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 1" February 26, 2018 (2018-02-26)1401 Monday 8:00 p.m. 12.31 2.8 10 [15]
2 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2" February 27, 2018 (2018-02-27)1402 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 10.84 2.4 9 [16]
3 "The Blind Auditions, Part 3" March 5, 2018 (2018-03-05)1403 Monday 8:00 p.m. 11.62 2.5 9 [17]
4 "The Blind Auditions, Part 4" March 6, 2018 (2018-03-06)1404 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 10.09 2.1 8 [18]
5 "The Blind Auditions, Part 5" March 12, 2018 (2018-03-12)1405 Monday 8:00 p.m. 11.87 2.4 9 [19]
6 "The Blind Auditions, Part 6" March 13, 2018 (2018-03-13)1406 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 11.17 2.3 9 [20]
7 "The Battles Premiere, Part 1" March 19, 2018 (2018-03-19)1407 Monday 8:00 p.m. 11.83 2.4 9 [21]
8 "The Battles Premiere, Part 2" March 20, 2018 (2018-03-20)1408 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 10.96 2.2 9 [22]
9 "The Battles, Part 3" March 26, 2018 (2018-03-26)1409 Monday 8:00 p.m. 10.37 2.0 8 [23]
10 "The Battles, Part 4" March 27, 2018 (2018-03-27)1410 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 9.02 1.7 7 [24]
11 "Best of Blinds & Battles" March 28, 2018 (2018-03-28)1411 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 6.95 1.3 5 [25]
12 "The Knockouts Premiere, Part 1" April 2, 2018 (2018-04-02)1412 Monday 8:00 p.m. 10.03 1.9 7 [26]
13 "The Knockouts Premiere, Part 2" April 3, 2018 (2018-04-03)1413 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 9.43 1.8 7 [27]
14 "The Knockouts, Part 3" April 9, 2018 (2018-04-09)1414 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.86 1.9 7 [28]
15 “The Road To The Lives" April 10, 2018 (2018-04-10)1415 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 7.82 1.3 5 [29]
16 “The Live Playoffs, Night 1" April 16, 2018 (2018-04-16)1416 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.35 1.8 7 [30]
17 “The Live Playoffs, Night 2" April 17, 2018 (2018-04-17)1417 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 8.35 1.5 6 [31]
18 “The Live Playoffs, Night 3" April 18, 2018 (2018-04-18)1418 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 8.38 1.5 6 [32]
19 “Live Top 12 Performance" April 23, 2018 (2018-04-23)1419 Monday 8:00 p.m. 8.43 1.5 6 [33]
20 “Live Top 12 Results" April 24, 2018 (2018-04-24)1420 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 9.26 1.6 6 [34]
21 “Live Top 11 Performance" April 30, 2018 (2018-04-30)1421 Monday 8:00 p.m. 8.82 1.7 6 [35]
22 “Live Top 11 Results" May 1, 2018 (2018-05-01)1422 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 7.64 1.2 5 [36]
23 “Live Top 10 Performance" May 7, 2018 (2018-05-07)1423 Monday 8:00 p.m. 8.38 1.5 6 [37]
24 “Live Top 10 Results" May 8, 2018 (2018-05-08)1424 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 7.26 1.3 5 [38]
25 “Live Top 8 Semifinals Performance" May 14, 2018 (2018-05-14)1425 Monday 8:00 p.m. 8.71 1.6 6 [39]
26 “Live Top 8 Semifinals Results" May 15, 2018 (2018-05-15)1426 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 8.15 1.4 6 [40]
27 “Live Finale Performance" May 21, 2018 (2018-05-21)1427 Monday 8:00 p.m. 8.67 1.5 6 [41]
28 “Live Finale Results" May 22, 2018 (2018-05-22)1428 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 8.77 1.5 6 [42]

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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

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

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

John Legend joined "The Voice" for season 16, which began in February 2019.

Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson joined the competition as coach in 2018 during the 14th season.

Jennifer Hudson

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

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

Miley Cyrus coached on "The Voice" during its 11th season in 2016 and again for its 13th season in 2017.

Christina Aguilera

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

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

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

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

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

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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The Voice (American season 15)

Season of television series

The fifteenth season of the American reality television show, The Voice premiered on September 24, 2018, on NBC.[1]Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, and Blake Shelton returned as coaches (fifteenth, second, and fifteenth seasons respectively) from the previous season. Jennifer Hudson, who last coached in season 13, returned for her second season replacing Alicia Keys. For the first time in its history, the show featured a fifth coach, Kelsea Ballerini, who selected contestants to participate in The Comeback Stage.[2]

While the Block made a return from the last season, this season introduced "The Comeback Stage", a digital companion series where six artists eliminated from the Blind Auditions coached by Kelsea Ballerini pitted in a series of Battles for a place in the Top 13.[3]

Chevel Shepherd was named winner of this season, marking Kelly Clarkson's second win as a coach, and making her the first female coach to win multiple seasons (and the third overall coach, after Shelton and Levine). Clarkson also became the second coach in the show's history to win multiple consecutive seasons of The Voice, after Shelton who won from seasons two to four of the show.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

On May 11, 2018, Kelly Clarkson confirmed she would return alongside coach veterans, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton with Jennifer Hudson who returns after a one-season hiatus. Carson Daly returned for his fifteenth season as host. It was announced on September 10 that Kelsea Ballerini would become a fifth coach, mentoring unsuccessful auditioners on an online version in a new round called The Comeback Stage.[3]

This season's advisors for the Battle Rounds were CeeLo Green for Team Adam, Thomas Rhett for Team Kelly, Halsey for Team Jennifer, and Keith Urban for Team Blake.[4]Mariah Carey was assigned as a mentor for all teams during the knockouts.

Teams[edit]

Color key

  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Eliminated in Live Shows
  •   Joined another team
  •   Eliminated in the Live Playoffs
  •   Stolen in the Knockout rounds
  •   Eliminated in The Knockouts
  •   Stolen in the Battle rounds
  •   Eliminated in the Battle rounds
  •   Withdrew

Coaches Top 54 artists
Adam Levine
Reagan StrangeDeAndre Nico Tyke James Kameron MarloweSteve Memmolo RADHA
Delaney SilvernellJake Wells Natalie Brady
Fousheé Emily Hough Jarred Matthew
Kelly Clarkson
Chevel ShepherdSarah GraceKymberli Joye Lynnea MoorerAbby Cates Keith Paluso
ZaxaiClaire DeJean Cody Ray Raymond
Josh Davis Erika Zade Mikele Buck OneUp
Jennifer Hudson
Kennedy Holmes MaKenzie Thomas SandyReddPatrique Fortson Colton SmithFranc West
Anthony AryaTyshawn Colquitt Mike Parker
Lela Audri Bartholomew Matt Johnson
Blake Shelton
Chris KroezeKirk JayDave Fenley FunshoNatasia GreyCloudMichael Lee
Katrina Cain Caeland Garner Kayley Hill
Rachel Messer Mercedes Ferreira-DiasJoey Green
Kelsea Ballerini
Ayanna Joni Wyatt Rivers Ele Ivory Sam Robbins Madison Cain
Note: Italicized names are stolen artists (names struck through within former teams). Underlined names are artists who were saved by their coach in the Knockouts and advanced to the Live Playoffs. The Bold name is the artist who won The Comeback Stage and joined another team of their choosing (name struck through within former team).

Blind auditions[edit]

Color key
   Coach pressed "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to a coach's team
     Artist selected a coach's team
     Artist was eliminated and was not invited back for "The Comeback Stage"
     Artist was eliminated, but got a second chance to compete in "The Comeback Stage"
   Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Adam from getting the artist
   Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Kelly from getting the artist
   Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Jennifer from getting the artist
   Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Blake from getting the artist

Episode 1 (September 24)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam Kelly Jennifer Blake
1 Sarah Grace 15 Houston, Texas"Ball and Chain"
2 Tyshawn Colquitt 23 Cincinnati, Ohio"Like I Can"
3 Tyke James 17 Laie, Hawaii "Perfect"
4 Ayanna Joni 29 Yonkers, New York "Sorry Not Sorry"
5 Mercedes Ferreira-Dias 17 Miami, Florida"She Used to Be Mine"
6 RADHA 19 Jersey City, New Jersey "Mamma Knows Best"
7 Kameron Marlowe21 Kannapolis, North Carolina "One Number Away"
8 Mikele Buck 39 Big Chimney, West Virginia "She Used to Be Mine"
9 Sam Hastings 23 Portland, Maine "Angela"
10 Patrique Fortson 38 Atlanta, Georgia"Get Here"
11 Kennedy Holmes 13 St. Louis, Missouri"Turning Tables"

Episode 2 (September 25)[edit]

Episode 3 (October 1)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam Kelly Jennifer Blake
1 Dave Fenley 39 Nashville, Tennessee"Help Me Hold On"
2 Steve Memmolo 35 Boston, Massachusetts"Spooky"
3 Audri Bartholomew 19 St. Louis, Missouri"Never Enough"
4 Rachel Messer 19 Fort Gay, West Virginia "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart"
5 Brent Morgan 30 Madison, Alabama "Feel It Still"
6 Chevel Shepherd16 Farmington, New Mexico "If I Die Young"
7 Bryan Cherry 28 Woodbridge, Virginia "Nothing Can Change This Love"
8 Delaney Silvernell 21 Los Angeles, California"In My Blood"
9 Anthony Arya 15 Santa Cruz, California "Danny's Song"
10 Natasia GreyCloud 29 Nashville, Tennessee"I'm Not the Only One"
11 Lynnea Moorer 18 Monterey, California "Location"
12 Kymberli Joye 26 Windsor, Connecticut "Run to You"

Episode 4 (October 2)[edit]

Episode 5 (October 8)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam Kelly Jennifer Blake
1 OneUp
(Adam Bastien & Jerome Bell)
35–36 New York, New York"Could It Be I'm Falling In Love"
2 Natalie Brady 33 Nashville, Tennessee"Barracuda"
3 Hannah Blaylock 31 Nimmons, Arkansas "Baby, Now That I've Found You"
4 Mike Parker 23 Warrenton, Virginia "So Sick"
5 Joey Green 35 Crowley, Texas "Baba O'Riley"
6 Zaxai 29 Brooklyn, New York "Come and Get Your Love"
7 Erika Zade 20 Miami, Florida"New Rules"
8 Jarred Matthew 31 Riverside, California "Tired of Being Alone"
9 Sam Robbins 21 Portsmouth, New Hampshire "Time in a Bottle"
10 Colton Smith 21 Albertville, Alabama "Alive"
11 Kayley Hill 28 Nashville, Tennessee"Gold Dust Woman"
12 Kirk Jay22 Bay Minette, Alabama "Bless the Broken Road"

Episode 6 (October 9)[edit]

Episode 7 (October 15)[edit]

The Battles[edit]

The second half of the Battle Rounds started on October 15.[5] Season fifteen's advisors include: CeeLo Green for Team Adam, Thomas Rhett for Team Kelly, Halsey for Team Jennifer, and Keith Urban for Team Blake.[4] The coaches can steal two losing artists from other coaches. Contestants who win their battle or are stolen by another coach will advance to the Knockout rounds.

During a commercial break before the Battles Part 1's last pairing, four coaches give the waiting audience an impromptu performance with an acapella version of The Golden Girls' theme song - "Thank You for Being a Friend".[6]

Color key:

       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 eliminated

The Knockouts[edit]

The Knockouts round started on October 29.[7] The coaches can each steal one losing artist from another team and save one artist who lost their Knockout on their own team. The top 24 contestants then moved on to the Live Playoffs. Mariah Carey served as the advisor to contestants from all teams in this round.[8] Cody Ray Raymond from Team Kelly dropped out from the competition due to personal reasons;[9] Clarkson grouped three of her members into one knockout, with two contestants from the trio advancing, with the third being declared the loser, just like on the eighth season. This episode on October 30 is a finalist of season 1, Beverly McClellan who died on stage 3c endometrial cancer.

Color key:

       Artist won the Knockout and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Knockout but was stolen by another coach and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Knockout but was saved by their coach and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Knockout and was eliminated
Episodes Coach Order Song Artists Song 'Steal'/'Save' result
Winner(s) Loser Adam Kelly JHud Blake
Episode 11
(Monday, Oct. 29, 2018)
Adam Levine 1 "Ring of Fire" Tyke James Keith Paluso "You Are the Best Thing"
Kelly Clarkson 2 "The Middle" Kymberli Joye Natasia GreyCloud "Tennessee Whiskey"
"Cruisin'" Zaxai
Jennifer Hudson 3 "How Deep Is Your Love" MaKenzie Thomas Mike Parker "Breakeven" Steal used Steal used
Adam Levine 4 "Dancing On My Own" Reagan StrangeRADHA "I'll Be There"
Blake Shelton 5 "Earned It" Funsho Katrina Cain "Don't Let Me Down"
Jennifer Hudson 6 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Patrique Fortson SandyRedd "Dangerous Woman" Steal used
Episode 12
(Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018)
Jennifer Hudson 1 "Call Out My Name" Franc West Tyshawn Colquitt "Pillowtalk" Steal used Save used Steal used
Kelly Clarkson 2 "Because of You" Abby Cates Claire DeJean "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back"
Blake Shelton 3 "Stuck on You" Dave Fenley Kameron Marlowe"I Shot the Sheriff" Steal used
Episode 13
(Monday, Nov. 5, 2018)
Kelly Clarkson 1 "Travelin' Soldier" Chevel ShepherdSarah Grace "I'd Rather Go Blind" Team full Steal used
Adam Levine 2 "Wanted" DeAndre Nico Jake Wells "Yellow" Team full
Jennifer Hudson 3 "What About Us" Kennedy Holmes Anthony Arya "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)" Save used
Blake Shelton 4 "In Case You Didn't Know" Kirk JayColton Smith "Lady Marmalade"
Adam Levine 5 "Unaware" Steve Memmolo Delaney Silvernell "Praying" Team full Steal used
Blake Shelton 6 "Whipping Post" Michael Lee Chris Kroeze"Burning House"
Episode 14
(Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018)
The fourteenth episode was a special episode titled "The Road to the Live Shows." The episode showed the best moments of the season so far, including the blind auditions, the journey of the top 24 contestants, and some unseen footage.

The Comeback Stage[edit]

For this season, the show added a brand new phase of competition called The Comeback Stage, exclusive to The Voice mobile app, The Voice YouTube channel, Instagram TV, Facebook, Twitter, and NBC.com.[10] After failing to turn a chair in the blind auditions, artists had the chance to be selected by fifth coach Kelsea Ballerini to become a member of her six-person team. The Comeback Stage consists of three rounds. In the first, it is the Battle round. Artists would be paired up and given a solo song to perform for Kelsea's favor (similar to the Knockouts). In the second, it is the Comeback's Knockout round. The three remaining artists would be given another song to sing, with two of them advancing to the final stage. The third and final stage is run in conjunction with the Live Playoffs. The two remaining artists perform live for America's votes in the first Twitter Instant Save of the season, with the winner officially joining one of the four main teams of their choosing as a part of the Top 13.

The Battles[edit]

       Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Knockouts
       Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated

The Knockouts[edit]

       Artists won the Knockout and advanced for a chance to enter the Top 13
       Artist lost the Knockout and was eliminated

Live Playoffs[edit]

       Artist received majority of America's votes and got a spot into the Top 13
       Artist was eliminated
Episode Coach Song Artists Song
Winner Loser
Episode 16
(Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018)
Kelsea Ballerini "Boo'd Up" Lynnea Moorer Ayanna Joni "No Tears Left to Cry"

Live shows[edit]

Color key:

       Artist was saved by the Public's votes
       Artist was saved by his/her coach or was placed in the bottom two, bottom three, or middle three
       Artist won the Comeback Stage and joined another team
       Artist was saved by the Instant Save
       Artist's Apple Music vote multiplied by 5 (except The Finals) after his/her studio version of the song had the most streams of the night
       Artist was eliminated

Week 1: Live Playoffs (Nov 12 & 13)[edit]

The Live Playoffs comprised episodes 15 and 16. The 24 artists perform, with two artists from each team advancing based on the viewers' vote, and each coach completing their respective teams with their own choice. The Monday night broadcast featured all teams and the Tuesday night broadcast featured the results, along with the final Comeback Stage matchup.[citation needed]

Ballerini was added as the fifth coach and has coached six artists who did not turn a chair in the Blind Auditions to help them get a second chance to return to the competition for the live shows. They had their own battles and knockouts, and only two, Ayanna Joni and Lynnea Moorer, competed via America's vote (similar to the Instant Save) for a place in the Top 13.[citation needed] Moorer was revealed the winner of "The Comeback Stage", and joined Team Kelly on the Top 13.

With the elimination of Kameron Marlowe, this marked the first time since the seventh season that Levine did not include the artist that he stole in the Knockouts in his top three, as Brian Johnson, Amy Vachal, Shalyah Fearing, Josh Gallagher, Lilli Passero, Adam Cunningham, and Sharane Calister were all either chosen by him or voted into his top three by the public in the eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth seasons, respectively.

Week 2: Top 13 (Nov 19 & 20)[edit]

This week's theme was “Dedications”. The three artists with the fewest votes competed for an Instant Save, with two leaving the competition.

This season, the live show voting mechanism has changed. iTunes purchases of the singles released by the top 13 artists were instead replaced with Apple Music streams which now count as votes. This also affected the iTunes multiplier bonus from past seasons. This time, the artist (and only one) with the most streams after the closing of the voting window would receive a fivefold multiplier.

The Apple Music multiplier was awarded to Reagan Strange.[11] The singles charted in the top 10 this week was Kirk Jay (#10).[12]

Week 3: Top 11 (Nov 26 & 27)[edit]

The theme for this week was "Fan Night", meaning that the artists performed songs chosen by the fans. The two artists with the fewest votes will compete for an Instant Save, with one leaving the competition. The Apple Music multiplier was awarded to Strange, while two artists had singles reached Top 10 on iTunes (Kennedy Holmes (#7) and Kymberli Joye (#8).[13]

Week 4: Top 10 (Dec 3 & 4)[edit]

The Apple Music multiplier bonus was awarded to Chris Kroeze, while Sarah Grace (#3) and Kirk Jay (#4) had singles reached Top 10 on iTunes.[14]

With the advancement of Chevel Shepherd, Kymberli Joye, and Sarah Grace, Clarkson became the first female coach to get more than two artists on her team to the semifinals. With the elimination of Dave Fenley, this marked the first time since the eleventh season that Shelton lost any members of his team prior to the semifinals, and the second time out of the past seven seasons in which such an event occurred, having kept his entire team intact up until that point in the competition in the ninth, tenth, twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth seasons.

  1. ^Sarah Grace sang the lyrics of "Amazing Grace" to the melody and background music of "The House of the Rising Sun".
  2. ^Reagan Strange was "under the weather" and unable to perform her Instant Save song. However, she still participated in the Instant Save.

Week 5: Semifinals (Dec 10 & 11)[edit]

The Top 8 performed on Monday, December 10, 2018, with the results following on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. The top three artists immediately advanced on to the finale, while the bottom two artists with the fewest votes were immediately eliminated and the middle three contended for the remaining spot in the next finale via the Instant Save. Clarkson brought in Brynn Cartelli to help her team in the rehearsals. In addition to their individual songs, each artist performed a duet with another artist in the competition, but unlike the past two seasons, these duets were not available for purchase on iTunes.

The Apple Music multiplier bonus was awarded to Kroeze, while singles for Shepherd (#4) and Jay (#6) charting in at Top 10 on iTunes.[15]

With the elimination of Strange, Levine no longer had any artists left on his team; this was the second season in a row (and the fourth time overall) none of his artists represented in the finale. With the advancements of Shepherd and Holmes, this season also marked the second consecutive season that two female coaches were represented in the finale, with the latter marked Hudson's her first American season to have a finalist, after not representing one in the thirteenth season. With the advancement of Kroeze, this season marks the first time that an artist who was defeated in Knockout round but was saved by his coach went on to compete in the finale.

Week 6: Finale (Dec. 17 & 18)[edit]

The final 4 performed on Monday, December 17, 2018, with the final results following on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. Each finalist performed a solo cover song, a holiday-themed duet with their coach, and an original song. The contestant's performances reached the top 10 on iTunes were Shepherd (#1 & #9), Kroeze (#3) and Jay (#2, #4 & #5).[16]

Elimination chart[edit]

Overall[edit]

Color key
Artist's info
  •   Team Adam
  •   Team Kelly
  •   Team JHud
  •   Team Blake
  •   Comeback Stage Artists

Result details
  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Saved by Instant Save (via Twitter)
  •   Saved by the public
  •   Saved by his/her coach
  •   Artist won the Comeback Stage and joined another team
  •   Eliminated

Artists Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Chevel ShepherdSafe Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Chris KroezeSafe Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Kirk JaySafe Safe Safe Safe Safe 3rd place
Kennedy HolmesSafe Safe Safe Safe Safe 4th place
Reagan StrangeSafe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
MaKenzie Thomas Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Sarah Grace Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Kymberli Joye Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Dave Fenley Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 4)
DeAndre Nico Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Lynnea Moorer Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 3)
Tyke James Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 2)
SandyRedd Safe Eliminated
Abby Cates Eliminated Eliminated (Week 1)
Patrique Fortson Eliminated
Funsho Eliminated
Natasia GreyCloud Eliminated
Ayanna Joni Eliminated
Michael Lee Eliminated
Kameron Marlowe Eliminated
Steve Memmolo Eliminated
Keith Paluso Eliminated
RADHA Eliminated
Colton Smith Eliminated
Franc West Eliminated
Zaxai Eliminated

Teams[edit]

Color key
Artist's info
  •   Team Adam
  •   Team Kelly
  •   Team JHud
  •   Team Blake

Results details
  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Eliminated
  •   Saved by Instant Save (via Twitter)
  •   Artist won the Comeback Stage (via Twitter)
  •   Artist had the most streams of the night and received Apple Music bonus that week
  • ☑.svg  Number of performances reached Top 10 on iTunes

Controversies[edit]

Top 10 Elimination[edit]

The "Instant Save" during the Top 10 garnered controversy. The bottom group for that week featured three contestants: Dave Fenley (Team Blake), DeAndre Nico (Team Adam), and Reagan Strange (Team Adam). Adam Levine made controversial comments that some fans felt were unfair to Nico, expressing their concern that Levine was "throwing him under the bus" in favor of Strange, who was unable to perform due to "health reasons." Following Nico's performance, Levine chose to advocate for Strange, telling viewers to vote for her despite her not being able to perform, and only briefly touched upon Nico's performance. After the commercial break, fellow coach Kelly Clarkson came in defense of Levine's speech while applauding Nico to console him and clarified that she was aware of Levine's situation for his team and that he was just disappointed that Strange couldn't sing onstage to save herself as it is what occurred the outcome to this issue. The vote was reported close, with Strange advancing by one percent (38% to Nico's 37%).

Following Strange's advancement, fans criticized Levine online for his "lack of respect" towards Nico in a pivotal moment, and many blamed him for the elimination. Some fans cited that Strange's advancement over Nico and Fenley was unfair because she did not perform, while Nico expressed frustration with Levine's behavior in a later interview, saying Levine "sold [him] out." Levine briefly addressed the controversy the following week by having Nico and Strange Facetime. However, some fans felt the controversy was not fully addressed, as both Nico and his mother, Johnna, revealed on Twitter and Instagram that Levine had never actually apologized. The following week, Strange was eliminated. Some fans criticized her elimination, expressing they felt her elimination was the result of the controversy and Levine's handling of Nico's elimination, while other fans found her elimination a perfectly fair compensation for Nico's elimination.

The controversy had lasting effects which rolled over into the following season. By the time the live Cross-Battles arrived, Levine's team was whittled down from eight members to two, with Levine managing to add two more members due to a save and a steal, likely due to angry fans and voters refusing to vote for Team Adam members, and the remaining members would later be voted out over the following two weeks. This controversy might have also factored into Levine's departure the following year.

Artists who appeared on other shows or previous seasons[edit]

  • Patrique Fortson (as Patrick Fortson) was a contestant on the second season of American Idol and was eliminated in the semifinal round.[18]
  • Mercedes Ferreira-Dias and MaKenzie Thomas were both on the fourteenth season of The Voice, but neither received any chair turns.
  • Dave Fenley appeared on the eighth season of America's Got Talent, but lost judges' votes and was eliminated in the semifinal round.
  • Reagan Strange appeared as one of the fifth-grade whiz kids on Fox’s Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? in 2015.[19]
  • Jerome Bell from OneUp auditioned on the tenth season of American Idol where he was eliminated in the Green Mile Round.[20]
  • SandyRedd made an appearance on the fifth season of the musical drama television series Empire. She was singing in a choir accompanying special guest artist Tina Jenkins Crawley in a song called "Lighthouse".
  • Foushee went on to have a platinum selling singles.

Ratings[edit]

Episode Original airdate Production Time slot (ET)Viewers
(in millions)
Adults (18–49)Source
Rating Share
1 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 1" September 24, 2018 (2018-09-24)1501 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.66 2.0 8 [21]
2 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2" September 25, 2018 (2018-09-25)1502 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 9.90 2.2 10 [22]
3 "The Blind Auditions, Part 3" October 1, 2018 (2018-10-01)1503 Monday 8:00 p.m. 10.06 2.1 8 [23]
4 "The Blind Auditions, Part 4" October 2, 2018 (2018-10-02)1504 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 9.19 1.8 8 [24]
5 "The Blind Auditions, Part 5" October 8, 2018 (2018-10-08)1505 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.56 1.9 8 [25]
6 "The Blind Auditions, Part 6" October 9, 2018 (2018-10-09)1506 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 9.21 1.8 8 [26]
7 "The Blinds End and the Battles Begin" October 15, 2018 (2018-10-15)1507 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.99 1.9 8 [27]
8 "The Battles Premiere, Part 2" October 16, 2018 (2018-10-16)1508 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 8.99 1.8 8 [28]
9 "The Battles, Part 3" October 22, 2018 (2018-10-22)1509 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.38 1.9 8 [29]
10 "The Battles, Part 4" October 23, 2018 (2018-10-23)1510 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 8.44 1.6 7 [30]
11 "The Knockouts Premiere, Part 1" October 29, 2018 (2018-10-29)1511 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.46 1.8 8 [31]
12 "The Knockouts Premiere, Part 2" October 30, 2018 (2018-10-30)1512 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 9.00 1.6 7 [32]
13 "The Knockouts, Part 3" November 5, 2018 (2018-11-05)1513 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.03 1.8 8 [33]
14 "The Road To The Lives" November 8, 2018 (2018-11-08)1514 Thursday 9:00 p.m. 3.84 0.7 3 [34]
15 "The Live Playoffs, Night 1" November 12, 2018 (2018-11-12)1515 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.00 1.7 8 [35]
16 "The Live Playoffs, Night 2" November 13, 2018 (2018-11-13)1516 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 8.85 1.6 7 [36]
17 "Live Top 13 Performance" November 19, 2018 (2018-11-19)1517 Monday 8:00 p.m. 7.88 1.4 6 [37]
18 "Live Top 13 Results" November 20, 2018 (2018-11-20)1518 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 8.22 1.4 6 [38]
19 "Live Top 11 Performance" November 26, 2018 (2018-11-26)1519 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.38 1.6 6 [39]
20 "Live Top 11 Results" November 27, 2018 (2018-11-27)1520 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 9.57 1.5 6 [40]
21 "Live Top 10 Performance" December 3, 2018 (2018-12-03)1521 Monday 8:00 p.m. 8.97 1.5 6 [41]
22 "Live Top 10 Results" December 4, 2018 (2018-12-04)1522 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 8.91 1.4 7 [42]
23 "Live Top 8 Semifinals Performance" December 10, 2018 (2018-12-10)1523 Monday 8:00 p.m. 8.43 1.4 6 [43]
24 "Live Top 8 Semifinals Results" December 11, 2018 (2018-12-11)1524 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 8.96 1.4 6 [44]
25 "Live Finale Performance" December 17, 2018 (2018-12-17)1525 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.46 1.5 6 [45]
26 "Live Finale Results" December 18, 2018 (2018-12-18)1526 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 9.89 1.7 8 [46]

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'The Voice' Winners: Which Coach & Singer Won Each Season?

Apart from Shelton's supreme reign as king of The Voice, a plethora of star-studded musicians have appeared as coaches to try their hand at the crown including Shakira, Pharrell, Gwen Stefani, Alicia Keys, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Clarkson, Legend and Nick Jonas.

Below is a complete list of which coach won at the end of each season.


Season 1

The first season of The Voice featured a group of coaches that would remain the same until the third season. Hosted by Carson Daly, the first season, which was filled with performances from amateur contestants as well as the coaches, saw Adam Levine's team crowned as neo-soul singer Javier Colon beat out Dia Frampton to win the competition.

Coaches: Adam Lavine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green

Winner: Javier Colon

Winning Coach: Team Adam (1)

Season 2

This season would be the beginning of the Shelton era as New York R&B singer Jermaine Paul claimed The Voice championship. Paul proved his musical talent prior to appearing on the show: the soul singer was co-nominated with future Voice coach Alicia Keys at the 48th Grammys for best performance by a duo or group with vocals. Paul crowning moment would bring coach Blake Shelton to his first of a three consecutive wins in the next few seasons.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green.

Winner: Jermaine Paul

Winning Coach: Team Blake (1)

Season 3

28-year-old Florida country singer Cassadee Pope became the first female winner of The Voice in season 3, coached by none other than the previous year's champion. Advantage Team Blake.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green

Winner: Cassadee Pope

Winning Coach: Team Blake (2)

Season 4

Season 4 saw the first change in the show's coaching lineup, as Christina and CeeLo were replaced with R&B crooner Usher and Latin pop star Shakira. The change in coaches did not seem to cause any disturbance for the Blake Shelton train, which churned on and landed its third consecutive Voice victory. Danielle Bradbery, a country singer from Houston, won the season 4 title, which at the time made the 16-year-old the youngest winner in Voice history.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher, Shakira

Winner: Danielle Bradbery

Winning Coach: Team Blake (3)

Season 5

The fifth season saw the coaching roster return to its original cast. Along with the OG cast, Team Levine made its way back to the top for the first time since Season 1, as Jamaican soul artist Tessanne Chin took the crown over Team Christina's Jacquie Lee, performing a beautiful rendition of soul great Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing."

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green

Winner: Tessanne Chin

Winning Coach: Team Adam (2)

Season 6

Usher and Shakira made their way back to the spinning red chairs in season 6. The Confessions singer did more than just return, however: he claimed his first victory for Team Usher, coaching Josh Kaufman, a performer from Florida to the crown. At 38, Kaufman became the oldest contestant to ever win The Voice. After being dropped by original coach Adam Levine, the soul singer was picked up by Usher.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher, Shakira

Winner: Josh Kaufman

Winning Coach: Team Usher (1)

Season 7

The seventh season saw two new additions to the coaches table: N.E.R.D. frontman and super producer Pharrell and former No Doubt frontwoman turned pop star Gwen Stefani. However, it was business as usual for Shelton, who claimed his fourth win in six years thanks to Texas country singer Craig Wayne Boyd over floppy-haired singer-songwriter Matt McAndrew of Team Adam.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell

Winner: Craig Wayne Boyd

Winning Coach: Team Blake (4)

Season 8

Season eight saw Gwen Stefani replaced by Christina Aguilera, who returned for the first time since Season 5. Pharrell nabbed his first victory after having been on the show for only two seasons with folk singer Sawyer Fredericks, who tied Season 4 champ Danielle Bradbery as the youngest winner of The Voice at 16.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, Pharrell

Winner: Sawyer Fredericks

Winning Coach: Team Pharrell (1)

Season 9

Gwen Stefani made her return in season nine, and Team Adam shortened the gap behind Team Blake. Gospel singer Jordan Smith carried Adam's team to both the top of The Voice and the top of the iTunes charts: Smith became the first contestant in the show's history to reach No. 1 in sales of pop songs in the iTunes Store.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell

Winner: Jordan Smith

Winning Coach: Team Adam (3)

Season 10

Third time was the charm for Christina Aguilera, as her third return to the coaching panel saw the "Fighter" singer win her first title as coach since the inaugural season. Former child star Alisan Porter performed an original song in the finale, as well as a duet version of "You've Got A Friend In Me" alongside coach Aguilera.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, Pharrell

Winner: Alisan Porter

Winning Coach: Team Christina (1)

Season 11 

Two new coaches entered the fray for the eleventh season: soul singer Alicia Keys and pop sensation Miley Cyrus. But it would be one of the original coaches who would take the crown, as Team Blake emerged victorious for the first time since season seven, ending a four-season drought with Texas country crooner Sundance Head's victory over former child prodigy Billy Gilman. The Season 11 champ had previously appeared on Season 6 of American Idol, but was eliminated just one week shy making the Top 12.

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

Winner: Sundance Head

Winning Coach: Team Blake (5)

Season 12

Gwen Stefani subbed in for Miley Cyrus but it was Alicia Keys who would win as coach in season 12. The "Raise A Man" singer took home the crown in her second season, helping soul musician Chris Blue reach the pinnacle over Team Blake's Lauren Duski.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys, Gwen Stefani

Winner: Chris Blue

Winning Coach: Team Alicia (1)

Season 13

Season 13 featured a roundtable formed by veteran coaches Levine and Shelton, Miley Cyrus, and first-time coach Jennifer Hudson. After facing elimination in the earlier rounds, winner Chloe Kohanski was dropped by coach Miley Cyrus, but was quickly picked up, receiving offers from Shelton and Hudson. Kohanski eventually sided with Shelton and together the two were crowned The Voice champions.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson

Winner: Chloe Kohanski

Winning Coach: Team Blake (6)

Season 14

Alicia Keys returned for the show's fourteenth season along with a brand new coach: America's original Idol Kelly Clarkson. In her inaugural season, the pop star and former reality champ rode all the way to victory by coaching 15-year-old Brynn Cartelli, who would go on to serve as an opener for Clarkson's Meaning Of Life tour. Season 14 was also the first season in the show's history not to feature a member of Team Blake or Team Adam in the final two.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys, Kelly Clarkson

Winner: Brynn Cartelli

Winning Coach: Team Kelly (1)

Season 15 

Fresh off her first victory, Kelly returned for another season by welcoming back fellow Idol veteran Jennifer Hudson to the spinning chairs. The "Since U Been Gone" hitmaker's hot streak continued with her second consecutive win thanks to 16-year-old country singer Chevel Shepherd. Clarkson's back-to-back victories marked the first time any coach had taken the crown in consecutive seasons since Team Blake's three-peat back in Seasons 2 through 4. Also for the first time in the show's history, Season 15 saw the addition of a fifth coach, as Kelsea Ballerini mentored contestants who had failed to turn any chairs in the blind audition as part of the brand-new Comeback Stage.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Jennifer Hudson, Kelly Clarkson, Kelsea Ballerini

Winner: Chevel Shepherd

Winning Coach: Team Kelly (2)

Season 16

John Legend took over one of the show’s famed spinning chairs for Season 16, joining as a first-time coach after serving as a Battle advisor for Team Adam back in Season 12. The EGOT winner’s inaugural season led to sweet success as he coached 26-year-old Maelyn Jarmon to victory against three members of Team Blake in the finale. Season 16 also saw Bebe Rexha replace Kelsea Ballerini as coach of the show’s Comeback Stage. Following Legend’s first win, OG coach Adam Levine unexpectedly announced he would be exiting the series after 16 consecutive seasons -- leaving Blake Shelton as the last remaining coach from the show’s original line-up.

Coaches: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend

Winner: Maelyn Jarmon

Winning Coach: Team John (1)

Season 17

Season 17 marked the first installment of the competition series without OG coach Adam Levine. Gwen Stefani returned to take his place, and the season was full of cute banter between the pop star and her now-boyfriend Shelton. Tennessee native Jake Hoot became only the second winner (after Chris Blue in season 12) to have been just a one-chair turn in the blind auditions, giving Clarkson her impressive third win.

Coaches: Kelly Clarkson, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, Blake Shelton

Winner: Jake Hoot

Winning Coach: Team Kelly (3)

Season 18

Season 18 found the judge's panel shaken up again, with Stefani out and Nick Jonas in alongside Clarkson, Legend and Shelton. With the first five-artist finale, like almost everything else on TV, the winter/spring 2020 season of The Voice was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, resulting in the live shows turning into remote shoots for everyone's safety. Mississippi native Todd Tilghman, 42, went from being the first audition aired to the winner's circle on Shelton's team, marking Blake's seventh win as a coach with the oldest winner in the show's history.

Coaches: Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, John Legend, Blake Shelton

Winner: Todd Tilghman

Winning Coach: Team Blake (7)

Season 19

For Season 19, The Voice returned for a fully socially-distanced season in the midst of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. Tagging out Jonas, Stefani returned for her fifth season as a coach, and marked her team's first-ever win thanks to Long Island native Carter Rubin, who became the youngest male winner in the show's history at just 15 years old. (He tied with past winner Brynn Cartelli as the show's youngest champion ever.)

Coaches: Kelly Clarkson, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, Blake Shelton

Winner: Carter Rubin

Winning Coach: Team Gwen (1)

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Photo by: Art Streiber/NBC Pictured: (l-r) Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Blake Shelton

The Voice returns with season 15 and all four of this season’s coaches are familiar faces on the show. Jennifer Hudson, Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton have all returned. In addition, there will technically be a 5th coach on the judges’ panel. Country singer Kelsea Ballerini is participating in a companion series for The Voice, titled the Comeback Stage. The companion show will be running throughout the season of The Voice, online, and will consist of blind audition cast-offs from this season. These artists will compete for a spot in the top 13 this season.

With the premiere of the new season beginning on September 24, 2018, fans are already looking ahead to 2019. Who are the judges for season 16? Well, Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are all signed up for the next season, but there is a new face on the show. John Legend has joined The Voice for season 16, as a coach.

But, let’s get back to the current season of The Voice. Read on below for the latest information on the coaches, as well as the details on who their celebrity team advisers are this season.


Jennifer Hudson

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Jennifer Hudson returns to The Voice and she is ready for a whole new round of contestants. This season, singer Halsey joins Hudson as a mentor on her team. Next season, however, Hudson will take a break from the show, making room for John Legend. When news of Legend’s joining the show broke, Legend wrote on Instagram, “I’m thrilled to join the coaches of @nbcthevoice. I’ve been a guest and mentor on the show multiple times and I’m so excited to discover talented singers and help them make the most of their gift. I hope the world is ready for #TeamJL.”

Perhaps Hudson’s duties as a coach on The Voice UK are what is keeping her away in 2019. Recently, Jennifer Hudson appeared at Aretha Franklin’s funeral to perform a rendition of “Amazing Grace”.

Adam Levine

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Adam Levine is back for another season of The Voice and for his team’s mentor, a former Voice coach is stepping in. CeeLo Green, who was one of the originals on the show, is back and helping out Team Adam. In other news, Levine has had a big couple weeks, especially with the announcement that his band Maroon 5 will headline the Super Bowl.

Blake Shelton

Keith Urban and Blake Shelton On The Voice

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Blake Shelton is a staple on the show, as is his buddy, Levine. This season on the show, Shelton brings Keith Urban on as his team adviser. Not only is Urban a big country music artist, but he is also a former judge from American Idol. So, he has a good idea of what the coaches and viewers are looking for in the performances.

Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson and Thomas Rhett On The Voice

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Kelly Clarkson is back again, and she’s bringing aboard Thomas Rhett as her team adviser. Last season, Clarkson won The Voice with her contestant Brynn Cartelli and she is ready for another win.

Clarkson has some new touring coming up in 2019 and she is actually touring with Comeback Stage Judge Kelsea Ballerini. In addition, Clarkson has a daytime talk show in the works. Clarkson unexpectedly revealed the news on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, saying that she loves to talk and is excited because it’s something she never imagined she would actually do.


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  • "The Voice" is currently on season 21, and it has had 15 different full-time coaches over the years.
  • The original coaches were Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, and CeeLo Green.
  • Stars like Miley Cyrus, Usher, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson have also been coaches.
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Adam Levine was one of the original coaches.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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