The artists face elimination as the playoffs continue.
Chris Martin advises the artists before they compete head to head in their second round of elimination duets.
All eight of the remaining artists sing live - and your votes decide who makes the Top 6. Robin Thicke performs.
Blake and Adam's artists sing for America's votes and a trip to the Top 12.
The remaining eight artists sing live, competing for your votes and a trip to the Top 6.
The remaining artists from each coach's team perform live for your votes.
With America and their coaches' votes counted, the eight semifinalists discover who will go to the final round.
In an all-new live show, all of the coaches' top artists sing for your votes - and a chance to move on.
With a trip to the knockout rounds at stake, the artists sing do-or-die duets for their coaches.
A look back at the artists and performances from each team plus a look at life backstage and what's ahead for the battle rounds.
The season champion is crowned, plus performances from Cher, Pitbull and Christina Aguilera, Florida Georgia Line, Nelly, Bruno Mars, Bob Seger and more.
Jake Worthington, Christina Grimmie and Josh Kaufmann perform solo and with their coaches for America's votes.
The Top 5 discover who's headed for the finals; past Voice artists perform.
Usher sings his new single, and the Top 5 artists each perform a pair of songs in the hopes of winning America's votes and a trip to the finals.
The last artists battle for their shots to advance to the Knockouts - and Christina uses her final steal.
In the first round of blind auditions, Christina, Blake, Cee Lo, and Adam re-unite to pick all-new teams of artists.
Host Carson and coaches Blake and Cee Lo talk about the battles between Frenchie and Tarralyn and Patrick and Tyler.
R&B singer Orlando Dixon's "So Sick" makes Usher feel better.
Audrey and Jamila talk about the challenge of giving Beyonce's female empowerment anthem justice on the battle stage.
Country rocker Shelbie Z. turns three coaches around with her rousing "Here for the Party."
Casey talks about her edgy style and how her wacky and supportive family is helping her live her dream.
This season's youngest performer puts her heart and soul into Jo Dee Messina's "Heads Carolina, Tails California."
Their battle may have ended, but the rivalry between cops and firefighters will never die! Michael and Warren joke about their supposed strife and describe their friendship.
Team Blake watches each other's blind auditions for the first time and sizes each other up for battles.
The shy singer-songwriter has her pick of mentors after all four coaches turn for her take on "The Scientist."
Superstar coach Usher performs his latest single, "Twisted."
Justin Rivers battles The Morgan Twins on "Easy," Amy Whitcomb faces off with Agina Alvarez, singing "Heartbreaker" and Michelle Chamuel faces Chelsea M, singing "Titanium."
Finalist Michelle Chamuel is joined by Vedo, Cathia and Josiah Hawley on The Beatles' "We Can Work It Out."
Danielle joins Hunter Hayes on his "I Want Crazy."
Get to know Season 4 artist The Morgan Twins.
After a killer "Loca," Florida college student Monique puts herself on Team Shakira.
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