In the star and song-filled finale, a new Voice champion is crowned.
The four finalists sing with their coaches and give new solo performances as they face off for America's votes to become the new Voice champion.
Each of the Top 5 must give the performances of their lives to reach next week's finals; Blake Shelton performs his new single.
America's votes and an audience instant save sets the list of artists headed to the semifinals.
The remaining eight artists give their very best, singing live for America's votes and a trip to the semifinals.
The previous night's votes are revealed and then America instantly chooses its final choice for the Top 8.
The results of America's votes and instant saves are revealed as the field of artists is cut to just 10.
The Top 8 artists perform live for America's votes, along with guest performances from Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
Each of the remaining ten artists sings live for America's votes; Rixton performs.
The Top 12 perform live, hoping to earn America's votes and a trip to the Top 10 round.
The remaining artists are advised by Christina Aguilera, Diana Ross, Patrick Stump, Clive Davis and Colbie Caillat before performing live for your votes.
A look back at the best stories and performances from the auditions, battles and knockouts.
The Oklahoma brothers bring back one of the performances that defined them, "Danny's Song."
Get to know Season 4 artist Cathia.
Country-loving brothers Colton and Zach Swon rock the house - and Coach Blake Shelton - with their take on Tom Petty's "American Girl."
Get to know Season 4 artist Grace Askew.
A powerhouse trio comes together on The Voice stage to perform their hit, "Blurred Lines."
Zach and Colton reunite with Amber Carrington, Holly Tucker and Justin Rivers to sing "Stars Tonight."
Kris delivers his version of the Jackson 5 classic, "I'll Be There."
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."
Amber Carrington, Caroline Glaser, Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons learn who is moving on to the Top 12.
Beverly talks about her life since the finale, The Voice Tour, and has a special message to her online fans.
Superstar coach Usher performs his latest single, "Twisted."
The Voice's new social correspondent gets you connected to season two!
Javier Colon talks about his pre-performance nerves and hangs out with his family before taking the stage at Blind Auditions.
Carson reveals the final two who are moving ahead - and the final two who are headed home.
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