America's choice for the new Voice champion is revealed live; Tim McGraw, Coldplay, Robin Thicke, Justin Moore, Ed Sheeran and OneRepublic perform.
The artists face elimination as the playoffs continue.
The top five artists from Team Blake sing for their survival, hoping to be one of just three singers picked for the live rounds.
Chris Martin advises the artists before they compete head to head in their second round of elimination duets.
The Top 8 artists perform live for America's votes, along with guest performances from Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
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.
The coaches look back at the blind auditions that blew them away as they built their teams.
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.
Can The Voice repeat as the Emmy winner for Outstanding Reality Competition series? Don't miss the new season with Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams joining Blake and Adam, premiering September 22.
The Oklahoma brothers bring back one of the performances that defined them, "Danny's Song."
America's choice for the top five artists moving on to the semifinals is revealed.
Teenagers Adana Duru, Kelly Crapa and Paulina find their way to Adam, Blake and Christina's teams.
Trying to win a place in the Top 12, Holly performs "How Do I Live."
Christina returns to the Voice stage to team up with Pitbull on "Feel This Moment."
Get to know Season 4 artist Grace Askew.
Cee-Lo, Carson and Blake talk about this week's surprising battle pairings and what it's like to see people go.
Caitlin Michelle floors the coaches with her take on Florence and The Machine's "Cosmic Love."
Kris delivers his version of the Jackson 5 classic, "I'll Be There."
The Texas music teacher intrigues two of the judges with her take on the Fleetwood Mac classic "Landslide."
Casey talks about how she pursued the guitar as opposed to her family's favorite sport - volleyball.
Casey talks about her edgy style and how her wacky and supportive family is helping her live her dream.
This former Disney pop star nails Katy Perry's "The One That Got Away."
Get to know Season 4 artist Warren Stone.
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