Eight more artists sing their way onto Blake, Shakira, Adam and Usher's teams.
Usher Shakira, Blake and Adam continue their fight to land the top new talent in America.
Usher, Shakira, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton fight for the best new singers in America as The Voice premiere week continues.
Usher and Shakira return to battle with Adam Levine and Blake Shelton for the best new singers in America in the Season 6 premiere of The Voice.
After the coaches and a cavalcade of guest singers perform, a new champion is crowned The Voice.
Chris Mann, Tony Lucca, Jermaine Paul and Juliet Simms perform solo and with their coaches, hoping to capture America's votes and be crowned The Voice.
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.
Blake and Adam's artists sing for America's votes and a trip to the Top 12.
All eight of the remaining artists sing live - and your votes decide who makes the Top 6. Robin Thicke performs.
All 10 remaining artists perform, hoping to capture America's votes and move on to the Top 8.
A look back at the best stories and performances from the auditions, battles and knockouts.
The battles begin as the artists face off for a chance to advance.
With America and their coaches' votes counted, the eight semifinalists discover who will go to the final round.
The remaining 10 sing live for your votes and a chance to advance to the elite round of eight.
In an all-new live show, all of the coaches' top artists sing for your votes - and a chance to move on.
Shakira calls out Blake's BS, Blake shares his pre-show ritual and Shakira reminds the boys who's boss in social media. Here's what you didn't see this week on The Voice.
Shakira and Usher are the perfect fit for The Voice, and Carson knows why.
Usher speaks to what he hopes to accomplish coaching on The Voice and the most satisfying part of the job.
Dani Moz scores with 'I Need Your Love'; Lexi Luca nails her take on 'Wasting All These Tears'; and Music Box wows Shakira with her version of 'You Gotta Be.'
Anti-bullying advocate Audra McLaughlin turns all four coaches around with her powerful take on John Prine's 'Angel from Montgomery.'
Former baseball star Morgan Wallen knocks one out of the park with his version of 'Collide.'
A performer since she was seven, Megan Ruger knocks 'em dead with her take on 'Just Like a Pill.'
Stevie Jo covers Usher's 'There Goes My Baby' - and promptly lands a spot on his team.
A survivor through and through, Emily B. has her pick of coaches after covering Chris Isaak's 'Wicked Game.'
The top four artists reveal a few secrets about themselves.
Amber Carrington, Sarah Simmons and Judith Hill join their coach, Adam Levine, for "Lovesong."
R&B singer Orlando Dixon's "So Sick" makes Usher feel better.
Teenagers Adana Duru, Kelly Crapa and Paulina find their way to Adam, Blake and Christina's teams.
Makeup Department Head Darcy Gilmore shows Christina Milian how to get Shakira's natural look.
Under Blake's watchful eye, Danielle delivers "Jesus Take the Wheel" and Taylor sings "Russian Roulette."
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