Superstar singer-songwriter Kelly Clarkson makes her debut as a coach this season, with Season 12-winning coach and musical icon Alicia Keys taking a red chair alongside the show's returning coaches, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, and host Carson Daly.
Kelly Clarkson joins veteran Coaches Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton in the search for the best voice in America. Adding another layer of excitement this season is the introduction of the "block" where the Coaches have an opportunity to block a fellow coach from recruiting an artist on their team.
The second night of blind auditions.
The third night of blind auditions.
The fourth night of blind auditions.
The blind auditions continue.
The blind auditions conclude.
Kelly Clarkson teams up with Hailee Steinfeld, Alicia Keys with Shawn Mendes, Adam Levine with Julia Michaels, and Blake Shelton with Trace Adkins. New this season, coaches go further in the training process than ever before by working with the artists right up until performance night.
Two of Kelly's artists are excited to take on a top 10 pop hit by Kelly's very own advisor, Hailee Steinfeld, Adam hands two of his strongest male artists the tall order of performing one of Rihanna's biggest songs, while Alicia tasks two of her female vocalists with a chart-topping song by En Vogue.
Artists are challenged to take on beloved classics by Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, and current hits by Ed Sheeran and Chris Stapleton, not to mention a powerful Kelly Clarkson #1 song! Blake and Kelly each have one steal left, and Alicia has two.
The battles conclude with the final pairings for teams Adam, Alicia, and Blake. Alicia is the only coach left with a steal.
Relive all the very best moments from the blind auditions as Coaches Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton assemble their teams and then pair teammates together for musical duels in the battle rounds.
In the knockout rounds, former Voice champions return to advise the artists. Season 3's Cassadee Pope advises Team Kelly, Season 9's Jordan Smith advises Team Adam, Season 12's Chris Blue advises Team Alicia, and last season's Chloe Kohanski advises Team Blake. Each coach chooses the winner of their pairing to move on to the Live Playoff shows. In a new twist, the coaches will have the opportunity to save one of their artists in addition to being able to steal someone that would otherwise go home.
The knockout rounds continue.
The knockout rounds conclude.
Relive the best moments from the blind auditions, battles, and knockouts. Get new insights into the coaches' strategies and never-before-seen footage of the coaches and past Voice champions. Watch coaches perform vintage tunes from the Rat Pack era.
On the first night of the Playoffs, the Top 24 artists will all perform live and after the real-time votes are counted, the artist with the most votes from each team will be revealed and advance to the Top 12.
On the second night of the Playoffs, the remaining artists from 2 of the teams will perform live to try and secure a Top-12 spot.
On the final night of the Playoffs, the remaining artists from 2 of the teams will perform live to try and secure a Top-12 spot.
The Top 12 artists tell the stories of the songs that mean the most to them. America votes for their favorite artists, which will decide who moves on to the next round.
Ten artists are revealed safe by America's votes and the bottom 2 artists then compete for the Instant Save and one is eliminated. Three-time Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum band Maroon 5, led by frontman and coach Adam Levine, perform the hit single "Wait". Blake and Kelly perform with their teams.
The Top 11 artists perform live America's votes. The artists will perform songs selected by fans.
Nine artists are revealed as safe by America's votes. The bottom two artists then compete for the Instant Save and one is eliminated. Adam and Alicia perform with their teams. The Season 4 winner of "Voice on Snapchat" is revealed.
The top 10 artists perform live for America’s votes. Clarkson performs her show-stopping new single, “I Don’t Think About You.” This week’s theme is “Challenge Week,” in which the artists will focus on overcoming an obstacle in any aspect of the performance. The challenge could be song or genre-based, or having to do with performance and stage presence – each tackling something that they see as a challenge on their journey to become a well-rounded artist.
After 7 artists are revealed to be safe by America’s votes, the bottom 3 compete for the Instant Save and 2 are eliminated. Charlie Puth performs “Done For Me” and 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS) performs their new single “Want You Back.”
The top 8 artists perform live for America’s votes. Plus, the artists team up for competitive Mashup Duets.
After 3 artists are declared safe by America's votes, the bottom 2 artists are sent home immediately and the middle 3 artists compete in the Instant Save for the last spot in the finale. Blake performs his song “I Lived It.” Also, a guest performance by Panic! at the Disco.
The final 4 artists perform live three times – one new solo cover, a special duet with their coach, and a debut of their original single.
Carson Daly reveals who America has chosen to be the winner. Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton are the coaches.