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The Voice (American season 19)

Season of television series

The nineteenth season of the American reality television seriesThe Voice premiered on October 19, 2020, on NBC. Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend returned as coaches for their nineteenth, sixth, and fourth seasons, respectively. Gwen Stefani rejoined the panel for her fifth season, after being replaced by Nick Jonas the previous season. Meanwhile, Carson Daly returned for his nineteenth season as host.[1]

Starting from this season, the studio version of all performances are released on YouTube Music instead of iTunes as before. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the bonus multiplier for downloads are not present for the second consecutive season as performances being recorded away from the studios; additionally, the entire season is filmed without a physical studio audience.[2]

Carter Rubin was named the winner of the season, marking Gwen Stefani's 1st & only win as a coach & Rubin as the youngest male winner (& 2nd-youngest winner overall at the time of his victory, only behind season 14's winner Brynn Cartelli). After 5 attempts, Stefani also became the 4th female coach to win the competition, following Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, & Kelly Clarkson.[3]

Coaches and hosts[edit]

On June 16, 2020, NBC announced that there would be a change in the coaches for this season. Blake Shelton would return for his nineteenth season, Kelly Clarkson for her sixth, and John Legend for his fourth. However, Nick Jonas opted not to return, allowing the return of Gwen Stefani after a one-season hiatus, marking her fifth season as a coach on the show.[4]Carson Daly returned as host.

This season's advisors for the Battles were: Kane Brown for Team Blake, Leon Bridges for Team Kelly, Miguel for Team Legend, and Julia Michaels for Team Gwen. Usher served as a mega-mentor for all teams during the Knockouts.

Teams[edit]

Color key

  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Fifth place
  •   Eliminated in Live Semi-Final
  •   Eliminated in the Live Playoffs
  •   Stolen in the Knockouts
  •   Eliminated in the Knockouts
  •   Stolen in the Battles
  •   Eliminated in the Battles
  •   Disqualified[a]

Coaches Top 40 artists
Kelly Clarkson
DeSz Cami CluneTanner Gomes Madeline Consoer Ryan Gallagher
Marisa Corvo Kelsie Watts Emmalee Skylar Alyvia Mayton Eli Zamora
Gwen Stefani
Carter RubinBen AllenPayge Turner Joseph SoulLarriah Jackson
Van Andrew Ryan Berg Liam St. John Tori Miller Lain Roy
John Legend
John HolidayTamara Jade Bailey Rae Chloé HoganJulia Cooper
Lauren FrihaufCasmè Rio Souma Olivia Reyes
Blake Shelton
Jim Ranger Ian Flanigan Worth the Wait Sid KingsleyTaryn Papa
James PyleJus Jon Sam Stacy Aaron Scott John Sullivan Payton Lamar
Note: Italicized names are stolen artists (names struck through within former teams). Underlined names are artists who were saved by their coach in the Battles and advanced to the Four-way Knockout.

Blind auditions[edit]

 ✔  Coach pressed "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to a coach's team
     Artist elected a coach's team
     Artist was eliminated with no coach pressing their button
 ✘  Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Kelly from getting the artist
 ✘  Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Gwen from getting the artist
 ✘  Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by John from getting the artist
 ✘  Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Blake from getting the artist

Episode 1 (October 19)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Tamara Jade 30 Bowie, Maryland"Cuz I Love You"
2 Lauren Frihauf 16 Byers, Colorado"Come to My Window"
3 Joseph Soul 34 Maui, Hawaii"Is This Love"
4 Ian Flanigan 30 Saugerties, New York"Colder Weather"
5 Hailey Green 14 St. Martin, Mississippi"Soulshine"
6 Jim Ranger 38 Bakersfield, California"Blue Ain’t Your Color"
7 Eli Zamora 25 El Paso, Texas"Ya lo Sé, Que Tu Te Vas"
8 Payge Turner 27 Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago"Call Out My Name"
9 Corey Ward 34 Hartsville, South Carolina"Way Down We Go"
10 Marisa Corvo 33 Staten Island, New York"Perfect"
11 John Holiday35 Rosenberg, Texas"Misty"

Episode 2 (October 20)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Taryn Papa 30 Middlebury, Connecticut"Anyway"
2 Liam St. John 29 Spokane, Washington"Sex and Candy"
3 Faye Moffett 35 Tulsa, Oklahoma"Anyone"
4 Aaron Scott 36 Tomah, Wisconsin"Hemorrhage (In My Hands)"
5 Madeline Consoer 24 Eagle River, Wisconsin"Girl" 1
6 Cami Clune 20 Buffalo, New York"Skinny Love"
7 Parede Valente-Johnson 28 Eugene, Oregon"Crossroads"
8 Ryan Gallagher 31 Ada Township, Michigan"The Prayer"
9 Chloé Hogan 20 Orlando, Florida"What the World Needs Now Is Love"
10 Kiari Mhoon 26 Fayetteville, North Carolina"Wanted"
11 Sid Kingsley 37 Richmond, Virginia"Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"
  • ^1 Kelly blocked Blake, but Blake did not press his button, so the block did not count.

Episode 3 (October 26)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Rio Souma 28 Detroit, Michigan"Cruisin'"
2 Ryan Berg 27 Dallas, Texas"Waiting on the World to Change"
3 Becca Kötte 33 Fargo, North Dakota"American Woman"
4 Jus Jon 30 Newport News, Virginia"Talk"
5 Ben Allen 42 Estero, Florida"Red Dirt Road"
6 Kelsie Watts 29 Lubbock, Texas"I Dare You"
7 James Mays 27 Memphis, Tennessee"The Show Must Go On"
8 Carter Rubin14 Shoreham, New York"Before You Go"
9 Casmè 39 New Orleans, Louisiana"Baby I Love You"
10 Michelle Moonshine 28 Salt Lake City, Utah"Carolina in My Mind"
11 DeSz 30 Houston, Texas"Un-Break My Heart"

Episode 4 (October 27)[edit]

Episode 5 (November 2)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Julia Cooper 21 Poland, Ohio"Alaska"
2 Apropos 31 Detroit, Michigan"I Heard It Through The Grapevine"
3 John Sullivan 32 Concord, North Carolina"Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels)"
4 Skylar Alyvia Mayton 15 Ada, Michigan"Blinding Lights"
5 Lain Roy 22 Larkspur, Colorado"Someone You Loved"
6 Jared Ming 32 Oahu, Hawaii"Drunk Me"
7 Worth the Wait 13–47 Gadsden, Alabama"When Will I Be Loved"
8 Emmalee 20 Kings Mountain, North Carolina"How Will I Know" Team full
9 Bailey Rae 18 Roberta, Oklahoma"Does My Ring Burn Your Finger" Team full
10 Neci 32 Nashville, Tennessee"God Bless The Child"
11 Tori Miller 26 Siloam Springs, Arkansas"When You Say Nothing at All"
12 James Pyle 30 West Hills, California"Watermelon Sugar" Team full

Battles[edit]

The Battles began on November 9, 2020. The advisors for this round were Leon Bridges for Team Kelly, Julia Michaels for Team Gwen, Miguel for Team Legend, and Kane Brown for Team Blake. The coaches can steal one losing artist from other coaches and save one losing artist on their team. However, the team coach may only hit their button to save an artist after it is clear that no other coach is going to steal the artist.[5] Artists who win their battle or are stolen by another coach advance to the Knockout Rounds.

      Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Knockouts
      Artist lost the Battle, but was stolen by another coach, and, advanced to the Knockouts
      Artist lost the Battle, but was saved by their coach, and, advanced to the four-way Knockout
      Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated

Knockouts[edit]

In the Knockouts round, each coach can steal one losing artist from another team. Artists who win their knockout or are stolen by another coach advance to the Live Playoffs. Former coach Usher will serve as the mega mentor for all teams in this round.[6][better source needed] This season, each saved artist from the Battle Rounds will go head-to-head in the four-way Knockout. Results for the head-to-head are decided by a public vote, with the winner announced during the first week of Live Shows.

      Artist won the Knockout and advanced to the Live Playoffs
      Artist lost the Knockout but, was stolen by another coach, and advanced to the Live Playoffs
      Artist lost the Knockout and was eliminated
      Artist was disqualified from the competition [a]

Live shows[edit]

Continuing from the previous season, the number of weeks of live shows consist of the Live Playoffs, the Semi-finals, and the Finale.

      Artist was saved by the Public's votes
      Artist was saved by his/her coach, or was placed in the bottom five
      Artist was selected to compete in the Wild Card or won the Wild Card
      Artist was saved by the Instant Save
      Artist was eliminated

Week 1: Live Playoffs (November 30, December 1)[edit]

Week 2: Semi-finals – Fan Week (December 7–8)[edit]

Week 3: Finale (December 14–15)[edit]

The final five performed on Monday, December 14, 2020, with the final results the following day. In the first episode of the finale, each artist performed an original song and a cover. In the second episode, each artist performed a duet with their respective coach.

Elimination chart[edit]

      Winner                                           Saved by Instant Save (via Voice App)
      Runner up                                           Saved by the public
      Third Place                                           Saved by their coach
      Fourth place                                           Saved by Wild Card (via Voice App)
      Fifth place                                           Eliminated
      Team Kelly
      Team Gwen
      Team Legend
      Team Blake

Overall[edit]

Artists Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Finale
Carter RubinSafe Safe Winner
Jim Ranger Safe Safe Runner-up
Ian Flanigan Safe Safe Third place
DeSz Safe Safe Fourth place
John HolidaySafe Safe Fifth place
Ben Allen Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 2)
Cami Clune Safe Eliminated
Tamara Jade Safe Eliminated
Bailey Rae Safe Eliminated
Tanner Gomes Eliminated Eliminated (Week 1)
Payge Turner Eliminated
Worth the Wait Eliminated
Madeline Consoer Eliminated
Chloé Hogan Eliminated
Sid Kingsley Eliminated
Taryn Papa Eliminated
Joseph Soul Eliminated

Teams[edit]

Artists Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Finale
DeSz Public's vote Advanced Fourth place
Cami Clune Coach's choice Eliminated
Tanner Gomes Eliminated
Madeline Consoer Eliminated
Carter RubinPublic's vote Advanced Winner
Ben Allen Coach's choice Eliminated
Payge Turner Eliminated
Joseph Soul Eliminated
John HolidayPublic's vote Advanced Fifth place
Tamara Jade Coach's choice Eliminated
Bailey Rae Public's vote Eliminated
Chloé Hogan Eliminated
Jim Ranger Coach's choice Advanced Runner-up
Ian Flanigan Public's vote Advanced Third place
Worth the Wait Eliminated
Sid Kingsley Eliminated
Taryn Papa Eliminated

Ratings[edit]

References[edit]

Citations[edit]

  1. ^"Everything to Know About 'The Voice' Season 19 in 2020". 2020-08-14.
  2. ^"Don't Expect to See a Live Audience Cheering for Contestants on 'The Voice Season' 19". Newsweek. Retrieved 16 December 2020.
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  4. ^"'The Voice': Gwen Stefani cannot wait to return as coach, will replace Nick Jonas". USA Today. 2020-06-16. Retrieved 2020-10-20.
  5. ^"The Voice - NBC.com". NBC. Retrieved 2020-03-03.
  6. ^"The Voice: Usher Returning as Mega Mentor". PopCulture.com. United States. Retrieved November 17, 2020.
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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abcGallagher performed in the Four-Way Knockout, but was disqualified from the program prior to the winner of the Knockout being announced on the first week of the live shows for allegedly violating the program's COVID-19-related protocols. Therefore, the public vote results were based on the remaining three artists who competed.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Voice_(American_season_19)

'The Voice' finale: Carter Rubin, Jim Ranger, rest of Final Five sing for the crown. Who will win?

It's down to the Final Five. 

After an unprecedented season riddled with COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing, "The Voice" is one night away from crowning its new champion. 

"I’m a little sad. This is an entire season now, and I haven’t been able to give you one hug," Blake Shelton said to his finalist Ian Flanigan. "When COVID is over, I am going to fly to wherever you are and I’m going to give you a big hug."

The only thing that separated one of the top five finalists – Carter Rubin, 15; Desz, 30; Flanigan, 30; John Holiday, 35; and Jim Ranger, 38 – from hoisting "The Voice" trophy was two final performances on Monday. 

Each artist was tasked with performing a cover and an original song. Each coach is represented in the finale, but Shelton has a slight advantage with two finalists, as opposed to Kelly Clarkson's, John Legend's and Gwen Stefani's solo singer. 

Here's what happened during Monday's finale:

'The Voice':After shocking Top 5 reveal, Blake Shelton's team has edge going into finale

"The Voice" finalists: (L-R) Ian Flanigan, Desz, Carter Rubin, John Holiday and Jim Ranger.

Team Stefani's Carter Rubin

The Long Island, New York native, who received a two-chair turn in the Blind Auditions, kicked off the show with an emotional performance of Miley Cyrus' "The Climb" to represent his journey on the show.

"You are so special and gifted and so natural. I’m just so happy to be your coach," Stefani said. Blake Shelton added, "Even though I’m supposed to be your competition…I’m a fan."

'The Voice':Gwen Stefani threatens to quit after battling teens nail John Legend song

Rubin said he can relate to his original song "Up From Here," because "we all have highs and lows in our life." ("As long as we go down together, we can make it up from here.")

"I don't think America understands… to be 15-year-old and to be so incredibly calm and cool," Stefani said. "Thank you for trusting me. You are a beautiful person, inside and out."

Team Clarkson's Desz

The Houston native, a four-chair turn, took everyone to church on her original song "Holy Ground." Legend said she "summoned this holy energy" with her powerful song that spoke to the challenging year of 2020. ("It's not the end of the world, but it sure does feel like it.")

It left Clarkson in tears. 

"I needed that song," an emotional Clarkson said, trying regaining her composure. "You did such a beautiful thing, but everyone needs that message right now."

Clarkson called Desz "hands down the greatest vocalist I’ve worked with on this show." Desz replied, "I feel like I won when you turned your chair."

'The Voice':Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani's 'teaming up' against Kelly Clarkson backfires

Desz wanted to switch it up on her cover. She tapped into her "emotional" and "vulnerable" side on the rock classic "Landslide" by Fleetwood Mac.

"She actually picked this song," Clarkson explained. "I am going to be honest with you, I was like, 'What?'" But Desz won over all the coaches with her "Desz-ified" rendition. 

"I’m not crying anymore, I compartmentalized all feelings," Clarkson said. "You do things vocally that no one I know can do… It’s all the things that I desire to be as a vocalist and honest to God will never reach."

Clarkson assured her finalists that despite tomorrow's results, "just know that you sang your butt off on this stage."

Team Legend's John Holiday 

The Rosenberg, Texas native, a three-chair turn, said his original song "Where Do We Go" was inspired by his new fans. ("Feeling your Fahrenheit, I’ve never been more alive.")

"The Fahrenheit of the love the fans are giving me, I don't want that to go away," Holiday said. "So where do we go? We only go up."

Clarkson said she was impressed with Holiday's "Celine Dion lungs."

"You have been so versatile through this competition," Legend said. "It’s magical to see all the things you are able to do."

"The Voice" finalist: John Holiday.

Holiday's "Voice" journey came full circle during his last performance. The opera-trained singer said he saw a "halo" over Legend when the "Wild" singer turned for him during the Blind Auditions. He closed his run on the series with Beyoncé's "Halo."

"There’s no one like you," Legend said. "You continue to show America more of yourself every single week. You put yourself out here every single week."

Team Shelton's Ian Flanigan

The Saugerties, New York native, who only earned one chair turn, took on a country classic: Jamey Johnson's "In Color." He performed on a stage covered in black-and-white family photos. ("A pictures worth a thousand words, But you cant see what those shades of gray keep covered.")

Legend applauded Flanigan's "distinct character that’s in your voice."

"I don’t know if Ian is from the past or from the future," Shelton said. "There’s never been anyone who sounds like you, man."

Flanigan's original song "Never Learn" is a tribute to all parents. 

"As a parent, this is exactly how you feel when you have a kid coming up," Flanigan explained."You can show them all the parts of the world but you just hope that they never know the hard parts of it all."

Flanigan sang: "I can teach you how this cruel world turns, but I hope you never learn." 

Shelton dubbed his voice a "friendly monster."

Team Shelton's Jim Ranger

The Bakersfield, California pastor, who received three chair turns, slowed it down on his original song, "Last." Ranger said it reminded him of his marital journey with his wife. ("There will be rainy days but don’t forget to laugh. That’s how you make it last.")

"I’ve been married 18 years," Ranger said. "I feel like (the song) captures that idea of making it work no matter what."

Shelton, who is engaged to his fellow "Voice" coach Stefani, was attentively listening: "It’s almost like you were giving me advice here… now I know how to make it last."

Legend said Ranger's "heart comes through everything you sing and everything you do."

Ranger closed the show with Joe Cocker's version of the Beatles' "With a Little Help From My Friends." It was easily the most captivating performance of the night. 

"That was your best performance on this show," Clarkson said. That felt like that could have been your original… Way to live your best finale life."

Shelton said he "timed it just right." 

The winner of Season 19 of "The Voice" will be revealed during Tuesday's two-hour finale (8 EDT/PDT). 

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"Zero Points" beim ESC für Deutschland: Ann Sophie wagt den Neustart

The Voice 2020 - Gewinner:

Paula Dalla Corte aus Team Samu und Rea holte sich in der Jubiläumsstaffel den Sieg! Sie wurde am 20. Dezember 2020 von der Zuschauern zur Siegerin gewählt und setzte sich damit gegen ihre starke Konkurrenz durch.

Finale 2020: Alle Infos zu Sendezeit, Sendetermin und TV-Ausstrahlung

Das Finale von "The Voice of Germany" 2020 lief am 20. Dezember 2020 live in SAT.1. Die Folge kannst kannst Du auch im nach der Ausstrahlung kostenlos auf thevoice.de anschauen.

Wer sind die Finalisten bei The Voice of Germany?

Ins "The Voice"-Finale hat es aus Team Yvonne und Stefanie Oliver Henrich geschafft, nachdem er eigentlich bereits in den Sing-Offs ausgeschieden ist. Aus Team Nico dürfen sich Mael & Jonas über den Einzug ins Finale freuen. Im Team Mark hat sich Tosari Udayana durchgesetzt. Aus Samu & Rea hat es Paula Dalla Corte geschafft und für das Team Michael tritt Alessandro Pola im Finale an.

Sours: https://www.the-voice-of-germany.de/video/staffel-10/finale

The Voice (Australian season 9)

Season of television series

The ninth season of The Voice began airing on 24 May 2020.[1] For the first time in the show's history all of the coaches returned: Delta Goodrem for her eighth, Kelly Rowland and Boy George for their fourth and Guy Sebastian for his second. Following the exit of Sonia Kruger, Darren McMullen, who hosted the first four seasons, returns with new co-host, Renee Bargh.

Chris Sebastian from Team Kelly won the competition on 19 July 2020, marking the second All-Star to win, as well as Kelly Rowland's second and final victory as a coach.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

Right after the end of the eighth season, the series was renewed for a ninth season and was announced that all coaches would return the new season.[2]Darren McMullen, who exited as host following the conclusion of the fourth season, returns as host, alongside new co-host Renee Bargh, following the exit of Sonia Kruger.[3][4]

In June 2020 the Sydney Morning Herald reported that Marcia Hines and The Veronicas were to fill in as guest mentors for Rowland and Boy George respectively, who will be mentoring their acts remotely from the US and UK because of travel restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[5]

Teams[edit]

Colour key

  •   Winner
  •   Finalist
  •   Eliminated in the Semifinals
  •   Eliminated in the Showdowns
  •   Eliminated in the Playoffs
  •   Artist was saved in the Battle rounds by their coach or another coach
  •   Eliminated in the Battle rounds
  •   Withdrew due to COVID-19 travel restrictions

Coach Top 49
Guy Sebastian
Johnny ManuelTimothy Bowen Adam Ludewig Matt GreshamStephanie Cole
Josh Pywell Soma SuttonWolf Winters
Bukhu GanburgedKirby Burgess Luke Biscan Natalie GauciXy Latu
Delta Goodrem
Stellar PerryJesse Teinaki Clarissa SpataGoldi Steve Clisby
Claudia Harrison Emmagen Rain Graeme Isaako
Callum Gleeson Maddy Thomas
Boy George
Siala Robson Masha MnjoyanAngela Fabian Elyse Sene-LefaoVirginia Lillye
Nathan Isaac Roxane LeBrasseSapphire TamalemaiCaleb Jago-Ward
Andy Dexterity Jonathon WelchRicky Muscat Sebastian Coe
Kelly Rowland
Chris SebastianMark FurzeAlex Weybury Despina SavvaLyric McFarland
Bo'Ness Elishia SemaanJimi the KweenElla Monnery
Charlie McFarlane Emma Mylott Mason Lloyde
Note: Italicized names are saved artists (names struck through within former teams). Bolded names are artist chosen as Wildcards.
  • Due to COVID-19 and international travel restrictions, Caleb Jago-Ward and Ella Monnery could not travel from New Zealand to perform in the Playoffs. Elyse Sene-Lefao and Jimi the Kween were chosen to replace them, respectively.

Blind auditions[edit]

In the Blind Auditions, each coach had to complete their teams with 12 contestants. New this season, each coach had two Blocks to prevent another of the coaches from getting a contestant.[6]

   Coach hit the "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to this team
     Artist elected to join this team
     Coach pressed "I WANT YOU" button, despite the lack of places in his/her team, and artist picked a coach's team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist received a 'Four-Chair Turn'.
Crystal Clear action bookmark.pngArtist is an 'All Star' contestant.
 Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Guy from getting the artist
 Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Delta from getting the artist
 Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Boy George from getting the artist
 Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Kelly from getting the artist

Episode 1 (24 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Guy Delta George Kelly
1 Adam Ludewig 16 "Leave a Light On"            
2 Despina Savva 14 "Idontwannabeyouanymore"            
3 Roxane LeBrasse 37 "Best of My Love"            
4 Virginia Lillye N/A"Barracuda"      
5 Jon WizaCrystal Clear action bookmark.png28 "Don't Stop Believin'"
6 Josh Pywell 28 "Run to Paradise"      
7 Stellar Perry 36 "Always Remember Us This Way"          

Episode 2 (25 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Guy Delta George Kelly
1 Janie Gordon 21 "Songbird"            
2 Stephanie Cole 23 "The Middle"      
3 Chris SebastianCrystal Clear action bookmark.png31 "Jealous"            
4 Charlie McFarlane 22 "Sign of the Times"      
5 Jimi the Kween 27 "Wicked Game"            
6 Megan Vuillemain 26 "Emotion"
7 Timothy Bowen 30 "I Can't Make You Love Me"            

Episode 3 (26 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Guy Delta George Kelly
1 Jesse Teinaki Crystal Clear action bookmark.png28 "When the Party's Over"            
2 Phoebe Jay 17 "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"
3 Luke Biscan 31 "Resolution"      
4 Sebastian Coe 14 "Sucker"   
5 Ella Monnery 23 "Higher Love"         
6 Olivia Kelly 18 "Video Games"
7 Bukhu Ganburged 35 "Mother and Father"            

Episode 4 (31 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Guy Delta George Kelly
1 Siala Robson 18 "Other Than You" (original song)            
2 Kirby Burgess 31 "Maybe This Time"      
3 Emmagen Rain 12 "Somethin' Bad"   
4 Matt Gresham31 "Bruises"       
5 Jake Meywes 26 "Feeling Good"
6 Matt Evans 23 "Need You Tonight"         
7 Masha MnjoyanCrystal Clear action bookmark.png24 "All by Myself"            

Episode 5 (1 June)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Guy Delta George Kelly
1 Caleb Jago-Ward Crystal Clear action bookmark.png26 "Confide in Me"         
2 Georgia Caine 21 "The River"
3 Maddy Thomas 15 "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart"         
4 Carina Grace 55 "It's Raining Men"
5 Soma Sutton 26 "Hello"         
6 Joshua Jake 24 "Happier"
7 Alex Weybury 26 "Total Eclipse of the Heart"        

Episode 6 (2 June)[edit]

Episode 7 (7 June)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Guy Delta George Kelly
1 Claudia Harrison 18 "O Mio Babbino Caro"            
2 Emma Mylott 25 "Bang Bang"   
3 Nicole Ferreira 28 "Dancing on My Own"
4 Bo'Ness 16 "Dumb Things"      
5 Lyric McFarland Crystal Clear action bookmark.png35 "Good as Hell" x "So Good"      
6 Andy Dexterity 34 "Imagine"            
7 Johnny Manuel 35 "Home"           

Episode 8 (8 June)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Guy Delta George Kelly
1 Jonathon Welch 61 "This Is the Moment"      
2 Sarah Vellios 34 "A Whole New World"
3 Ricky Muscat 36 "Maria Maria"      
4 Billie Kid 37 "Finesse"
5 Callum Gleeson 32 "The Loco-Motion"   
6 Koby Lee 36 "Perfect Illusion"
7 Mark Furze33 "Blow"            

Episode 9 (14 June)[edit]

Episode 10 (15 June)[edit]

  • Guy turned his chair for Wolf Winters despite already having a full team. Producers allowed him to keep Wolf as the 13th member of his team with the condition of losing two artists in a three-way battle in the next round.[7]

Battle rounds[edit]

The Battle rounds started on 21 June. The coaches can save two losing artists from any team, including their own. Contestants who win their battle or are saved will advance to the Playoffs.

       Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Playoffs
       Artist lost the Battle but was saved by their coach or another coach, and advanced to the Playoffs
      Artist lost the Battle and was originally eliminated, however, received the Coach Comeback, advancing to the Playoffs
       Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated
Episode Coach Order Winner Song Loser 'Save' result
Guy Delta George Kelly
Episode 11
(Sunday, June. 21, 2020)
Boy George 1 Virginia Lillye "Call Me" Clarissa Spata
Delta Goodrem 2 Graeme Isaako "Dirrty" Elishia Semaan
Kelly Rowland 3 Alex Weybury "The Best" Mason Lloyde
Guy Sebastian 4 Stephanie Cole "Scared to Be Lonely" Kirby Burgess
Kelly Rowland 5 Lyric McFarland "Rehab" Soma Sutton
Guy Sebastian 6 Johnny Manuel "Earth Song" Bukhu Ganburged
Episode 12
(Monday, June 22, 2020)
Boy George 1 Siala Robson "Teenage Fantasy" Despina Savva
Delta Goodrem 2 Claudia Harrison "Dreams" Maddy Thomas Team full
Guy Sebastian 3 Wolf Winters "Old Town Road" Natalie Gauci
Xy Latu
Boy George 4 Roxane LeBrasse "Queen of the Night" Ricky Muscat
Kelly Rowland 5 Bo'Ness "Circles" Charlie McFarlane
Delta Goodrem 6 Stellar Perry "Slide Away" Matt Gresham
Episode 13
(Sunday, June 28, 2020)
Kelly Rowland 1 Chris Sebastian"Titanium" Sapphire Tamalemai Team full Team full
Boy George 2 Caleb Jago-Ward "Bohemian Rhapsody" Andy Dexterity
Delta Goodrem 3 Jesse Teinaki "Human" Steve Clisby
Boy George 4 Angela Fabian "Stand by Me" Jonathon Welch Team full
Guy Sebastian 5 Josh Pywell "Love Is a Battlefield" Jimi the Kween
Delta Goodrem 6 Janie Gordon* "Lover" N/AN/A
Matt Evans*
Episode 14
(Monday, June 29, 2020)
Kelly Rowland 1 Mark Furze "You Oughta Know" Emma Mylott Team full Team full Team full
Delta Goodrem 2 Emmagen Rain "Footloose" Callum Gleeson
Guy Sebastian 3 Timothy Bowen "It Must Have Been Love" Luke Biscan
Boy George 4 Nathan Isaac "Physical" Sebastian Coe
Kelly Rowland 5 Ella Monnery "Respect" Masha Mnjoyan
Guy Sebastian 6 Adam Ludewig "Wrecking Ball" Elyse Sene-Lefao Team full
  • Delta could not decide on a winner between Janie and Matt. With approval from the producers, she suggested they become a duo, and both artists agreed. The duo adopted the stage name "Goldi".[8]

Playoffs[edit]

The Playoffs started on 5 July. In the Playoffs, each coach pairs two of their artists together, with each artist singing an individual song following a theme. After all of their team's playoffs were done, the coaches chose one of their losing artists as a wildcard. The top 20 contestants who win their Playoff or are chosen as a Wildcard move on to the Showdowns. Due to COVID-19 and travel restrictions, Kelly and George mentored their artists remotely, with Marcia Hines and The Veronicas filling in as guest mentors respectively. Artists Caleb Jago-Ward from Team George and Ella Monnery from Team Kelly were unable to continue on the competition also due to travel restrictions, being stuck in New Zealand.[9] Coaches George and Kelly were allowed to bring back an eliminated Battle loser to fill in for Caleb and Ella, George choosing Elyse Sene-Lefao and Kelly chose Jimi the Kween.

       Artist won the Playoff and advanced to the Showdowns
       Artist lost the Playoff but was chosen as a wildcard and advanced to the Showdowns
       Artist lost the Playoff and was eliminated

Episode 15 (5 July)[edit]

Episode 16 (6 July)[edit]

  • Kelly opted to take neither Elishia nor Jimi to the Showdowns, with approval from the producers. To even out her team, Kelly was granted an extra wildcard pick.

Episode 17 (7 July)[edit]

Grand finale week[edit]

Showdowns[edit]

The Showdowns were first broadcast on 12 and 13 July 2020. Over the two episodes, all artists of the Top 20 take on a solo performance of a song of their choice. Teams Kelly and Guy performing on the first night, with Teams Delta and George performing on the second night. At the end of each episode, the coaches choose two out of their five artists to advance to the Semifinals.

Semi-finals[edit]

The Semi-finals episode was first broadcast on 14 July 2020. At the end of the episode, the coaches were allowed to take one artist each through to the Grand Finale, which was an exclusive feature of this season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This also marks Guy Sebastian's first season with an artist in the Grand Finale.

Grand Finale[edit]

The Grand Finale was first broadcast on 19 July 2020. Each artist performed a solo song and a duet with their coach, or a guest singer. This was the only episode of the season where the results were determined by public vote and not by the coaches.

  • Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, Boy George and Kelly could not perform with their artists, so Boy George had The Veronicas sing with Siala, while Kelly had Daryl Braithwaite sing with Chris.

Grand finale week results[edit]

Colour key[edit]

Artist's info[edit]

  •   Artist from Team Guy
  •   Artist from Team Delta
  •   Artist from Team George
  •   Artist from Team Kelly

Result details[edit]

  •   Winner
  •   Finalist
  •   Artist was saved by the coach
  •   Artist was eliminated by coach

Overall[edit]

Artist Week 1 Grand Finale
Showdowns Semi-Final
Chris Sebastian Safe Safe Winner
Johnny Manuel Safe Safe Finalist
Stellar Perry Safe Safe Finalist
Siala Robson Safe Safe Finalist
Jesse Teinaki Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Semi-final)
Mark Furze Safe Eliminated
Masha Mnjoyan Safe Eliminated
Timothy Bowen Safe Eliminated
Adam Ludewig Eliminated Eliminated (Showdowns)
Alex Weybury Eliminated
Angela Fabian Eliminated
Clarissa Spata Eliminated
Despina Savva Eliminated
Elyse Sene-Lefao Eliminated
Goldi Eliminated
Lyric McFarland Eliminated
Matt Gresham Eliminated
Stephanie Cole Eliminated
Steve Clisby Eliminated
Virginia Lillye Eliminated

Team[edit]

Artist Week 1 Grand Finale
Showdowns Semi-Final
Johnny ManuelSafe Safe Finalist
Timothy Bowen Safe Eliminated
Adam Ludewig Eliminated
Matt Gresham Eliminated
Stephanie Cole Eliminated
Stellar Perry Safe Safe Finalist
Jesse Teinaki Safe Eliminated
Clarissa Spata Eliminated
Goldi Eliminated
Steve Clisby Eliminated
Siala Robson Safe Safe Finalist
Masha Mnjoyan Safe Eliminated
Angela Fabian Eliminated
Elyse Sene-Lefao Eliminated
Virginia Lillye Eliminated
Chris SebastianSafe Safe Winner
Mark Furze Safe Eliminated
Alex Weybury Eliminated
Despina Savva Eliminated
Lyric McFarland Eliminated

Ratings[edit]

Colour key:

  – Highest rating during the season
  – Lowest rating during the season

References[edit]

  1. ^Doyle, Erin (4 May 2020). "It's coming! The Voice Australia announces season nine premiere date after being forced to halt filming". TV Week. Retrieved 3 June 2020 – via nowtolove.com.au.
  2. ^"The Voice Coaches reveal what to expect from the all-new season".
  3. ^"How Sonia Kruger's exit from Today speaks volumes of her career". 17 November 2019.
  4. ^"The new hosts of The Voice Australia have been announced". Retrieved 10 May 2020.
  5. ^"Boy George, Kelly Rowland filming The Voice remotely due to COVID-19". The Sydney Morning Herald. 8 June 2020. Retrieved 11 June 2020.
  6. ^"New Block button raises Coach competition to fever pitch". 3 May 2020.
  7. ^"Episode 10 recap: Chaos reigns as amazing artists are left wanting and rules are blatantly broken". 15 June 2020.
  8. ^"Exclusive: Introducing Goldi, The Voice's newest act". 6 July 2020.
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