The Voice (U.S. season 4)

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The Voice
Season 4
Broadcast from March 25, 2013 – June 18, 2013
Judges Adam Levine
Blake Shelton
Usher
Shakira
Host(s) Carson Daly
Christina Milian (social media)
Broadcaster NBC
Winner:
Danielle Bradbery
Origin Cypress, Texas
Song "Born to Fly"
Genre(s) Country
Runner-up
Michelle Chamuel
Chronology
2013 (Spring)

The fourth season of the American reality talent show The Voice premiered on March 25, 2013 on NBC. The coaches for this season were Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher and Shakira. The team sizes were trimmed back down to 12 per team (season two's team size), with each coach having two 'steals' in the Battle Rounds.

Sixteen year old, Danielle Bradbery, the youngest artist in the competition, was declared the season's winner, making Blake Shelton, the winning coach three times in a row.[1]

Auditions, coaches and hosts[edit]

The coaches of The Voice – season four

Auditions were held from January 12 to February 17, 2013 in Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Houston and New York City.

Carson Daly hosted for a fourth consecutive season, while Christina Millian returned for her third season as social media correspondent. The judges' line-up saw a change for the first time since the inception of the show. Joining coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton was Usher and Shakira. Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera were substituted in order to focus on their music careers. However, Green and Aguilera will be returning in the following season.[2] In addition, the teams have been reduced from sixteen members to twelve, back to the original team size.

This season's advisers for the battle rounds were Hillary Scott (lead singer of Lady Antebellum), Sheryl Crow, Pharrell Williams and Joel Madden (lead singer of Good Charlotte and coach on The Voice Australia) as advisers of Levine, Shelton, Usher and Shakira teams respectively. All advisers except Madden returned to coach on their respective teams during week 3 of the live shows, so Shakira brought in Green to help coach her team.

Teams[edit]

Color key
Coaches Top 48 artists
Adam Levine
Amber Carrington Sarah Simmons Judith Hill Caroline Glaser Warren Stone
Orlando Dixon Amy Whitcomb Midas Whale Agina Alvarez Duncan Kamakana
Patrick Dodd Michael Austin Karina Iglesias Sasha Allen
Usher
Michelle Chamuel Josiah Hawley VEDO Cáthia Ryan Innes
C. Perkins Audrey Karrasch Jess Kellner Chelsea M Orlando Dixon
Jessica Childress Jamila Thompson Jeff Lewis Taylor Beckham
Shakira
Sasha Allen Kris Thomas Garrett Gardner Karina Iglesias Shawna P
Monique Abbadie Mary Miranda Tawnya Reynolds Cáthia Brandon Roush
C. Perkins Luke Edgemon Mark Andrew J'Sun
Blake Shelton
Danielle Bradbery The Swon Brothers Holly Tucker Justin Rivers Grace Askew
Taylor Beckham Luke Edgemon Savannah Berry The Morgan Twins Jacqui Sandell
Caroline Glaser Trevor Davis Christian Porter Michelle Raitzin
Stolen contestants are italicized.

Blind auditions[edit]

Color key:

   Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to this coach's team
     Artist elected to join this coach's team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing his or her "I WANT YOU" button

Episode 1 (March 25)[edit]

The season's two-hour premiere aired on Monday, March 25, 2013. The coaches performed a cover of "Come Together" at the start of the show.[3]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
Adam Shakira Usher Blake
1 The Morgan Twins 29 Rochester, NY "Fallin'"
2 Jess Kellner 21 Austin, TX "Can't Help Falling in Love"
3 Mark Andrew 27 Eden Prairie, MN "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"
4 Janetza Miranda 25 Newark, NJ "Titanium"
5 Danielle Bradbery 16 Cypress, TX "Mean"
6 VEDO 19 Atlanta, Georgia "Boyfriend"
7 Christian Porter 20 Stroudsburg, PA "Sexy and I Know It"
8 Nicole Serrano N/A NY/Minneapolis, MN "E.T"
9 James Shealy N/A Atlanta, Georgia "Not Over You"
10 Hunter Elizabeth N/A Boulder, MT/Los Angeles, CA "Mercy"
11 Leah Lewis 15 Shanghai, China/Orlando, FL "Blown Away"
12 Kris Thomas 27 Memphis, TN "Saving All My Love for You"
13 James Irwin 30 St. James, MO "The Man Who Can't Be Moved"
14 Judith Hill 29 Los Angeles, CA "What a Girl Wants"

Episode 2 (March 26)[edit]

The second episode aired for one hour on Tuesday, March 26, 2013.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
Adam Shakira Usher Blake
1 Tawnya Reynolds 32 Ruidoso, NM/Nashville, TN "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"
2 Josiah Hawley 27 Fort Smith, AR "Sunday Morning"
3 Midas Whale
(Jon Peter Lewis & Ryan Hayes)
32 & 26 Rexburg, ID "Folsom Prison Blues"
4 Abraham McDonald 35 Los Angeles, CA "Best Thing I Never Had"
5 Cáthia 19 New York, NY "No Me Doy por Vencido"
6 Sarah Simmons 22 Birmingham, AL/Memphis, TN "One of Us"

Episode 3 (April 1)[edit]

The third episode aired for two hours on Monday, April 1, 2013.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
Adam Shakira Usher Blake
1 The Swon Brothers 24 & 27 Muskogee, OK "American Girl"
2 Taylor Beckham 17 Dallas, TX "I'm Going Down"
3 Sam Alves 24 Fortaleza, Brazil "Feeling Good"
4 Karina Iglesias 35 Miami, FL "I'm the Only One"
5 Garrett Gardner 17 Ringwood, NJ "Seven Nation Army"
6 J'Sun 26 Brooklyn, NY "For the First Time"
7 Duncan Kamakana 25 Oahu, HI "Home"
8 Chelsea M (Chelsea Mohindroo) 20 Springfield, VA "Take a Bow"
9 Holly Tucker 19 Waco, TX "Make You Feel My Love"
10 Sonika Vaid N/A Weston, MA "Give Your Heart a Break"
11 Shane Simon N/A West Hollywood, CA "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me"
12 JoiStarr N/A Los Angeles, CA "Wide Awake"
13 Landon Medvec N/A Rosemount, MN "You Give Me Something"
14 Michelle Chamuel 26 Amherst, MA "I Kissed a Girl"
15 Julie Roberts 33 Nashville, TN "God Gave Me You"
16 Monique Abbadie 20 Miami, FL "Loca"
17 Warren Stone 31 Hannah, SC "Colder Weather"

Episode 4 (April 2)[edit]

The fourth episode aired for one hour on Tuesday, April 2, 2013.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
Adam Shakira Usher Blake
1 Audrey Karrasch 20 Reno, NV "Price Tag"
2 Brandon Roush 19 Louisville, KY "With a Little Help From My Friends"
3 Betsy Barta 22 Minneapolis, MN "Set Fire to the Rain"
4 Jewl Anguay N/A Kaneohe, HI "Battlefield"
5 Ginette Claudette 19 Queens, NY "No One"
6 Chris Johnson N/A N/A "I Won't Back Down"
7 Patrick Dodd 35 Memphis, TN "Walking in Memphis"
8 Trevor Davis 32 San Diego, CA "Keep Your Head Up"
9 C. Perkins 19 New Orleans, LA "Because of You"
10 Agina Alvarez 23 Burbank, CA "Beautiful Liar"
11 Orlando Dixon 24 Washington DC "So Sick"
12 Savannah Berry 17 Houston, TX "Safe & Sound"

Episode 5 (April 8)[edit]

The fifth episode aired for two hours on Monday, April 8, 2013.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
Adam Shakira Usher Blake
1 Jeff Lewis 28 Dallas, TX "U Got It Bad"
2 Shawna P 45 Orange Beach, AL "She Talks to Angels"
3 Caroline Glaser 18 Chesterfield, MO "Tiny Dancer"
4 Cameron 24 Wayland, IA "As Long as You Love Me"
5 Michael Austin 43 Norco, CA "Somebody Like You"
6 Sasha Allen 30 New York, NY "Not Ready to Make Nice"
7 Matt Cermanski 19 Phoenixville, PA "Teenage Dream"
8 Jamila Thompson 21 Atlanta, GA "Halo"
9 Amy Whitcomb 24 Longwood, FL "Because of You"
10 Justin Rivers 28 Bowling Green, KY "Summertime"
11 Michelle Raitzin 20 Great Neck, NY "Bless the Broken Road"
12 Mary Miranda 17 Havana, Cuba/Albuquerque, NM "Como La Flor"
13 Grace Askew 26 Memphis, TN "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"
14 Jane Smith 18 Cincinnati, OH "You've Got the Love"
15 Greylan James N/A Knoxville, TN "Wanted"
16 Dakota O'Driscoll 15 Tyngsborough, MA "Fifteen"
17 Brandon Diaz 16 Ashburn, Virginia "Fine By Me"
18 Ryan Innes 31 Provo, UT "Gravity"

Episode 6 (April 9)[edit]

The sixth episode aired for one hour on Tuesday, April 9, 2013.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and contestant's choices
Adam Shakira Usher Blake
1 Mark Lennon 48 Venice Beach, CA "Come Together"
2 Jacqui Sandell 24 Oakland, NJ "Dreams"
3 Amber Carrington 19 Rockwall, TX "Good Girl" N/A
4 Dustin Hatzenbuhler 24 Apple Valley, MN "Haven't Met You Yet" N/A N/A
5 Luke Edgemon 24 Fayetteville, NC "I Can't Make You Love Me" N/A N/A
6 Jessica Childress 26 Lancaster, CA "Marry You" N/A N/A N/A

The Battle rounds[edit]

The battle rounds were broadcast from Monday, April 15, 2013 to Tuesday, April 23, 2013[4] The 'Steals' (adopted in season 3) have been retained. Six battles (or the outcomes thereof) were included in each episode of the Battle Rounds. For this season's advisers, Adam Levine has picked Hillary Scott for Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton has chosen Sheryl Crow, Shakira is assisted by Joel Madden and Usher by Pharrell Williams.

Color key:

       Artist won the Battle and advances to the Knockouts
       Artist lost the Battle but was stolen by another coach and advances to the Knockouts
       Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated
Episode Coach Order Winner Song Loser 'Steal' result
Adam Usher Shakira Blake
Episode 7 Adam Levine 1 Amber Carrington "Try" Sasha Allen N/A
Shakira 2 Garrett Gardner "How You Like Me Now?" J'Sun N/A
Blake Shelton 3 Holly Tucker "Blown Away" Michelle Raitzin N/A
Usher 4 Jess Kellner "You Know I'm No Good" Taylor Beckham N/A
Blake Shelton 5 The Swon Brothers "I Won't Back Down" Christian Porter N/A
Adam Levine 6 Judith Hill "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" Karina Iglesias N/A
Episode 8 Adam Levine 1 Warren Stone "My Kinda Party" Michael Austin N/A N/A
Usher 2 Josiah Hawley "Roxanne" Jeff Lewis N/A N/A
Blake Shelton 3 Grace Askew "Me and Bobby McGee" Trevor Davis N/A N/A
Usher 4 Audrey Karrasch "If I Were a Boy" Jamila Thompson N/A N/A
Shakira 5 Tawnya Reynolds "The Chain" Mark Andrew N/A
Blake Shelton 6 Danielle Bradbery "Put Your Records On" Caroline Glaser N/A N/A
Episode 9 Usher 1 VEDO "Locked Out of Heaven" Jessica Childress N/A N/A
Shakira 2 Monique Abbadie "You and I" Luke Edgemon N/A
Blake Shelton 3 Savannah Berry "Little White Church" Jacqui Sandell N/A N/A
Shakira 4 Kris Thomas "It Will Rain" C. Perkins N/A N/A
Adam Levine 5 Midas Whale "Burning Love" Patrick Dodd N/A N/A
Usher 6 Ryan Innes "Ain't No Sunshine" Orlando Dixon N/A N/A N/A
Episode 10 Shakira 1 Shawna P "Piece of My Heart" Brandon Roush N/A N/A N/A
Adam Levine 2 Sarah Simmons "Wanted You More" Duncan Kamakana N/A N/A N/A
Usher 3 Michelle Chamuel "Titanium" Chelsea M N/A N/A N/A N/A
Adam Levine 4 Amy Whitcomb "Heartbreaker" Agina Alvarez N/A N/A N/A
Blake Shelton 5 Justin Rivers "Easy" The Morgan Twins N/A N/A N/A
Shakira 6 Mary Miranda "Antes de las Seis" Cáthia N/A N/A N/A

The Knockouts[edit]

The Knockout rounds aired on Monday, April 29, 2013 and Tuesday, April 30, 2013.

Color key:

       Artist won the Knockouts and advances to the Live shows
       Artist lost the Knockouts and was eliminated
Episode & Date Coach Order Song Artists Song
Episode 11
(April 29)
Adam Levine 1 "I'm with You" Amber Carrington Midas Whale "Higher Ground"
Shakira 2 "Too Close" Garrett Gardner Tawnya Reynolds "Hell on Heels"
Adam Levine 3 "The House of the Rising Sun" Amy Whitcomb Caroline Glaser "Little Talks"
Shakira 4 "What a Wonderful World" Kris Thomas Mary Miranda "Every Breath You Take"
Adam Levine 5 "Always on My Mind" Judith Hill Orlando Dixon "All My Life"
Shakira 6 "Are You Gonna Go My Way" Karina Iglesias Monique Abbadie "The Power of Love"
Adam Levine 7 "Died in Your Arms" Warren Stone Sarah Simmons "Wild Horses"
Shakira 8 "At Last" Sasha Allen Shawna P "Maybe I'm Amazed"
Episode 12
(April 30)
Blake Shelton 1 "As Long As You Love Me" Savannah Berry Justin Rivers "The Climb"
Usher 2 "Back to Black" Josiah Hawley Jess Kellner "You Give Me Something"
Blake Shelton 3 "Live Like You Were Dying" Holly Tucker Luke Edgemon "Teenage Dream"
Usher 4 "How to Love" Audrey Karrasch Michelle Chamuel "Raise Your Glass"
Blake Shelton 5 Jesus, Take the Wheel" Danielle Bradbery Taylor Beckham "Russian Roulette"
Usher 6 "She Ain't You" C. Perkins VEDO "I Do It for You"
Blake Shelton 7 "I Can't Stand the Rain" Grace Askew The Swon Brothers "Drift Away"
Usher 8 "Mr. Know It All" Cáthia Ryan Innes "I Don't Want to Be"

Live shows[edit]

Prior to the start of the Live shows, a special episode called The Road to the Live Shows was aired for one hour on Wednesday, May 1, 2013, recapping some of the best moments of the blind auditions, battle rounds and knockout rounds.[5]

Color key:

       Artist was saved by Public's vote
       Artist was saved by his/her coach
       Artist's iTunes vote multiplied by 10 after his/her studio version of the song reached iTunes top 10[6]
       Artist was eliminated

Week 1: Live playoffs (May 6, 7, & 8)[edit]

The live playoffs aired from Monday, May 6, 2013 through Wednesday, May 8, 2013.[4][7] Contestants were asked to sing a stripped down version of a song in order to concentrate on the voice. The Monday edition featured Teams Adam and Usher, while Tuesday holds Teams Blake and Shakira. The Wednesday edition was the results show where one member from each team was eliminated. Special guests in the audience included Savannah Guthrie and Al Roker of The Today Show.

Date Order Coach Artist Song Result
May 6 1 Adam Levine Amber Carrington "Stay" Public's vote
2 Usher Josiah Hawley "Starlight" Usher's choice
3 Adam Levine Sarah Simmons "Angel" Adam's choice
4 Usher Cáthia "I Have Nothing" Eliminated
5 Adam Levine Caroline Glaser "The A Team" Eliminated
6 Usher VEDO "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" Public's vote
7 Usher Michelle Chamuel "True Colors" Public's vote
8 Adam Levine Judith Hill "Feeling Good" Public's vote
May 7 1 Shakira Garrett Gardner "Imagine" Shakira's choice
2 Blake Shelton Holly Tucker "How Do I Live" Public's vote
3 Shakira Kris Thomas "When I Was Your Man" Public's vote
4 Blake Shelton The Swon Brothers "Fishin' in the Dark" Blake's choice
5 Shakira Karina Iglesias "Let's Stay Together" Eliminated
6 Blake Shelton Justin Rivers "Meet in the Middle" Eliminated
7 Blake Shelton Danielle Bradbery "Maybe It Was Memphis" Public's vote
8 Shakira Sasha Allen "Oh! Darling" Public's vote
Non-competition performances
Order Performers Song
14.1 Team Usher (Cáthia, Josiah Hawley, Michelle Chamuel and VEDO) "Black and Gold"
14.2 Usher and Adam "Superstition"
14.3 Team Adam (Amber Carrington, Caroline Glaser, Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons) "Shake It Out"
15.1 Team Blake (Justin Rivers, Holly Tucker, The Swon Brothers, and Danielle Bradbery) "Boondocks"
15.2 Shakira & Blake "Need You Now"
15.3 Team Shakira (Garrett Gardner, Karina Iglesias, Kris Thomas, and Sasha Allen) "We Are the Champions"
16.1 Team Blake & Team Shakira "Hall of Fame"
16.2 Rod Stewart (with Garrett Gardner, Josiah Hawley, and Karina Iglesias) "Finest Woman", "Forever Young"
16.3 Cee Lo Green & Juliet Simms "Only You"
16.4 Team Adam & Team Usher "Don't You Worry Child"

Week 2 (May 13 & 14)[edit]

The Top 12 performed on Monday, May 13, 2013 and received the results on Tuesday, May 14, 2013.[4][7] Usher brought in his choreographer, Aakomon Jones, to help coach the artists on his team. During the performance episode's second hour, host Carson Daly mentioned in passing that the rules for iTunes voting have changed; to wit: while the previous season's iTunes top 10 voting bonus remains unchanged, only one download of an artist's eligible song per registered iTunes account during the designated voting window will count as a vote towards that week's results. The change was contemporaneously added to the "Vote Help" section of the show's NBC.com voting page.[8] He also mentioned that the iTunes bonus is only given to those in the Top 10 at the close of voting (10am EST).[9]

Order Coach Artist Song Result
1 Usher VEDO "Rock With You" Eliminated
2 Blake Shelton Holly Tucker "A Broken Wing" Public's vote
3 Shakira Garrett Gardner "I Want It That Way" Eliminated
4 Adam Levine Sarah Simmons "The Story" Public's vote
5 Blake Shelton The Swon Brothers "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" Public's vote
6 Shakira Sasha Allen "Alone" Public's vote
7 Usher Josiah Hawley "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" Public's vote
8 Blake Shelton Danielle Bradbery "Wasted" Public's vote
9 Adam Levine Judith Hill "You've Got A Friend" Public's vote
10 Usher Michelle Chamuel "Call Your Girlfriend" Public's vote
11 Shakira Kris Thomas "I'll Be There" Public's vote
12 Adam Levine Amber Carrington "I'm Gonna Love You Through It" Public's vote
Non-competition performances
Order Performers Song
18.1 Robin Thicke (feat. T.I. and Pharrell) "Blurred Lines"
18.2 Blake Shelton & his finalists (Danielle Bradbery, Holly Tucker, and The Swon Brothers) "Play Something Country"
18.3 Lady Antebellum "Goodbye Town"
18.4 Adam Levine & his finalists (Amber Carrington, Judith Hill, and Sarah Simmons) "Lovesong"

Week 3 (May 20 & 21)[edit]

The Top 10 performed for two hours on Monday, May 20, 2013, with results broadcast on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.[7] Advisers from the Battles (Sheryl Crow, Pharrell Williams and Hillary Scott from Lady Antebellum) return to coach on their respective teams. Cee Lo Green takes the place of Joel Madden due to Madden's prior commitments to The Voice Australia. Also, the results show was dedicated to the people who lost their lives from an EF5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Special guests in the audience included Michelle Rodriguez and Vin Diesel from Fast & Furious 6.

Order Coach Artist Song[6] Result
1 Blake Shelton Holly Tucker "How Great Thou Art" Public's vote
2 Adam Levine Judith Hill "The Way You Make Me Feel" Public's vote
3 Blake Shelton The Swon Brothers "How Country Feels" Public's vote
4 Adam Levine Amber Carrington "Breakaway" Public's vote
5 Shakira Sasha Allen "Next to Me" Public's vote
6 Usher Josiah Hawley "Clocks" Eliminated
7 Blake Shelton Danielle Bradbery "Heads Carolina, Tails California" Public's vote
8 Shakira Kris Thomas "Adorn" Eliminated
9 Adam Levine Sarah Simmons "Mamma Knows Best" Public's vote
10 Usher Michelle Chamuel "Just Give Me a Reason" Public's vote
Non-competition performances
Order Performers Song
19.1 Maroon 5 "Love Somebody"
20.1 Blake Shelton & Miranda Lambert "Over You"
20.2 Shakira & her finalists (Sasha Allen and Kris Thomas) "I'll Stand By You"
20.3 Team Blake (Danielle Bradbery, The Swon Brothers, and Holly Tucker) "Mountain Music"
20.4 Usher & his finalists (Michelle Chamuel and Josiah Hawley) "The Look of Love"
20.5 Team Adam (Amber Carrington, Judith Hill, and Sarah Simmons) "I've Got the Music in Me"

Week 4 (May 27 & 28)[edit]

The Top 8 performed on Monday, May 27, 2013 and received the results on Tuesday, May 28. A special look at the upcoming season of America's Got Talent was shown during air time of the results show. Danielle Bradbery only reached the iTunes top 10 after the close of voting, thus missing out on this week's iTunes bonus. The elimination of Sarah Simmons and Judith Hill was considered one of the most surprising in the history of the show. Both were considered frontrunners in the competition and were top contenders for the prize.[10]

Order Coach Artist Song[10] Result
1 Adam Levine Judith Hill "#thatPOWER" Eliminated
2 Blake Shelton Holly Tucker "Done" Public's vote
3 Blake Shelton The Swon Brothers "Seven Bridges Road" Public's vote
4 Shakira Sasha Allen "Without You" Public's vote
5 Adam Levine Sarah Simmons "Somebody That I Used to Know" Eliminated
6 Usher Michelle Chamuel "Grenade" Public's vote
7 Blake Shelton Danielle Bradbery "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Ol' Days)" Public's vote
8 Adam Levine Amber Carrington "Skyfall" Public's vote
Non-competition performances
Order Performers Song
21.1 Blake Shelton (featuring Gwen Sebastian) "Boys 'Round Here"
21.2 Judith Hill, Michelle Chamuel, Sarah Simmons, and Sasha Allen
"Diamonds"
21.3 Amber Carrington, Danielle Bradbery, Holly Tucker, and The Swon Brothers
"Something More"
22.1 Sheryl Crow (with The Swon Brothers, Holly Tucker and Danielle Bradbery) "Easy"
22.2 Judith Hill & Michelle Chamuel "Sweet Nothing"
22.3 Sasha Allen & The Swon Brothers "Don't You Wanna Stay"
22.4 Danielle Bradbery & Sarah Simmons "A Thousand Years"
22.5 Amber Carrington & Holly Tucker "Does He Love You"

Quarterfinals: week 5 (June 3 & 4)[edit]

The Top 6 performed two songs each on Monday, June 3, 2013 and received the results on Tuesday, June 4, 2013. Each contestant sang two songs, one of their choice, and one of the coach's choice. Only one contestant was eliminated this week instead of the usual two. Taylor Swift attended Michelle Chamuel's rehearsal for "I Knew You Were Trouble".[11] Amber Carrington had forgotten the lyrics to "I Remember You" during her performance, though it was not commented on by any of the coaches.[12]

Coach Artist Order Song (Coach's choice)[13] Order Song (Artist's choice)[13] Result
Blake Shelton Holly Tucker 1 "When God-Fearin' Women Get the Blues" 8 "My Wish" Eliminated
Usher Michelle Chamuel 2 "Somewhere Only We Know" 9 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Public's vote
Blake Shelton The Swon Brothers 7 "Okie from Muskogee" 3 "Wagon Wheel" Public's vote
Shakira Sasha Allen 12 "Before He Cheats" 4 "Ain't No Way" Public's vote
Blake Shelton Danielle Bradbery 5 "Shake the Sugar Tree" 11 "A Little Bit Stronger" Public's vote
Adam Levine Amber Carrington 6 "I Remember You" 10 "Crazy" Public's vote
Non-competition performances
Order Performers Song
24.1 Cassadee Pope "Wasting All These Tears"
24.2 Michelle Chamuel & Sasha Allen "Open Your Heart"
24.3 Holly Tucker & The Swon Brothers "Leave the Pieces"
24.4 Amber Carrington & Danielle Bradbery "Eternal Flame"

Semifinals: week 6 (June 10 & 11)[edit]

The Top 5 performed two songs each on Monday, June 10, 2013 and received the results on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 for a spot in the final three. One song is chosen by their coach, and the other is chosen by the contestant as a dedication to another. The Swon Brothers dedication was to their band members past and present, Sasha Allen's was to her children, Amber Carrington's was to her best friends, Danielle Bradbery's was to her parents and best friend, and Michelle Chamuel's was to her coach, Usher.[14]

With the eliminations of Sasha Allen and Amber Carrington, Adam Levine and Shakira no longer have any remaining artists on their teams. Note: Sasha and Amber were pit against each other in the battles, and the two were later eliminated together in the Top 5.

Coach Artist Order Song (Artist's choice)[15] Order Song (Coach's choice)[15] Result
Blake Shelton The Swon Brothers 1 "Turn the Page" 6 "Danny's Song" Public's vote
Shakira Sasha Allen 2 "I Will Always Love You" 7 "Bad Girls" Eliminated
Usher Michelle Chamuel 10 "Time After Time" 3 "Clarity" Public's vote
Blake Shelton Danielle Bradbery 8 "Who I Am" 4 "Please Remember Me" Public's vote
Adam Levine Amber Carrington 5 "Firework" 9 "Sad" Eliminated
Non-competition performances
Order Performers Song
25.1 Usher "Twisted"
26.1 Fall Out Boy (with Michelle Chamuel) "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark"
26.2 Nicholas David "Say Goodbye"
26.3 Tony Lucca "Never Going to Let You Go"
26.4 Top 5 finalists "Every Rose Has Its Thorn"
26.5 Terry McDermott "Pictures"

Finals: week 7 (June 17 & 18)[edit]

The Top 3 performed on Monday, June 17, 2013, with the announcement of the winner on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. This week, the contestants performed three times: a "defining moment" from a previous performance, a duet with their coach, and a solo.

Coach Artist Order Reprise song[16] Order Duet song[16] Duet with Order Solo song[16] Result
Blake Shelton Danielle Bradbery 7 "Maybe It Was Memphis" 3 "Timber, I'm Falling In Love" Blake Shelton 9 "Born to Fly" Winner
Usher Michelle Chamuel 2 "I Knew You Were Trouble" 8 "One" Usher 5 "Why" Runner-up
Blake Shelton The Swon Brothers 4 "Danny's Song" 6 "Celebrity" Blake Shelton 1 "I Can't Tell You Why" Third place
Non-competition performances
Order Performers Song
27.1 Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira, and Usher "With a Little Help from My Friends"
27.2 Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel, and The Swon Brothers (with remaining Top 16 finalists) "Home"
28.1 Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera "Feel This Moment"
28.2 The Swon Brothers (with Amber Carrington, Holly Tucker and Justin Rivers) "Stars Tonight"
28.3 Michelle Chamuel and OneRepublic "Counting Stars"
28.4 Florida Georgia Line ft. Nelly "Cruise"
28.5 Josiah Hawley, Kris Thomas, VEDO and Garrett Gardner (with Holly Tucker on the saxophone) "Ain't Too Proud To Beg"
28.6 Danielle Bradbery (with Amber Carrington, Sarah Simmons, Caroline Glaser) "All American Girl"
28.7 Bruno Mars "Treasure"
28.8 The Swon Brothers and Bob Seger "Night Moves"
28.9 Karina Iglesias, Cathia, Sasha Allen and Judith Hill "My Lovin'"
28.10 Danielle Bradbery and Hunter Hayes "I Want Crazy"
28.11 Michelle Chamuel (with Josiah Hawley, VEDO and Cathia) "We Can Work It Out"
28.12 Cher "Woman's World"

Results summary of live shows[edit]

Overall[edit]

Color key:

Artist's info
Result details
Live show results per week
Artist Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finals
Danielle Bradbery Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Michelle Chamuel Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
The Swon Brothers Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Third place
Amber Carrington Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 6)
Sasha Allen Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Holly Tucker Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Sarah Simmons Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 4)
Judith Hill Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Josiah Hawley Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 3)
Kris Thomas Safe Safe Eliminated
Garrett Gardner Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 2)
VEDO Safe Eliminated
Cáthia Eliminated Eliminated (Week 1)
Caroline Glaser Eliminated
Justin Rivers Eliminated
Karina Iglesias Eliminated

Team[edit]

Color key:

Artist's info
Result details
Artist Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finals
Amber Carrington Public's choice Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Eliminated Check mark.svg
Sarah Simmons Coach's choice Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Judith Hill Public's choice Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Caroline Glaser Eliminated
Sasha Allen Public's choice Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Kris Thomas Public's choice Advanced Eliminated
Garrett Gardner Coach's choice Eliminated
Karina Iglesias Eliminated
Michelle Chamuel Public's choice Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Check mark.svg Advanced Runner-up Check mark.svgCheck mark.svg
Josiah Hawley Coach's choice Advanced Eliminated
VEDO Public's choice Eliminated
Cáthia Eliminated
Danielle Bradbery Public's choice Advanced Advanced Check mark.svg Advanced Advanced Advanced Check mark.svgCheck mark.svg Winner Check mark.svgCheck mark.svg
The Swon Brothers Coach's choice Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Check mark.svgCheck mark.svg Third Place Check mark.svgCheck mark.svg
Holly Tucker Public's choice Advanced Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Justin Rivers Eliminated

Performances by guests/coaches[edit]

Episode show segment Performer(s) Title Hot 100 reaction Hot Digital
Songs reaction
Performance type
16
Live Playoff Results Rod Stewart "Finest Woman" did not chart did not chart live performance
Rod Stewart (with Garrett Gardner, Josiah Hawley, and Karina Iglesias) "Forever Young" did not chart did not chart live performance
Cee Lo Green ft. Juliet Simms "Only You" did not chart did not chart live performance
18
Top 12 Results Robin Thicke ft. T.I. and Pharrell (backed by Kris Thomas and VEDO) "Blurred Lines" 12 (+42)[17] 2 (+21)[18] live performance
Lady Antebellum (with Judith Hill, Sarah Simmons and Amber Carrington) "Goodbye Town" did not chart did not chart live performance
19
Top 10 Perform Live Maroon 5 "Love Somebody" 54 (debut)[19] 27 (debut)[20] live performance & music video teaser
21
Top 8 Perform Live Blake Shelton ft. Gwen Sebastian "Boys 'Round Here" 13 (+3)[21] 9 (+2)[22] live performance
22
Top 8 Results Sheryl Crow (with Danielle Bradbery, Holly Tucker and The Swon Brothers) "Easy" 106 (+19)[23] did not chart live performance
24
Top 6 Results Cassadee Pope "Wasting All These Tears" 37 (debut)[24] 10 (debut)[24] live performance
25
Live Semifinal Performances Usher "Twisted" did not chart did not chart live performance
26
Semifinals, Live Results Fall Out Boy (with Michelle Chamuel) "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)" 13 (+6)[25] 10 (+8)[26] live performance
Nicholas David "Say Goodbye" did not chart did not chart live performance
Tony Lucca "Never Going to Let You Go" did not chart did not chart live performance
Terry McDermott "Pictures" did not chart did not chart live performance
28
Finals, Live Results Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera "Feel This Moment" 31 (+3)[27] 32 (+21)[28] live performance
OneRepublic (with Michelle Chamuel) "Counting Stars" 32 (debut)[27] 11 (re-entry)[28] live performance (duet)
Florida Georgia Line ft. Nelly "Cruise" 4 (+2)[29] 2 (+1)[29] live performance
Bruno Mars "Treasure" 8 (+3)[29] 5 (+7)[29] pre-recorded performance[30]
Bob Seger (with The Swon Brothers) "Night Moves" did not chart did not chart live performance (duet)
Hunter Hayes (with Danielle Bradbery) "I Want Crazy" 19 (+12)[27] 12 (+17)[28] live performance (duet)
Cher "Woman's World" 125 (debut)[31] did not chart live performance

Television ratings[edit]

Season four premiered on March 25, 2013 and was watched by 13.64 million viewers with a 4.8 rating in the 18–49 demographic. It was up from the previous season's premiere by 1.36 million viewers (11%).[32]

# Episode Original airdate Production Timeslot (ET) Viewers
(millions)
Rating/Share
(adults 18–49)
1 "The Blind Auditions Premiere" March 25, 2013 (2013-03-25) 401 Monday 8:00pm 13.64[33] 4.8/13
2 "The Blind Auditions, Part 2" March 26, 2013 (2013-03-26) 402 Tuesday 8:00pm 12.41[34] 4.1/12
3 "The Blind Auditions, Part 3" April 1, 2013 (2013-04-01) 403 Monday 8:00pm 13.31[35] 4.7/13
4 "The Blind Auditions, Part 4" April 2, 2013 (2013-04-02) 404 Tuesday 8:00pm 13.93[36] 4.5/14
5 "The Blind Auditions, Part 5" April 8, 2013 (2013-04-08) 405 Monday 8:00pm 14.03[37] 5.0/14
6 "The Blind Auditions, Part 6" April 9, 2013 (2013-04-09) 406 Tuesday 8:00pm 13.31[38] 4.4/13
7 "The Battles, Part 1" April 15, 2013 (2013-04-15) 407 Monday 8:00pm 14.45[39] 5.2/14
8 "The Battles, Part 2" April 16, 2013 (2013-04-16) 408 Tuesday 8:00pm 14.16[40] 4.6/15
9 "The Battles, Part 3" April 22, 2013 (2013-04-22) 409 Monday 8:00pm 14.15[41] 4.9/13
10 "The Battles, Part 4" April 23, 2013 (2013-04-23) 410 Tuesday 8:00pm 12.78[42] 4.1/12
11 "The Knockouts, Part 1" April 29, 2013 (2013-04-29) 411 Monday 8:00pm 12.67[43] 4.3/12
12 "The Knockouts, Part 2" April 30, 2013 (2013-04-30) 412 Tuesday 8:00pm 11.84[44] 3.9/11
13 "The Road to the Live Shows" May 1, 2013 (2013-05-01) 413 Wednesday 8:00pm 5.75[45] 1.7/5
14 "The Live Playoffs, Part 1" May 6, 2013 (2013-05-06) 414 Monday 8:00pm 12.15[46] 4.1/11
15 "The Live Playoffs, Part 2" May 7, 2013 (2013-05-07) 415 Tuesday 8:00pm 11.35[47] 3.7/11
16 "The Live Playoffs, Results" May 8, 2013 (2013-05-08) 416 Wednesday 8:00pm 8.92[48] 2.8/8
17 "Live Top 12 Performances" May 13, 2013 (2013-05-13) 417 Monday 8:00pm 11.29[49] 3.8/10
18 "Recap: Live Top 12 Performances" May 14, 2013 (2013-05-14) N/A Tuesday 8:00pm 6.68[50] 2.0/6
19 "Live Eliminations" May 14, 2013 (2013-05-14) 418 Tuesday 9:00pm 10.47[50] 3.5/10
20 "Live Top 10 Performances" May 20, 2013 (2013-05-20) 419 Monday 8:00pm 10.81[51] 3.5/10
21 "Live Eliminations" May 21, 2013 (2013-05-21) 420 Tuesday 9:00 pm 10.18[52] 3.2/9
22 "Live Top 8 Performances" May 27, 2013 (2013-05-27) 421 Monday 8:00pm 11.00[53] 3.2/9
23 "Recap: Live Top 8 Performances" May 28, 2013 (2013-05-28) N/A Tuesday 8:00pm 6.38[54] 1.7/5
24 "Live Eliminations" May 28, 2013 (2013-05-28) 422 Tuesday 9:00 pm 10.81[54] 3.2/8
25 "The Top 6 Performances" June 3, 2013 (2013-06-03) 423 Monday 8:00pm 11.29[55] 3.3/9
26 "Live Eliminations" June 4, 2013 (2013-06-04) 424 Tuesday 9:00pm 10.87[56] 3.1/11
27 "The Top 5 Performances" June 10, 2013 (2013-06-10) 425 Monday 8:00pm 11.85[57] 3.3/10
28 "Live Eliminations" June 11, 2013 (2013-06-11) 426 Tuesday 9:00pm 10.66[58] 2.9/10
29 "The Top 3 Performances" June 17, 2013 (2013-06-17) 427 Monday 8:00pm 12.68[59] 3.7/11
30 "Finale" June 18, 2013 (2013-06-18) 428 Tuesday 9:00pm 15.59[60] 4.4/12

Controversies[edit]

Voting controversy[edit]

At the beginning of the results show for The Live Playoffs, Carson Daly announced that "inconsistencies" were found in the voting, so votes cast via text-messaging and online would be excluded from the vote count to ensure fairness.[61][62] Daly brought Jason George, CEO of Telescope, the company that manages the show’s voting system, on stage to stress that the exclusion would not have affected the results either way.[62][63] Reported issues were that voting had closed on the Facebook app and website at 11.30 pm PST (an hour and a half after the show's West Coast airing) when it should have ended at 10 am EST the next day,[63] which may have been a result of too many users voting at the same time.[64]

Adam Levine comment[edit]

Upon seeing that his team members Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons had not been saved, coach Adam Levine said, "I hate this country," right before the top 8 results were announced.[65] This brought some angry responses on his Twitter page.[66] He then sent a series of Tweets with dictionary definitions of the words "joke," "humorless," "lighthearted," and "misunderstand" to state that it was merely a "heat of the moment" reaction.[66][67] Levine later provided an explanation: "Last night’s elimination of Judith and Sarah was confusing and downright emotional for me, and my comments were made based on my personal dissatisfaction with the results."[68]

Contestants' appearances on other talent shows[edit]

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