The Voice (American season 16)

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The Voice
Season 16
Broadcast fromFebruary 25 –
May 21, 2019
Coaches
Host(s)Carson Daly
BroadcasterNBC
Winner
Maelyn Jarmon
OriginFrisco, Texas
Song"Wait For You"
Genre(s)Pop, Indie, Alternative, Folk
CoachJohn Legend
Runner-up
Gyth Rigdon
Chronology

The sixteenth season of the American reality television show The Voice premiered on February 25, 2019, on NBC. Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, and Blake Shelton returning as coaches previous season. John Legend was a new coach, replacing Jennifer Hudson who last coached in previous season. For the second time, the show featured a fifth coach, Bebe Rexha, who selected contestants to participate in The Comeback Stage.

Maelyn Jarmon was named winner of this season, marking Legend's first win as a coach, and marking the second time that a new coach was declared the winner.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

On September 13, 2018, John Legend was confirmed to be a new coach, alongside Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson. Carson Daly returned for his sixteenth season as host. This is John Legend's second appearance he was appeared on Team Adam's battle advisor on twelveth season.

The Block and the Save, added in season 14, returned for a third season.

The Knockouts were replaced by a new round called the Live Cross Battles.

Also new this season, trios were allowed onto the show.

This season's advisors for the Battle Rounds are Charlie Puth (who previously appeared in the eleventh season in the series as an advisor) for Team Adam, Kelsea Ballerini (who was the coach for last season's "Comeback Stage") for Team Kelly, Khalid for Team John Legend, and Brooks & Dunn for Team Blake.[1][2][3]

Teams[edit]

Coaches Top 54 artists
Adam Levine
LB Crew Mari Betsy Ade Domenic Haynes Kalvin Jarvis
LB Crew Kendra Checketts Celia Babini Rod Stokes Andrew Jannakos
Ciera Dumas Jimmy Mowery Karly Moreno Patrick McAloon Anthony Ortiz
Trey Rose
John Legend
Maelyn Jarmon Shawn Sounds Celia Babini Jacob Maxwell Jimmy Mowery
Lisa Ramey Julian King Beth Griffith-Manley Kayslin Victoria Savannah Brister
Oliv Blu Betsy Ade Matthew Johnson Talon Cardon Denton Arnell
Kelly Clarkson
Rod Stokes Jej Vinson Rebecca Howell Matthew Johnson Abby Kasch
Presley Tennant Betsy Ade The Bundys Karen Galera David Owens
Beth Griffith-Manley Alena D'Amico Jackson Marlow Rizzi Myers Mikaela Astel
Blake Shelton
Gyth Rigdon Dexter Roberts Andrew Sevener Kim Cherry Carter Lloyd Horne
Oliv Blu Kendra Checketts Selkii Karly Moreno Kendra Checketts
Rod Stokes LiLi Joy Cecily Hennigan Hannah Kay Dalton Dover
Bebe Rexha
LB Crew Kanard Thomas Ciera Dumas Savannah Brister David Owens
Kayla Seeber Nathan & Chesi Crystal Rose J.T. Rodriguez Klea Olson
Note: Italicized names are stolen artists (names struck through within former teams). Underlined names are artists who were saved by their coach in the Live Cross Battles and advanced to the Live Playoffs. The Grey names are eliminated artists selected to participate in The Comeback Stage and the Bold name is its winner who joined another team of their choosing (name struck through within former team).

Blind auditions[edit]

Color key
   Coach pressed "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to a coach's team
     Artist elected a coach's team
     Artist was eliminated and was not invited back for "The Comeback Stage"
     Artist was eliminated, but got a second chance to compete in "The Comeback Stage"
  Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Adam 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 Kelly from getting the artist
  Coach pressed the "I WANT YOU" button, but was blocked by Blake from getting the artist

Episode 1 (Feb. 25)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam John Kelly Blake
1 Gyth Rigdon 24 Singer, Louisiana "Drift Away"   
2 Maelyn Jarmon 26 Frisco, Texas "Fields of Gold"         
3 Karen Galera 19 Dallas, Texas "Mi Corazoncito"   
4 Trey Rose 27 Hugo, Oklahoma "Wake Me Up"   
5 Kim Cherry 30 Niceville, Florida "No Scrubs"   
6 AJ Ryan 30 Brooklyn, New York "Love Runs Out"
7 Rizzi Myers 29 Nashville, Tennessee "Breathin"   
8 Lisa Ramey 33 New York, New York "Sex on Fire"
9 Jimmy Mowery 31 Altoona, Pennsylvania "Attention"   
10 LiLi Joy 15 Chino Hills, California "Cool"
11 Nathan & Chesi 27-28 Paintsville, Kentucky "Waymore's Blues"
12 Matthew Johnson 26 Jacksonville, Florida "I Smile"         

Episode 2 (Feb. 26)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam John Kelly Blake
1 Domenic Haynes 18 Tampa, Florida "River"   
2 Savannah Brister 17 Memphis, Tennessee "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing"   
3 The Bundys
(Megan, Katey, and Ryan)
25-31 Cincinnati, Ohio "Closer to Fine"   
4 Klea Olson 20 Layton, Utah "No Roots"
5 Hannah Kay 18 Magnolia, Texas "Coal Miner's Daughter"   
6 Julian King 25 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania "All Time Low"

Episode 3 (March 4)[edit]

This episode is dedicated in memory of Season 13 contestant Janice Freeman who died[4] two days before this episode aired.

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam John Kelly Blake
1 Jacob Maxwell 20 Coeur d'Alene, Idaho "Delicate"   
2 Karly Moreno 23 Mission Viejo, California "Starving"
3 Luna Searles 37 Atlanta, Georgia "Nutbush City Limits"
4 Carter Lloyd Horne 19 Marietta, Georgia "Drinkin' Problem"   
5 Talon Cardon 18 Pleasant Grove, Utah "Say You Won't Let Go"
6 Patrick McAloon 40 Barrington, Rhode Island "Runaway Train"      
7 Ruby McAloon 16 Barrington, Rhode Island "Back to You"
8 Alena D’Amico 27 Shelby Charter Township, Michigan "In My Blood"   
9 Kanard Thomas 28 Jacksonville, Florida "Riding With the King"
10 Dexter Roberts 27 Fayette, Alabama "Like a Cowboy"         
11 Jej Vinson 22 Davao City, Philippines "Passionfruit"         

Episode 4 (March 5)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam John Kelly Blake
1 Betsy Ade 40 Kenosha, Wisconsin "Hunger"   
2 Dalton Dover 20 Aragon, Georgia "Don't Close Your Eyes"
3 Rebecca Howell 18 Cochran, Georgia "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia"      
4 Kendra Checketts 19 San Diego, California "Sober"
5 J.T. Rodriguez 28 Chattanooga, Tennessee "Higher Love"
6 LB Crew 29 Little Rock, Arkansas "Waves"         

Episode 5 (March 11)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam John Kelly Blake
1 Beth Griffith-Manley 46 Detroit, Michigan "Until You Come Back to Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do)"   
2 Selkii 31 Durban, South Africa "I Try"   
3 Jae Jin 33 Baltimore, Maryland "Hallelujah I Love Her So"
4 Denton Arnell 32 Chicago, Illinois "Hold On, We're Going Home"
5 Ciera Dumas 21 Kernersville, North Carolina "Tell Me You Love Me"   
6 Andrew Sevener 22 Alvarado, Texas "Honky Tonk Women"
7 Mari 20 Clermont, Florida "Boo'd Up"      
8 Crystal Rose 26 Kansas City, Missouri "Wicked Game"
9 Abby Kasch 20 Palos Park, Illinois "Here for the Party"   
10 Mikaela Astel 14 Queens, New York "Electric Love"   
11 Anthony Ortiz 20 Tampa, Florida "What Makes You Beautiful"
12 Oliv Blu 20 Flossmoor, Illinois "On & On"
13 Kayla Seeber 18 Poplar Grove, Illinois "...Baby One More Time"
14 Shawn Sounds 33 Houston, Texas "All My Life"         

Episode 6 (March 18)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Adam John Kelly Blake
1 Celia Babini 17 New York, New York "Idontwannabeyouanymore"         
2 Cecily Hennigan 16 Conway, South Carolina "Foolish Games"
3 Kalvin Jarvis 29 Tucson, Arizona "A Good Night"   
4 Ava August 13 Laguna Niguel, California "The House of the Rising Sun"
5 David Owens 24 Indianapolis, Indiana "I Can't Make You Love Me"
6 Presley Tennant 16 Norco, California "Stone Cold"
7 Rod Stokes 35 Moss Point, Mississippi "To Love Somebody"      
8 Calista Garcia 17 Arlington, Virginia "Wishing Well" Team full
9 Andrew Jannakos 25 Flowery Branch, Georgia "Beautiful Crazy"   
10 Kayslin Victoria 16 Clermont, Florida "Feel It Still" Team full   
11 Maddi Fraser 24 La Canada Flintridge, California "Get It While You Can" Team full
12 Jackson Marlow 18 Rogersville, Alabama "Troubadour"

Episode 7 (March 20)[edit]

This episode, titled "The Best of The Blind Auditions," featured the Blind Auditions this season.

The Battles[edit]

The Battle Rounds started on March 25. Season sixteen's advisors include: Charlie Puth for Team Adam, Khalid for Team John, Kelsea Ballerini for Team Kelly, and Brooks & Dunn for Team Blake.[5] The coaches can steal two losing artists from other coaches. Contestants who win their battle or are stolen by another coach will advance to the new Live Cross Battles, replacing the Knockout Rounds.[6] Three eliminated artists will be chosen by Bebe Rexha and have the opportunity to compete in "The Comeback Stage".

Color key:

       Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Live Cross Battles
       Artist lost the Battle but was stolen by another coach and advanced to Live Cross Battles
       Artist lost the Battle but got a second chance to compete in "The Comeback Stage"
       Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated
Episode Coach Order Winner Song Loser 'Steal' Result
Adam John Kelly Blake
Episode 8
(Monday, March 25, 2019)
John Legend 1 Shawn Sounds "Never Too Much" Matthew Johnson N/A
Kelly Clarkson 2 The Bundys "Songbird" Mikaela Astel N/A
Blake Shelton 3 Gyth Rigdon "Drunk Me" Rod Stokes N/A
Adam Levine 4 Domenic Haynes "I Need a Dollar" Trey Rose N/A
John Legend 5 Maelyn Jarmon "When We Were Young" Savannah Brister N/A
Kelly Clarkson 6 Jej Vinson "Jealous" Beth Griffith-Manley N/A
Episode 9
(Monday, April 1, 2019)
Adam Levine 1 Celia Babini "FRIENDS" Karly Moreno N/A
John Legend 2 Julian King "Grenade" Denton Arnell N/A
Kelly Clarkson 3 Presley Tennant "Whataya Want from Me" Rizzi Myers N/A
Blake Shelton 4 Dexter Roberts "Hurricane" Dalton Dover N/A
Adam Levine 5 LB Crew "Done For Me" Ciera Dumas N/A
Blake Shelton 6 Kim Cherry "Here" Kendra Checketts N/A
Episode 10
(Monday, April 8, 2019)
John Legend 1 Lisa Ramey "The Joke" Betsy Ade Team full N/A
Adam Levine 2 Mari "I Like Me Better" Anthony Ortiz Team full
Blake Shelton 3 Andrew Sevener "Tequila" Hannah Kay N/A
Kelly Clarkson 4 Abby Kasch "Bring On the Rain" Jackson Marlow
John Legend 5 Jacob Maxwell "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" Talon Cardon N/A
Kelly Clarkson 6 Rebecca Howell "Unchained Melody" David Owens
Adam Levine 7 Kalvin Jarvis "U Got It Bad" Jimmy Mowery
Episode 11
(Tuesday, April 9, 2019)
Adam Levine 1 Andrew Jannakos "Free Fallin'" Patrick McAloon Team full Team full Team full
Blake Shelton 2 Selkii "Head Above Water" Cecily Hennigan N/A
3 Carter Lloyd Horne "I Got You Babe" LiLi Joy N/A
Kelly Clarkson 4 Karen Galera "Imagine" Alena D'Amico
John Legend 5 Kayslin Victoria "Location" Oliv Blu

The Comeback Stage[edit]

This season's fifth coach, Bebe Rexha, mentored selected artists who did not make a team during the Blind Auditions as well as eliminated artists from later rounds of the competition, thus creating new rounds to The Comeback Stage. During the first round of competition, the six selected artists went head to head, two artists per episode, and Rexha selected a winner to move on to the next round. In the second round, Bebe Rexha brought back three artists who were eliminated during the Battle Rounds, giving them a chance to re-enter in the competition. These artists faced off against the three artists from the first round. The three winners performed in the Semifinals and one artist was eliminated. In the Finale, Rexha picked one artist to move forward and compete against another eliminated artist from the Live Cross Battles. The two remaining artists performed in the Top 24 Live Results Show for America's votes in the Twitter Instant Save, with the winner officially joining one of the four main teams of their choosing as a part of the Top 13.

The Battles[edit]

       Artist won the battle and advanced to the next round
       Artist lost the battle and was eliminated

First Round[edit]

Episode (Digital) Coach Song Artists Song
Winner Loser
Episode 1
(Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019)
Bebe Rexha "Tulsa Time" Nathan and Chesi Klea Olson "Brand New Key"
Episode 2
(Tuesday, March 5, 2019)
"Let's Get It On" Kanard Thomas J.T. Rodriguez "Stormy Monday"
Episode 3
(Tuesday, March 12, 2019)
"What You Know" Kayla Seeber Crystal Rose "At Last"

Second Round[edit]

Episode (Digital) Coach Song Artists Song
Winner Loser
Episode 4
(Monday, March 25, 2019)
Bebe Rexha "She Used to Be Mine" Savannah Brister Nathan & Chesi "Drift Away"
Episode 5
(Monday, April 1, 2019)
"Ain't Nobody" Ciera Dumas Kayla Seeber "Believe"
Episode 6
(Monday, April 8, 2019)
"Burn" Kanard Thomas David Owens "OK, It's Alright With Me"

The Semifinals[edit]

       Artists won the Semifinals and advanced to the Finale
       Artist lost the Semifinals and was eliminated
Episode (Digital) Coach Song Artists Song
Winners Loser
Episode 7
(Tuesday, April 16, 2019)
Bebe Rexha "Wish I Didn't Love You" Ciera Dumas Savannah Brister "Always On My Mind"
"Redbone" Kanard Thomas

The Finals[edit]

       Artists won the Finals and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Finals and was eliminated
Episode (Digital) Coach Song Artists Song
Winner Loser
Episode 8
(Tuesday, April 23, 2019)
Bebe Rexha "All My Life" Kanard Thomas Ciera Dumas "I Can't Make You Love Me"

Live Playoffs[edit]

       Artist received majority of America's votes and got a spot into the Top 13
       Artist was eliminated
Episode Coach Song Artists Song
Winner Loser
Episode 17
(Tuesday, April 30, 2019)
Bebe Rexha "Electric Feel" LB Crew Kanard Thomas "Call Out My Name"

Live shows[edit]

Weeks 1 & 2: Live Cross Battles (April 15, 16, 22, & 23)[edit]

The new Live Cross Battles round begin with 32 artists remaining in the competition. Over the course of two weeks, eight pairs of artists performed each Monday. Coaches selected an artist from their team, then challenged a fellow coach to compete against, and this coach selected an artist as well. On the Tuesday results shows, the winner of each Cross Battle was revealed, for a total of sixteen artists advancing to the next round based on America's votes. Additionally, the coaches have one save and one steal to use over the course of the Cross Battles. Coaches were only given ten seconds to press their button. Twenty-four artists in total advanced to the next round of competition.[7]

  • Note: In the table, the Cross Battles are ordered by the order of the results announcement and not by the order of performance.

Color key:

       Artist won the Cross Battle and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Cross Battle but was stolen by another coach and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Cross Battle but was saved by his/her coach and advanced to the Live Playoffs
       Artist lost the Cross Battle but got a second chance to compete in "The Comeback Stage"
       Artist lost the Cross Battle and was eliminated
Episodes Order Challenger Challenged 'Steal'/'Save' result
Coach Song Artist Artist Song Coach Adam John Kelly Blake
Episodes 12 & 13
(Monday, April 15 & Tuesday, April 16, 2019)
1 Blake Shelton "Poison" Kim Cherry Betsy Ade "You Oughta Know" Kelly Clarkson
4 Kelly Clarkson "Who's Lovin' You" Matthew Johnson Domenic Haynes "Damn Your Eyes" Adam Levine
8 John Legend "Mad World" Maelyn Jarmon Rod Stokes "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" Team full
6 Adam Levine "A Thousand Years" Celia Babini Oliv Blu "Gravity" Blake Shelton Steal used
5 Kelly Clarkson "Love On The Brain" Presley Tennant Kayslin Victoria "Stay" John Legend
3 John Legend "It Hurt So Bad" Lisa Ramey Karen Galera "Unfaithful" Kelly Clarkson Steal used
2 Adam Levine "My My My!" Mari Selkii "Torn" Blake Shelton Steal used
7 Blake Shelton "Believe" Dexter Roberts Andrew Jannakos "Yours" Adam Levine
Episodes 14 & 15
(Monday, April 22 & Tuesday, April 23, 2019)
1 Adam Levine "Wade in the Water" LB Crew Jej Vinson "Versace on the Floor" Kelly Clarkson Team full Steal used Steal used
6 "Cold Water" Kendra Checketts Jimmy Mowery "Mercy" John Legend
5 John Legend "Lay Me Down" Shawn Sounds Karly Moreno "Down" Blake Shelton Team full
3 Blake Shelton "Way Down We Go" Carter Lloyd Horne Jacob Maxwell "You're Still the One" John Legend
2 Adam Levine "New Rules" Kalvin Jarvis Julian King "Hello" Team full
7 Kelly Clarkson "Any Man of Mine" Rebecca Howell Beth Griffith Manley "I Put A Spell On You"
8 Blake Shelton "Goodbye Time" Gyth Rigdon Abby Kasch "Cupid’s Got a Shotgun" Kelly Clarkson
4 Kelly Clarkson "The Letter" The Bundys Andrew Sevener "Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde" Blake Shelton Team full
Non-competition performances
Order Performer(s) Song
13.1 John Legend "Preach"
15.1 Brynn Cartelli "Grow Young"

Week 3: Playoffs (April 29 & 30)[edit]

The new Live Top 24 round took place on April 29, with results following on April 30. Eight artists, regardless of team, were saved by the public and advance to the Top 13. Each coach chose one of their own artists to advance.

This season, same as last season, the artist who racked up the most streams on Apple Music during the voting window had their Apple Music votes multiplied by 5.[8]

This week, the recipient of the Apple Music multiplier was Gyth Rigdon.

Kanard Thomas, the winner of the Comeback Stage Finals, competed against LB Crew who was eliminated in the Live Cross Battles. America chose LB through an Instant Save, and he completed the Top 13. LB had the choice to join any of the four coaches teams, and he ultimately decided to rejoin Team Adam.

Color key:

       Artist was saved by the Public's votes
       Artist was saved by his/her coach
       Artist's Apple Music vote multiplied by 5 after his/her studio version of the song had the most streams of the night
       Artist won the Comeback Stage and joined another team
       Artist was eliminated
Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 16
(Monday, April 29, 2019)
Kelly Clarkson 1 Rod Stokes "Midnight Rider" Public's vote
2 Matthew Johnson "Ordinary People" Eliminated
3 Rebecca Howell "Wild One" Eliminated
4 Presley Tennant "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" Eliminated
5 Abby Kasch "I Got the Boy" Eliminated
6 Jej Vinson "Love Lies" Kelly's choice
John Legend 7 Lisa Ramey "The Weight" Eliminated
8 Jacob Maxwell "Total Eclipse of the Heart" Eliminated
9 Jimmy Mowery "Youngblood" Eliminated
10 Celia Babini "The Chain" John's choice
11 Maelyn Jarmon "Fallingwater" Public's vote
12 Shawn Sounds "Higher Ground" Public's vote
Adam Levine 13 Kalvin Jarvis "Mine" Eliminated
14 Betsy Ade "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" Eliminated
15 Mari "Work It Out" Adam's choice
16 Domenic Haynes "Love Is a Losing Game" Eliminated
Blake Shelton 17 Andrew Sevener "Boots On" Public's vote
18 Selkii "Iris" Eliminated
19 Oliv Blu "The Girl from Ipanema" Blake's choice
20 Gyth Rigdon "I Want to Be Loved Like That" Public's vote
21 Kendra Checketts "Bad Guy" Eliminated
22 Carter Lloyd Horne "Heartbreak Hotel" Public's vote
23 Kim Cherry "Waterfalls" Public's vote
24 Dexter Roberts "Ain't Nothing 'bout You" Public's vote
Comeback Stage Performances
Episode 17
(Tuesday, April 30, 2019)
Bebe Rexha 1 Kanard Thomas "Call Out My Name" Eliminated
2 LB Crew "Electric Feel" Comeback Stage Artist
Non-competition performances
Order Performer(s) Song
17.1 Adam Levine & his team
(Betsy Ade, Domenic Haynes, Kalvin Jarvis, and Mari)
"Is This Love"
17.2 Kelly Clarkson "Broken & Beautiful"

Week 4: Top 13 (May 6 & 7)[edit]

The theme for this week was "Fan Night", meaning that the artists performed songs chosen by the fans.

Eliminations were similar to the ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth seasons' semifinal rounds. The seven artists with the most votes made it straight to the Top 8, the three artists with the fewest votes were instantly eliminated, and the middle three fought for the remaining spot in the Top 8 via Instant Save.

This week, the recipient of the Apple Music multiplier was Maelyn Jarmon.

With the elimination of Jej Vinson, this was the very first time that Kelly Clarkson would only have one artist (Rod Stokes) going into the semifinals. In addition, with the eliminations of Mari and LB Crew, Adam Levine no longer had any artists remaining on his team. This was the third time in a row after the fourteenth and fifteenth seasons in which he had lost his entire team before the finale, and the fifth time overall, the second time being the fourth season, and the first time being the third season. However, this was the second season in which he had lost his entire team before the semifinals, as well, the first being the third season.

Color key:

       Artist was saved by the Public's votes
       Artist was placed in the middle three
       Artist was saved by the Instant Save
       Artist's Apple Music vote multiplied by 5 (except The Finals) after his/her studio version of the song had the most streams of the night
       Artist was eliminated
Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 18
(Monday, May 6, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Gyth Rigdon "Nobody but Me" Public's vote
2 Kim Cherry "Whatta Man" Middle Three
Kelly Clarkson 3 Jej Vinson "Close" Eliminated
Blake Shelton 4 Andrew Sevener "She Got the Best of Me" Public's vote
5 Oliv Blu "Smooth Operator" Eliminated
6 Dexter Roberts "Something Like That" Public's vote
John Legend 7 Shawn Sounds "A House Is Not a Home" Public's vote
8 Celia Babini "Shallow" Eliminated
Adam Levine 9 LB Crew "I'll Make Love to You" Middle Three
10 Mari "Foolish" Middle Three
Blake Shelton 11 Carter Lloyd Horne "Let It Go" Public's vote
Kelly Clarkson 12 Rod Stokes "When a Man Loves a Woman" Public's vote
John Legend 13 Maelyn Jarmon "The Scientist" Public's vote
Instant Save Performances
Episode 19
(Tuesday, May 7, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Kim Cherry "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" Instant Save
Adam Levine 2 Mari "Latch" Eliminated
3 LB Crew "Better" Eliminated
Non-competition performances
Order Performer(s) Song
19.1 John Legend & his team
(Celia Babini, Maelyn Jarmon, and Shawn Sounds)
"I Say a Little Prayer"
19.2 Blake Shelton & his team
(Oliv Blu, Kim Cherry, Carter Lloyd Horne, Dexter Roberts, Andrew Sevener, and Gyth Rigdon)
"Got My Mind Set On You"

Week 5: Semifinals (May 13 & 14)[edit]

The Top 8 performed on Monday, May 13, 2019, with the results following on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The three artists with the most votes moved on to the finale. The two artists with the fewest votes were immediately eliminated and the middle three contended for the remaining spot in the Finale via the Instant Save. In addition to their individual songs, each artist performed a The Beatles duet with another artist in the competition, though these duets will not be available for purchase on iTunes. With the elimination of Rod Stokes, Kelly Clarkson no longer had any artists remaining on her team, thus breaking her two-season winning streak. This was the first season since her introduction as a coach in which she both lost the season and lost her entire team prior to the finale. In addition, this would be the first time since the seventh season in which only two coaches would be represented in the finale, with Blake Shelton being represented by Dexter Roberts, Gyth Rigdon, and Andrew Sevener, and John Legend being represented solely by Maelyn Jarmon. Shelton would also become the second coach to take three members of his team to the finale, the first one being Adam Levine in the seventh season. This was also the first time since the eighth season in which no female coach would be represented in the finale.

In addition, with the advancement of Maelyn Jarmon to the finale, John Legend became the fourth new coach to successfully coach an artist on his team to the finale on his first attempt as a coach, the third being Kelly Clarkson, who coached Brynn Cartelli all the way to the finale of the fourteenth season, the second being Alicia Keys, who coached Wé McDonald all the way to the finale of the eleventh season, and the first being Usher, who coached Michelle Chamuel all the way to the finale of the fourth season.

Once again, The Apple Music multiplier was awarded to Maelyn Jarmon.

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Duet Song Result
Episode 20
(Monday, May 13, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Andrew Sevener "Long Haired Country Boy" "Help!" Middle Three
2 Gyth Rigdon "God Bless the U.S.A." "Hey Jude" Public's vote
3 Kim Cherry "Together Again" "Eleanor Rigby" Eliminated
4 Carter Lloyd Horne "Take Me to Church" "Help!" Eliminated
Kelly Clarkson 5 Rod Stokes "Go Rest High on That Mountain" "Yesterday" Middle Three
John Legend 6 Maelyn Jarmon "Stay" Public's vote
Blake Shelton 7 Dexter Roberts "Here Without You" "Hey Jude" Public's vote
John Legend 8 Shawn Sounds "A Song for You" "Eleanor Rigby" Middle Three
Instant Save performances
Episode 21
(Tuesday, May 14, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Andrew Sevener "Simple Man" Instant Save
Kelly Clarkson 2 Rod Stokes "Brother" Eliminated
John Legend 3 Shawn Sounds "That's What I Like" Eliminated
Non-competition performances
Order Performer(s) Song
21.1 Blake Shelton "God's Country"
21.2 Kris
(Mastercard Advertisement)
"Ain't Nobody"
21.3 Kelly Clarkson & her team
(Rod Stokes)
"Chances Are"
21.4 Emily Ann Roberts "Someday Dream"

Week 6: Finale (May 20 & 21)[edit]

The Final 4 performed on Monday, May 20, 2019, with the final results following on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. This week, the four finalists performed a solo cover song, a duet with their coach, and an original song.

With Maelyn Jarmon's victory, this was the second time that a new coach won the show on his first attempt as a coach, with John Legend. Legend also became the first new male coach and the first new African-American coach to win on his first attempt. In addition, with the defeats of Gyth Rigdon, Dexter Roberts, and Andrew Sevener, this was the second time that a coach, Blake Shelton, who coached three artists to the finale wound up defeated.

Coach Artist Order Solo Song Order Duet Song (with Coach) Order Original Song Result
John Legend Maelyn Jarmon 12 "Hallelujah" 6 "Unforgettable" 1 "Wait for You" Winner
Blake Shelton Andrew Sevener 9 "Lips of an Angel" 2 "All Right Now" 5 “Rural Route Raising” Fourth place
Blake Shelton Dexter Roberts 3 "Anything Goes" 10 "Hard Workin' Man" 8 “Looking Back” Third place
Blake Shelton Gyth Rigdon 7 "Once in a Blue Moon" 4 "Take It Easy" 11 “Proof I’ve Always Loved You” Runner-up
Non-competition performances
Order Performers Song
23.1 Travis Tritt & Andrew Sevener "T-R-O-U-B-L-E"
23.2 Jonas Brothers "Cool"
23.3 Khalid "Talk"
23.4 Kim Cherry & Mari "Good as Hell"
23.5 LB Crew, Domenic Haynes, Kalvin Jarvis, Shawn Sounds & Jej Vinson "My Prerogative"
23.6 OneRepublic "Rescue Me"
23.7 Hootie & the Blowfish "Let Her Cry"
23.8 Sarah McLachlan & Maelyn Jarmon "Angel"
23.9 BTS "Boy with Luv"
23.10 Toby Keith & Dexter Roberts "That's Country Bro"
23.11 Halsey "Nightmare"
23.12 Betsy Ade, Celia Babini, Lisa Ramey & Presley Tennant "Edge of Seventeen"
23.13 Hootie & the Blowfish & Gyth Rigdon "Hold My Hand"
23.14 Taylor Swift & Brendon Urie "Me!"

Elimination chart[edit]

Overall[edit]

Color key
Artist's info
Result details
Live Shows Results per week
Artists Cross Battles Week 3 Playoffs Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Week 1 Week 2
Maelyn Jarmon Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Gyth Rigdon Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Dexter Roberts Safe Safe Safe Safe 3rd Place
Andrew Sevener Safe Safe Safe Safe 4th Place
Shawn Sounds Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Rod Stokes Stolen from Adam Safe Safe Eliminated
Kim Cherry Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Carter Lloyd Horne Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
LB Crew Second Chance Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 4)
Mari Safe Safe Eliminated
Celia Babini Stolen from Adam Safe Eliminated
Oliv Blu Safe Safe Eliminated
Jej Vinson Safe Safe Eliminated
Betsy Ade Stolen from Kelly Eliminated Eliminated (Week 3)
Kendra Checketts Stolen from Adam Eliminated
Domenic Haynes Safe Eliminated
Rebecca Howell Safe Eliminated
Kalvin Jarvis Safe Eliminated
Matthew Johnson Safe Eliminated
Abby Kasch Safe Eliminated
Jacob Maxwell Safe Eliminated
Jimmy Mowery Safe Eliminated
Lisa Ramey Safe Eliminated
Selkii Safe Eliminated
Presley Tennant Safe Eliminated
Kanard Thomas Comeback Stage Eliminated
The Bundys Eliminated Eliminated (Week 2)
Julian King Eliminated
Beth Griffith-Manley Eliminated
Karly Moreno Eliminated
Karen Galera Eliminated Eliminated (Week 1)
Andrew Jannakos Eliminated
Kayslin Victoria Eliminated

Teams[edit]

Color key
Artist's info
Results details
Artists Cross Battles Week 3 Playoffs Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Week 1 Week 2
LB Crew Second Chance Public's vote Eliminated
Mari Public's vote Coach's choice Eliminated
Betsy Ade Team Kelly Eliminated
Domenic Haynes Coach's save Eliminated
Kalvin Jarvis Public's vote Eliminated
Kendra Checketts Stolen by Blake
Celia Babini Stolen by John
Rod Stokes Stolen by Kelly
Andrew Jannakos Eliminated
Maelyn Jarmon Public's vote Public's vote AdvancedCheck mark.svg AdvancedCheck mark.svg Winner
Shawn Sounds Public's vote Public's vote Advanced Eliminated
Celia Babini Team Adam Coach's choice Eliminated
Jacob Maxwell Coach's save Eliminated
Jimmy Mowery Public's vote Eliminated
Lisa Ramey Public's vote Eliminated
Julian King Eliminated
Beth Griffith-Manley Eliminated
Kayslin Victoria Eliminated
Rod Stokes Team Adam Public's vote Advanced Eliminated
Jej Vinson Public's vote Coach's choice Eliminated
Rebecca Howell Public's vote Eliminated
Matthew Johnson Public's vote Eliminated
Abby Kasch Coach's save Eliminated
Presley Tennant Public's vote Eliminated
The Bundys Eliminated
Betsy Ade Stolen by Adam
Karen Galera Eliminated
Gyth Rigdon Public's vote Public's voteCheck mark.svg Advanced Advanced Runner-up
Dexter Roberts Public's vote Public's vote Advanced Advanced Third place
Andrew Sevener Public's vote Public's vote Advanced Advanced Fourth place
Kim Cherry Public's vote Public's vote Advanced Eliminated
Carter Lloyd Horne Public's vote Public's vote Advanced Eliminated
Oliv Blu Public's vote Coach's choice Eliminated
Kendra Checketts Team Adam Eliminated
Selkii Coach's save Eliminated
Karly Moreno Eliminated

Artists who appeared on other shows or previous seasons[edit]

  • Lisa Ramey auditioned for Season 15 of The Voice, but did not get a chair turn.
  • Luna Searles auditioned for Season 2, but did not get a chair turn. She failed again this year. She is the third contestant, after Sonia Rao and Odiseas Georgiadis, to be rejected twice and the second to be rejected twice in different seasons.
  • Dexter Roberts was on season 13 of American Idol and was eliminated during the Top 7 week.
  • LB Crew was on season 13 of American Idol under the name LeBryant Crew.
  • Selkii was on season 6 of Idols South Africa as Jess Yallup.
  • J.T. Rodriguez, as Joshua Tryon, was a Hollywood Week contestant on seasons 8 and 10 of American Idol.
  • Ruby McAloon, who failed to turn a chair, appeared on Season 2 of Project Runway: Junior, being the first contestant eliminated.

Reception[edit]

U.S. Nielsen ratings[edit]

Episode Original air date Production Time slot (ET) Viewers
(in millions)
Adults (18–49) Source
Rating Share
1 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 1" February 25, 2019 (2019-02-25) 1601 Monday 8:00 p.m. 10.77 2.1 9 [9]
2 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2" February 26, 2019 (2019-02-26) 1602 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 10.60 2.0 10 [10]
3 "The Blind Auditions, Part 3" March 4, 2019 (2019-03-04) 1603 Monday 8:00 p.m. 10.97 2.1 9 [11]
4 "The Blind Auditions, Part 4" March 5, 2019 (2019-03-05) 1604 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 10.22 1.9 9 [12]
5 "The Blind Auditions, Part 5" March 11, 2019 (2019-03-11) 1605 Monday 8:00 p.m. 10.54 2.0 8 [13]
6 "The Blind Auditions, Part 6" March 18, 2019 (2019-03-18) 1606 9.87 1.7 8 [14]
7 "The Best of the Blind Auditions" March 20, 2019 (2019-03-20) 1607 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 6.11 1.0 5 [15]
8 "The Battles Premiere, Part 1" March 25, 2019 (2019-03-25) 1608 Monday 8:00 p.m. 9.00 1.6 8 [16]
9 "The Battles, Part 2" April 1, 2019 (2019-04-01) 1609 8.51 1.5 7 [17]
10 "The Battles, Part 3" April 8, 2019 (2019-04-08) 1610 7.62 1.2 5 [18]
11 "The Battles, Part 4" April 9, 2019 (2019-04-09) 1611 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 7.31 1.2 6 [19]
12 "Live Cross Battles, Part 1" April 15, 2019 (2019-04-15) 1612 Monday 8:00 p.m. 7.65 1.3 6 [20]
13 "Live Cross Battles, Part 1, Results" April 16, 2019 (2019-04-16) 1613 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 7.18 1.0 5 [21]
14 "Live Cross Battles, Part 2" April 22, 2019 (2019-04-22) 1614 Monday 8:00 p.m. 7.59 1.2 6 [22]
15 "Live Cross Battles, Part 2, Results" April 23, 2019 (2019-04-23) 1615 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 6.32 0.9 4 [23]
16 "Live Top 24 Performance" April 29, 2019 (2019-04-29) 1616 Monday 8:00 p.m. 7.24 1.2 6 [24]
17 "Live Top 24 Results" April 30, 2019 (2019-04-30) 1617 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 6.33 0.9 4 [25]
18 "Live Top 13 Performance" May 6, 2019 (2019-05-06) 1618 Monday 8:00 p.m. 7.27 1.1 5 [26]
19 "Live Top 13 Results" May 7, 2019 (2019-05-07) 1619 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 6.20 0.9 4 [27]
20 "Live Top 8 Semifinals Performance" May 13, 2019 (2019-05-13) 1620 Monday 8:00 p.m. 7.69 1.1 5 [28]
21 "Live Top 8 Semifinals Results" May 14, 2019 (2019-05-14) 1621 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 6.56 1.0 4 [29]
22 "Live Finale Performance" May 20, 2019 (2019-05-20) 1622 Monday 8:00 p.m. 7.96 1.2 5 [30]
23 "Live Finale Results" May 21, 2019 (2019-05-21) 1623 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 7.42 1.1 5 [31]

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