The Voice (American season 17)

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The Voice
Season 17
Broadcast fromSeptember 23 –
December 17, 2019
Coaches
Host(s)Carson Daly
BroadcasterNBC
Winner
Jake Hoot
OriginCookeville, Tennessee
Song"Better Off Without You"
Genre(s)Country
CoachKelly Clarkson
Runner-up
Ricky Duran
Chronology

The seventeenth season of the American reality television show The Voice premiered on September 23, 2019, on NBC.[1][2][3] John Legend, Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton returned as coaches for their second, fourth, and seventeenth season, respectively. Gwen Stefani, who last coached in the twelfth season, returned, replacing Adam Levine. With Levine's departure, Shelton serves as the last remaining coach from the show's inaugural season.[4] Meanwhile, Carson Daly returned for his seventeenth season as host.

Jake Hoot was named winner of this season, marking Clarkson's third win as a coach. Also, Hoot became only the second winner in the show’s history (after Chris Blue in season 12) to have been just a one-chair turn in the blind auditions.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

Coaches and host of season 17 of The Voice

On May 24, 2019, after having initially opted to return for another season, it was announced that original coach Adam Levine wouldn't be returning as a coach and would be departing from the show after sixteen seasons. Gwen Stefani replaced Levine, marking her fourth season as a coach. Blake Shelton returned for his seventeenth season as a coach, John Legend for his second, and Kelly Clarkson for her fourth.

The Knockouts, removed in the sixteenth season in favor of the Live Cross Battles round, returned this season, replacing the latter. This season, the coaches went back to only having one Knockout steal instead of a steal and a save. For the first time, the coaches had one steal and one save in the Battles instead of the usual two steals like in the prior seasons.[5]

This season's battle advisors were Normani for Team Kelly, Will.i.am for Team Gwen, Usher for Team Legend, and Darius Rucker for Team Blake.[6]

Taylor Swift served as a “mega-mentor” for all teams during the Knockouts. She had previously mentored in the show's seventh season.[7]

  • The coaches are joined by Carson Daly on guitar for an intimate performance of ‘90s hit "More Than Words" to kick off the season.[8]

Teams[edit]

Color key
Coaches Top 48 artists
Kelly Clarkson
Jake Hoot Hello Sunday Shane Q Max Boyle Damali
Gracee Shriver Alex Guthrie Kiara Brown Melinda Rodriguez Lauren Hall
Brooke Stephenson Brennan Lassiter Steve Knill Injoy Fountain
Gwen Stefani
Rose Short Joana Martinez Myracle Holloway Jake HaldenVang Kyndal Inskeep
Calvin Lockett Royce Lovett Destiny Rayne Jessie Lawrence James Violet
Kiara Brown Brennen Henson Caroline Reilly Elise Azkoul
John Legend
Katie Kadan Will Breman Marybeth Byrd Alex Guthrie Khalea Lynee
Max Boyle Preston C. Howell Zoe Upkins James Violet Destiny Rayne
Mendeleyev Dane & Stephanie Jared Herzog Matt New
Blake Shelton
Ricky Duran Kat Hammock Cali Wilson Gracee Shriver Ricky Braddy
Joana Martinez Zach Bridges Lauren Hall Marina Chello Jordan Chase
Cory Jackson Matthew McQueen EllieMae Josie Jones
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 Knockouts.

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 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 (Sept. 23)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Katie Kadan 38 Chicago, Illinois "Baby I Love You"      
2 Jake HaldenVang 24 Charlotte, North Carolina "Wish I Knew You"      
3 Jay Miah 30 Tampa, Florida "Never Enough"
4 Brennan Lassiter 20 Dacusville, South Carolina "You Are My Sunshine"         
5 Rose Short 34 Killeen, Texas "Preach"   
6 Will Breman 25 Santa Barbara, California "Say You'll Be There"   
7 Alex Guthrie 25 Marietta, Georgia "Love and Happiness"   
8 Kat Hammock 18 Encinitas, California "Vienna"   
9 Timmy Hood 19 Lenox Township, Michigan "Make It Rain"
10 CJ Washington 29 Sacramento, California "Tired of Being Alone"
11 Marina Chello 37 Samarkand, Uzbekistan / Plainview, New York "Walk Me Home"   
12 Kyndal Inskeep 22 Nashville, Tennessee "Never Been to Spain"   

Episode 2 (Sept. 24)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Shane Q 28 Sacramento, California "Tennessee Whiskey"         
2 Max Boyle 23 Toledo, Ohio "Wayfaring Stranger"
3 Hello Sunday
(Myla Finks & Chelsea Grover)
13-14 Atlanta, Georgia "This Is Me"
4 Emily Bass 16 Magnolia, Texas "Blank Space"
5 Royce Lovett 30 Tallahassee, Florida "911"   
6 Elise Azkoul 28 Atlanta, Georgia "Million Reasons"
7 Cory Jackson 24 Jonesboro, Arkansas "Galveston"      

Episode 3 (Sept. 30)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Mendeleyev 28 Santa Barbara, California "Girl from the North Country"         
2 Jake Hoot 30 Cookeville, Tennessee "When It Rains It Pours"
3 Calvin Lockett 25 Durham, North Carolina "Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)"      
4 Josie Jones 16 Hamilton, Alabama "Men and Mascara"   
5 Johnny Sanchez 30 Hollister, California "Seven Spanish Angels"
6 Marybeth Byrd 18 Armorel, Arkansas "Angel from Montgomery"      
7 Tamika J 34 Miami, Florida "You Got Me"
8 Kiara Brown 21 Las Vegas, Nevada "Free Fallin'"   
9 Melinda Rodriguez 23 Miami, Florida "What a Wonderful World"   
10 Jon Rizzo 34 Oceanside, New York "Let Her Cry"
11 Cali Wilson 28 Salem, Iowa "Dreams"      

Episode 4 (Oct. 1)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Injoy Fountain 28 Wichita, Kansas "7 Rings"   
2 Jordan Chase 19 Pensacola, Florida "Makin' Me Look Good Again"   
3 Dane & Stephanie 21 Bloomfield, New Jersey "Angela"   
4 James Violet 20 Syracuse, Utah "Sweet Creature"      
5 Jordan McCullough 20 Murfreesboro, Tennessee "Let Me Love You"
6 Preston C. Howell 14 Pembroke Pines, Florida "Dream a Little Dream of Me"         

Episode 5 (Oct. 7)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Joana Martinez 15 Miami, Florida "Call Out My Name"      
2 Brooke Stephenson 28 Bolton, Connecticut "Let Him Fly"      
3 Zach Bridges 29 Pearl, Mississippi "Ol' Red"   
4 EllieMae 21 Jerome, Idaho "Merry Go 'Round"
5 Callie Lee 27 Atlanta, Georgia "No Excuses"
6 Jessie Lawrence 31 Newark, New Jersey "All or Nothing"
7 Brennen Henson 20 Flint, Michigan "Riptide"
8 Jared Herzog 21 Niceville, Florida "Speechless"      
9 Clayton Cowell 27 Hampton, Virginia "Just Friends (Sunny)"
10 Lauren Hall 25 Chicago, Illinois "One and Only"
11 Matt New 29 Midland, Texas "Sunflower"      
12 Monty Montanaro N/A Nashville, Tennessee "Remedy"
13 Ricky Duran 29 Worcester, Massachusetts "River         

Episode 6 (Oct. 8)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Myracle Holloway 44 Los Angeles, California "When I Was Your Man"   
2 Ricky Braddy 36 Nashville, Tennessee "The Story"      
3 Damali 16 Norwalk, California "Ocean Eyes"
4 Steve Knill 37 San Francisco, California "Up to the Mountain"
5 Destiny Rayne 23 Coral Springs, Florida "Make You Feel My Love"   
6 Jo James 31 Austin, Texas "It Ain't Over 'til It's Over"
7 Khalea Lynee 36 Tampa, Florida "Best Part"         

Episode 7 (Oct. 14)[edit]

Order Artist Age Hometown Song Coach's and artist's choices
Kelly Gwen John Blake
1 Zoe Upkins 16 Nashville, Tennessee "Angel of Mine"      
2 Matthew McQueen 21 Georgetown, Texas "Someone You Loved"    Team full
3 Gracee Shriver 16 Owasso, Oklahoma "Rainbow"    Team full
4 Ty Mauro 26 Los Angeles, California "Let's Stay Together" Team full
5 Caroline Reilly 16 Cumming, Georgia "Somebody to Love"

The Battles[edit]

The second half of "The Voice" episode which aired on October 14 marked the start of the Battle Rounds. The advisors for this round include: Normani for Team Kelly, will.i.am for Team Gwen, Usher for Team Legend, and Darius Rucker for Team Blake.[9] The coaches could steal one losing artist from other coaches and save one losing artist on their team. Artists who won their battle, were saved by their Coach, or were stolen by another coach advanced to the Knockout rounds.

Color key:

       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 Knockouts
       Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated
Episodes Coach Order Winner Song Loser 'Steal'/'Save' result
Kelly Gwen John Blake
Episode 7
(Monday, Oct. 14, 2019)
John Legend 1 Khalea Lynee "The Boy Is Mine" Zoe Upkins         
Blake Shelton 2 Kat Hammock "Take Me Home, Country Roads" Josie Jones
Kelly Clarkson 3 Shane Q "Too Good at Goodbyes" Melinda Rodriguez      
Episode 8
(Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019)
Kelly Clarkson 1 Alex Guthrie "Home" Injoy Fountain Save used
Gwen Stefani 2 Myracle Holloway "Breathin" Elise Azkoul
John Legend 3 Max Boyle "Let Me Love You" Matt New Save used
Blake Shelton 4 Cali Wilson "Miss Me More" EllieMae
John Legend 5 Katie Kadan "Tiny Dancer" Destiny Rayne    Save used   
Episode 9
(Monday, Oct. 21, 2019)
John Legend 1 Will Breman "Treat You Better" Jared Herzog Steal used Save used
Blake Shelton 2 Ricky Duran "Valerie" Marina Chello      
Kelly Clarkson 3 Jake Hoot "Always on My Mind" Steve Knill Save used
4 Gracee Shriver "Blue Ain't Your Color" Brennan Lassiter
5 Damali "Set Fire to the Rain" Brooke Stephenson
Gwen Stefani 6 Royce Lovett "Turn Your Lights Down Low" Kiara Brown      
Blake Shelton 7 Joana Martinez "High Hopes" Matthew McQueen Team full Steal used Save used
Gwen Stefani 8 Kyndal Inskeep "I Could Use a Love Song" James Violet      
Episode 10
(Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Zach Bridges "Should've Been a Cowboy" Cory Jackson Team full Steal used Team full Save used
John Legend 2 Marybeth Byrd "Burning House" Dane & Stephanie
Gwen Stefani 3 Rose Short "Can't Feel My Face" Jessie Lawrence      
Episode 11
(Monday, Oct. 28, 2019)
Gwen Stefani 1 Jake HaldenVang "Just Like a Pill" Caroline Reilly Team full Team full Team full
John Legend 2 Preston C. Howell "Fire and Rain" Mendeleyev
Blake Shelton 3 Ricky Braddy "Rumor" Jordan Chase Save used
Gwen Stefani 4 Calvin Lockett "Yellow" Brennen Henson
Kelly Clarkson 5 Hello Sunday "Wrecking Ball" Lauren Hall

The Knockouts[edit]

The Knockout round started on October 28 after the final battles. The coaches could each steal one losing artist from another team. The top 20 contestants then moved on to the Live Playoffs. Taylor Swift was the advisor to contestants from all teams in this round.[10]

Color key:

       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
Episodes Coach Order Song Artists Song 'Steal' result
Winner Loser Kelly Gwen John Blake
Episode 11
(Monday, Oct. 28, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 "Wicked Game" Cali Wilson Marina Chello "I (Who Have Nothing)" N/A
Kelly Clarkson 2 "Cover Me Up" Jake Hoot Melinda Rodriguez "Always Be My Baby" N/A
John Legend 3 "Piece of My Heart" Katie Kadan Max Boyle "when the party's over"       N/A
Episode 12
(Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019)
John Legend 1 "Because You Loved Me" Khalea Lynee James Violet "Stay" Team full N/A
Gwen Stefani 2 "Elastic Heart" Kyndal Inskeep Jessie Lawrence "Dancing with a Stranger" N/A
Blake Shelton 3 "She Talks To Angels" Ricky Duran Joana Martinez "California Dreamin'"    N/A
Episode 13
(Monday, Nov. 4, 2019)
Gwen Stefani 1 "Big White Room" Rose Short Destiny Rayne "Tell Me You Love Me" Team full Team full
Kelly Clarkson 2 "In Case You Didn't Know" Shane Q Kiara Brown "The Bones"
Blake Shelton 3 "Kiss Me" Kat Hammock Lauren Hall "Breakaway" N/A
John Legend 4 "I Don't Care" Will Breman Zoe Upkins "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" N/A
Gwen Stefani 5 "Powerful" Jake HaldenVang Royce Lovett "Wake Me Up"
Kelly Clarkson 6 "Almost Is Never Enough" Hello Sunday Alex Guthrie "I'm Not the Only One"   
Episode 14
(Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019)
John Legend 1 "All I Ask" Marybeth Byrd Preston C. Howell "The Way You Look Tonight" Team full Team full Team full
Blake Shelton 2 "So High" Ricky Braddy Zach Bridges "The Dance" N/A
Gwen Stefani 3 "Can We Talk" Myracle Holloway Calvin Lockett "You'll Be In My Heart"
Kelly Clarkson 4 "Sober" Damali Gracee Shriver "Leave the Pieces"   

Live shows[edit]

Color key:

       Artist was saved by the Public's votes
       Artist was saved by his/her coach or was placed in the bottom two, bottom three, or middle three
       Artist was selected to compete in the Wild Card or won the Wild Card
       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

Week 1: Live Playoffs (Nov. 11 & 12)[edit]

The Live Playoffs comprised episodes 15 and 16. For the first time since season 11, there was a Top 20 instead of a Top 24. On Monday, the Top 20 artists performed live for their chance at a spot in the Top 13. On Tuesday, in the live results show, two artists from each team advanced based on America's vote, and each coach got to save one of their own artists. The remaining artists from each team with the highest overnight vote had a chance to compete for the Wild Card similar to season 7 and one artist continued on.

KeIIy Clarkson had four members on her team, for the second time, following the fifteenth season.

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 15
(Monday, Nov. 11, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Ricky Duran "Small Town" Public's vote
2 Cali Wilson "Toxic" Blake's choice
3 Gracee Shriver "American Honey" Wild Card
4 Kat Hammock "God Only Knows" Public's vote
5 Ricky Braddy "Roll With It" Eliminated
Gwen Stefani 6 Rose Short "What Have You Done for Me Lately" Public's vote
7 Kyndal Inskeep "10,000 Hours" Eliminated
8 Joana Martinez "You Can't Stop the Girl" Public's vote
9 Myracle Holloway "Get Here" Gwen's choice
10 Jake HaldenVang "Turning Tables" Wild Card
Kelly Clarkson 11 Shane Q "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" Kelly's choice
12 Hello Sunday "Hello" Wild Card
13 Damali "You Say" Eliminated
14 Max Boyle "Falling Slowly" Public's vote
15 Jake Hoot "You Lie" Public's vote
John Legend 16 Khalea Lynee "Love Like This" Eliminated
17 Alex Guthrie "If I Ain't Got You" Wild Card
18 Marybeth Byrd "Love Me Like You Do" Public's vote
19 Will Breman "Style" John's choice
20 Katie Kadan "Always Remember Us This Way" Public's vote
Wild Card Performances
Episode 16
(Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Gracee Shriver "Landslide" Eliminated
Gwen Stefani 2 Jake HaldenVang "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" Eliminated
Kelly Clarkson 3 Hello Sunday "All By Myself" Wild Card
John Legend 4 Alex Guthrie "Stay" Eliminated

Week 2: Top 13 (Nov. 18 & 19)[edit]

This week's theme was “Dedications.” The three artists with the fewest votes competed for an Instant Save, with two leaving the competition.

This season, same as the last two seasons, the artist who racked up the most streams on Apple Music during the voting window had their Apple Music votes multiplied by 5.[11]

This week, Jake Hoot was the recipient of the Apple Music Multiplier.

With the elimination of Cali Wilson, this marked the first time since the seventh season that Blake Shelton lost any members of his team prior to the top 11, and the second time out of the past seven seasons in which such an event occurred.

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 17
(Monday, Nov. 18, 2019)
Gwen Stefani 1 Joana Martinez "Get On Your Feet" Bottom three
Blake Shelton 2 Ricky Duran "You Are the Best Thing" Public's vote
Kelly Clarkson 3 Max Boyle "Unaware" Bottom three
Gwen Stefani 4 Myracle Holloway "I'm Your Baby Tonight" Public's vote
John Legend 5 Will Breman "I Won't Give Up" Public's vote
Blake Shelton 6 Kat Hammock "Danny Boy" Public's vote
John Legend 7 Katie Kadan "I'm Going Down" Public's vote
Blake Shelton 8 Cali Wilson "Butterflies" Bottom three
Kelly Clarkson 9 Shane Q "My Wish" Public's vote
10 Hello Sunday "Mamma Knows Best" Public's vote
John Legend 11 Marybeth Byrd "Go Rest High On That Mountain" Public's vote
Kelly Clarkson 12 Jake Hoot "Danny's Song" Public's vote
Gwen Stefani 13 Rose Short "I Turn to You" Public's vote
Instant Save Performances
Episode 18
(Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Cali Wilson "The Chain" Eliminated
Kelly Clarkson 2 Max Boyle "Thinking Out Loud" Eliminated
Gwen Stefani 3 Joana Martinez "Superwoman" Instant Save
Non-competition performances
Order Performer Song
18.1 Gwen Stefani and her team
(Myracle Holloway, Joana Martinez, & Rose Short)
"Good as Hell"
18.2 Kelly Clarkson and her team
(Max Boyle, Hello Sunday, Jake Hoot, & Shane Q)
"Linger"

Week 3: Top 11 (Nov. 25 & 26)[edit]

This week's theme was “Fan Week.” The two artists with the fewest votes competed for an Instant Save, with one leaving the competition.

Once again, the Apple Music multiplier was awarded to Jake Hoot.

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 19
(Monday, Nov. 25, 2019)
John Legend 1 Katie Kadan "Without You" Public's vote
Blake Shelton 2 Kat Hammock "I'll Fly Away" Public's vote
Kelly Clarkson 3 Shane Q "Mercy" Bottom two
Gwen Stefani 4 Joana Martinez "Dreaming of You" Public's vote
John Legend 5 Will Breman "Light My Fire" Public's vote
Gwen Stefani 6 Rose Short "Maybe I'm Amazed" Public's vote
Kelly Clarkson 7 Hello Sunday "The Middle" Public's vote
Gwen Stefani 8 Myracle Holloway "Everybody Hurts" Bottom two
John Legend 9 Marybeth Byrd "Stars" Public's vote
Kelly Clarkson 10 Jake Hoot "Every Light in the House" Public's vote
Blake Shelton 11 Ricky Duran "Downtown Train" Public's vote
Instant Save Performances
Episode 20
(Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019)
Kelly Clarkson 1 Shane Q "Jealous" Instant Save
Gwen Stefani 2 Myracle Holloway "You Are So Beautiful" Eliminated
Non-competition performances
Order Performer Song
20.1 John Legend and his team
(Will Breman, Marybeth Byrd, & Katie Kadan)
"How Deep Is Your Love"
20.2 Gwen Stefani "What You Waiting For?"
"Hollaback Girl"
"Rich Girl" (with Eve)
20.3 Blake Shelton and his team
(Ricky Duran & Kat Hammock)
"Takin' Care of Business"

Week 4: Top 10 (Dec. 2 & 3)[edit]

This week's theme was “Challenge Week”. The three artists with the fewest votes competed for an Instant Save, with two leaving the competition.

Jake Hoot received the Apple Music multiplier for the third week in a row as he confirmed on Instagram.[12]

For the first time this season, the contestants cracked the Top 10 on iTunes. Jake Hoot hit #4 and Katie Kadan hit #8 at the close of the voting window.[13]

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Result
Episode 21
(Monday, Dec. 2, 2019)
Gwen Stefani 1 Rose Short "God's Country" Public's vote
John Legend 2 Marybeth Byrd "Lose You to Love Me" Bottom three
Blake Shelton 3 Kat Hammock "You're Still the One" Public's vote
Kelly Clarkson 4 Shane Q "Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run)" Bottom three
5 Jake Hoot "That Ain't My Truck" Public's vote
Gwen Stefani 6 Joana Martinez "Impossible" Bottom three
John Legend 7 Katie Kadan "Rolling in the Deep" Public's vote
Kelly Clarkson 8 Hello Sunday "Stone Cold" Public's vote
Blake Shelton 9 Ricky Duran "Born Under a Bad Sign" Public's vote
John Legend 10 Will Breman My Body" Public's vote
Instant Save Performances
Episode 22
(Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019)
Kelly Clarkson 1 Shane Q "Killing Me Softly with His Song" Eliminated
Gwen Stefani 2 Joana Martinez "Somebody That I Used To Know" Eliminated
John Legend 3 Marybeth Byrd "You Are the Reason" Instant Save
Non-competition performances
Order Performer Song
21.1 Kane Brown "Homesick"
22.1 Kelly Clarkson & John Legend "Baby, It's Cold Outside"
22.2 Meghan Trainor ft. Mike Sabbath "Wave"

Week 5: Semifinals (Dec. 9 & 10)[edit]

The Top 8 performed on Monday, December 9, 2019, with the results following on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. Three artists were automatically 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 next finale via the Instant Save.

In addition to their solo song, each artist performed an 80s duet with another contestant.[14]

This week, three artists reached the top 10 on iTunes. Jake Hoot charted at #1, Ricky Duran peaked at #2 and Rose Short hit #7 at the close of the voting window.[15]

With the elimination of Kat Hammock, this was the first time since the eleventh season that Blake Shelton has not had two or more artists in the finale. In addition, this was the first time since the tenth season that all four coaches were represented in the finale.

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Duet Song Results
Episode 23
(Monday, Dec. 9, 2019)
John Legend 1 Katie Kadan "Lady Marmalade" "Express Yourself" Public's vote
Blake Shelton 2 Kat Hammock "Somewhere Only We Know" "We Belong" Middle three
John Legend 3 Marybeth Byrd "Before He Cheats" "Up Where We Belong" Eliminated
Kelly Clarkson 4 Hello Sunday "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" "We Belong" Middle three
Blake Shelton 5 Ricky Duran "Let It Be" "Your Love" Public's vote
John Legend 6 Will Breman "Locked Out of Heaven" Eliminated
Gwen Stefani 7 Rose Short "I Want To Know What Love Is" "Express Yourself" Middle three
Kelly Clarkson 8 Jake Hoot "Desperado" "Up Where We Belong" Public's vote
Instant Save Performances
Episode 24
(Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019)
Kelly Clarkson 1 Hello Sunday "Chandelier" Eliminated
Blake Shelton 2 Kat Hammock "You've Got a Friend" Eliminated
Gwen Stefani 3 Rose Short "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" Instant Save
Non-competition performances
Order Performer Song
24.1 Blake Shelton ft. Trace Adkins "Hell Right"
24.2 Tones and I "Dance Monkey"
24.3 Kaleb Lee ft. Kelly Clarkson "I Dream In Southern"

Week 6: Finale (Dec. 16 & 17)[edit]

The final 4 performed on Monday, December 16, 2019, with the final results following on Tuesday, December 17, 2019. Each finalist performed a solo cover song, a holiday-themed duet with their coach, and an original song.

This week, seven of the eight spots on the top of iTunes chart were occupied by The Voice Top 4 when voting ended (Ricky Duran at #1, Jake Hoot at #3, #5, #6 and Katie Kadan at #4, #7).[16] Jake Hoot's semi-final performance reached Top 10 on iTunes one more time at #8. Thus, he had six songs in the Top 10 of the iTunes Country Singles chart and four songs in the Top 10 on the Overall Singles chart. This is more than any other singer in the history of the show has had in the Top 10 at one time. Hoot’s duet of “Wintersong” with Clarkson climbed as high as #3 on the iTunes Overall Singles chart, making it the highest-charting coach duet in the history of the show.[17]

Coach Artist Order Solo Song Order Holiday Duet Song (with Coach) Order Original Song Result
Blake Shelton Ricky Duran 1 "Runnin' Down a Dream" 5 "Run Rudolph Run" 11 "A Woman Like Her" Runner-up
Kelly Clarkson Jake Hoot 9 "Amazed" 7 "Wintersong" 2 "Better Off Without You" Winner
John Legend Katie Kadan 10 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" 3 "Merry Christmas Baby" 6 "All Better" Third place
Gwen Stefani Rose Short 12 "Border Song" 8 "My Gift Is You" 4 "Steamroller" Fourth place
Non-competition performances
Order Performer(s) Song
26.1 Max Boyle, Alex Guthrie, Shane Q, & Will Breman "Gimme Some Lovin'"
26.2 Lady Antebellum "What If I Never Get Over You"
26.3 The Black Eyed Peas & J Balvin "Ritmo (Bad Boys for Life)"
26.4 Adam Lambert & Katie Kadan "Believe"
26.5 Yolanda Adams & Rose Short "In the Midst of It All"
26.6 Kat Hammock, Marybeth Byrd, Gracee Shriver, & Cali Wilson "Neon Moon"
26.7 Dua Lipa "Don't Start Now"
26.8 Gary Clark Jr. & Ricky Duran "Pearl Cadillac"
26.9 Maelyn Jarmon "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"
26.10 Little Big Town & Jake Hoot "Over Drinking"
26.11 Jennifer Hudson "Memory"
26.12 Hello Sunday, Myracle Holloway, & Joana Martinez "You Keep Me Hangin' On"
26.13 Luke Combs "Even Though I'm Leaving"

Elimination chart[edit]

Overall[edit]

Color key
Artist's info
Result details
Live Show Results per week
Artists Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Jake Hoot Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Ricky Duran Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Katie Kadan Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 3rd Place
Rose Short Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 4th Place
Kat Hammock Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 5)
Hello Sunday Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Will Breman Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Marybeth Byrd Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Joana Martinez Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 4)
Shane Q Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Myracle Holloway Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 3)
Max Boyle Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 2)
Cali Wilson Safe Eliminated
Alex Guthrie Eliminated Eliminated (Week 1)
Jake HaldenVang Eliminated
Gracee Shriver Eliminated
Ricky Braddy Eliminated
Damali Eliminated
Kyndal Inskeep Eliminated
Khalea Lynee Eliminated

Teams[edit]

Color key
Artist's info
Results details
Artist Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Jake Hoot Public's vote Advanced Advanced AdvancedCheck mark.svg AdvancedCheck mark.svg WinnerCheck mark.svgCheck mark.svgCheck mark.svg
Hello Sunday Public's vote Advanced Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Shane Q Coach's choice Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Max Boyle Public's vote Eliminated
Damali Eliminated
Rose Short Public's vote Advanced Advanced Advanced AdvancedCheck mark.svg Fourth place
Joana Martinez Public's vote Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Myracle Holloway Coach's choice Advanced Eliminated
Jake HaldenVang Eliminated
Kyndal Inskeep Eliminated
Katie Kadan Public's vote Advanced Advanced AdvancedCheck mark.svg Advanced Third placeCheck mark.svgCheck mark.svg
Will Breman Coach's choice Advanced Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Marybeth Byrd Public's vote Advanced Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Alex Guthrie Eliminated
Khalea Lynee Eliminated
Ricky Duran Public's vote Advanced Advanced Advanced AdvancedCheck mark.svg Runner-upCheck mark.svg
Kat Hammock Public's vote Advanced Advanced Advanced Eliminated
Cali Wilson Coach's choice Eliminated
Gracee Shriver Eliminated
Ricky Braddy Eliminated

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

Ratings[edit]

No. Title Air date Timeslot (ET) Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
1 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 1" September 23, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.7/8 8.43[18]
2 "The Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2" September 24, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.6/8 8.12[19]
3 "The Blind Auditions, Part 3" September 30, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.5/7 8.94[20]
4 "The Blind Auditions, Part 4" October 1, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.6/8 9.09[21]
5 "The Blind Auditions, Part 5" October 7, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.5/7 8.42[22]
6 "The Blind Auditions, Part 6" October 8, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.5/8 8.14[23]
7 "The Blinds End / The Battles Begin" October 14, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.4/6 7.46[24]
8 "The Battles, Part 2" October 15, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.3/6 7.95[25]
9 "The Battles, Part 3" October 21, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.3/6 8.94[26]
10 "The Battles, Part 4" October 22, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.3/6 9.07[27]
11 "The Battles, Part 5 / The Knockouts Premiere" October 28, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.5/6 8.88[28]
12 "The Knockouts Premiere, Part 2" October 29, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.2/6 7.34[29]
13 "The Knockouts, Part 3" November 4, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.3/6 7.98[30]
14 "The Knockouts, Part 4" November 5, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.3/6 8.65[31]
15 "Live Playoffs Top 20" November 11, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.2/5 7.53[32]
16 "Live Playoffs Top 20 Eliminations" November 12, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.3/6 7.50[33]
17 "Live Top 13 Performances" November 18, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.2/5 7.68[34]
18 "Live Top 13 Eliminations" November 19, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.3/7 8.25[35]
19 "Live Top 11 Performances" November 25, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.1/5 7.33[36]
20 "Live Top 11 Eliminations" November 26, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.1/6 7.87[37]
21 "Live Top 10 Performances" December 2, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.1/5 8.03[38]
22 "Live Top 10 Eliminations" December 3, 2019 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 1.0/5 6.44[39]
23 "Live Top 8 Semi-Final Performances" December 9, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.2/5 8.22[40]
24 "Live Top 8 Semi-Final EIiminations" December 10, 2019 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 1.2/6 8.31[41]
25 "Live Finale, Part 1" December 16, 2019 Monday 8:00 p.m. 1.2/6 8.80[42]
26 "Live Finale, Part 2" December 17, 2019 Tuesday 9:00 p.m. 1.3/7 8.66[43]

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