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The Voice (American season 17)

Season of television series

Season of television series

The seventeenth season of the American reality television showThe 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 seasons, respectively. Gwen Stefani, who last coached in the twelfth will breman the voice in 2017, returned after a four season-hiatus, replacing Adam Levine. With Levine's departure, Shelton serves as u of m dearborn library 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 Kelly Clarkson's third win will breman the voice a coach. Also, Hoot became the second winner in the show’s history to have been a one-chair turn in the Blind Auditions.

Dane Mautone of Dane & Stephanie became the American version's second openly transgender contestant (after season 14's Angel Bonilla) and first transgender male.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

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 having only one Knockout steal instead of a steal and a save. For the first time, the coaches had will breman the voice steal and one save in the Battles instead of the usual two steals like in the prior seasons.[5] This is the last season to date to have the iTunes bonus multiplier during the live shows.[6][7]

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.[8]

Taylor Swift served as a “mega-mentor” for all teams during the Knockouts. She had previously mentored in the show's seventh season.[9]

Teams[edit]

Color key
  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Eliminated in the Live Shows
  •   Eliminated in the Live Playoffs
  •   Stolen in the Knockout rounds
  •   Eliminated in the Knockout rounds
  •   Stolen in the Battle rounds
  •   Eliminated in the Battle rounds

Coaches Top 48 artists
Kelly Clarkson
Jake HootHello Sunday Shane Q Max BoyleDamali Gutierrez
Kiara BrownMelinda Rodriguez
Brooke Stephenson Brennan Lassiter Steve Knill Injoy Fountain
Gwen Stefani
Rose Short Joana MartinezMyracle Holloway Jake HaldenVang Kyndal Inskeep
Calvin Lockett Royce Lovett Destiny RayneJessie Lawrence
Brennen Henson Caroline Reilly Elise Azkoul
John Legend
Katie Kadan Will Breman Marybeth Byrd Alex GuthrieKhalea Lynee
Preston C. Howell Zoe UpkinsJames Violet
Mendeleyev Dane & Stephanie Jared Herzog Matt New
Blake Shelton
Ricky DuranKat Hammock Cali Wilson Gracee ShriverRicky Braddy
Zach Bridges Lauren HallMarina ChelloJordan 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 (September 23)[edit]

The coaches are joined by Carson Daly on guitar for an intimate performance of ‘90s hit "More Than Words" to kick off the season.[10]

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 CJ Washington 29 Sacramento, California"Tired of Being Alone"
10 Timmy Hood 19 Lenox Township, Michigan"Make It Rain"
11 Marina Chello 37 Plainview, New York"Walk Me Home"
12 Kyndal Inskeep 22 Indianapolis, Indiana"Never Been to Spain"

Episode 2 (September 24)[edit]

Episode 3 (September 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 Hoot30 Cookeville, Tennessee"When It Rains It Pours"
3 Calvin Lockett 25 Durham, North Carolina"Just My Imagination"
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"

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Episode 5 (October 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 Duran29 Worcester, Massachusetts"River“

Episode 6 (October 8)[edit]

Episode 7 (October 14)[edit]

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.[11] 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, October 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 N/A
Kelly Clarkson 3 Shane Q "Too Good at Goodbyes" Melinda Rodriguez      
Episode 8
(Tuesday, October 15, 2019)
Kelly Clarkson 1 Alex Guthrie "Home" Injoy Fountain N/A
Gwen Stefani 2 Myracle Holloway "Breathin" Elise Azkoul N/A
John Legend 3 Max Boyle "Let Me Love You" Matt New N/A
Blake Shelton 4 Cali Wilson "Miss Me More" Elliemae N/A
John Legend 5 Katie Kadan "Tiny Dancer" Destiny Rayne    N/A   
Episode 9
(Monday, October 21, 2019)
John Legend 1 Will Breman "Treat You Better" Jared Herzog N/A
Blake Shelton 2 Ricky Duran"Valerie" Marina Chello      
Kelly Clarkson 3 Jake Hoot"Always on My Mind" Steve Knill N/A
4 Gracee Shriver "Blue Ain't Your Color" Brennan Lassiter
5 Damali Gutierrez "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 N/A
Gwen Stefani 8 Kyndal Inskeep "I Could Use a Love Song" James Violet      
Episode 10
(Tuesday, October 22, 2019)
Blake Shelton 1 Zach Bridges "Should've Been a Cowboy" Cory Jackson Team full Team full N/A
John Legend 2 Marybeth Byrd "Burning House" Dane & Stephanie
Gwen Stefani 3 Rose Short "Can't Feel My Face" Jessie Lawrence      
Episode 11
(Monday, October 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 N/A
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.[12]

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

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.

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.[13]

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 will breman the voice 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.

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.

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.[14]

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.[15]

Week 5: Semifinals will breman the voice 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.[16]

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.[17]

With the elimination of Kat Hammock, this was the first time since the eleventh season arthur state bank jobs Blake Shelton has not had two or citizens bank narragansett stop and shop artists in the finale. In addition, this was the first time since the tenth season that all four coaches were represented in the finale.

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).[18] 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.[19]

Elimination chart[edit]

Overall[edit]

Color key
Artist's info
  •   Team Kelly
  •   Team Gwen
  •   Team Legend
  •   Team Blake

Result details
  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Saved by Instant Save (via Voice App)
  •   Saved by the public
  •   Saved by his/her coach
  •   Saved by Wild Card (via Voice App)
  •   Eliminated

Artists Week 1 Playoffs Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Finale
Jake HootSafe Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Ricky DuranSafe 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 Gutierrez Eliminated
Kyndal Inskeep Eliminated
Khalea Lynee Eliminated

Teams[edit]

Color key
Artist's info
  •   Team Kelly
  •   Team Gwen
  •   Team Legend
  •   Team Blake

Results details
  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
  •   Fourth place
  •   Eliminated
  •   Saved by Instant Save (via Voice App)
  •   Saved by Wild Card (via Voice App)
  •   Artist had the most streams of the night and received Apple Music bonus that week
  • ☑.svg  Number of performances reached Top 10 on iTunes

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

Ratings[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^"When Does The Voice Return for Season 17?

    The Voice: Does John Legend Already Have Season 17's Strongest Competitors?

    With Adam Levine out as a coach and Gwen Stefani back in, Season 17 has shifted the dynamic of The Voice. Shifting dynamics can often mean power shifts, though it's hard to ever count out EGOT winner John Legend as a front-runner especially after his win with Maelyn Jarmon in Season 16. Now we may be only real estate online classes sc episode into the new season, but it already appears Chrissy Teigen's husband has nabbed two future front runners in the competition.

    It all started with Katie Kadan who opened up Season 17 with a voice Kelly Clarkson compared to Alabama Shakes front-woman Brittany Howard. Kadan kicked off The Voice with a stunning rendition of Aretha Franklin's "Baby I Love You," and got the attention of the coaches real quick.

    While it seemed like Katie Kadan wanted to go with coach Kelly Clarkson, an early block by Blake Shelton took her out of the race. Shelton didn't seem to have much of a chance to begin with, but blocking Clarkson only made the scorned coach advocate against him further and throw all support to Gwen Stefani and John Legend. Legend ended up getting the pick, and the Season 17 contestant who has the strongest voice of the competition so far.

    The wins didn't stop there for Team Legend either. It's hard to put any contestant in Part One of the Season 17 premiere above Katie Kadan in terms of voice strength, but it's fair to say John Legend also managed will breman the voice snag one of the most creative acts of the evening. I'm talking of course about Will Breman, who went on The Voice and delivered a truly funky version of The Spice Girls' "Say You'll Be There."

    Oh yeah, Will Breman also did a rocking duet of John Legend's "Ordinary People" with the coach, which all but assured he was going to pick him over Gwen Stefani. Sorry Gwen, but when you're gonna keep bending Blake Shelton to your will, it's only fair that other coaches play a little dirty by offering to croon alongside the singers they want on their team.

    Plus, the fact that Will Breman rose to the occasion on the spot and was able to sync up with John Legend so well is proof positive there's something special about The Voice contestant. The only unfortunate problem Legend will face now is if Breman and Kadan are forced to go head to head and he ends up losing one of them to one of the other coaches. We already know Kelly Clarkson is jumping at the chance to steal Kadan!

    The Voice's Kelly Clarkson Finally Explains Why She Has A Talk Show

    The Voice premiere continues on NBC Tuesday, September 24 at 8:00 p.m. ET. Continue to stick with CinemaBlend for updates on the competition, and for the latest on what's happening in television as the fall season is officially underway!

    Mick likes good television, but also reality television. He grew up on Star Wars, DC, Marvel, and pro wrestling and loves to discuss and dissect most of it. He’s been writing online for over a decade and never dreamed he’d be in the position he is today.

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    Will Breman of Team John Legend stripped things down on “The Voice” stage during Monday’s Top 13 show with his performance of “I Won’t Give Up.” Will chose a vulnerable song for this round, dedicating the Jason Mraz hit to his mother, who never gave up on him after his Asperger’s syndrome was diagnosed when he was just a child. Could the blue-haired fan favorite survive this week’s cut and make it into the Top 11 of Season 17? Watch “The Voice” performance video above.

    SEEMyracle Holloway takes on Whitney Houston classic during ‘The Voice’ Top 13 show: ‘It was incredible,’ raves Gwen Stefani [WATCH]

    “I’m so proud of you, Will,” John told his artist from Santa Barbara, California. “Every week you show us new sides of you. I wanted people to see you being will breman the voice little more vulnerable. The passion you showed — the emotion, the connection you showed to the song — it was really, really beautiful. I loved feeling that you were about to break. That energy just was like exuding from you. It was so powerful. What a great performance.”

    Rival coach Blake Shelton chimed in, “Every time you get on stage I’m amazed at how connected you are to the song that you’re singing. It’s actually unbelievable.” He brought up how “shocked” he was last week when America didn’t advance Will through, resulting in John having to save him. Blake doesn’t see that happening this week.

    SEE Kelly Clarkson thinks Max Boyle has ‘superhuman’ powers following his ‘The Voice’ performance of ‘Unaware’ [WATCH]

    In his “The Voice” live blog, our recapper Denton Davidson had this to say about the performance: “Team Legend’s passionate singer-songwriter Will Breman is up next dedicating ‘I Won’t Give Up’ by Jason Mraz to his mother. She never gave up on him when he was diagnosed with asperger’s syndrome in middle school. This song shows a more vulnerable side to Will and even though he was nearly eliminated last week, John still believes Will can win this show. Will appears on the stage solo with no instrument this week. It’s refreshing to hear him simply crooning on a nice ballad and he still has that signature stage presence we’ve become accustomed to from him. When he hits the chorus his voice sort of falls apart and he screams his way through it while running all over the stage. The coaches seem thrilled by this performance and give him a standing ovation but I’m not impressed. Blake finds Will’s connection to the music to be an unbelievable gift. John loves the passion and emotion Will gave the song.”

    SEEexclusive predictions: Who will win ‘The Voice’?

    Be sure to make your predictions to influence our reality TV racetrack odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before the next episode airs on NBC. You’ll compete to win a spot on our Season 17 leaderboard and a $100 Amazon gift card. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.

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    ‘The Voice’: Amazing Autistic Singer Inspires John Legend To Perform An Impromptu Duet

    John Legend is no ordinary duet partner!

    The singer and his fellow coaches kicked off “The Voice” season 17 on Monday, and one of the hopefuls was so good, Legend had to get up and perform alongside him.

    Will Bremen, a 25-year-old singer and guitar player, opened up in his introductory package about how performing and busking around his hometown of Santa Barbara, California, has helped him deal with his Asperger’s syndrome.

    “I’m on the autism spectrum, I had pretty limited interests,” he explained. “It was hard not having a lot of friends growing up. I got told by some people that I wouldn’t amount to much. Music became my biggest solace, and helped me express my feelings in a way that would otherwise not come naturally to me.”

    Bremen’s talent was impossible to ignore during his blind audition — where he put a fresh, soulful spin on the Spice Girls’ “Say You’ll Be There.” Legend and Gwen Stefani both turned their chairs to welcome him on their team, and while the singer said he was a No Doubt fan when asked about his musical inspirations, he named Legend as one of the majors.

    “I’m standing in front of him,” he marvelled. “You know, John Legend is one of those huge influences for me. I grew up listening to ‘Ordinary People.'”

    Legend asked him to perform a little bit of his 2004 hit, and when Bremen paused, he jumped up to join him. “We’ll sing it together!”

    The pair launched into the song, showing off Legend’s obvious skills and more of Bremen’s impressive talents as they harmonized together. And of course, there was really no hope for Stefani, as the singer picked Team John.

    “I love Will, he’s so creative,” Legend said after the audition. “He reminded me of Bruno Mars in some ways, just being versatile. He could really be a successful artist.”

    Earlier this month, ET’s Keltie Knight sat down with all of “The Voice” coaches as they prepared to kick off season 17 — with Legend as a returning champion.

    “But I’m not resting on my laurels,” he warned. “We gotta go out and try to prove ourselves every time.”

    See more from the interview in the video below. “The Voice” airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

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    The Voice: Will Breman makes coach John Legend proud with live cover of Taylor Swift's hit Style

    Will Breman blew away the coaches on The Voice's live playoffs Monday as the show began to whittle the top 20 singers down to 13.

    The 25-year-old singer from Santa Barbara, California, did a jazzy, improvisational version of Taylor Swift's Style that was barely recognizable, but impressively unique.

    'Will is so electric, his energy onstage is contagious,' his coach, John Legend, 40, said earlier of the young man, with whom he had sung onstage in the blind auditions.

    Proud coach: John Legend was a proud coach after his singer Will Breman did a jazzy, improvisational version of Taylor Swift's Style on Monday's episode of The Voice

    Proud coach: John Legend was a proud coach after his singer Will Breman did a jazzy, improvisational version of Taylor Swift's Style on Monday's episode of The Voice

    Will had been open with viewers about having grown up with Aspergers' syndrome, saying 'people don't necessarily understand me at first.'

    'To have one of walmart money card official site biggest musical idols in my corner, it's insane,' he added, referring to John. 'I really can't put it into words.'

    After his incredible performance at the playoffs, Will earned a standing ovation from all four coaches, which made him shout out with joy, eliciting cheers from the audience.

    'That was amazing,' said Kelly Clarkson, 37, looking completely stunned as he finished singing. 'You just won The Voice, the artist, the rad human. You won it all. So good!'

    Unique rendition: Will impressed the judges with his jazzy rendition of Style

    Unique rendition: Will impressed the judges with his jazzy rendition of Style

    Blown away: Kelly Clarkson, Gwen Stefani, John and Blake Shelton were blown away by Will

    Blown away: Kelly Clarkson, Gwen Stefani, John and Blake Shelton were blown away by Will

    John was proud of his will breman the voice member, saying: 'I just feel so lucky I get grow financial credit union columbia sc work with you, Will, because you're so musical, you're so inventive, you have so much charisma, you're such a personality, you're a true artist, drive in movies san jose hours it's a joy to watch you perform.'

    Kelly also had a proud moment with her performer, Max Boyle, 23, whom she had stolen from John's team and she had a confession to make.

    'I capital one 360 credit card sign in never recorded a rehearsal on The Voice,' she said. 'And I listened to you last night before I went to bed. 'Cause you are so talented, Max. I knew you were talented, but in rehearsal, I was like, ''You're so, so gifted.'' There's no way you're not going all the way.'

    Killed it: Kelly also had a proud moment with her performer, Max Boyle, 23, whom she had stolen from John's team

    Killed it: Kelly also had a proud moment with her performer, Max Boyle, 23, whom she had stolen from John's team

    The Toledo-born singer's cover of Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova's Falling Slowly drew a standing ovation from all four judges.

    Kelly compared his falsetto to Justin Timberlake and Jeff Buckley, calling him her 'superman.'

    Blake Shelton, 43, also had a real contender in Kat Hammock, 18, from Encinitas, California.

    Real contender: Blake Shelton, 43, also had a real contender in Kat Hammock, 18, from Encinitas, California

    Real contender: Blake Shelton, 43, also had a real contender in Kat Hammock, 18, from Encinitas, California

    She blew the coaches away with her mesmerizing rendition of the Beach Boys song God Only Knows.

    'You're so lucky,' Gwen Stefani, 50, told Blake, as the coaches stood up for Kat. 'I'm so jealous.'

    'I've known about this from the first time I heard your voice,' Blake reminded his singer, calling her 'one of the most unique human beings I have ever worked with on this show.'

    So lucky: Gwen told her boyfriend Blake that he was lucky to have Kat

    So lucky: Gwen told her boyfriend Blake that he was lucky to have Kat

    'America, if she does not get voted through tomorrow, you need your head examined,' he added.

    The show suffered from technical issues during the night, with the mic going out at the beginning of a set for another one of John's artists, Amazon store card login page Byrd, 18.

    The 'talented vocalist' from F to celcius, Arkansas remained 'poised and so in control,' as John had described her, with everyone glued to her cover of Ellie Goulding's Love Me Like You Do.

    Technical issues: The show suffered from technical issues during the night, with the mic going out at the beginning of a set for another one of John's artists, Marybeth Byrd, 18

    Technical issues: The show suffered from technical issues during the night, with the mic going out at the beginning of a set for another one of John's artists, Marybeth Byrd, 18

    She also got a full standing ovation, singing so beautifully it 'erased anything besides romantic movies on amazon prime said Blake, who called it 'one of my favorite performances of the night.'

    'Marybeth you just shocked me,' John added. 'Tonight was head and shoulders above anything that you've done.'

    On Blake's team, Gracee Shriver, 17, from Owasso, Oklahoma, was forced to ditch her guitar at the last second, for unknown reasons.

    Teen talent: On Blake's team, Gracee Shriver, 17, from Owasso, Oklahoma, was forced to ditch her guitar at the last second, for unknown reasons.

    Teen talent: On Blake's team, Gracee Shriver, 17, from Owasso, Oklahoma, was forced to ditch her guitar at the last second, for unknown reasons.

    She still impressed everyone with what her former coach Kelly called her 'stellar storyteller voice' on Lady Antebellum's American Honey.

    Team Blake's singers opened the show, and like everyone else, the six-time show champion thought he had a good chance at winning again.

    'Team Blake is dominance,' he said. 'Every one on my team has a chance to make it into the finale.'

    Ricky Duran, 29, from Austin, kicked off the evening with a rendition of John Mellencamp's Small Town, which had Gwen first commerce bank corpus christi him 'a professional pop star.'

    First up: Ricky Duran, 29, from Austin, kicked off the evening with a rendition of John Mellencamp's Small Town, which had Gwen calling him 'a professional pop star'

    First up: Ricky Duran, 29, from Austin, kicked off the evening with a rendition of John Mellencamp's Small Town, which had Gwen calling him 'a professional pop star'

    'Every time Ricky gets on that stage, I know he's going to kill it,' said Blake, as John called him his favorite on Blake's team.

    Nashville's Cali Wilson, 28, 'knew how to take ideas and do it her own way,' her coach said.

    Her deep-voiced cover of Britney Spears' Toxic drew mixed, but polite, reactions.

    Own style: Nashville's Cali Wilson, 28, 'knew how to take ideas and do it her own way,' her coach said

    Own style: Nashville's Cali Wilson, 28, 'knew how to take ideas and do it her own way,' her coach said

    'Wow, Cali, after the last round's performance of [Chris Isaak's] Wicked Game, I never would have predicted that that would be your next performance,' said John. 'It was really different.'

    'I want everybody to know that that version of the song, that's her invention,' Blake revealed.

    Ricky Braddy, 36, from Nashville, then sang Steve Winwood's Roll With It, which had Blake praising the will breman the voice and 'power' of his vocals.

    Power vocals: Ricky Braddy, 36, from Nashville, then sang Steve Winwood's Roll With It, which had Blake praising the 'energy' and 'power' of his vocals

    Power vocals: Ricky Braddy, 36, from Nashville, then sang Steve Winwood's Roll With It, which had Blake praising the 'energy' and 'power' of his vocals

    Team Gwen was full of what their coach described as 'very lovable human beings.'

    'I'm back and this is my season to win,' she announced.

    First in her roster was Rose Short, 34, from Killeen, Texas, whom Gwen called a 'major threat' and 'magical person,' and John described as 'a frontrunner.'

    Show frontrunner: First in Gwen's roster was Rose Short, 34, from Killeen, Texas, whom her coach called a 'major threat' and 'magical person,' and John described as 'a frontrunner'

    Show frontrunner: First in Gwen's roster was Rose Short, 34, from Killeen, Texas, whom her coach called a 'major threat' and 'magical person,' and John described as 'a frontrunner'

    The coaches adored Rose's sexy, funky version of Janet Jackson's What Have You Done for Me Lately?, which had Kelly, Gwen and John dancing out of their seats.

    Rose earned a standing ovation, and Kelly said: 'You're not even on my team, I can't even sit north carolina central university durham That was so sexy… on top of the fact that that was a hell of a performance.'

    'I'm so proud of you,' Gwen cheered the woman, styled to look like Janet herself. 'I'm so proud to know you. Like, I can't believe you are actually on my team.'

    Standing ovation: The coaches adored Rose's sexy, funky version of Janet Jackson's What Have You Done for Me Lately? and gave her a standing ovation

    Standing ovation: The coaches adored Rose's sexy, funky version of Janet Jackson's What Have You Done for Me Lately? and gave her a standing ovation

    Kyndal Inskeep, 22, from Nashville, had the clear potential to be an alt-country superstar, with Gwen noting: 'She just has so much style to her voice.'

    Her cover of Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber's 10,000 Hours wowed John with its 'golden tones,' and he noted, 'I don't think anyone else on the competition sounds exactly like you.'

    Joana Martinez, 15, from Miami, sang Bebe Rexha's You Can't Stop the Girl, which recalled Gwen's early comment that 'the technical side of her voice is crazy.'

    Superstar potential: Kyndal Inskeep, 22, <a href=woodsville guaranty savings bank locations Nashville, had the clear potential to be an alt-country superstar, with Gwen noting: 'She just has so much style to her voice'">

    Superstar potential: Kyndal Inskeep, 22, from Nashville, had the clear potential to be an alt-country superstar, with Gwen noting: 'She just has so much style to her voice'

    The coach had stolen Joana from her boyfriend Blake's team, and it was a good get—Joana was confident and expressive in a way that belied her youth.

    She also scored a standing ovation, with Blake saying, 'I knew this was gonna happen, and I'm happy for you—I'm happy that you make me regret letting you go.'

    'I've done some stupid things in my life, but that may be one of the stupidest.'

    Hit show: Kelly, Gwen, John and Blake are the judges for season 17 of the NBC show

    Hit show: Kelly, Gwen, John and Blake are the judges for season 17 of the NBC show

    'Blake, that's our little girl,' Gwen cried, before going on to compliment Joana's vocal.

    R&B singer Myracle Holloway, 44, from Los Angeles, CA, held the audience in awe with Oleta Adams' Get Here, playing to one of her chief strengths.

    'She is able to connect with her feelings and really open up to people,' Gwen noted before Myracle earned a standing ovation.

    Fan favorite: R&B singer Myracle Holloway, 44, from Los Angeles, CA, held the audience in awe with Oleta Adams' Get Here

    Fan favorite: R&B singer Myracle Holloway, 44, from Los Angeles, CA, held the audience in awe with Oleta Adams' Get Here

    Bluesy rocker Jake HaldenVang, 24, from Fort Mill, SC, was an 'incredible singer,' according to Gwen, and he surprised the crowd with a sensitive cover of Adele's Turning Tables.

    'Your voice, man, it's soulful, it's rock and roll, it's singer-songwriter, there's literally a bit of everything in you,' Kelly said.

    She called this her 'best season of singers,' saying that everyone she had was 'so gifted, and just flooring me.'

    Sensitive cover: Bluesy rocker Jake HaldenVang, 24, from Fort Mill, SC, was an 'incredible singer,' according to Gwen, and he surprised the crowd with a sensitive cover of Adele's Turning Table

    Sensitive cover: Bluesy rocker Jake HaldenVang, 24, from Fort Mill, SC, was an 'incredible singer,' according to Gwen, and he surprised the crowd with a sensitive cover of Adele's Turning Table

    'My team is just so good,' Kelly boasted. 'We are the front runner this season.'

    Out of the gate, her contestant Shane Q, 28, from Sacramento, California, flubbed the first line of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons' Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You.

    He still went on to fulfill Kelly's promise that he would be 'one of those singers that's undeniable,' which had made her predict that he would be in the finals.

    Rough start: Shane Q, 28, from Sacramento, California, flubbed the first line of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons' Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You

    Rough start: Shane Q, 28, from Sacramento, California, flubbed the first line of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons' Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You

    'You're probably sick of hearing compliments from all of us, but you're going to be around this show for a while, there is no doubt about it,' Blake said.

    Hello Sunday's cover of Adele's Hello, which they turned into a duet, was inventive but often fell out of tune as they got comfortable with being onstage.

    Their 'sister-like vibe and harmony' made them a 'powerhouse duo,' Kelly said, as show mega-mentor Taylor Swift was shown crying during their knockout round rehearsal.

    Dynamic duo: Hello Sunday's cover of Adele's Hello, which they turned into a duet, was inventive but often fell out of tune as they got comfortable with being onstage

    Dynamic duo: Hello Sunday's cover of Adele's Hello, which they turned into a duet, was inventive but often fell out of tune as they got comfortable with being onstage

    'All I can think of is my son Kingston singing Green Day in the shower, and he's 13,' Gwen told the duo's singers, Chelsea, 13, and Myla, 14, from Atlanta, GA. 'You guys are incredible.'

    Kelly acknowledged their problems with pitch, saying: 'It was a bold song to pick… Even though sometimes you start shaky, you build, and you get to this beautiful, magnificent place.'

    Damali, 16, from Norwalk, California, was the 'dark horse' on her team, Kelly suggested: 'Her voice is so pure, but raw.'

    Teen talent: Damali, 16, from Norwalk, California, was the 'dark horse' on Kelly's team

    Teen talent: Damali, 16, from Norwalk, California, was the 'dark horse' on Kelly's team

    Her performance of Lauren Daigle's You Say was also a little off-key, but she recovered.

    John said he loved the way she used small gestures to communicate the emotion of the song, noting, 'You are fully telling the story and your voice sounds wonderful.'

    'I think you have no idea how much you're capable of,' Kelly said, as Damali teared up. 'Girl, you need to believe more in yourself, because you are incredibly gifted.'

    Kelly's last artist was Jake Hoot, 30, from Cookeville, Tennessee, whom she called 'a one-chair turn and one of the best country singers ever on this show.'

    Last artist: Kelly's last artist was Jake Hoot, 30, from Cookeville, Tennessee, whom she called 'a one-chair turn and one of the best country singers ever on this show'

    Last artist: Kelly's last artist was Jake Hoot, 30, from Cookeville, Tennessee, whom she called 'a one-chair turn and one of the best country singers ever on this show' 

    His version of Reba McEntire's You Lied had Blake calling it a 'hell of a job,' and saying he 'knocked it out of the park.'

    'You have such a killer range,' Kelly added, saying of the song by Reba, her mother-in-law, 'Not every singer can do what you did.'

    John depicted his own team as 'a really great combination' of soul, rock, and R&B.

    'I'm going for another win,' last season's champ opined. 'I want to win two in a row.'

    Khalea Lynee, 36, a full-time mom who'd put music on the backburner, was described by her coach as a 'gifted, gifted performer' who made everything 'look so easy and sound so easy.'

    Gifted performer: Khalea Lynee, 36, a full-time mom who'd put music on the backburner, took on Love Like This by Faith Evans

    Gifted performer: Khalea Lynee, 36, a full-time mom who'd put music on the backburner, took on Love Like This by Faith Evans

    Her cover of Faith Evans' Love Like This was will breman the voice and soulful, and made her a contender.

    'Hearing her sing, you're like, 'What the world was missing out on!' John noted, praising the St. Petersburg, Florida, singer's 'honey tone' and saying he thought she could win the show.

    Alex Guthrie's 'flexible' voice served him well on Alicia Keys' If I Ain't Got You, which made Kelly feel 'bummed,' as John had stolen the 25-year-old from her team.

    She thought the Marietta, Georgia, native would end up in the finale, and John agreed.

    Bold song: Alex Guthrie's 'flexible' voice served him well on Alicia Keys' If I Ain't Got You

    Bold song: Alex Guthrie's 'flexible' voice served him well on Alicia Keys' If I Ain't Got You

    Chicago artist Katie Kadan, 38, accompanied herself on keyboard for Lady Gaga's Always Remember Us This Way, from A Star is Born.

    'We knew you had the power, but those tender moments were so beautiful tonight,' John said.

    The Voice will return on Tuesday on NBC with the results of viewer voting. 

    On piano: Chicago artist Katie Kadan, 38, accompanied herself on keyboard for Lady Gaga's Always Remember Us This Way, from A Star is Born

    On piano: Chicago artist Katie Kadan, 38, accompanied herself on keyboard for Lady Gaga's Always Remember Us This Way, from A Star is Born

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