History Series / TheVoice

26th May '16 3:33:35 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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For the American series, Season 1 ran from April 26, 2011 to June 29, 2011 with Team Adam's Javier Colon winning. Season 2 began on February 5, 2012 and ended May 8, 2012 with Team Blake's Jermaine Paul taking the win. Season 3 started on September 10, 2012 and ended on December 18, 2012 with Team Blake's Cassadee Pope becoming the first female winner of the show (and Blake Shelton his second consecutive season win as a coach). Season 4 began on March 25, 2013 and ended on June 18, 2013, with 16-year-old country singer Danielle Bradbery giving Shelton his third consecutive victory. Bradbery almost became [[TeenIdol the show's youngest victor]]. Season 5 started on September 23, 2013 and ended on December 17, 2013 with Jamaican reggae powerhouse Tessanne Chin giving Levine his second win. Season 6 started on February 24, 2014 and ended on May 20, 2014 with bespectacled soul singer Josh Kaufman giving Usher his first win. Kaufman also became the show's oldest winner, at 38. Season 7 started on September 22, 2014 and ended on December 16, 2014 with Southern rocker Craig Wayne Boyd giving Shelton his fourth win. Season 8 started on February 23, 2015 and ended on May 19, 2015 with folk rocker Sawyer Fredericks giving Williams his first win and tying Bradbery for the title of youngest victor. Season 9 started on September 21, 2015 and ended on December 15, 2015 with pop powerhouse Jordan Smith giving Levine his third win. Season 10 started on February 29, 2016 and ended on May 24, 2016 with pop powerhouse and former child actress Alisan Porter giving Aguilera her first win.

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For the American series, Season 1 ran from April 26, 2011 to June 29, 2011 with Team Adam's Javier Colon winning. Season 2 began on February 5, 2012 and ended May 8, 2012 with Team Blake's Jermaine Paul taking the win. Season 3 started on September 10, 2012 and ended on December 18, 2012 with Team Blake's Cassadee Pope becoming the first female winner of the show (and Blake Shelton his second consecutive season win as a coach). Season 4 began on March 25, 2013 and ended on June 18, 2013, with 16-year-old country singer Danielle Bradbery giving Shelton his third consecutive victory. Bradbery almost became [[TeenIdol the show's youngest victor]]. Season 5 started on September 23, 2013 and ended on December 17, 2013 with Jamaican reggae powerhouse Tessanne Chin giving Levine his second win. Season 6 started on February 24, 2014 and ended on May 20, 2014 with bespectacled soul singer Josh Kaufman giving Usher his first win. Kaufman also became the show's oldest winner, at 38. Season 7 started on September 22, 2014 and ended on December 16, 2014 with Southern rocker Craig Wayne Boyd giving Shelton his fourth win. Season 8 started on February 23, 2015 and ended on May 19, 2015 with folk rocker Sawyer Fredericks giving Williams his first win and tying Bradbery for the title of youngest victor. Season 9 started on September 21, 2015 and ended on December 15, 2015 with pop powerhouse Jordan Smith giving Levine his third win. Season 10 started on February 29, 2016 and ended on May 24, 2016 with pop powerhouse vocalist and former child actress Alisan Porter giving Aguilera her first win.
25th May '16 9:50:38 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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For the American series, Season 1 ran from April 26, 2011 to June 29, 2011 with Team Adam's Javier Colon winning. Season 2 began on February 5, 2012 and ended May 8, 2012 with Team Blake's Jermaine Paul taking the win. Season 3 started on September 10, 2012 and ended on December 18, 2012 with Team Blake's Cassadee Pope becoming the first female winner of the show (and Blake Shelton his second consecutive season win as a coach). Season 4 began on March 25, 2013 and ended on June 18, 2013, with 16-year-old country singer Danielle Bradbery giving Shelton his third consecutive victory. Bradbery almost became [[TeenIdol the show's youngest victor]]. Season 5 started on September 23, 2013 and ended on December 17, 2013 with Jamaican reggae powerhouse Tessanne Chin giving Levine his second win. Season 6 started on February 24, 2014 and ended on May 20, 2014 with bespectacled soul singer Josh Kaufman giving Usher his first win. Kaufman also became the show's oldest winner, at 38. Season 7 started on September 22, 2014 and ended on December 16, 2014 with Southern rocker Craig Wayne Boyd giving Shelton his fourth win. Season 8 started on February 23, 2015 and ended on May 19, 2015 with folk rocker Sawyer Fredericks giving Williams his first win and tying Bradbery for the title of youngest victor. Season 9 started on September 21, 2015 and ended on December 15, 2015 with pop powerhouse Jordan Smith giving Levine his third win.

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For the American series, Season 1 ran from April 26, 2011 to June 29, 2011 with Team Adam's Javier Colon winning. Season 2 began on February 5, 2012 and ended May 8, 2012 with Team Blake's Jermaine Paul taking the win. Season 3 started on September 10, 2012 and ended on December 18, 2012 with Team Blake's Cassadee Pope becoming the first female winner of the show (and Blake Shelton his second consecutive season win as a coach). Season 4 began on March 25, 2013 and ended on June 18, 2013, with 16-year-old country singer Danielle Bradbery giving Shelton his third consecutive victory. Bradbery almost became [[TeenIdol the show's youngest victor]]. Season 5 started on September 23, 2013 and ended on December 17, 2013 with Jamaican reggae powerhouse Tessanne Chin giving Levine his second win. Season 6 started on February 24, 2014 and ended on May 20, 2014 with bespectacled soul singer Josh Kaufman giving Usher his first win. Kaufman also became the show's oldest winner, at 38. Season 7 started on September 22, 2014 and ended on December 16, 2014 with Southern rocker Craig Wayne Boyd giving Shelton his fourth win. Season 8 started on February 23, 2015 and ended on May 19, 2015 with folk rocker Sawyer Fredericks giving Williams his first win and tying Bradbery for the title of youngest victor. Season 9 started on September 21, 2015 and ended on December 15, 2015 with pop powerhouse Jordan Smith giving Levine his third win. Season 10 started on February 29, 2016 and ended on May 24, 2016 with pop powerhouse and former child actress Alisan Porter giving Aguilera her first win.
16th May '16 11:11:03 PM thebobmaster1
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** Averted on the American version as of Season 11, with both Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus joining the panel.
26th Mar '16 5:20:33 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* Pharrell Williams: Season Seven to Present

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* Pharrell Williams: Season Seven to PresentTen




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* Music/MileyCyrus: Season Eleven
* Music/AliciaKeys: Season Eleven
20th Mar '16 3:43:41 PM aye_amber
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''The Voice'' is an International TalentShow ([[OlderThanTheyThink based on]] ''The Voice of Holland'', a Dutch talent show) with a twist. Four coaches -- who are, typically, incredibly popular musicians -- are each competing to pick out the best singers, whom they will then train to compete for the overall title… but during the auditions, they are seated with their backs to the stage, forcing them to select solely based on… well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the voice]]. It is shown in [[MultinationalShows multiple countries]] across the world.

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''The Voice'' is an International TalentShow ([[OlderThanTheyThink based on]] ''The Voice of Holland'', a Dutch talent show) with a twist. Four coaches -- who are, typically, incredibly popular musicians -- are each competing to pick out the best singers, whom they will then train to compete for the overall title… but during the auditions, they are seated with their backs to the stage, forcing them to select solely based on… on... well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the voice]]. It is shown in [[MultinationalShows multiple countries]] across the world.



** On the British show the judges are fond of name-dropping the famous singers they know, sometimes as a way of seducing an auditionee onto their team, sometimes just out of habit. Its become a RunningGag that Music/TomJones always wins because he is a LongRunner who knows ''everybody''- he has a particular tendency to reminisce about hanging out with FrankSinatra or ElvisPresley in an AsYouKnow manner. This was lampshaded in one episode of the British series' blind auditions, when Music/TomJones cautioned about dropping too many names and started his advice with, "I was talking to Elvis, that would be Costello, not Presley, and I said, 'Elvis..."

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** On the British show the judges are fond of name-dropping the famous singers they know, sometimes as a way of seducing an auditionee onto their team, sometimes just out of habit. Its It's become a RunningGag that Music/TomJones always wins because he is a LongRunner {{Long Runner|s}} who knows ''everybody''- he has a particular tendency to reminisce about hanging out with FrankSinatra or ElvisPresley in an AsYouKnow manner. This was lampshaded in one episode of the British series' blind auditions, when Music/TomJones cautioned about dropping too many names and started his advice with, "I was talking to Elvis, that would be Costello, not Presley, and I said, 'Elvis..."
16th Mar '16 3:16:21 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** Sometimes the judges don't press the button simply because none of them are familiar with the genre of the singer (e.g. If you are a fantastic operatic singer, you probably won't be picked--you ''can'' be, but its less likely--, purely because none of the judges may know much about opera and would have no idea how to begin coaching you); conversely, in the British series at least, the judges have been reluctant to pick people who are too ''close'' to their own styles, especially if they feel the singer is specifically trying to get their attention by copying them (since the show is about finding your ''own'' [[JustForPun voice]]). They might also not pick you if they already have singers with a similar style to you on their team, even if you are every bit as good (maybe even a bit ''better''). On other occasions, they really do regret not turning, or didn't turn because the singer was more suited to one of the other coaches (who in the end, also did not turn for whatever reason). And they really do prefer to go for people who they think they can do something with, so a singer who not only has a great voice but has already mastered the art really might not get picked for that reason- there is nothing the judges can teach them, and if they can't challenge the singer or give them any direction its not going to be much fun for either of them.

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** Sometimes the judges don't press the button simply because none of them are familiar with the genre of the singer (e.g. If you are a fantastic operatic singer, you probably won't be picked--you ''can'' be, but its it's less likely--, purely likely--purely because none of the judges may know much about opera and would have no idea how to begin coaching you); conversely, in the British series at least, the judges have been reluctant to pick people who are too ''close'' to their own styles, especially if they feel the singer is specifically trying to get their attention by copying them (since the show is about finding your ''own'' [[JustForPun voice]]). They might also not pick you if they already have singers with a similar style to you on their team, even if you are every bit as good (maybe even a bit ''better''). On other occasions, they really do regret not turning, or didn't turn because the singer was more suited to one of the other coaches (who in the end, also did not turn for whatever reason). And they really do prefer to go for people who they think they can do something with, so a singer who not only has a great voice but has already mastered the art really might not get picked for that reason- there is nothing the judges can teach them, and if they can't challenge the singer or give them any direction its not going to be much fun for either of them.
16th Mar '16 3:12:03 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* OfferVoidInNebraska: The fifth season of the American Version introduced the Twitter Instant Save, in which the audience could save one of the bottom three from elimination by using Twitter to vote to save. Unfortunately, due to time zone issues, the show is only really live for people in the Eastern and Central Time Zones. So anyone living in is Mountain or Pacific Time Zones, as well as Alaska and Hawai'i, is SOL.

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* OfferVoidInNebraska: The fifth season of the American Version introduced the Twitter Instant Save, in which the audience could save one of the bottom three from elimination by using Twitter to vote to save. Unfortunately, due to time zone issues, the show is only really live for people in the Eastern and Central Time Zones. So anyone living in is the Mountain or Pacific Time Zones, as well as Alaska and Hawai'i, is SOL.
16th Mar '16 3:08:35 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** Sometimes the judges don't press the button simply because none of them are familiar with the genre of the singer (e.g. If you are a fantastic operatic singer, you probably won't be picked--you ''can'' be, but its less likely-, purely because none of the judges may know much about opera and would have no idea how to begin coaching you); conversely, in the British series at least, the judges have been reluctant to pick people who are too ''close'' to their own styles, especially if they feel the singer is specifically trying to get their attention by copying them (since the show is about finding your ''own'' [[JustForPun voice]]). They might also not pick you if they already have singers with a similar style to you on their team, even if you are every bit as good (maybe even a bit ''better''). On other occasions, they really do regret not turning, or didn't turn because the singer was more suited to one of the other coaches (who in the end, also did not turn for whatever reason). And they really do prefer to go for people who they think they can do something with, so a singer who not only has a great voice but has already mastered the art really might not get picked for that reason- there is nothing the judges can teach them, and if they can't challenge the singer or give them any direction its not going to be much fun for either of them.

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** Sometimes the judges don't press the button simply because none of them are familiar with the genre of the singer (e.g. If you are a fantastic operatic singer, you probably won't be picked--you ''can'' be, but its less likely-, likely--, purely because none of the judges may know much about opera and would have no idea how to begin coaching you); conversely, in the British series at least, the judges have been reluctant to pick people who are too ''close'' to their own styles, especially if they feel the singer is specifically trying to get their attention by copying them (since the show is about finding your ''own'' [[JustForPun voice]]). They might also not pick you if they already have singers with a similar style to you on their team, even if you are every bit as good (maybe even a bit ''better''). On other occasions, they really do regret not turning, or didn't turn because the singer was more suited to one of the other coaches (who in the end, also did not turn for whatever reason). And they really do prefer to go for people who they think they can do something with, so a singer who not only has a great voice but has already mastered the art really might not get picked for that reason- there is nothing the judges can teach them, and if they can't challenge the singer or give them any direction its not going to be much fun for either of them.
16th Mar '16 3:04:23 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** Sometimes the judges don't press the button simply because none of them are familiar with the genre of the singer (eg. if you are a fantastic operatic singer, you probably won't be picked -you ''can'' be, but its less likely-, purely because none of the judges may know much about opera and would have no idea how to begin coaching you); conversely, in the British series at least, the judges have been reluctant to pick people who are too ''close'' to their own styles, especially if they feel the singer is specifically trying to get their attention by copying them (since the show is about finding your ''own'' [[JustForPun voice]]). They might also not pick you if they already have singers with a similar style to you on their team, even if you are every bit as good (maybe even a bit ''better''). On other occasions, they really do regret not turning, or didn't turn because the singer was more suited to one of the other coaches (who in the end, also did not turn for whatever reason). And they really do prefer to go for people who they think they can do something with, so a singer who not only has a great voice but has already mastered the art really might not get picked for that reason- there is nothing the judges can teach them, and if they can't challenge the singer or give them any direction its not going to be much fun for either of them.

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** Sometimes the judges don't press the button simply because none of them are familiar with the genre of the singer (eg. if (e.g. If you are a fantastic operatic singer, you probably won't be picked -you picked--you ''can'' be, but its less likely-, purely because none of the judges may know much about opera and would have no idea how to begin coaching you); conversely, in the British series at least, the judges have been reluctant to pick people who are too ''close'' to their own styles, especially if they feel the singer is specifically trying to get their attention by copying them (since the show is about finding your ''own'' [[JustForPun voice]]). They might also not pick you if they already have singers with a similar style to you on their team, even if you are every bit as good (maybe even a bit ''better''). On other occasions, they really do regret not turning, or didn't turn because the singer was more suited to one of the other coaches (who in the end, also did not turn for whatever reason). And they really do prefer to go for people who they think they can do something with, so a singer who not only has a great voice but has already mastered the art really might not get picked for that reason- there is nothing the judges can teach them, and if they can't challenge the singer or give them any direction its not going to be much fun for either of them.



** "My boo" in US Season 7. Originally a pet name between Pharrell and Gwen, it caught Blake's attention and he kept trying to use it despite admitting that he has no idea what it actually ''means''.

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** "My boo" in US Season 7. Originally a pet name between Pharrell and Gwen, it caught Blake's attention and he kept trying to use it despite admitting that he has no idea what it actually ''means''.''means.''
16th Mar '16 2:49:55 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** Its likely that there ''are'' HopelessAuditionees who apply for ''The Voice''; it's just, unlike ''Series/TheXFactor'' or ''AmericanIdol'', ''those'' auditions are not recorded for television broadcast. The singers who make it onto ''The Voice'' therefore would have already been approved by a different panel of non-celebrity judges off-screen. People who can't sing might be humiliated at these early stages, but said-humiliation won't be televised nationwide / worldwide.

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** Its It's likely that there ''are'' HopelessAuditionees who apply for ''The Voice''; it's just, unlike ''Series/TheXFactor'' or ''AmericanIdol'', ''AmericanIdol,'' ''those'' auditions are not recorded for television broadcast. The singers who make it onto ''The Voice'' therefore would have already been approved by a different panel of non-celebrity judges off-screen. People who can't sing might be humiliated at these early stages, but said-humiliation won't be televised nationwide / worldwide.
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