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The Finale LIVES this week features the Top 5 Exciting New The Voice Season 25 Highlights Spoilers News watch.

This is our highlight coverage with many playlists included with the performances as provided by the producers. The latest results appear at the top of the post.

The series concluded this May 22, 2024, on NBC.

Dan and Shay are joining the coach production team for the first time. Reba, John, and Chance return for the new series.

Carson Daly hosts the show.

WINNER Exciting New Season of The Voice: Season 25

Congratulations to the winner and his coach and that concludes this twenty-fifth season of the show. Bring on season 26 and all the musical vocals soon.

Last night featured the season’s Top 5 artists heading towards announcing a new winner. The following playlist showcases ten performances aired. Most of the song choices were ho-hum and have been showcased many times over the years. If that’s your gig then it was a good night.

More finale tonight rolling into Tuesday/Wednesday in many time zones…

The Voice, one of the most popular singing competitions on television, is back with its highly anticipated 25th season. Fans of the show can expect a thrilling and entertaining journey as talented singers from across the country compete for the ultimate prize.

There will be some new faces in the coaches’ spinning chairs on The Voice season 26!

NBC announced Monday that Snoop Dogg and Michael Bublé are joining the singing competition for the upcoming season, adding their names to the rotating carousel of celebrity coaches on the popular series.

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Reba and Gwen return

May 14, 2024 LIVES

Hometown Week with the Top 9 | The Voice Semi-Finals

Eliminations the others named below


Here is all the LIVE Show performance playlist if you prefer YT.

The Playoffs On Show

Tonight we bid our goodbyes to Kamaelei Kawa’a and Mafe from Team Legend (Nathan Chester, Bryan Olesen, and Zoe Levert advanced). Also, Anya True and Olivia Rubini from Team Dan + Shay (Karen Waldrup, Tae Lewis, and Maidson Curbelo advanced to the live shows )
Bryan’s turn to perform this week.
Karen’s performance was the second of the night.
Nathan performed on stage

Blind Auditions Completed

The season kicked off with the blind auditions, where contestants had the opportunity to perform in front of a panel of superstar coaches. The coaches, who have their backs turned to the stage, rely solely on the power of the contestants’ voices to make their decisions. It was an intense and emotional round, as each coach fought to build the best team possible.

Battles concluded

With the blind auditions completed, the competition moves into the battle rounds. This is where the contestants go head-to-head, singing duets and hoping to impress their coach enough to move on to the next round. The battles are fierce, with each contestant giving their all to secure their spot in the competition.

The Knockouts Concluded

Here is the early release duet.

Kamalei Kawa’a performs John Legend’s “All of Me” and Maddi Jane performs Dua Lipa’s “New Rules”

Maddi Jane and Kamalei Kawa perform this Monday on NBC

Anya True (“Take Me Home”) vs. Kyle Schuesler (“Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur)

Dan + Shay declare Anya the winner – Kyle was stolen by Chance

Ashley Bryant (Jo Dee Messina’s “Heads Carolina, Tails California”) vs. Josh Sanders (Corey Kent’s “Wild as Her”) – He was a strong rendition.

Reba gives the win to Josh — Ashley says her goodbye.

Chance gives the win to Serenity on passion and no save for Dani.

Team Legend’s Val T. Webb vs. Nathan Chester – Nathan performs first – Val performs the Anita Baker classic “Sweet Love” with emotion.

John gives the win to Nathan. Val went home.

Dan + Shay’s team — Frank Gracia vs. Olivia Rubini

Olivia WINS the Knockout

Tae goes to Dan + Shay’s team

Team Reba featuring Asher Havon and Tae Lewis Monday night early release watch.

They perform Cody Johnson’s “Nothin On You” during The Voice Knockouts.

Live Shows and Finals

As the competition progresses, the remaining contestants will have the chance to perform in front of a live audience. The pressure is on as they showcase their vocal abilities and stage presence. The coaches will provide guidance and support, but ultimately, it will be up to the viewers to vote for their favorite contestants.

Winner Declared

After weeks of intense competition, the moment everyone has been waiting for arrives – the winner’s crowning. The final episode will be a spectacular event, filled with incredible performances and emotional moments. The winner will receive a recording contract and the opportunity to launch their music career.

So, prepare for an exciting season filled with amazing talent, fierce battles, and unforgettable performances. The Voice Season 25 promises to be an incredible journey for the contestants and the viewers.

The Latest Playlist for this week’s battles/ Next Knockouts start

All the results are included in the media. Watch the reveals back.

This week battles back-to-back watch

Anya True and AJ Harvey Perform John Mayer’s “Half of My Heart” – Anya Won.

@itsrletto & Val are closing out #TheVoice Battles with a BANG performing @whitneyhouston‘s “Saving All My Love For You”

Chance gives the win to RLETTO. Val starts saying her thanks, about three steps from going off stage before John uses his steal…

Keith Urban the Knockouts mentor!

@ElysciaSings and Ashley Bryant battle it out to @Beyonce‘s “If I Were A Boy” Ashley Won Team Reba

Mafe and @riversgrayson_ deliver a captivating blend of vocal styles battling @Carole_King‘s “You’ve Got a Friend” Mafe won.

RLETTO and Val T Webb perform Whitney Houston’s “Saving All My Love for You” during The Voice Battles.

Madison Curbelo vs. Kyle Schuesler’s Battle

Madison Curbelo and Kyle Schuesler perform “Lucky (Suerte)” by Jason Mraz ft. Ximena Sariñana

Frank Garcia vs Justin and Jeremy’s Battle

Frank Garcia WINS the battle of the Garcias! Justin & Jeremy Garcia say their thanks — but REBA STEALS!

William and Zeya’s Battle

Zeya wins and William says his sweet goodbye.

Maddie Jane vs Nadege’s Battle

Chance announced MADDI as the winner.

Nadège starts saying her thanks – John/Dan + Shay want to steal her.

Chance hits his Playoff Pass & she’ll go to the Playoffs!

Early Release Bryan Olesen and Nathan Chester Battle

Nathan and Bryan advance with John playing the Pass Button shuffle non-sense shenanigans.

Who Is The Strongest Coach this Season?

Dan + Shay give the win to Karen and a goodbye to Ryan.

Reba picks TAE and her Pass for L.

Chance gives the win to Kamalei and goodbye to the opponent.

Zoe Lovert outshined the OK3 singers according to John. The three girls said goodbye.

Playlist All Performances and Commentary

Reba picks Asher. Alyssa was saying her goodbyes then snap! Chance swoops in and steals her!

Val T Webb performs Deborah Cox’s “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here”

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Serenity Arce performs Sam Fischer’s “This City”

Exciting New The Voice Season 25 Highlights Spoilers News
Exciting New The Voice Season 25 Highlights Spoilers News

Bryan Olesen Voice Season 25 Highlights

Bryan Olesen performs OneRepublic’s “Love Runs Out, ” drawing instant responses from the panel.

Should’ve been the Four Chair Turn. Bryan Olesen for the win.


Voice Season 25 Highlights

Exciting New The Voice Season 25 Highlights Spoilers News
Exciting New The Voice Season 25 Highlights Spoilers News

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The show’s innovative format features five stages of competition: Blind Auditions, Battle Rounds, Knockouts, Playoffs and Live Performance Shows.

During the Blind Auditions, the decisions from the coaches are based solely on voice and not looks. The coaches hear the artists perform but they don’t get to see them, thanks to rotating chairs. If a coach is impressed by the artist’s voice, they push a button to select the artist for their team.

At this point, the coach’s chair will swivel so that they can face the artist they selected. If more than one coach pushes the button, the power then shifts to the artists to choose which coach they want to work with. If no one pushes their button, the artist is eliminated from the competition.

The artists’ family and friends watch their Blind Auditions from side stage with host Carson Daly, cheering on their loved ones and hoping for a coveted chair turn.

Also returning this season is the block, which adds another layer of coach competition during the Blind Auditions.

The coach chairs each have an extra set of buttons with the other three coaches’ names on them, which prevents a coach from adding a new artist to his or her team.

The coaches can only use their block buttons on one artist for the entire first round of the competition. The blocked coach only discovers they’re blocked if they press their button and though their chair will still turn, their lane lights up with “BLOCKED.” If the coach doesn’t press their button, the block is still available for another audition.

Once the teams are set, the battle is on. The coaches dedicate themselves to developing their team of artists, giving them advice and sharing the secrets of their success.

During the Battle Rounds, the coaches will pit two of their own team members against each other to sing the same song together. The artists are vying for their coach’s confidence and decision to


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Known Spoilers Likely Made it to At Least Playoffs (this does not indicate the coach selected them in playoffs):

  • Likely Made it to at least Knockouts (this does not indicate whether they won/lost the knockout):

  • Likely Made it to at least Battles (this does not indicate that they won/lost the battle)

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