The 18th season of The Voice is almost done with its pre-taped episodes. On Monday, April 27, the show airs its “Road to the Live Shows” recap episode, and then next week, on May 4 and 5, the live shows begin. This year, there will only be three live-show weeks.
With that in mind, here is where all four teams stand so far this season.
The artists that Kelly Clarkson currently has on her team are:
- Megan Danielle
- Micah Iverson
- Mandi Thomas
- Cedrice (stolen during the Knockout Round)
Artists Clarkson had who have been eliminated include:
- Anaya Cheyenne
- Tayler Green
- Gigi Hess
- Sarah Collins
The artists that Nick Jonas currently has on his team are:
- Arei Moon
- Allegra Miles
- Roderick Chambers
- Thunderstorm Artis (stolen during the Knockout Round)
Artists Jonas had who have been eliminated include:
- Jacob Miller
- Jon Mullins
- Tate Brusa
- Kevin Farris
- Samuel Wilco
- Anders Drerup
The artists that Blake Shelton currently has on his team are:
- Todd Tilghman
- Toneisha Harris
- Joei Fulco
- Joanna Serenko (stolen during the Knockout Round)
Artists Shelton had who have been eliminated include:
- Cam Spinks
- Levi Watkins
- Kailey Abel
- Jacob Daniel Murphy
- Jamal Corrie
The artists that John Legend currently has on his team are:
- Zan Fiskum
- Mike Jerel
- Mandi Castillo
- CammWess (stolen during the Knockout Round)
Artists Legend had who have been eliminated include:
- Darious Lyles
- Brittney Allen
- Zach Day
The Four-Way Knockout
This year, the live shows will feature the Top 17 contestants — four from each coach plus the winner of the four-way knockout. The four artists who performed in the four-way knockout are:
Samantha Howell (Team Kelly)
Michael Williams (Team Nick)
Todd Michael Hall (Team Blake)
Nelson Cade III (Team Legend)
The winner of the four-way knockout will be revealed during Monday’s live show on May 4 and that person will complete the Top 17.
The Live Show Format
Due to the COVID-19 quarantine, The Voice is going to have its Top 17 perform live from their homes via video chat on Monday, May 4. After the performances, the viewers will vote and one artist from each team will advance to the semifinals. Then each coach will get to save one of their four artists for a total of eight advancing to the semifinals.
Then during the May 5 results show, out of the nine artists who haven’t yet advanced to the semis, one artist from each team with the highest votes will get to compete for a wild card spot. The wild card results should be revealed during the results show that night, if the pattern follows what happened in season 17.
The episodes airing May 11 and 12 will feature the nine artists who advanced to the semifinals, and then on May 18 and 19, the top four artists will compete in the finals, with one being crowned the winner of season 18.
The Voice season 18 airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC; afterward, tune in to Songland, NBC’s hit songwriting competition show.
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