“The Voice”: A Dazzling Musical Journey – Secrets Behind Each Round! Grasp Them to Discover the Victors!

From Blind Auditions to the Live Performance Shows.

The Voice is an action-packed competition, and Season 25 Coaches John Legend, Chance the Rapper, Dan + Shay, and  Reba McEntire are bringing their A-games.

Each season, fans enjoy a talent-packed lineup of powerhouse Artists all ready to show the Coaches what they’ve got. Making it to The Voice stage is no simple feat, and it’s even more impressive when the Artists get to deliver dynamite performances to the coveted Live Shows. Artists can’t rely solely on the love of their Coaches, though: They must also showcase their star power to the nationwide audience to receive enough votes to win. Boasting a delightful combination of country, pop, R&B, and rock-influenced Artists, you never know which legendary Artist will rise as The Voice‘s champion.

The Voice is a life-changing experience for any inspired singer. Below, read a little bit about the rules governing The Voice in Season 25, from the Blind Auditions to the Live Shows.

How does The Voice work?

In The Voice Season 25, Artists were chosen during Blind Auditions, and then they will successively compete (and some advance) in Battle Rounds, Knockouts, Playoffs, and Live Performance Shows.

Along the way, Coaches can utilize Blocks, Steals, and Saves to impact the course of the competition. These tools are game-altering maneuvers that we’ll explore in further detail below.

How do Blind Auditions work on The Voice?

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.

Reba McEntire sits in her chair and listens to a performer

Reba McEntire during Season 24 Episode 7 of The Voice. Photo: Greg Gayne/NBC

What is the age requirement to audition for The Voice?

Anyone who wishes to audition for The Voice in hopes of becoming a Contestant must be at least 13 years old. There have been dozens of talented teenagers who have taken the stage, such as Season 19 winner Carter Rubin (who took home the crown at 15 years old) and Season 18’s Levi Watkins, who auditioned at just 14.

How do Blocks work on The Voice?

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.

How do Battles work on The Voice?

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 take them to the next round. After each vocal battle, the Coach must choose which of his or her Artists will advance to the next round of competition.

This season during Battles, each Coach will have one “Steal” to use as well as one “Playoff Pass” in the Battles. The Playoff Pass will allow both Artists in a Battle to advance while the Playoff Pass winner gets a huge advantage by skipping the Knockout Rounds and advancing straight to the Playoffs and one step closer to the Live Shows. The Coaches leave the Battles with six Artists per team, with one Artist per team advancing past Knockouts with their Playoff Pass.

How do Knockouts work on The Voice?

In the Knockouts, the Artists will be paired against another teammate, but this time they will select their own songs to perform individually while their direct competitors watch and wait. The Coaches will choose the winner and the Artist not selected will be available to be stolen by another coach. The pressure is on as each Coach will only have one Steal in the Knockouts.

To prepare for this high-pressure competition, the Coaches enlist a legendary Mega Mentor to advise all of the Artists competing in the Knockouts.

John Legend and Reba McEntire hug on the voice epsiode 2412

John Legend and Reba McEntire during “The Battles Part 5” Episode 2412 of The Voice. Photo: Trae Patton/NBC

How do the Playoffs work on The Voice?

Artists who survive the Knockouts will advance to the Playoffs, where they will hold nothing back. Tough decisions are made when each Coach can only advance three Artists to the Live Shows. The stakes are even higher for the Artists because there are no Steals available. New this season, the Coaches each enlist a mentor in the Playoffs to help advise their Artists as they vie for a spot in the Live Shows.

How do the Live Shows work on The Voice?

Once the Live Performance shows begin, the top Artists will compete against each other weekly during a live broadcast. This time the television audience will vote to save their favorite Artists. The Artists with the lowest number of votes will be eligible for the Instant Save and will each perform a new song to prove why they should continue in the competition. America will then have the opportunity to save their favorite performer by voting on “The Voice” Official App or NBC.com. Those with the lowest number of votes will be sent home. In the end, one artist will be named “The Voice” and will receive the grand prize of a recording contract.

Where is The Voice filmed?

The Voice is filmed at Universal Studios in Hollywood, California.

Each year, dozens of inspired Artists flock to the West Coast with hopes of seeing one of the iconic red chairs turn on the studio lot.

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