R&B singer Orlando Dixon's "So Sick" makes Usher feel better.
Trying to win a place in the Top 12, Holly performs "How Do I Live."
Audrey and Jamila talk about the challenge of giving Beyonce's female empowerment anthem justice on the battle stage.
Country-loving brothers Colton and Zach Swon rock the house - and Coach Blake Shelton - with their take on Tom Petty's "American Girl."
Cee-Lo, Carson and Blake talk about this week's surprising battle pairings and what it's like to see people go.
Kris delivers his version of the Jackson 5 classic, "I'll Be There."
This season's youngest performer puts her heart and soul into Jo Dee Messina's "Heads Carolina, Tails California."
Their battle may have ended, but the rivalry between cops and firefighters will never die! Michael and Warren joke about their supposed strife and describe their friendship.
Team Blake watches each other's blind auditions for the first time and sizes each other up for battles.
Beverly talks about her life since the finale, The Voice Tour, and has a special message to her online fans.
Superstar coach Usher performs his latest single, "Twisted."
Get to know Season 4 artist Jess Kellner.
The remaining artists are advised by Christina Aguilera, Diana Ross, Patrick Stump, Clive Davis and Colbie Caillat before performing live for your votes.
A look back at the best stories and performances from the auditions, battles and knockouts.
The battles begin as the artists face off for a chance to advance.
A look back at this season's outstanding blind auditions and a preview of the battles ahead.
After the coaches and a cavalcade of guest singers perform, a new champion is crowned The Voice.
Christina and CeeLo's artists sing for their survival as your votes help decide who advances to the next round.
In the first round of blind auditions, Christina, Blake, Cee Lo, and Adam re-unite to pick all-new teams of artists.
The coaches fill the final coveted spots on their teams of 12.
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