The Voice 2014 | TV Show Watchlist

Natasha Bure vs. Riley Elmore: "Cry Me a River"
04:33 — Natasha Bure and Riley Elmore face off with their renditions of "Cry Me a River."
Christian Cuevas vs. Jason Warrior: "Hello"
05:53 — Christian Cuevas and Jason Warrior battle with a duet of Adele's megahit "Hello."
Andrew DeMuro vs. Billy Gilman: "Man in the Mirror"
04:23 — Andrew DeMuro and Billy Gilman go head-to-head with a Michael Jackson classic.
Dan Shafer vs. Sundance Head: "Feel Like Makin' Love"
05:34 — Dan Shafer and Sundance Head deliver a soulful performance of "Feel Like Makin' Love."
Emily Ann Roberts Blind Audition: "I Hope You Dance"
04:54 — Sixteen-year-old Emily Ann Roberts must choose between Blake and Adam after her audition take on "I Hope You Dance."
Barrett Baber Blind Audition: "Angel Eyes"
04:44 — Barrett Baber finds a spot on Team Blake with his blind audition of "Angel Eyes."
Chance Peña Blind Audition: "I See Fire"
02:57 — Fifteen-year-old Chance Peña connects with Adam Levine after his blind audition of "I See Fire."
Krista Hughes Blind Audition: "Angel from Montgomery"
03:31 — Krista Hughes turns all four coaches with her blind audition performance of "Angel from Montgomery."
What You DIDN'T See During Blinds
02:34 — Get a look at what Coaches Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and Adam Levine say and do in between the action onstage.
Chris Crump vs. Krista Hughes: "When I Get Where I'm Going"
03:58 — Pop vocalist Chris Crump takes on country singer Krista Hughes with the song "When I Get Where I'm Going."
Blind Joe: "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow up to Be Cowboys"
01:30 — In his knockout performance, Blind Joe sings "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys."
Viktor Király: "All Around the World"
02:17 — Viktor Király gets the crowd going with "All Around the World."
Team Gwen: "Ooh Child"
03:06 — Braiden Sunshine, Ellie Lawrence, Jeffery Austin, Korin Bukowski, Regina Love and Viktor Király join in on The Five Stairsteps' "Ooh Child."
Mark Hood: "Against All Odds"
02:16 — Mark Hood gets the crowd going with Phil Collins' "Against All Odds."
Top 12 Instant Save
00:35 — Mark Hood and Korin Bukowski learn which one of them is moving on to the Top 11.
Braiden Sunshine: "Harder to Breathe"
02:00 — Hoping for an instant save, Braiden Sunshine gives his best to Maroon 5's "Harder to Breathe."
Cassadee Pope: "I Am Invincible"
03:30 — Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope returns to The Voice stage to sing her latest, "I Am Invincible."
Emily Ann Roberts: "Blue Christmas"
03:10 — Emily Ann Roberts delivers a Christmas favorite, "Blue Christmas."
Barrett Baber and Zach Seabaugh: "Forever and Ever, Amen"
02:43 — Barrett Baber and Zach Seabaugh team up on the Randy Travis hit, "Forever and Ever, Amen."
Joe Vivona Blind Audition: "Dreaming With a Broken Heart"
04:26 — Joe Vivona captivates the judges with his blind audition version of John Mayer's "Dreaming with a Broken Heart."
Blind Auditions: Lacy Mandigo, Jonathan Bach, Katherine Ho
01:07 — Lacy Mandigo offers a soulful performance of "Son of a Preacher Man," Jonathan Bach turns Pharrell's chair with "Born this Way" and Katherine Ho's "Wi (more…)
Laith Al-Saadi Blind Audition: "The Letter"
04:02 — Laith Al-Saadi impresses Adam with his blind audition rendition of "The Letter" by Joe Cocker.
Angie Keilhauer Blind Audition: "I Hold On"
04:28 — Angie Keilhauer dazzles the coaches with her blind audition version of Dierks Bentley's "I Hold On."
Sean Combs Advises Team Pharrell
02:43 — Hip-hop mogul Sean Combs, aka Diddy, brings his expertise to the table to help the artists on Team Pharrell prepare for their upcoming battles.
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  • Premiered: April 1, 2014
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  • Premise: Talented singers vie for honors in this unique contest. Their journey is going to be anything but easy. They have three highly competitive rounds to clear. (more)

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