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The Voice: Second Battle Round Match-Ups Revealed | The Voice

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The Voice: Second Battle Round Match-Ups Revealed

Originally posted 03/18/2014 09:00AM

The competition is heating up on The Voice, and PEOPLE confirms exclusively the second set of head-to-head battles to air on Tuesday night.

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The Voice: First Night of Battle Rounds Includes Strategic Steals | Adam Levine, Blake Shelton

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The Voice: First Night of Battle Rounds Includes Strategic Steals

Originally posted 03/18/2014 06:30AM

The first night of battle rounds on The Voice exposed one thing about the Season 6 coaches. They are quickly looking to be strategic and showed it with their steals.

Blake Shelton went after an old-school soul singer with a trademark high kick, Biff Gore, a father of six, who lost his battle to soulful T.J. Wilkins on Team Usher.

Shakira picked up a Joe Cocker-esque blues man, Patrick Thomson, who fell in a tight contest against Kat Perkins from Team Adam.

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The Voice Coaches Finalize Their Teams on the Last Night of Blind Auditions

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The Voice Coaches Finalize Their Teams on the Last Night of Blind Auditions

Originally posted 03/12/2014 07:15AM

Goodbye anonymous singers, hello powerhouse teams.

The Voice concluded the chair-turning blind auditions Tuesday with each coach choosing one final singer to round out their teams of 12 heading into next week's battle rounds.

The coaches came out fighting, beginning with Kaleigh Glanton, 20, a classically trained guitarist from Kansas who earned the only four-chair turn of the night for her intriguing rendition of "Have You Ever Seen the Rain."

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The Voice: Blake Shelton and Adam Levine Fight for the Best Singers | Adam Levine, Blake Shelton

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The Voice: Blake Shelton and Adam Levine Fight for the Best Singers

Originally posted 03/11/2014 06:30AM

The final week of blind auditions on The Voice kicked off strong Monday for Team Blake and Team Adam, as each coach earned four more artists and battled for the night's strongest singers.

It was also an evening of memorable and falsetto-filled soul performances, capped by 38-year-old Josh Kaufman, an academic tutor from Indianapolis, who stunned with his passionate version of George Michael's "One More Try," earning the night's only four-chair turn.

So inspired was the singing, that Adam Levine was standing up and pumping his fist in excitement before the song was even over.

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The Voice: Blake Shelton Picks Up a Singer Who Rivals His Wife | Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert

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The Voice: Blake Shelton Picks Up a Singer Who Rivals His Wife

Originally posted 03/05/2014 06:45AM

Miranda Lambert apparently has some serious competition.

The Voice coach Blake Shelton – who also happens to be Lambert's husband – scored a big win Tuesday night when he added Philadelphia singer Audra McLaughlin to his team after she performed "Angel from Montgomery" so powerfully Shelton said it rivaled his wife's version of the song.

"Audra is absolutely amazing," a triumphant Shelton said after McLaughlin decided to join Team Blake. "That's one of Miranda's all-time favorite songs. She took it to a place that Miranda doesn't take it."

The 21-year-old closed out the fourth night of blind auditions with the only four-chair turn of the evening, and her decision particularly crushed fellow coach – and Shelton frenemy – Adam Levine.

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The Voice: Blake Shelton Lands a Top R&B Artist for His Team | Blake Shelton

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The Voice: Blake Shelton Lands a Top R&B Artist for His Team

Originally posted 03/04/2014 06:30AM

Three-time winner Blake Shelton struggled a bit for the right artists in the first week of blind auditions on The Voice, but he closed out Monday night's show by stealing a major talent away from nemesis Adam Levine.

After the Maroon 5 front man scored the night's country rock talent, Patrick Thompson, who seemed perfect for a country music coach, Shelton and shocked all three of his fellow judges by earning a dazzling R&B singer that everyone wanted on their team.

It took just a few bars of Aretha Franklin's "Ain't No Way" to show everyone that Sisaundra Lewis was likely an artist to beat.

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Watch Adam Levine Do a Mean Shakira Impersonation

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Adam Levine Can Do a Mean Shakira Impersonation

Originally posted 03/02/2014 05:10PM

Colombia has a new superstar: Adam Levine.

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The Voice's Adam Levine Steals a Country Singer from Blake Shelton | Adam Levine, Blake Shelton

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The Voice's Adam Levine Steals a Country Singer from Blake Shelton

Originally posted 02/26/2014 06:30AM

Adam Levine: sexy and shrewd?

The Voice coach – and PEOPLE's reigning Sexiest Man Alive – made a bold move on the second night of blind auditions Tuesday when he relinquished his red swivel chair to country contestant Cary Laine, who managed to turn all four chairs with her commanding performance of "Better Dig Two" by The Band Perry.

Laine, 28, a mom from Pinedale, Wyo., looked and sounded like a perfect fit for coach Blake Shelton, even calling herself country "to the core." Yet Levine and fellow coaches Usher and Shakira did their best to convince Laine to step out of her comfort zone and join their teams.

"Blake is not the right one for you," Levine declared after escorting her to his chair. "Don't you want to break the mold a little bit? Do what you do, but do it through me."

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The Voice Teen Bria Kelly Wows the Judges with Her Blind Audition

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The Voice: Teen Bria Kelly Stuns the Judges with Her Blind Audition

Originally posted 02/25/2014 06:35AM

The Voice opened Season 6 with a wealth of new – and returning – talent and plenty of fireworks, setting up an epic battle between Adam Levine and his nemesis, Blake Shelton, who clearly didn't take losing in Season 5 too well.

And then there's Usher, who dragged out his own shimmering gold Grammy award to lure one of the night's breakout stars, Bria Kelly, 17, who threw it down with a growling version of "Steamroller Blues" that had all judges vying for her attention.

"O-M-G," a stunned Levine said of Kelly's performance, which got a standing ovation from all four coaches. "I can't believe that was you doing that. You haven't been alive long enough to feel the pain that you were showing up there."

But it was Usher's award show bling that won Kelly over, and he wasted no time throwing it up in his fellow coaches' faces, dancing in front of Levine in wicked delight.

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Man Found Guilty of Homicide in Death of Usher's Stepson

Man Found Guilty of Homicide in Death of Usher's Stepson

Originally posted 02/21/2014 08:30AM

The man who was driving the jet-ski that struck Usher's ex-wife's son, Kile Glover, was convicted of homicide for the 2012 accident that killed the boy.

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