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The Voice Recap: The Final Steal
The Knockouts came to a conclusion on the latest episode of The Voice, with Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Alicia Keys confirming which five contestants they were taking to the live shows.
As always, the knockouts have blatantly been manipulated by the producers in the name of giving viewers some shock value. Unfortunately, that does not always work, and that could be part of the reason this season has been a huge miss so far.
The Voice Recap: Are The Knockouts Worth The Drama?
The knockout rounds of The Voice are nothing more than a cruel attempt by the producers to up the stakes for the competitors.
Watching the tears of joy from the hopefuls as they make it through the battle rounds is awesome. Unfortunately, all of that just seems pointless if there is the potential they could be knocked out an episode later.
The Voice Recap: Who Made It Through the Knockouts?
After fighting through the auditions and the battle rounds, the hopefuls made their way to the knockout rounds, and it sent the competition into overdrive.
The contestants continued to fight to make it to the live shows, but who was cut from the competition? Who did not make it all the way to the live sbows?
The Voice Recap: Who Made Top 32?
Is it just us or has this season of The Voice been a drag?
It's totally understandable that NBC would want to dilute the series as much as possible because it's such a ratings powerhouse.
The Voice Recap: Who Was Cut?
The battles continued on the most recent episode of The Voice, and as you could probably expect, the episode was filled with drama.
Getting to this stage of the competition, the artists know how cutthroat things can be, but who lost their place with their coach?
The Voice Recap: Alicia's Big Steal
The most depressing portion of The Voice continued with part two of the Battle Rounds. Seriously, this stage is included purely for the viewers at home.
The coaches were waiting to have the opportunity to steal someone they liked from another coach. It's the way of the game, but it's kind of cruel to have people worrying about their fate in the game.