The Voice

Aired: Apr 08, 2014 , Monday at 20:00 on NBC

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Episode Summary: The top 20 artists perform in front of coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher. Artists will perform and the coaches will eliminate two artists from their respective teams. The remaining performers will move on to the final phase of the competition, the Live Shows, as part of the Top 12.
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Team Blake Performs on The Playoffs Part 1

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Early on in Monday’s Season 18 premiere of The Voice, veteran coach Blake Shelton playfully grumbled, “This is gonna be a long season.” And, as bummed as I still was over the outcome of Season 17 — Jake Hoot’s fine, but Katie Kadan and Rose Short were great — I suspected he was right. But doggonit, no sooner had the Blind Auditions gotten underway, with Nick Jonas joining Blake, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend in the iconic swivel chairs, tha... more


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