The Voice is a two-timing Emmy Award-winning show that highlights some of the strongest vocalists nationwide. Contestants are invited to compete from all across the country in hopes of working with one of the amazing coaches and realize their dreams in the singing and music industry.

Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys add spark to the Voice

The Voice always presents some fabulous judges each season, adding to the talent and continual love-hate relationship between Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.

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In past seasons, only one woman sat on the panel but this year for season 11, the group is evenly balanced. Both Miley Keys and Alicia Cyrus appeared on past seasons of The Voice as mentors and advisers but have shown a touch of diversity with varied perspectives as judges.

After forming their teams through the blind auditions, battle rounds culminated with a winning formula for each of the judges. Teams of 12 were reduced to 8 per judge as the knockout rounds begin stronger than ever. Unlike past seasons, two award-winning principal advisers will mentor and work with the coaches and their team members.

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Premier of knockouts on the Voice with Tim & Faith

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are two of the greatest Grammy Award-winning country music artists scheduled to be mentors and advisers on the Voice as it kicks off the knockout rounds. Contestants will again be paired with a teammate except that they get to choose their own individual songs for the battles. Only one from each knockout will be selected, by their coach, to move on to the live show, with the other teammate available for a steal or to go home.

Coaches Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton battle it out to form the best teams for the live show.

The predicted results after the knockout rounds indicate that a Ms. McDonald is going to be among the top 12 due to her engaging performances. Both Jason Warrior and Bryan Bautista are going to be dark horses while Maye Thomas, Gabe Broussard, Ponciana Seoane III, Josette Diaz, and Belle Jewel will be leaving. When stacked against other impressive performances, they are not as memorable to move forward.

Riley Elmore will be croon to a Michael Bublé song and Josh Gallagher will perform George Strait. Billy Gilman is an excellent performer with an amazing story, much like that of Alisan Porter, a child star with a comeback. Whether he makes it through the knockouts or not, he will make a huge impression. Sundance Head and Christian Cuevas battle it out to determine who can blast more eardrums. The results will be surprising as the top 12 make their mark.

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