The Voice (U.S. season 5)

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The Voice
Season 5
Broadcast fromSeptember 23, 2013 (2013-09-23) – December 17, 2013
Judges
Host(s)Carson Daly
BroadcasterNBC
Winner:
Tessanne Chin
Tessanne Chin.jpg
OriginKingston, Jamaica
Song"Tumbling Down"
Genre(s)Pop, reggae fusion, rock, R&B, soul
Runner-up
Jacquie Lee
Chronology
2013 (Fall)
 
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The Voice
Season 5
Broadcast fromSeptember 23, 2013 (2013-09-23) – December 17, 2013
Judges
Host(s)Carson Daly
BroadcasterNBC
Winner:
Tessanne Chin
Tessanne Chin.jpg
OriginKingston, Jamaica
Song"Tumbling Down"
Genre(s)Pop, reggae fusion, rock, R&B, soul
Runner-up
Jacquie Lee
Chronology
2013 (Fall)

The fifth season of The Voice of the American reality singing competition premiered on September 23, 2013 on NBC.[1] Adam Levine and Blake Shelton returned as coaches, while CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera returned after being replaced by Usher and Shakira in season four. The team sizes for the season are 12 members. The season is also the first to feature steals in the knockout rounds.[2][3] Carson Daly returned to host the show,[4][5] but Christina Millian did not return as the social media correspondent. In February 2014, Green announced he would not return to The Voice, making this his final season.[6]

This was the final season to feature the Knockout Round, as it was replaced by the Battles, Round 2 in season six.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

The coaches of The Voice – season five

Christina Aguilera
Cee Lo Green
Adam Levine
Blake Shelton

CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera returned from their hiatus and rejoined Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Usher and Shakira were confirmed to return for the following season. Carson Daly returned as host, but Christina Milian did not return as social media correspondent, as she wished to focus on her new album, and to compete on Season 17 of Dancing with the Stars.[7] Daly then assumed the position as the social media correspondent.

Auditions[edit]

The open call auditions were held in the following locations:

DateVenueLocation
January 13–14, 2013[8][9]Donald E. Stephens Convention Center[8][9]Chicago, Illinois[8][9]
January 20–21, 2013[10]Atlanta Convention Center[10]Atlanta, Georgia[10]
February 3–4, 2013[11]Los Angeles Convention Center[12]Los Angeles, California[12]
February 9, 2013[13]Reliant Center[13]Houston, Texas[13]
February 16–17, 2013[14]Jacob K. Javits Convention CenterNew York, New York

Teams[edit]

Color key
CoachesTop 48 artists
Adam Levine
Tessanne ChinWill ChamplinJames WolpertPreston PohlGrey
JuhiLina GaudenziJames IrwinAshley DuBoseWill Champlin
Nic HawkBarry BlackMatt CermanskiJustin BlakeDonna Allen
Cee Lo Green
Caroline PennellKat RobichaudJonny GrayAmber NicoleTamara Chauniece
Stephanie Anne JohnsonCole VosburyGeorge Horga Jr.Monika LeighJuhi
Anthony PaulKeaira LaShaeShawn SmithLupe CarrollR. Anthony
Christina Aguilera
Jacquie LeeMatthew SchulerJosh LoganOlivia HenkenStephanie Anne Johnson
Will ChamplinAmber NicoleAnthony PaulDestinee QuinnStephanie Anne Johnson
Lina GaudenziBriana CuocoMichael LynchJacob PooleTimyra-Joi
Blake Shelton
Cole VosburyRay BoudreauxAustin JenckesNic HawkShelbie Z
Brandon ChaseE.G. DailyBriana CuocoHolly HenryMonika Leigh
Emily RandolphCilla ChanBrian PoundsSam CernigliaJustin Chain
Note: Italicized names are stolen contestants (names struck through within for teams).

Blind auditions[edit]

The blind auditions were taped from July 9 to 12, 2013.[15] The first episode of the Blind auditions premiered on September 23, 2013.[16]

Color key
  Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" button
    Artist defaulted to this coach's team
    Artist elected to join this coach's team
    Artist eliminated with no coach pressing his or her "I WANT YOU" button

Episode 1 (September 23)[edit]

The two-hour season five premiere aired on Monday, September 23, 2013. The coaches performed "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" at the start of the show.[17]

Order[18]Artist[18]Age[19]Hometown[19]Song[18]Coach's and contestant's choices[18]
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
1Kat Robichaud29Raleigh, North Carolina"I've Got the Music in Me"
2Caroline Pennell17Saddle River, New Jersey"Anything Could Happen"
3Donna Allen54Hollywood, Florida"You Are So Beautiful"
4Jake Worthington17La Porte, Texas"Keep Your Hands to Yourself"
5Matthew Schuler20Yardley, Pennsylvania"Cough Syrup"
6Nic Hawk26Dallas, Texas"Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)"
7Julianna Baston17White Plains, New York"It's Time"
8Samuel Mancini19Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania"What Makes You Beautiful"
9Franchika15Chicago, Illinois"U Smile"
10Mathew Brea15Atlanta, Georgia"I Want You Back"
11Shelbie Z21Jasper, Alabama"Here for the Party"
12Josh Logan33Manchester, New Hampshire"Too Close"
13Delvin Choice24Greenville, South Carolina"Closer"
14James Wolpert22Strasburg, Pennsylvania"Love Interruption"

Episode 2 (September 24)[edit]

The second two-hour episode was broadcast on Tuesday, September 24, 2013.[20]

Order[20]Artist[20]Age[21]Hometown[21]Song[20]Coach's and contestant's choices[20]
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
1Jacquie Lee16Colts Neck, New Jersey"Back to Black"
2Barry Black27Las Vegas, Nevada"What You Won't Do for Love"
3Mike Unser19Pleasant Hill, Ohio"Dirty Little Secret"
4Destinee Quinn20Surprise, Arizona"Cowboy Take Me Away"
5Cole Vosbury22Shreveport, Louisiana"Movin' On Up"
6Holly Henry19Minneapolis, Minnesota"The Scientist"
7Sammy C.16Newport Beach, California"Where Is the Love?"
8Morgan MalloryN/AAloha, Oregon"I Won't Give Up"
9ShayMariN/AN/A"Santeria"
10Seth Cook19Yorktown, Indiana"Anywhere with You"
11Austin Jenckes25Duvall, Washington"Simple Man"
12E.G. Daily52Hollywood, California"Breathe"
13Jonny Gray29Austin, Texas"All These Things That I've Done"
14Tessanne Chin28Kingston, Jamaica"Try"

Episode 3 (September 30)[edit]

The third two-hour show aired on Monday, September 30, 2013.[22]

OrderArtist[22]Age[22]Hometown[22]Song[22]Coach's and contestant's choices[22]
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
1Ray Boudreaux25Lafayette, Louisiana"Use Me"
2Lina Gaudenzi23Miami, Florida"Landslide"
3Juhi16Franklin, Tennessee"Mercy"
4Malford Milligan54Austin, Texas"Let's Stay Together"
5John TravisN/ALoxahatchee, Florida"You're Gonna Miss This"
6Kenny Araujo15East Haven, Connecticut"In My Head"
7Jeremiah Richey32Waxahachie, Texas"Missing You"
8Justin Blake20Savannah, Tennessee"Sure Be Cool If You Did"
9Timyra-Joi15San Diego, California"Girl on Fire"
10Monika Leigh28Boulder, Colorado"The Thrill Is Gone"
11Zach Hinson21Yakima, Washington"Drunk on You"
12Briana Cuoco24Los Angeles, California"You and I"
13George Horga Jr.19Portland, Oregon"Treasure"
14Anthony Paul18Twinsburg, Ohio"With You"
15Cilla Chan22Singapore/San Jose, California"Come & Get It"
16Jacob Poole30Warner Robins, Georgia"Marry Me"
17Preston Pohl26Hallettsville, Texas"Electric Feel"

Episode 4 (October 1)[edit]

The fourth two-hour show aired on Tuesday, October 1, 2013.[23]

OrderArtist[23]Age[23]Hometown[23]Song[23]Coach's and contestant's choices[23]
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
1Will Champlin30Reseda, California"Not Over You"
2Macey Estes18Greenwood, Indiana"The Way"
3Stephanie Anne Johnson29Tacoma, Washington"Black Horse and the Cherry Tree"
4Sam Cerniglia25Chicago, Illinois"It's a Beautiful Day"
5Jennifer Newberry32Sweden/Seattle, Washington"Locked Out of Heaven"
6YasminN/AN/A"Love Song"
7Roy Schneider41Fort Myers, Florida"Fortunate Son"
8Manuel RomeroN/AN/A"Lego House"
9James Irwin31St. Louis, Missouri"Losing My Religion"
10Olivia Henken25Louisville, Kentucky"Two Black Cadillacs"
11Jason Kertson16Seattle, Washington"Lips of an Angel"
12R. Anthony33Tampa, Florida"Hall of Fame"
13Keaira LaShae30Los Angeles, California"Killing Me Softly with His Song"
14Amber Nicole17Houston, Texas"Russian Roulette"
15Emily Randolph15Tacoma, Washington"Every Rose Has Its Thorn"
16Justin Chain23Fort Payne, Alabama"She's Country"
17Ashley DuBose23St. Paul, Minnesota"Diamonds"

Episode 5 (October 7)[edit]

The fifth two-hour show aired on Monday, October 7, 2013.[24][25]

OrderArtist[24][25]Age[24][25]Hometown[24][25]Song[24][25]Coach's and contestant's choices[24][25]
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
1Matt Cermanski20Phoenixville, Pennsylvania"Have a Little Faith in Me"
2Diego Roman Navaira22San Antonio, Texas"Rebel Yell"
3Tamara Chauniece23Wortham, Texas"1+1"
4Brandon Chase20Arlington, Texas"Wanted"
5Lupe Carroll26Bourbonnais, Illinois"If I Were a Carpenter"
6Grey25Jacksonville, Florida"Catch My Breath"
7Dominic Scott Kay17Malibu, California"Easy"N/A
8Michael Lynch27Chicago, Illinois"Bailamos"N/A
9Deanna Johnson17Hazlehurst, Georgia"Stars"N/AN/A
10Brian Pounds24Austin, Texas"Wagon Wheel"N/AN/A
11Marc WulfN/ACalifornia"Black and Gold"N/AN/AN/A
12Danielle Walsh21San Francisco, California"Back It Up[disambiguation needed]"N/AN/AN/A
13Ty WyffelsN/AMetamora, Illinois"Tonight, Tonight"N/AN/AN/A
14Shawn Smith32Utica, New York"Chicken Fried"N/AN/AN/A

Episode 6 (October 8)[edit]

Episode six was a recap of the "best of blind auditions," the composition of the four teams, behind-the-scenes footage of the first five episodes, and a sneak peek of the battle rounds.[26][27] Danielle Bradbery had returned to The Voice stage to perform "The Heart of Dixie".[citation needed] Also, a clip of the music video for Cassadee Pope's "Wasting All These Tears" was shown, to promote her debut album Frame by Frame, which was released on the same day.[citation needed]

The Battle rounds[edit]

The Battle rounds (episodes 7 to 10) comprised two 2-hour episodes and two 1-hour episodes each on October 14, 15, 21 and 22, 2013 with six battles in each episode. The coaches once again utilized mentors during this round and each has enlisted the help of the following: Adam Levine brought in OneRepublic's lead singer, Ryan Tedder; Cee Lo Green brought in Miguel; Christina Aguilera brought in Ed Sheeran; and finally, Blake Shelton brought in Cher.[28] Continuing with the format introduced in Season three, the coaches can steal two losing artists from another coach.[citation needed]

Color key:

      Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Knockouts
      Artist lost the Battle but was stolen by another coach and advanced to the Knockouts
      Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated

Episode 7 (October 14)[edit]

CoachOrderWinnerSongLoser'Steal' result
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
Adam Levine1Grey"Domino"Nic HawkN/A
Christina Aguilera2Amber Nicole"Listen"Timyra-JoiN/A
Blake Shelton3Shelbie Z"Don't You Wanna Stay"Justin ChainN/A
Cee Lo Green4Caroline Pennell"As Long as You Love Me"Anthony PaulN/A
Adam Levine5Tessanne Chin"Next to Me"Donna AllenN/A
Christina Aguilera6Jacquie Lee"The House of the Rising Sun"Briana CuocoN/A

Episode 8 (October 15)[edit]

CoachOrderWinnerSongLoser'Steal' result
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
Christina Aguilera1Matthew Schuler"My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)"Jacob PooleN/AN/A
Cee Lo Green2Kat Robichaud"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"R. AnthonyN/AN/A
Cee Lo Green3Cole Vosbury"Africa"Lupe CarrollN/AN/A
Blake Shelton4E.G. Daily"Something to Talk About"Sam CernigliaN/A
Adam Levine5Ashley DuBose"Just a Fool"Justin BlakeN/AN/A
Blake Shelton6Ray Boudreaux"Some Kind of Wonderful"Monika LeighN/A

Episode 9 (October 21)[edit]

CoachOrderWinnerSongLoser'Steal' result
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
Christina Aguilera1Josh Logan"Harder to Breathe"Michael LynchN/AN/A
Cee Lo Green2George Horga Jr."Best I Ever Had"JuhiN/AN/A
Blake Shelton3Austin Jenckes"To Love Somebody"Brian PoundsN/A
Adam Levine4James Irwin"Counting Stars"Matt CermanskiN/AN/A
Christina Aguilera5Destinee Quinn"Not Ready to Make Nice"Lina GaudenziN/AN/A
Adam Levine6James Wolpert"Radioactive"Will ChamplinN/AN/A

Episode 10 (October 22)[edit]

CoachOrderWinnerSongLoser'Steal' result
AdamCee LoChristinaBlake
Cee Lo Green1Jonny Gray"Refugee"Shawn SmithN/AN/AN/AN/A
Adam Levine2Preston Pohl"I Wish It Would Rain"Barry BlackN/AN/AN/A
Blake Shelton3Holly Henry"Torn"Cilla ChanN/AN/AN/A
Blake Shelton4Brandon Chase"Tiny Dancer"Emily RandolphN/AN/AN/A
Cee Lo Green5Tamara Chauniece"Big Girls Don't Cry"Keaira LaShaeN/AN/AN/AN/A
Christina Aguilera6Olivia Henken"Done"Stephanie Anne JohnsonN/AN/AN/A

Knockout rounds[edit]

This season, the steal ability has been carried over to the Knockouts, which allows the coach to take one losing artist from another coach.[29] There were 16 Knockout matchups in two 2-hour episodes and only 20 artists advanced on to the Live Shows.

Color key:

      Artist won the Knockout and advanced to the Live Shows
      Artist lost the Knockout but was stolen by another coach and advanced to the Live Shows
      Artist lost the Knockout and was eliminated

Episode 11 (October 28)[edit]

CoachOrderSongArtistsSong'Steal' result
AdamCeeLoChristinaBlake
Christina Aguilera1"Living for the City"Josh LoganAmber Nicole"Mamma Knows Best"N/A
Cee Lo Green2"You Oughta Know"Kat RobichaudMonika Leigh"Hit the Road, Jack"N/A
Blake Shelton3"Genie in a Bottle"Nic HawkHolly Henry"Creep"N/AN/A
Adam Levine4"Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)"Tessanne ChinAshley DuBose"Hey, Soul Sister"N/AN/A
Blake Shelton5"Last Name"Shelbie ZBriana Cuoco"Don't Speak"N/AN/A
Adam Levine6"Already Gone"GreyJames Irwin"Breakeven"N/AN/A
Christina Aguilera7"You're No Good"Olivia HenkenDestinee Quinn"See You Again"N/AN/A
Cee Lo Green8"We Can Work It Out"Jonny GrayCole Vosbury"Let Her Go"N/A

Episode 12 (October 29)[edit]

CoachOrderSongArtistsSong'Steal' result
AdamCeeLoChristinaBlake
Adam Levine1"No Woman, No Cry"Preston PohlLina Gaudenzi"I'd Rather Go Blind"N/AN/AN/A
Blake Shelton2"Hard to Handle"Ray BoudreauxE.G. Daily"I Can't Make You Love Me"N/AN/A
Christina Aguilera3"Stompa"Jacquie LeeAnthony Paul"The Other Side"N/AN/AN/A
Cee Lo Green4"No One"Tamara ChaunieceStephanie Anne
Johnson
"Don't Know Why"N/AN/A
Adam Levine5"More Than a Feeling"James WolpertJuhi"I Heard it Through the Grapevine"N/AN/AN/AN/A
Blake Shelton6"I'll Be"Austin JenckesBrandon Chase"Even If It Breaks Your Heart"N/AN/AN/A
Cee Lo Green7"The Way I Am"Caroline PennellGeorge Horga, Jr."Because of You"N/AN/AN/A
Christina Aguilera8"Cosmic Love"Matthew SchulerWill Champlin"When I Was Your Man"N/AN/AN/A

Live shows[edit]

The live shows is the final phase of the competition. It consists of the playoffs, five weekly shows and the season finale.

Color key:

      Artist was saved by the Public's votes
      Artist was saved by his/her coach
      Artist was saved by the Instant Save
      Artist's iTunes vote multiplied by 5 (except The Finals) after his/her studio version of the song reached iTunes top 10
      Artist was eliminated

Week 1: Live playoffs (November 4, 5, & 7)[edit]

Teams Blake and Adam performed in the Playoff round on November 4, with Teams Cee Lo and Christina following November 5. The results were revealed November 7, with two artists from each team eliminated. For this season, producers again modified iTunes voting during the show's live rounds: if a competitor's performance charts within the Top 10 of the iTunes "Top 200 Singles Chart" at the close of a specific episode's voting "window" (generally from the end of the episode to 10 AM Eastern time the following morning), it will be given an iTunes bonus that multiplies iTunes votes made in that voting window by five.[30]

James Wolpert of Team Adam was the only contestant to reach the top 10 chart on iTunes, with his version of Joni Mitchell's "A Case of You", thus multiplying his votes by five. While Caroline Pennell's performance did eventually reach the iTunes top 10 on November 6, it did so only after the close of voting, missing out on this week's iTunes bonus.[31]

EpisodeOrderCoachArtistSongResult
Episode 13
(November 4)
1Blake SheltonShelbie Z"Fancy"Eliminated
2Adam LevineJames Wolpert"A Case of You"[32]Public's vote
3Blake SheltonNic Hawk"Blurred Lines"Eliminated
4Blake SheltonRay Boudreaux"Home"Blake's choice
5Blake SheltonAustin Jenckes"She Talks to Angels"Public's vote
6Adam LevineGrey"Still Into You"Eliminated
7Adam LevineWill Champlin"Secrets"Adam's choice
8Adam LevinePreston Pohl"Nothin' on You"Eliminated
9Blake SheltonCole Vosbury"Maggie May"Public's vote
10Adam LevineTessanne Chin"Many Rivers to Cross"Public's vote
Episode 14
(November 5)
1Cee Lo GreenAmber Nicole"Wasting All These Tears"Eliminated
2Cee Lo GreenJonny Gray"Bitter Sweet Symphony"Public's vote
3Cee Lo GreenTamara Chauniece"I Will Survive"Eliminated
4Cee Lo GreenKat Robichaud"She Keeps Me Warm"Cee Lo's choice
5Cee Lo GreenCaroline Pennell"We're Going to Be Friends"Public's vote
6Christina AguileraJosh Logan"Crazy"Christina's choice
7Christina AguileraOlivia Henken"Roar"Eliminated
8Christina AguileraStephanie Anne Johnson"Georgia on My Mind"Eliminated
9Christina AguileraMatthew Schuler"Wrecking Ball"Public's vote
10Christina AguileraJacquie Lee"I Put a Spell on You"Public's vote
Non-competition performances
OrderPerformerSong
13.1Flo Rida ft. Christina Aguilera"How I Feel"
14.1A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera"Say Something"
15.1Team Blake
(Ray Boudreaux, Cole Vosbury, Austin Jenckes, Shelbie Z, and Nic Hawk)
"Free Ride"
15.2Team Cee Lo
(Kat Robichaud, Caroline Pennell, Jonny Gray, Amber Nicole, and Tamara Chauniece)
"Give a Little Bit"
15.3Team Christina
(Matthew Schuler, Jacquie Lee, Josh Logan, Olivia Henken, and Stephanie Anne Johnson)
"Love Somebody"
15.4Team Adam
(James Wolpert, Will Champlin, Tessanne Chin, Preston Pohl, and Grey)
"Safe and Sound"

Week 2 (November 11 & 12)[edit]

The Top 12 performed on Monday, November 11, 2013 and received the results on Tuesday, November 12, 2013.[citation needed]

Another added interactive feature, the Instant Save, was introduced with the elimination episode this week, to be carried through live elimination episodes on November 19, November 26, and December 3. During the designated/announced five-minute voting window, Twitter users (with public accounts only) may vote to save one artist in each week's bottom three by tweeting the artist's voting keyword along with the show's designated hashtag. Viewers in the Eastern and Central time zones vote during the live broadcasts, while viewers in the Mountain and Pacific time zones are cued to vote to save artists on the show's official Twitter account during the live East coast broadcast.[33] For this week's voting, Matthew Schuler from Team Christina received the iTunes bonus multiplier for his performance of "Hallelujah," which peaked at #2 within the voting window. However, it later reached #1 after the Top 12 Recap show that aired before the Top 12 Results show. It remained in the iTunes Top 200 chart throughout the remainder of the season.[34]

OrderCoachArtistSongResult
1Cee Lo GreenCaroline Pennell"Wake Me Up"Public's vote
2Christina AguileraJosh Logan"Man in the Mirror"Eliminated
3Adam LevineJames Wolpert"Mr. Brightside"Public's vote
4Blake SheltonAustin Jenckes"It's a Great Day to Be Alive"Public's vote
5Christina AguileraJacquie Lee"Love Is Blindness"Public's vote
6Blake SheltonRay Boudreaux"All of Me"Public's vote
7Cee Lo GreenKat Robichaud"Sail"Instant Save
8Cee Lo GreenJonny Gray"Another Day in Paradise"Eliminated
9Adam LevineTessanne Chin"My Kind of Love"Public's vote
10Christina AguileraMatthew Schuler"Hallelujah"[34]Public's vote
11Blake SheltonCole Vosbury"Adorn"Public's vote
12Adam LevineWill Champlin"Demons"Public's vote
Non-competition performances
OrderPerformersSong
17.1Sara Bareilles & the females of the Top 12"Brave"
17.2Cee Lo Green & his team"Roam"
17.3The males of the Top 12"We're an American Band"
17.4Adam Levine & his team"A Hard Day's Night"

Week 3 (November 18 & 19)[edit]

The Top 10 performed on Monday, November 18, with results following on Tuesday, November 19.

OrderCoachArtistSongResult
1Blake SheltonAustin Jenckes"Your Love"Eliminated
2Christina AguileraJacquie Lee"Clarity"Public's vote
3Adam LevineWill Champlin"Love Me Again"Public's vote
4Cee Lo GreenCaroline Pennell"Leaving on a Jet Plane"Instant Save
5Blake SheltonCole Vosbury"To Be with You"Public's vote
6Adam LevineTessanne Chin"If I Were Your Woman"Public's vote
7Blake SheltonRay Boudreaux"You Are the Best Thing"Public's vote
8Adam LevineJames Wolpert"Without You"Public's vote
9Cee Lo GreenKat Robichaud"We Belong"Eliminated
10Christina AguileraMatthew Schuler"Beneath Your Beautiful"Public's vote
Non-competition performances
OrderPerformersSong
18.1The Top 10"Say It, Just Say It"
19.1Christina Aguilera & her teamJackson Medley:
"Black Cat", "Scream" & "Bad"
19.2James Wolpert, Kat Robichaud, & Will Champlin"Sugar, We're Going Down"
19.3Blake Shelton & his team"Sharp Dressed Man"
19.4Caroline Pennell & Tessanne Chin"Royals"

Week 4 (November 25 & 26)[edit]

The Top 8 performed on Monday, November 25, with results following on Tuesday, November 26.

Though all of the top eight artists charted within the iTunes top 100, only Will Champlin's performance of "At Last," charting at number 9, received the top ten multiplier bonus for this week.[35] With the elimination of Caroline Pennell, Cee Lo Green no longer has any artists on his team.

OrderCoachArtistSongResult
1Adam LevineJames Wolpert"Somebody to Love"Public's vote
2Adam LevineTessanne Chin"Underneath It All"Public's vote
3Cee Lo GreenCaroline Pennell"Dog Days Are Over"Eliminated
4Blake SheltonCole Vosbury"I Still Believe in You"Public's vote
5Christina AguileraMatthew Schuler"It's Time"Instant Save
6Adam LevineWill Champlin"At Last"[35]Public's vote
7Blake SheltonRay Boudreaux"Gimme Some Lovin'"Eliminated
8Christina AguileraJacquie Lee"Who's Lovin' You"Public's vote
Non-competition performances
OrderPerformersSong
20.1Robin Thicke"Feel Good"
20.2Cole Vosbury, Ray Boudreaux, Tessanne Chin, & Will Champlin"One Day"
20.3Caroline Pennell, Jacquie Lee, James Wolpert, & Matthew Schuler"Lego House"
21.1Ellie Goulding
with James Wolpert, Matthew Schuler, & Will Champlin
"Burn"
21.2The Top 8
with the Starbucks Chorus
"Will the Circle Be Unbroken?"
21.3Cee Lo Green ft. Goodie Mob"Amy"
21.4The Top 8"Apologize" / "All the Right Moves"

Quarterfinals: Week 5 (December 2 & 3)[edit]

The Top 6 performed 2 songs each, one chosen by their coach and one chosen by them dedicated to someone in their lives, on Monday, December 2, 2013 with the results following on Tuesday, December 3.

CoachArtistOrderSong (Coach's Choice)OrderSong (Contestant's Choice as a Dedication)Result
Blake SheltonCole Vosbury1"Rich Girl"7"Better Man"Public's vote
Adam LevineTessanne Chin2"Redemption Song"8"Unconditionally"Public's vote
Christina AguileraMatthew Schuler9"When a Man Loves a Woman"3"Story of My Life"Eliminated
Adam LevineWill Champlin10"Hey Brother"4"A Change Is Gonna Come"Public's vote
Adam LevineJames Wolpert12"I'd Do Anything For Love"5"Fell in Love with a Girl"Instant Save
Christina AguileraJacquie Lee6"Cry Baby"11"The Voice Within"Public's vote
Non-competition performances
OrderPerformersSong
23.1Kelly Clarkson"Underneath the Tree"
23.2Jacquie Lee, Matthew Schuler, & Tessanne Chin"You Got the Love"
23.3Blake Shelton ft. Xenia"Silver Bells"
23.4Nuno Bettencourt
with Cole Vosbury, James Wolpert, & Will Champlin
"More Than Words"
23.5The Top 6"Joy to the World" / "O Holy Night"

Semifinals: Week 6 (December 9 & 10)[edit]

The Top 5 performed on Monday, December 9, 2013 with the results following on Tuesday, December 10. Three of the five artists charted within the iTunes top 10. Tessanne Chin (#1), Jacquie Lee (#7), and Will Champlin (#10) received the iTunes bonus multiplier for their respective chart positions at the close of voting, with Chin becoming the first contestant to achieve the top chart position at the end of an applicable voting window this season.[36] With the elimination of Cole Vosbury, Blake Shelton no longer has any artists on his team, thus breaking his three season winning streak. In the results show, the top three finalists from Season 4 (Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel, and The Swon Brothers) made an appearance along with Season 3 champion Cassadee Pope.

OrderCoachArtistSongResult
1Adam LevineJames Wolpert"With or Without You"Eliminated
2Adam LevineWill Champlin"Carry On"[36]Public's vote
3Christina AguileraJacquie Lee"Angel"[36]Public's vote
4Blake SheltonCole Vosbury"Shameless"Eliminated
5Adam LevineTessanne Chin"Bridge over Troubled Water"[36]Public's vote
Non-competition performances
OrderPerformersSong
24.1The Top 5"Best Day of My Life"
25.1The Swon Brothers"Later On"
25.2Michelle Chamuel"Go Down Singing"
25.3Cassadee Pope"I Wish I Could Break Your Heart"
25.4Danielle Bradbery"Never Like This"

Finals: Week 7 (December 16 & 17)[edit]

The final performance show aired on Monday, December 16, 2013, with the winner declared on the following results show Tuesday, December 17. In this phase of the competition, the contestants performed a duet with their respective coaches, a solo song, and the song that they performed during the Blind Auditions phase.

CoachArtistOrderReprise songOrderDuet songDuet withOrderSolo songResult
Adam LevineTessanne Chin1"Try"4"Let It Be"[37]Adam Levine7"I Have Nothing"[37]Winner
Adam LevineWill Champlin2"Not Over You"6"Tiny Dancer"[37]Adam Levine8"(Everything I Do) I Do It For You"[37]Third place
Christina AguileraJacquie Lee3"Back to Black"5"We Remain"Christina Aguilera9"And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"[37]Runner-up
Non-competition performances
OrderPerformersSong
26.1The Voice coaches & members of Def Leppard
(Phil Collen, Rick Allen, and Vivian Campbell)
"Pour Some Sugar on Me"
26.2The Top 3"I'll Be There"
27.1The Top 20"Tonight Is The Night"
27.2Jacquie Lee
(with Caroline Pennell, Cole Vosbury, James Wolpert and Matthew Schuller)
"Bohemian Rhapsody"
27.3Celine Dion and Tessanne Chin"Love Can Move Mountains"
27.4OneRepublic"I Lived"
27.5Matthew Schuler, Ray Boudreaux, Josh Logan, Preston Pohl and Nic Hawk"Treasure"
27.6Will Champlin
(with Cole Vosbury, Caroline Pennell, Austin Jenckes and Jonny Gray)
"Wagon Wheel"
27.7Paramore and Jacquie Lee"Ain't It Fun"
27.8Kat Robichaud, Tamara Chauniece, Amber Nicole, Grey, Stephanie Anne Johnson and Shelbie Z"My Life Would Suck Without You"
27.9Celine Dion and Ne-Yo"Incredible"
27.10Aloe Blacc and Will Champlin"Wake Me Up"
27.11Tessanne Chin
(with Preston Pohl, James Wolpert, Olivia Henken and Grey)
"Hold On, I'm A Comin'"
27.12Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera"Do What U Want"
27.13Tessanne Chin (Winner's song)"Tumbling Down"

Results summary[edit]

Overall
Color key
Artist's info
Result details
Live show results per week
ArtistWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Finals
Tessanne ChinSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeWinner
Jacquie LeeSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeRunner-up
Will ChamplinSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeThird place
Cole VosburySafeSafeSafeSafeSafeEliminatedEliminated (Week 6)
James WolpertSafeSafeSafeSafeSafeEliminated
Matthew SchulerSafeSafeSafeSafeEliminatedEliminated (Week 5)
Caroline PennellSafeSafeSafeEliminatedEliminated (Week 4)
Ray BoudreauxSafeSafeSafeEliminated
Austin JenckesSafeSafeEliminatedEliminated (Week 3)
Kat RobichaudSafeSafeEliminated
Josh LoganSafeEliminatedEliminated (Week 2)
Jonny GraySafeEliminated
Amber NicoleEliminatedEliminated (Week 1)
GreyEliminated
Nic HawkEliminated
Olivia HenkenEliminated
Preston PohlEliminated
Shelbie Z.Eliminated
Stephanie Anne JohnsonEliminated
Tamara ChaunieceEliminated
Team
Color key
Artist's info
Result details
ArtistWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Finals
Tessanne ChinPublic's voteAdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvanced Check mark.svgWinner
Will ChamplinCoach's choiceAdvancedAdvancedAdvanced Check mark.svgAdvancedAdvanced Check mark.svgThird Place
James WolpertPublic's vote Check mark.svgAdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvancedEliminated
Preston PohlEliminated
GreyEliminated
Caroline PennellPublic's voteAdvancedAdvancedEliminated
Kat RobichaudCoach's choiceAdvancedEliminated
Jonny GrayPublic's voteEliminated
Amber NicoleEliminated
Tamara ChaunieceEliminated
Jacquie LeePublic's voteAdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvanced Check mark.svgRunner-Up
Matthew SchulerPublic's voteAdvanced Check mark.svgAdvancedAdvancedEliminated
Josh LoganCoach's choiceEliminated
Olivia HenkenEliminated
Stephanie Anne JohnsonEliminated
Cole VosburyPublic's voteAdvancedAdvancedAdvancedAdvancedEliminated
Ray BoudreauxCoach's choiceAdvancedAdvancedEliminated
Austin JenckesPublic's voteAdvancedEliminated
Nic HawkEliminated
Shelbie Z.Eliminated

Performances by guests/coaches[edit]

EpisodeShow segmentPerformer(s)TitleReactionPerformance type
Hot 100Hot digital
6The Best of the Blind AuditionsDanielle Bradbery"The Heart of Dixie"Did not chartDid not chartpre-recorded performance
Cassadee Pope"Wasting All These Tears"58 (+17)41 (+5)music video clip
13The Live PlayoffsFlo Rida ft. Christina Aguilera"How I Feel"114 (=)70 (-8)live performance
14A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera"Say Something"16 (debut)1 (debut)live performance
17Top 12 ResultsSara Bareilles
(with Tessanne Chin, Caroline Pennell, Jacquie Lee and Kat Robichaud)
"Brave"27 (+10)21 (+26)live performance
20Top 8 PerformsRobin Thicke"Feel Good"Did not chartDid not chartlive performance
21Top 8 ResultsEllie Goulding
(with James Wolpert, Matthew Schuler and Will Champlin)
"Burn"21 (+15)13 (+14)live performance
23Quarterfinals ResultsKelly Clarkson"Underneath the Tree"92 (debut)TBAlive performance
Blake Shelton ft. Xenia"Silver Bells"Did not chartDid not chartlive performance
25Semifinals ResultsThe Swon Brothers"Later On"Did not chartDid not chartlive performance
Michelle Chamuel"Go Down Singing"TBATBAlive performance
Cassadee Pope"I Wish I Could Break Your Heart"TBATBAlive performance
Danielle Bradbery"Never Like This"TBATBAlive performance
Danielle Bradbery"My Day"Did not chartDid not chartpre-recorded performance
27Final ResultsCeline Dion and Ne-Yo"Incredible"TBATBAlive performance
Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera"Do What U Want"TBATBAlive performance
OneRepublic"I Lived"TBATBAlive performance
Paramore"Ain't It Fun"TBATBAlive performance

Artists' appearances on earlier talent shows[edit]

Television ratings[edit]

The fifth season premiered on September 23, 2013 and was watched by 14.98 million viewers with a 5.1 rating in the 18–49 demographic. It was up from last season's premiere by 1.34 million viewers.

EpisodeOriginal airdateProductionTimeslot (ET)Viewers
(in millions)
Adults (18–49)Source
RatingShare
1"The Blind Auditions Premiere"September 23, 2013 (2013-09-23)501Monday 8:00 p.m.14.985.113[39]
2"The Blind Auditions, Part 2"September 24, 2013 (2013-09-24)502Tuesday 8:00 p.m.14.354.713[40]
3"The Blind Auditions, Part 3"September 30, 2013 (2013-09-30)503Monday 8:00 p.m.14.124.713[41]
4"The Blind Auditions, Part 4"October 1, 2013 (2013-10-01)504Tuesday 8:00 p.m.14.544.513[42]
5"The Blind Auditions, Part 5"October 7, 2013 (2013-10-07)505Monday 8:00 p.m.14.634.613[43]
6"The Best of the Blind Auditions"October 8, 2013 (2013-10-08)506Tuesday 8:00 p.m.10.203.09[44]
7"The Battle Rounds Premiere"October 14, 2013 (2013-10-14)507Monday 8:00 p.m.13.874.512[45]
8"The Battles, Part 2"October 15, 2013 (2013-10-15)508Tuesday 9:00 p.m.12.994.011[46]
9"The Battles, Part 3"October 21, 2013 (2013-10-21)509Monday 8:00 p.m.13.694.311[47]
10"The Battles, Part 4"October 22, 2013 (2013-10-22)510Tuesday 9:00 p.m.13.144.111[48]
11"The Knockout Rounds Premiere"October 28, 2013 (2013-10-28)511Monday 8:00 p.m.13.224.311[49]
12"The Knockout Rounds, Part 2"October 29, 2013 (2013-10-29)512Tuesday 9:00 p.m.11.623.610[50]
13"The Live Shows Premiere"November 4, 2013 (2013-11-04)513Monday 8:00 p.m.11.753.69[51]
14"The Live Shows, Part 2"November 5, 2013 (2013-11-05)514Tuesday 9:00 p.m.11.303.49[52]
15"Live Eliminations 1"November 7, 2013 (2013-11-07)515Thursday 8:00 p.m.9.742.58[53]
16"Live Shows: Top 12"November 11, 2013 (2013-11-11)516Monday 8:00 p.m.11.993.810[54]
17"Top 12 Results"November 12, 2013 (2013-11-12)517Tuesday 9:00 p.m.11.643.49[55]
18"Live Shows: Top 10"November 18, 2013 (2013-11-18)518Monday 9:00 p.m.10.543.59[56]
19"Top 10 Results"November 19, 2013 (2013-11-19)519Tuesday 9:00 p.m.11.653.28[57]
20"Live Shows: Top 8"November 25, 2013 (2013-11-25)520Monday 8:00 p.m.11.523.49[58]
21"Top 8 Results"November 26, 2013 (2013-11-26)521Tuesday 9:00 p.m.10.353.08[59]
22"Live Shows: Top 6"December 2, 2013 (2013-12-02)522Monday 8:00 p.m.12.033.49[60]
23"Top 6 Results"December 3, 2013 (2013-12-03)523Tuesday 9:00 p.m.12.143.49[61]
24"Live Shows: Top 5"December 9, 2013 (2013-12-09)524Monday 8:00 p.m.13.203.510[62]
25"Top 5 Results"December 10, 2013 (2013-12-10)525Tuesday 9:00 p.m.11.523.19[63]
26"The Finale"December 16, 2013 (2013-12-16)526Monday 8:00 p.m.12.683.39[64]
27"The Finale Results"December 17, 2013 (2013-12-17)527Tuesday 9:00 p.m.14.014.011[65]

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