Congratulations to the youngest winner in the show’s history, Brynn Cartelli, and coach Kelly Clarkson! Brynn, I loved working with you for your Blind Audition. You are a driven, original artist with a beautiful old soul — and I can’t wait to hear what you have yet to write, create and sing. Brava Brynn!
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Talent and tenderness
Rayshun! Out of over 46,000 who auditioned for season 14, you made it through to the Semi-Finals! Wow. It was my joy working with you through The Blind Auditions, quickly recognizing your talent, love and light. Continue bringing us all joy by sharing your beautiful light my friend. Congratulations. #Rayshunlamarr #thevoiceseason14 #thevoicesemifinals
Season 13 of The Voice premiers September 25th on NBC.
It feels so good to celebrate my 10th season with this wonderful show!
I have so many people I’d like to thank, starting with a huge shout-out to my friend Roger Love. Without Roger’s personal recommendation I wouldn’t have had this amazing opportunity.
Thank you Roger!
Thank you to the vocal dream team I work with, guiding our artists through the Blinds.
Ladies, I am proud and humbled at the same time to work with you. (Pictured are Tamara Beatty, our lead vocal coach Trelawny Rose, myself and Debra Byrd.)
You are master coaches and you inspire me to be my best. I love working with you!
And thank you to the producers of The Voice, who give their all in making this show a true celebration of talent, spirit and growth.
I couldn’t be happier for this journey, and for the fine company who make every step of the way special.
The eighth season of The Voice premiered on February 23, 2015 on NBC.
I worked with winner Sawyer Fredericks on “Man Of Constant Sorrow” for his Blind Audition — and was overjoyed to see him perform some of his new music last night at The Troubadour. How thrilled I was to hear him sing that same song for his final encore — and I mean sing it:
Sawyer you sound amazing!
You continue to touch the hearts of your audiences with your emotion, your artistry and that voice way beyond its years.
Winning is “everything”
Congratulations to The Voice Season 11 winner Sundance Head and first runner-up Billy Gilman!
Working with them through the Blind Auditions was a privilege – bettered only by the thrill of watching them grow, shine and succeed.
True singers bring everything they have, and everything they are, to their music. Thank you, Sundance and Billy, for everything.
Congratulations to Season 11’s extraordinary top 12!
Special shoutouts to:
Team Miley’s Darby Walker,
Team Alicia’s Sa’Rayah,
Team Blake’s Sundance Head, and
Team Adam’s Billy Gilman.
It was a joy, a thrill and my pleasure coaching you Fantastic Four through
The Blind Auditions.
You continue to Kill It!
Music from the heart
When Alisan Porter was announced the Season 10 winner of The Voice, Christina became the first female coach to share the season’s success!
It was my absolute pleasure being your coach through The Blind Auditions, Alisan.
I can’t wait to hear the music you have yet in heart’s store to share with the world!
The halls are alive
I’m honored to have joined the faculty of California State University Los Angeles as a lecturer in the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance during this current Winter Quarter. It’s a privilege to introduce, for the first time in the school’s history, the course “Coaching for Pop and Commercial Singers.”
Cal State LA’s motto is “Vox Veritas Vita” — Latin for “Voice Truth Life.” I can’t think of three more fitting words to live by.
A country mile
Congratulations to Season 9’s winner, the amazing Jordan Smith, and outstanding runner-up: Emily Ann Roberts.
Emily, working with you and coaching you through the Blind Auditions was a defining moment for you as an artist and I’m honored to have been a part of that for you. I look forward now to seeing you writing more country/bluegrass music because that is truly You, and who you are.
Bring it! You’ve just run a country mile, and beautifully. How far you go is in your heart, your art and your truly exceptional voice.
Cue the music
Madi Davis, Shelby Brown and Zach Seabaugh.
You made it to the Final 9 of Season 9!
How amazing! Working with all 3 of you through The Blind Auditions was a special time of growth, and watching you reach new levels of openness was inspiring.
Congratulations on coming this far. This is not goodbye. I can’t wait to hear more from all of you.