Vegas Odds On The Voice
As you may have gathered from the name, singing is involved. However, the competition's structure, contestant progression, and celebrity presence on The Voice present an intriguing and dramatic approach to finding the industry's most promising and talented 'voice'. The Voice is definitely a unique take on talent seeking, and creatively sets itself apart from similar shows such as American Idol and America's Got Talent. Below we've got the details on what promises to be a remarkable season of The Voice.
NBC The Voice 2014 - Season 7
Blind auditions are out of the way and the battle begins on Season 7 of The Voice. Two new judges are added to the show's cast, including Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams, who join Adam Levine and Blake Shelton for this season's competition. These two new judges are being well received and already have carved out their presence on the show, effectively developing their report with the long time judges Levine and Shelton. The Battle Rounds kick off on Monday, October 13, 2014. The teams are set and the first round will be team members facing off against each other.
Following is information on the first battle rounds, including who is on what team, who will be facing who on stage, as well as which songs they will be using to compete against each other. From what we've seen in the blind auditions, this season promises to deliver a riveting performance each episode.
Results From First Battle Rounds for Season 7 of The Voice
Team Members: John Williams, Sugar Joans, Craig Wayne Boyd and Troy Ritchie. The results are as follows:
John Williams defeated Amanda Lee Peers singing "Jolene" by Dolly Parton and Amanda was eliminated.
Sugar Joans defeated Jean Kelley singing "Survivor" by Destin's Child, however Pharrell stepped up and stole Kelley, so he was not eliminated.
Tony Ritchie defeated Menlik Zergabachew singing "Maneater" by Hall and Oats, and for his second steal of the battle rounds, Pharrell stole Menlik.
Team Members: Chris Jamison, Alessandro Castronovo and Rebekah Samarin. The results are as follows:
Chris Jamison defeated Johnathon Wyndham singing "Yong Girls" by Bruno Mars, and Wyndham was eliminated.
Castronovo defeated Joe Kirk singing "Stay" by Rihanna, and Kirk was eliminated.
Rebekah Samarin defeated Clara Hong singing "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" by Carole King and Clara was eliminated.
Team Members: James David Carter, Grant Ganzer, Griffin and Tanner Linford. The results are as follows:
James Carter defeated Craig Boyd singing "Wave on Wave" by Pat Green, and Team Gwen moved fast to steal Boyd.
Ganzer defeated Martin singing "Stop and Stare" by One Republic, and Martin was eliminated.
Tanner Linford defeated Jistin Johnes singing "You and I" by One Direction, and Johnes was sent home.
Team Members: Luke Wade, Elyjuh Rene, Jordy Searcy, Taylor Phelan, Jean Kelley and Merik Zergabechew. The results are as follows:
Luke Wade defeated Griffin singing "Maybe I'm Amazed" by Paul McCartney, and Blake responded by stealing Griffin for his team.
Rene defeated Sykes singing "If I Aint Got You" by Alicia Keys, and Maiya Sykes was sent home.
Taylor Phelan defeated Jody Searcy singing "Breakeven" by The Script, and Jody was sent home.
This part of the competition is when the judges must start deciding who stays and who goes, and the competition becomes rather heart wrenching at times for contestants, judges and fans, and at times, a little brutal as well. We will update the battles and events of the competition weekly after the second episode of the week airs, updating the eliminations and progress that takes place during that week's episodes, culminating in the finale in which you will see the results discussed. <
About The Voice TV Show
This new and spicy talent show is based on the reality singing competition in the Netherlands named The Voice of Holland, and features some special celebrity judges and coaches who interact with the contestants, coach them as they progress in the competition and grow as singers, and of course, judge the contestants' performances.
Coaches on the last season include Shakira, Usher, Adam Levine, and Black Shelton. Additional advisers and coaches joined to help, including Monica, Reba McEntire, and Sia Furler, and they also provided input with the judges/coaches regarding winners of each round. The judges' panel is where some of the best drama occurs, and they can at times be rather unpredictable, adding to the intrigue of the Las Vegas Odds on The Voice This season the origial panel of judges returns to the show.
The Winner of the competition will receive a $100,000 cash prize, and a record contract with Universal Republic. That's quite the carrot being dangled in front of our contestants, and is clearly motivating and driving them to work hard, improve each week, and continue fighting the good fight as America, and sports betting enthusiasts sit on the edge of their seats to see the latest Vegas Odds on Who Will Win The Voice.
The Voice series is made up of three distinct phases, including a blind audition, a battle phase, and for the final rounds, the live performance shows. The four celebrity judges / coaches each select teams of participants through a blind audition process in which their backs are to the contestants as they audition. This ensures that nobody is judged on their appearance, and is solely chosen by a coach based on their voice quality.
If a coach decides they like a contestant, they hit the 'I want you button' on their chair and their chair then turns around to face the contestant who is singing. The coaches must make this move while the singer is performing. If nobody turns around during a song, then the singer is eliminated. If more than one judge turns around during the song, than the contestant gets to choose which coach they want to work with.
The first round provides an opportunity for each singer to be heard, and the Las Vegas Odds on Who Will Win The Voice begin to formulate and cook, preparing for the weekly transformation that takes place as the number of contestants is narrowed down to the final rounds of the competition. Each team of singers chosen to participate during the blind auditions will then be instructed, mentored, and have their talent and skills developed by their coach.
The second round consists of the battle phase in which coaches pair up members of their team to battle against each other by singing a duet together. The coaches determine who will sing against whom, and also who wins each battle round. At this point the coach/judge has a team member to help in the coaching and the judging.
The final phase of The Voice consists the remaining contestant competing against each other in live broadcasts where the television audience helps in determining who moves on and progressively narrowing the contestants down to one team member for each coach. Once the final four are determined, they will compete against each other in the finale, which is also a live show.
The excitement is heating up as the show heads toward the final phases of the competition. Do you have a favorite? Do you know who will win? If you enjoy trying to guess the outcome, while also placing a little wager on the winner, you can check out the latest Vegas Odds on The Voice to find out who the odds makers are rooting for, and who's got no chance. Of course, like a television audience voting for their favorite singer, the odds can be fickle, and we really can't be sure each week who will stay, and who will move on. And isn't that the way we love it!?
Las Vegas The Voice Betting Odds
The following are the most current Las Vegas betting odds on who will win The Voice Season 4.