The Voice (Australian TV series)

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The Voice is an Australian singing competition television series. It premiered on the Nine Network on 14 April 2012, before moving to the Seven Network in 2021. Based on the original The Voice of Holland, and part of The Voice franchise, its first nine seasons aired on the Nine Network, with its tenth season commencing on the Seven Network on 8 August 2021.

The Voice
The Voice Australia 2017 logo.png
GenreReality television
Created byJohn de Mol
Directed byPeter Ots
Presented by
Judges
Country of originAustralia
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons10
No. of episodes186
Production
Executive producers
  • John de Mol
  • Julie Ward
  • Leigh Aramberri
  • Jaala Webster
  • Chloe Baker
  • Joel McCormack
Production locationFox Studios Australia
Running time
  • 60–90 minutes (blind auditions)
  • 125 minutes (live shows)
Production companies
Release
Original network
Picture format
Audio formatStereo
Original release15 April 2012 (2012-04-15) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related showsThe Voice (franchise)
External links
Website
Production website

The show aims to find currently unsigned singing talent (solo or duets, professional and amateur) contested by aspiring singers, drawn from public auditions. The winners receive a recording contract with Universal Music Australia or EMI Music Australia, as well as A$100,000 and other prizes. Winners of the ten seasons have been: Karise Eden, Harrison Craig, Anja Nissen, Ellie Drennan, Alfie Arcuri, Judah Kelly, Sam Perry, Diana Rouvas, Chris Sebastian, and Bella Taylor Smith.

The series employs a panel of four coaches who critique the artists' performances and guide their teams of selected artists through the remainder of the season. They also compete to ensure that their act wins the competition, thus making them the winning coach. The original panel featured Delta Goodrem, Joel Madden, Seal and Keith Urban; the panel for the tenth season featured Urban, Guy Sebastian, Rita Ora and Jessica Mauboy. Other judges from previous seasons include Ricky Martin, Kylie Minogue, will.i.am, Joel & Benji Madden, Jessie J, Ronan Keating, Joe Jonas, Kelly Rowland, and Boy George.

FormatEdit

The show is part of the television franchise The Voice and is structured as three phases: blind auditions, battle rounds and live performance shows. In 2017, the show added another phase: the knockouts between the blind auditions and the battles. The winner receives a recording contract with Universal Music or EMI (2019) as well as A$100,000 and other prizes.[1]

Blind auditionsEdit

Four judges/coaches, all noteworthy recording artists, choose teams of contestants through a blind audition process during the auditioner's performance. If two or more judges want the same singer (as happens frequently), the singer has the final choice of coach.

Knockout and battle roundsEdit

Each team of singers are mentored and developed by their coach. In the second stage, called the knockouts, coaches pick three of their acts to go against each other in a sing off, with a theme. They all have different songs, after which the coach chooses which act will advance into the next phase, the battles. Once the coach has made a choice, the other coaches have an opportunity to use one of only two "saves" each coach can choose to take one of the other acts through to the battle round. They can also choose to save their own artist.

In the battles rounds, artists perform a duet together. The final 32 artists make it into the battles, but only 16 will compete in the finals. Coaches have one wildcard to take one of their own eliminated artists through to the finals. This is the last round in which coaches have a vote.

The CutEdit

In season 10, this new phase was introduced and consisted of coaches cutting their teams to just five artists. This phase replaced the "battles" phase typical of past seasons.[2]

Finals and live showsEdit

In the final phase, the remaining contestants (Final 8) compete against each other. The audience and coaches have equal say in deciding who moves to the Final 4 phase. With one team member remaining for each coach, the (Final 4) contestants compete in the finale with the outcome decided by public vote.

ProductionEdit

 
Coaches (series 1): Seal, Keith Urban, Delta Goodrem, and Joel Madden.
 
Ricky Martin was announced as Urban's replacement for the second series.

In May 2011, The Daily Telegraph reported that the Nine Network would broadcast The Voice in late 2011.[3] However, two months later, it was reported that the show would instead air in early 2012, and that the Nine Network were in talks with signing at least one international artist (especially an American) to lead its panel of coaches on the show, which were rumoured to be Christina Aguilera, George Michael, Usher, Pink and Gwen Stefani.[1] In September 2011, the Herald Sun reported that the Nine Network were planning to sign Australia's Got Talent judge Dannii Minogue as one of the coaches.[4] Anthony Callea, Vanessa Amorosi and former Pussycat Dolls member Ashley Roberts all publicly expressed interest in coaching roles,[5][6] however Keith Urban, Delta Goodrem, Seal and Joel Madden were ultimately confirmed as the four coaches for the first season.[7] On signing the four coaches, Michael Healy, the Nine Network's Director of Television, said: "To secure such world-class coaches has been a coup for this show and the network. The mix of talent and unique format will, we truly believe, be a captivating experience for our viewers."[8]

Darren McMullen was announced as the host of the program in January 2012.[9][10] Additionally, Ricki-Lee Coulter (with Seal), Darren Hayes, (Goodrem), Megan Washington (Urban) and Benji Madden (with brother Joel) were signed to pair up with the coaches as mentors for their contestants during the "Battle Round".[11][12] On 10 May 2012, Faustina Agolley was announced as the show's social media correspondent during the live shows.[13]

Filming for the blind auditions stage of the competition began on 19 February 2012 at Fox Studios in Sydney,[8][14] with 121 artists featured in this phase of the selection process.[15] The first day of filming resulted in hundreds of audience members being turned away from the studio due to overbooking of the event by an external booking agent.[14] Filming for the battle rounds started in late March.[16] In response to the immediate ratings success of the blind auditions, the Nine Network renewed the series for a second season on 27 April 2012.[17]

With Urban accepting an offer to join the American Idol judging panel it was announced in September 2012 that he would not be returning as a coach for the second season.[18] Following an extensive search process by producers, and constant media speculation[19][20] on who would replace Urban, Ricky Martin was officially announced as the new coach in November 2012.[21] In response to joining the series, Martin paid tribute to Urban saying he was "humbled to be sitting in his chair".[21] Healy stated that Martin would bring "huge experience" and be the "perfect addition" to the coaching panel,[22] with Goodrem, Madden and Seal all publicly expressing excitement at the news via their Twitter accounts.[23]

The success of the first season led to the Nine Network increasing its programming run for the second season, with an extra ten hours of content to be broadcast and the season running for approximately three months instead of two.[21] For 2014, Goodrem left the panel to join The Voice Kids, and Seal left to continue on his music career. Goodrem and Seal were in turn replaced by The Voice UK coaches Kylie Minogue and will.i.am. On 13 January 2015, it was announced that Goodrem would return to the panel, and new judges Jessie J and Benji Madden would join the series, replacing former judges Minogue and will.i.am.[24] On 22 February 2015, it was announced that Sonia Kruger would be joining the fourth season as a co-host with McMullen.[25] In 2015, Darren McMullen announced he was leaving The Voice, with Sonia Kruger to be a solo host in 2016.[26]

On 28 December 2015, Ronan Keating confirmed he would replace Martin on the show's fifth season, alongside returning coaches Goodrem, Jessie J and The Madden Brothers.[27] On 19 June 2016, it was announced that pop duo The Veronicas will briefly replace The Madden Brothers as coaches for the second live show on Sunday 19 June while the brothers are in the US on tour due to band commitments. The brothers are to due back on screen for the rest of the live shows. During an interview with NewsLitmited, the sisters stated " It's a very brutal industry to be in. We are very honest, very upfront and very real about the advise we give. We're not going to be sugar coating anything. There's not going to be anything contrived about our time on the show." Jessie J ruled out returning to the show for the 2017 show and stated "I've loved doing the show, I've done four seasons: two in the U.K., two in Sydney, but I just need to make another album."[28]

On 8 November 2016, it was announced that Goodrem would return for her fifth season as a coach, whilst original judge Seal, who departed the series following the second season, would return and replaced Jessie J.[29] On 8 December 2016, it was announced that Boy George would become the third coach for the series' sixth season replacing The Madden Brothers.[30] On 24 December 2016, it was announced that Kelly Rowland would become the fourth and final coach for the series' sixth season to replace Keating.[31]

On 11 October 2017, the series was renewed for a seventh season and it was announced that Goodrem, George and Rowland would all return.[32] On 14 December 2017, Nine announced Joe Jonas would replace Seal as the fourth judge for the seventh season.[33]

On 17 October 2018, the series was renewed for an eighth season and it was announced that Goodrem, George and Rowland would all return.[34] On 14 November 2018, Nine announced Guy Sebastian would replace Jonas as the fourth judge for the eighth season.[35] The eighth season premiered on 19 May 2019.[36]

On 16 October 2019, the series was renewed for a ninth season and it was announced that Goodrem, George, Rowland and Sebastian would all be returning as series judges.[37] In November 2019, Sonia Kruger announced she would be leaving Nine Network at the end of 2019, in which she will be resigning as the show's host.[38][39] In January 2020, Darren McMullen was announced to return as host after his departure in 2014, along with new co-host Renee Bargh.[40][41]

Due to the Acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney, Fox Studios has been designated to Disney and Marvel productions, resulting in ITV Studios Australia becoming the new home location for The Voice.[42] In August 2020, it was announced Seven Network had picked up the series for its tenth season, set to broadcast sometime in the following year, with Kruger returning as host.[43][44] In December of the same year, Seven announced Sebastian would continue as a coach; Jessica Mauboy and former The Voice UK coach Rita Ora were named new coaches replacing Rowland and Goodrem, and Urban was announced to return to the coaching panel replacing George.[45]

On 16 July 2021, Seven Network and The Voice casting website announced that two new seasons will be broadcast in 2022: the upcoming eleventh regular season, and The Voice Generations.[46] For the "generations" version, family groups, consisted in people of several ages, are the ones who can apply.

On 11 October 2021, it was announced that Sebastian, Urban, Ora and Mauboy would all be returning as series judges for 2022.[47]

Coaches and hostsEdit

Timeline of coachesEdit

KeyEdit

  Featured as a full-time coach
  Featured as a part-time advisor
Timeline of coaches
Coach Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Delta Goodrem
Joel Madden [a]
Seal
Keith Urban
Ricky Martin
Kylie Minogue
will.i.am
Benji Madden [a]
Jessie J
Ronan Keating
Kelly Rowland
Boy George
Joe Jonas
Guy Sebastian
Jessica Mauboy
Rita Ora

Timeline of hostsEdit

KeyEdit

  Main presenter
  Backstage presenter
Timeline of hosts
Coach Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Darren McMullen
Faustina Agolley
Sonia Kruger
Renee Bargh

Coaches' teamsEdit

  Winning coach; winners are denoted by boldface.

  Contestant is deceased

Season Seal Joel Madden Delta Goodrem Keith Urban
1 Karise Eden
Fatai V
Chris Sebastian
Emma-louise Birdsall
Sam Ludeman
Michael Duchesne
Sarah De Bono
Ben Hazlewood
Prinnie Stevens
Lakyn Heperi
Laura Bunting
Rachael Leahcar
Glenn Cunningham
Danni Da Ros
Viktoria Bolonina
Matt Hetherington
Ben Bennett
Darren Percival
Diana Rouvas
Adam Martin
Brittany Cairns
Taga Paa
Jimmy Cupples
2 Seal Joel Madden Delta Goodrem Ricky Martin
Harrison Craig
Mitchell Anderson
Alex Gibson
Jac Stone
Danny Ross
Kiyomi Vella
Michael Stangel
Michael Paynter
Celia Pavey
Steve Clisby
Jackie Sannia
Tim Morrison
Luke Kennedy
Miss Murphy
Simon Meli
Caterina Torres
3 will.i.am Kylie Minogue Joel Madden Ricky Martin
Anja Nissen
ZK
Gabriel and Cecilia
Mat Verevis
Johnny Rollins
Kat Jade
Robbie Balmer
John Lingard
Frank Lakoudis
Holly Tapp
Isaac McGovern
Taila Gouge
Jackson Thomas
Sabrina Batshon
Elly Oh
C Major
4 Ricky Martin Jessie J Delta Goodrem The Madden Brothers
Liam Maihi
Naomi Price
Gail Page
Scott Newnham
Ellie Drennan
Simi Vuata
Amber Nichols
Cath Adams
Lyndall Wennekes
Caleb Jago-Ward
Rik-E-Ragga
Nicholas Duquemin
Joe Moore
Nathan Hawes
Peta Evans-Taylor
Tameaka Powell
5 Ronan Keating Jessie J Delta Goodrem The Madden Brothers
Tash Lockhart
Mitch Gardner
Georgia Wiggins
Emad Younan
Ellen Reed
Jack Pellow
Mikaela Dean
Brianna Holm
Alfie Arcuri
Adam Ladell
Kim Sheehy
Elle Murphy
Andrew Loadsman
Aaliyah Warren
Lane Sinclair
Lexi Clark
6 Seal Delta Goodrem Kelly Rowland Boy George
Lucy Sugerman
Berni Harrison
Rennie Adams
Judah Kelly
Claire Howell
Tim Conlon
Fasika Ayallew
Spencer Jones
Bojesse Pigram
Hoseah Partsch
Lyn Bowtell
Sarah Stone
Robin Johnson
7 Boy George Kelly Rowland Delta Goodrem Joe Jonas
Sheldon Riley
Chang Po Ching
Luke Antony
Mikayla Jade
Sam Perry
Bella Paige
AP D'Antonio
Brock Ashby
Ben Clark
Trent Bell
Jacinta Gulisano
Nathan Brake
Aydan Calafiore
Sally Skelton
Ben Sekali
Homegrown
8 Kelly Rowland Guy Sebastian Delta Goodrem Boy George
Zeek Power
Lara Dabbagh
Denzel
Rebecca Selley
Jack Vidgen
Mitch Paulsen
Chynna Taylor
Elsa Clement
Daniel Shaw
Jordan Anthony
Sheldon Riley
Natasha Stuart  
Diana Rouvas
Lee Harding
Madi Krstevski
Carlos C Major
9 Chris Sebastian
Mark Furze
Alex Weybury
Despina Savva
Lyric McFarland
Johnny Manuel
Timothy Bowen
Adam Ludewig
Stephanie Cole
Matt Gresham
Stellar Perry
Jesse Teinaki
Clarrisa Spata
Steve Clisby
Goldi
Siala Robson
Masha Mnjoyan
Angela Fabian
Virginia Lillye
Elyse Sene-Lefao
10 Keith Urban Rita Ora Jessica Mauboy Guy Sebastian
Arlo Sim
Lau Abend
Cassie McIvor
Jediael
Lozz Benson
G-Nat!on
Sian Fuller
Sofia Watt
Tanya George
Halimah Kyrgios
Mick Harrington
Ella Monnery
Seann Miley Moore
Evile Jireh Sisifo Laloata
Janaki Easwar
Bella Taylor Smith
Jordan Fuller
Chantel Cofie
Adrian Hood
Penelope Pettigrew

Series overviewEdit

The Voice series overview
Season First aired Last aired Winner Runner-up Third place Fourth place Winning coach Host(s) Coaches (chairs' order) Network
1 2 3 4
1 15 Apr 2012 18 June 2012 Karise Eden Darren Percival Rachael Leahcar Sarah De Bono Seal Darren McMullen Seal Joel Delta Keith Nine Network
2 7 Apr 2013 17 June 2013 Harrison Craig Luke Kennedy Celia Pavey Danny Ross Ricky
3 4 May 2014 21 July 2014 Anja Nissen Jackson Thomas Johnny Rollins Frank Lakoudis will.i.am will.i.am Kylie Joel
ZK
4 28 June 2015 30 Aug 2015 Ellie Drennan Joe Moore Nathan Hawes Liam Maihi Jessie J McMullen,
Sonia Kruger
Ricky Jessie Delta Joel & Benji
5 1 May 2016 10 July 2016 Alfie Arcuri Adam Ladell Tash Lockhart Ellen Reed Delta Goodrem Sonia Kruger Ronan
6 24 Apr 2017 2 July 2017 Judah Kelly Hoseah Partsch Fasika Ayallew Lucy Sugerman Seal Delta Kelly George
7 15 Apr 2018 17 June 2018 Sam Perry Bella Paige Sheldon Riley Aydan Calafiore Kelly Rowland George Kelly Delta Joe
8 19 May 2019 7 July 2019 Diana Rouvas Daniel Shaw Zeek Power Jordan Anthony Boy George Kelly Guy George
9 24 May 2020 19 July 2020 Chris Sebastian Johnny Manuel Stellar Perry Siala Robson Kelly Rowland McMullen,
Renee Bargh
Guy Delta George Kelly
10 8 Aug 2021 12 Sep 2021 Bella Taylor Smith Mick Harrington Arlo Sim G-Nat!on Guy Sebastian Sonia Kruger Keith Rita Jess Guy Seven Network

Seasons synopsisEdit

Season 1 (2012)Edit

Karise Eden was crowned the first winner of The Voice Australia. Darren Percival was runner-up, followed by Rachael Leahcar in third place and Sarah De Bono in fourth place.[48] Season one saw 80% of artists enter the music charts, culminating in 9 out of the top 10 in finale week. Eden made history with eight singles in the charts and both a number-one single and album.[49]

Season 2 (2013)Edit

The second season of The Voice Australia crowned Harrison Craig the winner, under Seal's tutelage. Keith Urban did not return as a coach after it was officially announced he would become a judge on American Idol.[50][51] The Nine Network confirmed on 29 November 2012 that Latin pop star Ricky Martin would replace Urban as the new coach.[52] Luke Kennedy placed second under the new coach, with Celia Pavey third and Danny Ross fourth.

Season 3 (2014)Edit

On 26 November 2013, it was announced that Seal and Delta Goodrem would not be returning as coaches for the third season. The same day, it was announced that The Voice UK coaches will.i.am and Kylie Minogue would join Joel Madden and Ricky Martin.[53] Taping for the third season began on 14 January 2014, with the Battle rounds commencing in March. Blind auditions began airing on 4 May 2014. Anja Nissen was announced the winner with Jackson Thomas in second place, Johnny Rollins in third, and Frank Lakoudis and ZK in fourth.

Season 4 (2015)Edit

In January 2015, it was confirmed that Goodrem would return to her judges chair, and would be joined by new additions Jessie J and Benji Madden.[24] On 22 February 2015, Sonia Kruger was announced as the new co-host.[25] Ellie Drennan was announced the winner with Joe Moore in second place, Nathan Hawes in third, and Liam Maihi in fourth.

Season 5 (2016)Edit

In July 2015, it was confirmed that The Voice would return in 2016.[54] Jessie J, Goodrem and The Madden Brothers were announced as returning coaches ; Martin was replaced by Ronan Keating. On 28 December 2015, McMullen announced he would not be returning as host of The Voice.[citation needed] The season began airing on 1 May 2016.[55][56] Alfie Arcuri was announced the winner with Adam Ladell in second place, Tash Lockhart in third, and Ellen Reed in fourth.

Season 6 (2017)Edit

In November 2016, it was confirmed that Goodrem would be returning as a coach on the show for her fifth season and that she would be joined by former coach, Seal, returning after a three-season absence.[29] The following month, former The Voice UK coach, Boy George, was announced as the third coach.[30] In December 2016, it was confirmed that former The X Factor UK judge and singer, Kelly Rowland, would be the fourth and final coach.[57] The season began airing on 24 April 2017.[58] Judah Kelly was announced the winner with Hoseah Partsch in second place, Fasika Ayallew in third, and Lucy Sugerman in fourth.

Season 7 (2018)Edit

On 11 October 2017, the series was renewed for a seventh season and it was announced that Goodrem, George and Rowland would all return.[32] On 14 December 2017, Nine announced Joe Jonas would replace Seal as the fourth judge for the seventh season.[33] The season began airing on 15 April 2018. Sam Perry was announced as the winner[59] with The Voice Kids finalist Bella Paige in second place, Sheldon Riley in third, and Aydan Calafiore in fourth.

Season 8 (2019)Edit

On 17 October 2018, the series was renewed for an eighth season and it was announced that Goodrem, George and Rowland would all return.[34] On 14 November 2018, Nine announced Guy Sebastian would replace Jonas as the fourth judge for the eighth season.[35] The season began airing on 19 May 2019.[36]

This season, only the Semifinals and the Grand Finale were broadcast live. Each coach was allowed to advance a top four to the Finals: Diana Rouvas was announced as the winner with Daniel Shaw in second, Zeek Power in third, and Jordan Anthony in fourth.[60]

Season 9 (2020)Edit

On 16 October 2019, the series was renewed for a ninth season with coaches from the previous season returning.[37] On 25 January 2020, it was announced that Darren McMullen and Renee Bargh would act as successors to Kruger as hosts.[40] The block was also introduced as a twist for the blind auditions, giving coaches the power to block another coach from getting an artist.

Season 10 (2021)Edit

In August 2020, it was announced Seven Network had picked up the series for its tenth season, set to broadcast in 2021, with Sonia Kruger returning as host. In December of the same year, Seven announced that Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Rita Ora, and Keith Urban were the coaches, replacing Kelly Rowland, Delta Goodrem and Boy George. The grand finale was prerecorded in April 2021, with four different endings being taped. The show was broadcast on 12 September 2021 with the winner, Bella Taylor Smith, being decided by a viewer poll.

Music releases by contestantsEdit

Two The Voice Australia winners, Karise Eden and Harrison Craig's, albums have debuted at number one on the ARIA albums chart. Besides both winners, Darren Percival, Rachael Leahcar, Sarah De Bono, Prinnie Stevens, Emma Birdsall, Adam Martin and Lakyn of season 1, and Luke Kennedy, Emma Pask, Danny Ross, Ms. Murphy and Caterina Torres of season 2 have all signed record contracts with Universal Music Australia.

Possibly the most notable alumni of the series is season 2 finalist Celia Pavey, who has achieved a successful pop career in Australia under the name Vera Blue. Her single "Papercuts" with rapper Illy peaked at #2 on the ARIA singles chart, and her sophomore album Perennial debuted on the ARIA albums chart at #6. Eleven of her singles have achieved either Gold or Platinum status in the country.

Another notable alumni is season 4 contestant Grace Pitts, who has had a successful career under the name GRAACE, receiving significant airplay on Triple J.

ReceptionEdit

ViewershipEdit

Season Premiere date Finale date Episodes Premiere
ratings
Rank Finale ratings
(Grand final)
Rank Finale ratings
(Winner announced)
Rank Average
series viewers
Average
rank
Source
1 15 April 2012 18 June 2012 16 2.190 #1 2.749 #2 3.238 #1 2.375 #1 [61][62]
2 7 April 2013 17 June 2013 24 1.940 #1 2.093 #2 2.380 #1 1.989 #1 [63][64]
3 4 May 2014 21 July 2014 23 2.229 #1 1.727 #1 1.579 #2 1.741 #1 [65][66]
4 28 June 2015 30 August 2015 18 1.633 #1 1.563 #2 1.666 #1 1.574 #1 [67][68]
5 1 May 2016 10 July 2016 1.454 #1 1.207 #4 1.331 #1 1.280 #2 [69][70]
6 24 April 2017 2 July 2017 20 1.277 #1 1.231 #4 1.357 #1 1.140 #3 [71][72]
7 15 April 2018 17 June 2018 1.072 #5 1.028 #4 1.086 #3 0.987 #4 [73][74]
8 19 May 2019 7 July 2019 1.064 #3 1.019 #4 1.069 #2 1.030 #3 [75][76]
9 24 May 2020 19 July 2020 21 1.082 #3 0.938 #5 N/A 0.938 #6 [77][78]
10 8 August 2021 12 September 2021 13 1.414 #2 1.362 #2 1.449 #1 1.285 #1 [79]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Awards and nominations received by The Voice
Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref
2013 AACTA Awards Best Reality Television Series The Voice Nominated [80]
Logie Awards Most Popular Light Entertainment Program The Voice Won [81]
Most Popular New Male Talent Joel Madden Won
Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program The Voice Nominated
2014 Logie Awards Most Popular Light Entertainment Program The Voice Nominated [82]
Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program Nominated
2015 AACTA Awards Best Reality Television Series The Voice Won [83]
Logie Awards Most Popular Entertainment Program The Voice Nominated [84]
Most Outstanding Entertainment Program Won
AACTA Awards Best Reality TV The Voice Nominated [85]
2016 Logie Awards Best Entertainment Program The Voice Nominated [86]
Most Outstanding Entertainment Program Nominated
2017 Logie Awards Best Entertainment Program The Voice Nominated [87]
Most Outstanding Entertainment Program Nominated
2019 Logie Awards Most Popular Entertainment Program The Voice Nominated [88]
Most Popular New Talent Joe Jonas Nominated

See alsoEdit

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  1. ^ a b Benji Madden joined his brother, Joel, to be a duo coach on seasons four and five.

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