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The first season (I think) that had a legit full on Monday (2 hrs) and Tuesday (1hr) blinds format was S13. The past seasons used to air Blind audition Tuesdays in 2hrs episodes as well. So I´ll count finalists from there since I´m lazy.

 

FINALISTS THAT APPEARED ON A TUESDAY (S13-S20):

S13: Red Marlow

S14: Spensha Baker

S15: Chris Kroeze

S16: None

S17: None

S18: Toneisha Harris

S19: None

S20: None

 

So in these 7 seasons, we  overall had 35 finalists, and out of those, 4 appeared on a Tuesday. 

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9 hours ago, Misirlou said:

The first season (I think) that had a legit full on Monday (2 hrs) and Tuesday (1hr) blinds format was S13. The past seasons used to air Blind audition Tuesdays in 2hrs episodes as well. So I´ll count finalists from there since I´m lazy.

 

FINALISTS THAT APPEARED ON A TUESDAY (S13-S20):

S13: Red Marlow

S14: Spensha Baker

S15: Chris Kroeze

S16: None

S17: None

S18: Toneisha Harris

S19: None

S20: None

 

So in these 7 seasons, we  overall had 35 finalists, and out of those, 4 appeared on a Tuesday. 

Wow that’s really interesting plus theyre all team blake haha

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There are also less 4 chair turns on Tuesday episodes, and there have been episodes with none of them


S12- Autumn, Casi* (Thursday)
S13- Keisha
S14- Pryor, Terrence
S15- DeAndre, SandyRedd
S16- LB
S17- Shane Q, Preston, Khalea 
S18- Toneisha
S19- Cami

S20- Zae


Many seasons had none in the infamous episode 4 (Also, S17 has a lot because there were so many, but they did spread them out more that season)

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This is obviously no longer gonna be relevant this season, but given the pandemic, just something to note:

 

Last competitive performance taped with a live in-studio audience: S18 - Anaya Cheyenne - Praying vs. Mandi Thomas - My Church (and presumably, Mandi went last; aired 4/20/2020)

 

Last competitive live performance with a live in-studio audience: S17 - Rose Short's Border Song in the finale. (taped/aired 12/16/2019)

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Songs sung by multiple winners

Time After Time- Javier Colon and Chloe Kohanski

Fix You- Javier Colon and Brynn Cartelli

Grandpa (Tell Me Bout the Good Old Days)- Danielle Bradbery and Chevel Shepherd

Set Fire to the Rain- Josh Kaufman and Jordan Smith

Hallelujah- Jordan Smith and Maelyn Jarmon

Desperado- Alisan Porter and Jake Hoot

The Climb- Sundance Head and Carter Rubin

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Of the winners since S3, here’s the ones whose opponents in the battles have been stolen/saved:

 

Danielle (Season 4)

Jordan (Season 9)

Alisan (Season 10)

Brynn (Season 14)

Todd (Season 18)

Carter (Season 19)

Cam (Season 20)

 

Two winners were also stolen during the battles:

Josh (season 6*)
CWB (season 7)

 

*Josh was technically a “round 2” battle steal, but a battle’s a battle so I’m counting it.

 

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I don't recall seeing the age on TV, but if Jim from Jim & Sasha is really 57, I believe he's the oldest chair turner in all 21 seasons.

 

In terms of solo act, Wendy Moten actually tied Dan Shafer at 56 years old for oldest solo act.

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Just realized the similarities between the runs of Keisha Renee and Pryor Baird

 

-Both were in their 30s when they were on the show

-Both are originally from California

-Both auditions were leaked ahead of the premiere

-Both auditions were featured in the Tuesday episode

-Both were 4 chair turns (the only one on their team)

-Both went to Team Blake

-Both of their battle partners were stolen and made semifinals on their new team.
-Both were eliminated in the semifinals (the same night as their battle partners)

-The other two contestants from their teams made the finale

-Both were country combined with another genre (Keisha- R&B, Pryor- blues)

 

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John continues his streak:
S16: he blocked Adam for Julian (Cross Battles 🥲)
S17/19: he blocked Kelly for Max (she stole him on KOs) and John H (Top 5)
S18/20: he blocked Nick for Nelson (4wayKO) and Ciana (KOs)
S21: he blocked Ariana for Joshua (?)

-- Use his block and gets the artist, never used it on Blake or Gwen, contestants always moving to the KOs -- 

 

• Gwen has 2/2: Kyndal (Blake, POs) and Ryan (John, KOs).
• JHud has 1/1: Zaxai (Kelly, she stole him on the battles and he made POs)

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Songs featured in multiple premieres

 

Trouble (Ray LaMontagne)- Tony Lucca and Britton Buchanan

Sex and Candy (Marcy Playground)- Dave Moisan and Drew Cole

Perfect (Ed Sheeran)- Tyke James and Tate Brusa

Dancing on My Own (Calum Scott)- Paxton Ingram and Corey Ward

Don't Close Your Eyes (Keith Whitley)- Jake Worthington and Kenzie Wheeler

Try a Little Tenderness (Otis Redding)- Johnny Hayes and Chris Weaver (the only song featured in two consecutive ones)

 

Beneath Your Beautiful also was featured twice, but one of them was a no chair turn

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Idk if someone already pointed this out, but i think it's noticeable that the youngest finalist ever (Kennedy Holmes, 13) and the oldest finalist ever (Toneisha Harris, 44) are both black females

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