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Toneisha Harris is either tied with Kyla for the farthest any AA female has made on the show or THE farthest period. (We won't ever know if she's 2nd or 3rd)

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One more thing.

 

Todd is the first person to win The Voice whose "Live Playoff" performance was broadcasted last. 

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5 minutes ago, FloorWax said:

Toneisha Harris is either tied with Kyla for the farthest any AA female has made on the show or THE farthest period. (We won't ever know if she's 2nd or 3rd)

Hopefully they release that somewhere like in the press after the show. She would also be tying Wé

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Since the KOs were introduced in S3, the only winners to not have their KO in the first episode were:

Cassadee (they did KOs by team so Team Blake was last)

Danielle Bradbery (second episode)

Craig Wayne Boyd (final steal)

Brynn Cartelli (opened second episode)

Chevel Shepherd (opened third episode)

 

I'm going to count Maelyn and Josh as being on the premiere episode since even though they had a twist to their KOs (cross battles and another round of battles, respectively), they were still both of the premiere for those episodes.

 

So, 11/16 of these winners were on the KO premiere

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1 hour ago, FloorWax said:

Toneisha Harris is either tied with Kyla for the farthest any AA female has made on the show or THE farthest period. (We won't ever know if she's 2nd or 3rd)

Either way, she is the first AA female to actually be onscreen when Carson announced the winner.

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Thunderstorm Artis is the first contestant in a Spring cycle of The Voice to close the finale show and lose.

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Just now, mjdolorico said:

OOPS

I got notified for this post, haha. Did I miss something?

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Just now, MatthewPalermo said:

I got notified for this post, haha. Did I miss something?

 

Nope, I accidentally typed a post that was meant for the spoiler thread. LOL

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4 hours ago, FloorWax said:

Toneisha Harris is either tied with Kyla for the farthest any AA female has made on the show or THE farthest period. (We won't ever know if she's 2nd or 3rd)

Can i ask a question? Whats AA and AI?

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FACTS!!

s14 BRITTON is the first ever person to place runner up with INSTANT SAVE during semifinals.

s18 TONEISHA is the first ever person to place runner up with INSTANT SAVE and COACH SAVE during semifinals.

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26 minutes ago, IAN27TAY said:

Can i ask a question? Whats AA and AI?

 

AA - African American

 

AI - American Idol

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15 hours ago, Gmm99 said:

One more thing.

 

Todd is the first person to win The Voice whose "Live Playoff" performance was broadcasted last. 

Josh Kaufman and Season 6 say hello.

 

Todd is the first winner from Mississippi and he ups Blake’s lead over Kelly and Adam to 7 wins vs. three each, respectively.

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1 hour ago, VintageVoice said:

Josh Kaufman and Season 6 say hello.

 

Todd is the first winner from Mississippi and he ups Blake’s lead over Kelly and Adam to 7 wins vs. three each, respectively.

Yeah, I forgot about Josh Kaufman, my bad. Thanks.

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Season 18 is the first time the top 3 and the top 2 were all 4-chair turners.

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On 5/19/2020 at 11:19 PM, FloorWax said:

Toneisha Harris is either tied with Kyla for the farthest any AA female has made on the show or THE farthest period. (We won't ever know if she's 2nd or 3rd)

The Voice's Twitter officially confirmed it - Toneisha made it to second, thus beating Kyla for the furthest an African-American woman has made it on the show. 

 

 

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In order of earliest to latest audition in the show for all the winners (if it was the same order, I went by whichever season had fewer auditions in the season, then earliest season to latest if the episodes had the same number of auditions in it):

 

Todd Tilghman (Episode 1, Audition #1 of 11)

Brynn Cartelli (Episode 1, Audition #2 of 11)

Maelyn Jarmon (Episode 1, Audition #2 of 12)

Sundance Head (Episode 1, Audition #4 of 11)

Danielle Bradberry (Episode 1, Audition #5 of 14)

Jordan Smith (Episode 1, Audition #6 of 11)

Sawyer Fredericks (Episode 1, Audition #11 of 11)

Alisan Porter (Episode 1, Audition #11 of 11)

Javier Colon (Episode 1, Audition #14 of 15)

Tessanne Chin (Episode 2, Audition #14 of 14)

Jermaine Paul (Episode 2, Audition #14 of 15)

Jake Hoot (Episode 3, Audition #2 of 11)

Chevel Shepherd (Episode 3, Audition #6 of 12)

Craig Wayne Boyd (Episode 4, Audition #7 of 17)

Chloe Kohanski (Episode 5, Audition #1 of 14)

Josh Kaufman (Episode 5, Audition #18 of 18)

Cassadee Pope (Episode 7, Audition #6 of 6)

Chris Blue (Episode 7, Audition #9 of 9)

 

A disproportionate number of the winners sang in the premiere of the BAs - exactly half of the eighteen artists, in fact. I wonder how much of a leg up that gives to building a fanbase? Clearly, it wasn't an issue for some of the later auditioning acts (Josh, for example, especially given he beat out several expected favorites), but when nearly two-thirds of the winners come from the first week of the show's episodes...

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On 5/21/2020 at 9:59 AM, VintageVoice said:

The Voice's Twitter officially confirmed it - Toneisha made it to second, thus beating Kyla for the furthest an African-American woman has made it on the show. 

 

 

Not only that, but Toneisha is now tied with Emily Ann Roberts for the furthest a coach save in playoffs has ever advanced, being the runner-up.

 

Also, S18 is the first season since S3 where the top 2 came from the same team, as well as the first season where a contestant 40+ years old made the top 2 (and both the winner and runner-up were 40+!)

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