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WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Every winner of 'The Voice'

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  • Season 21 of NBC's reality-competition series "The Voice" airs in September
  • Winners like Cassadee Pope and Chris Blue have continued making new music.
  • The show has crowned several young winners, like Brynn Cartelli and Carter Rubin.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Season one: Javier Colon

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Colon won "The Voice" in on Adam Levine's team and released his third full-length studio album, "Come Through for You," with Universal Republic later that year. 

Colon then signed with Concord Music Group in He debuted his fourth studio album, "Gravity," in April , which he followed with a tour. 

In June , the artist starred in "Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" at Unquowa Repertory Theatre in Connecticut – his home state – and performed with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra for Broadway Under the Stars in South Carolina.

Season two: Jermaine Paul

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In , Paul won "The Voice" on Blake Shelton's team and released several singles, like "Butterfly Kisses" and "I Believe In This Life." 

His debut album, "Make Love Save the World," was supposed to drop in but has still never been released. 

That said, Paul has continued performing at venues like The Theatre at North in Pennsylvania in and at fundraising events. 

In , he released his latest single, "Water."

Season three: Cassadee Pope

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The former lead singer of Hey Monday won season three of "The Voice" in late on Shelton's team, and the country star has maintained her share of the spotlight since. 

She and Chris Young received a Grammy nomination for the duet "Think of You" — making her the first "Voice" contestant to receive a Grammy nod.

In , she released the EP "Summer" and went on to sing the "Star-Spangled Banner" at the Brickyard NASCAR race and at an NFL game that year. 

She released her second solo album titled "Stages" in and shortly after headlined the CMT Next Women of Country Tour.

In , she released her latest studio album "Rise and Shine," and she recently dropped the song "Tomorrow Night."

 

 

Season four: Danielle Bradbery

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A member of Shelton's team, Bradbery made "Voice" history as the youngest winner at 16 years old. 

After signing with Big Machine Records and releasing her self-titled debut album in , the country-pop singer released the singles "Friend Zone" in and "Sway" in , which peaked at No. 17 on the Billboard's Hot chart.

She released her long-awaited sophomore album, "I Don't Believe We've Met," in December , It received favorable reviews.  

In , she released the tracks "Never Have I Ever" with Kurt, stylized in all uppercase letters, and "Stop Draggin' Your Boots."

 

Season five: Tessanne Chin

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After her win on Levine's team, Chin was caught up in a whirlwind of activity and projects.

Chin has since released the album "Count On My Love" and several singles, like "Oh What a Feeling" and "It's Your Love" in

She's slated to headline the Nigerian Reggae Festival in November alongside Ben Priest. 

Season six: Josh Kaufman

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In , Kaufman won season six of "The Voice" on Usher's team — though he was originally on Levine's before he was saved during the battle rounds — at age

He finished his run as the titular role in the Broadway revival of "Pippin" in and released a self-titled EP the following year.

In , he sang the national anthem at a FIFA World Cup game in Colorado and also performed in the Broadway show "Home For the Holidays, Live on Broadway." 

Season seven: Craig Wayne Boyd

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A singer on Shelton's team, Boyd won season seven of the Voice in  

He parted with Dot Records after releasing "My Baby's Got a Smile On Her Face," which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. 

He then dropped his next single, "I'm Still Here," via his own imprint, and it peaked at No. 35 on Billboard's Country Digital Song Sales chart.

He kicked off by signing with Copperline Music Group and later released his long-awaited debut record, "Top Shelf," which was favorably received. 

Season eight: Sawyer Fredericks

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On season eight, Fredericks — who was on Pharrell Williams' team — won "The Voice" at only 16 years old.

After his win, Fredericks signed with Republic Records in and released his album, "A Good Storm," the following year. In , he announced that he had left the label to become an independent artist. 

He released the albums "Hide Your Ghost" in and "Flowers for You" in , and has toured across the continent. 

Season nine: Jordan Smith

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Smith won season nine of "The Voice" in as a member of Levine's team. 

He performed at the People's Choice Awards just months before dropping his first album, "Something Beautiful," in March, which debuted at No. 2 in sales in the iTunes store and earned the top spot later that month.

He also released the holiday album "'Tis the Season" in October of that year. 

More recently, he dropped the album "Only Love" in and the single "Be Still and Know" in  

Season Alisan Porter

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Porter achieved a major milestone by becoming the first "Voice" artist to win with a female coach, Christina Aguilera, in

The singer-songwriter released her EP "I Come in Pieces" in , and later dropped the album "Pink Cloud" in

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The Circle Season-Finale Recap: Still Gay As Sin

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Week Four (Episode 13)

Season 3 Episode 4

Editor’s Rating 5 stars *****

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The winner of season three of Netflix’s The Circle is officially crowned! If you’ve been following our weekly recaps, you know there were a lot of solid contenders competing for the $, prize this season. This season was an emotional roller coaster from catfish Ashley to Daddy Nick, making us both laugh and cry. After Jacki is blocked in the penultimate episode, that just leaves one final task for our five finalists: the final ranking to determine, once and for all, who is the most popular. After weeks of intense gameplay and deception, one player earned that sweet, sweet prize money …

And the winner is James!

Like everyone he played with, I’m a huge fan of James and couldn’t be happier to see him win. After getting an admirable third place, Sophia a.k.a. Isabella sums it up best: “Honestly, I thought I would be disappointed I didn’t win, but I’m really not,” she says. “James is somebody who deserves it so much, so it still feels like a win.” This perspective and grace are exactly why we fell in love with Sophia, and it’s lovely to hear her happy for our winner.

So just how did James pull off the win? After three seasons, James is the first winner to not arrive on day one, proving just how great of a game he played. His time in the Circle may have been limited, but he used every moment to his advantage, pulling in the right people and having all the right conversations at just the right times. His approachability, humor, and sincerity drew the other players in quickly, making up for any time he may have lost.

In last week’s recap, I put Nick and James at the top of my power ranking, and it seemed like the two men were both in contention for the win. After nailing two ratings in a row and becoming an influencer twice, Nick was just seen as too competitive to win. Matthew and Sophia both struggled with rating their closest ally, fearing that Nick’s popularity was the most threatening to their own games. Ultimately, Nick got fifth place, disappointing the confident MIT grad.

Where James and Nick differ is that Nick says the things he has to say, rather than what he wants to. Make no mistake, James knew the game he was playing and what he needed to do to win, but he didn’t come off as shady and conniving as Nick. Knowing he needed to bond with players like Ashley, he opened up and tried to form a sincere connection. Nick, on the other hand, was calculated and smug throughout his entire game. Almost reminiscent of Russell Hantz’s strategy in his two seasons of Survivor, Nick aligned with women he knew would always protect him. He had the Band to back him up, but his relationships with the other players were secondary to securing the numbers advantage. That’s a fine strategy mathematically speaking, of course, but we all know popularity, the name of the game in The Circle, isn’t determined with just numbers. Both Nick and Russell used strong-arm tactics and secret advantages as part of their strategies to successfully make it to the end of their respective games, but that style of gameplay comes with a price. Just like Russell could never sway a jury in his favor owing to the ferocity of his game, Nick ends up last in the final ratings. No one — not even his closest two allies — rated Nick highly. His bond with Isabella was strong, and it seemed like Sophia valued their friendship, even if it was under the pretense of flirting, but one good friend does not a winner make. In the end, James was simply a more likable player than Nick and wasn’t as seen as threatening, allowing him to grace the top of the ratings the time it mattered most.

Another reason James deserves this win is because of his ability to instantly clock catfish in the Circle. Matthew’s ruse may have eventually convinced him, but when James first arrived in the Circle, he quickly figured out that Jackson and Isabella were catfish. He was wary of Ashley, too, but in a true testament to Matthew’s gameplay, he successfully convinced James he really was a sweet and innocent lesbian. Season two was won by the show’s most successful catfish so far but — no shade intended, I love DeLeesa — I’m here for a winner with a God-tier catfish radar.

But more than just crowning our winner, the finale of The Circle also introduced all our players face-to-face, finally revealing Sophia and Matthew’s true identities. Nick and Sophia were the first to meet, and unsurprisingly, his disappointment was immediately evident. Once Sophia explained that Isabella wasn’t just a pretty face but was really her big sister, Nick softened to the idea. Sophia seemed so worried that she was going to break Nick’s heart but with Rachel a.k.a. Jackson ready to pounce on Nick anyway, I think he’ll be okay. Kai and James were both sure of Isabella’s catfish status, so it didn’t surprise them much to see the purple suit-donning lesbian in place of the blonde bombshell they knew from her profile photo.

Now Matthew, on the other hand, is a surprise. In the loudest moment of the whole season, Matthew a.k.a. Ashley arrives at the final in-person chat, looking dapper as ever, and is met with an eruption of screaming. No one suspected Ashley was a catfish at all, but Matthew assures them that he’s “still gay as sin!” When the final ratings are revealed, Ashley gets second place and immense praise from all the players and host Michelle Buteau. I believe that if Matthew played as himself, he would’ve made it just as far, but how can you argue with the results? Matthew knew he wanted to be his true emotional self but felt that people would trust him more behind if he played as a woman. Props to Matthew because clearly it worked out for him!

The Circle’s short run so far feels like the game is still trying to figure itself out. Twists, like the Blue/Orange Michelle debacle and Vince the Ghost Hunter, are entertaining and have interesting impacts on the gameplay but ultimately feel random in the grand scheme of the series. Add in the fact that there’s an undisclosed number of players each season who enter the game at various intervals, and there’s no real way to predict what will happen next. This is fun, sure, but it also prevents players and viewers from having a real grasp on what it takes to win. With almost no consistency, it’s hard to say what kind of personality is best suited for a game like The Circle — being overly nice, like Ruksana, is threatening; overtly strategic gameplay, like Nick’s, is threatening; even River and Courtney’s becoming best friends resulted in the duo getting fourth and third place, respectively, in season two. The one thing we do know, though, is that with James as our newest champion, it’s clear The Circle rewards sincerity and genuine connections. Season-one winner Joey Sasso was praised for being his true self, and while season-two winner DeLeesa played as her husband, she incorporated her truths into her profile and conversations — for the most part! James fits right in with the show’s previous winners in this regard, and if he’s any indication of what the show actually wants to represent, I think the coming seasons will be just as surprisingly wholesome.

• James shows us the power of speaking things into existence by waking up the morning of the finale and declaring that Michelle should practice saying his name. Go off!

• “This is for the k, the Kai!”

• For some reason, it didn’t quite hit me that Nick’s alliance, the Band, was made up entirely of catfish until I saw them all in the same room. And the fact that, conversely, Kai was aligned with players all playing themselves is just hilarious. Nick was so preoccupied telling everyone what they wanted to hear (and celebrating the fact that his allies all told him what he wanted to hear) that he was unable to see the true deception happening right under his nose.

• Rachel doesn’t want to step on Sophia’s toes regarding going on a date with Nick, to which Sophia (who, again, was wearing a bright-purple pantsuit) yells, “I’m gay! I’m gay! I’m gay!” in case someone hasn’t gotten the message yet.

• When James finally meets Daniel at the reunion, he immediately scoops him up like a baby, and apologizes repeatedly for blocking him. Such a cute moment that really showcases why I love both these men.

• Ruksana’s brutally stunned “Hi …” when she meets the real Sophia is legendary. Someone needs to post that video now because I need that reaction immortalized.

• Finally, one last Michelle Buteau shoutout! Only popping in here and there throughout the season, our gorgeous host often says just what I’m thinking. Her utter disgust at saying “Big Nick Energy” one last time makes me think we share an opinion of Mr. RiNickulous, and I love that for us.

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Update: “The Show” Announces Changes To Winner Scoring Criteria + Clarifies Concerns About Global Voting

Updated January 19 KST:

“The Show” shared a statement to clarify how global fan voting will be involved in the new winner selection criteria.

A source from “The Show” stated, “To further improve communication with global fans, we are in the process of reorganizing the app votes. We are not completely eliminating it. We will resume global fan voting once the reorganization is complete.”

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SBS MTV’s “The Show” will be removing pre-voting from the total score calculations.

On January 18, “The Show” announced on their official website that they would be changing the scoring and voting system to calculate their first place winner.

The pre-broadcast score will now count for 85 percent of the total score, and it will be comprised of 40 percent digital sales, 10 percent album sales, 20 percent music video views, and 15 percent broadcast score. The remaining 15 percent of the total score will be based on live text message votes.

Previously, the criteria used by “The Show” did not include live text message votes. The pre-broadcast score counted for 90 percent of the total score, and it consisted of 40 percent digital sales, 10 percent album sales, 20 percent music video views, 15 percent broadcast score, and 5 percent pre-voting through the Star Play app. Live voting through the Star Play app counted as 10 percent of the total score.

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List of The Show Chart winners ()

Winners of South Korean music program The Show

"After Midnight" by Astro(pictured) currently has the highest score of , with 9, points at the August 10 broadcast.

The The Show Chart is a music programrecord chart on SBS MTV that gives an award to the best-performing single of the week in South Korea.

In , 27 singles have ranked number one on the chart and 23 music acts received an award trophy for this feat. "After Midnight" by Astro achieved the highest score of the year on episode with 9, points.

Chart history[edit]

ONF(pictured) received their first ever music show win with "Beautiful Beautiful" on The Show.
Loona(pictured) received their first The Showtrophy for "PTT (Paint the Town)," which marked their first music show win as a complete group.
Fromis 9(pictured) won their first ever music show trophy with "Talk & Talk" on The Show.
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Episode Date Artist Song Points Ref.
January 5No Broadcast or Winner [1]
January 12[2]
January 19[3]
January 26(G)I-dle"Hwaa" 8, [4][5]
February 2Golden Child"Burn It" 7, [6][7]
February 9No Broadcast or Winner [8]
February 16[9]
February 23Kang Daniel"Paranoia" 7, [10][11]
March 2ONF"Beautiful Beautiful" 9, [12][13]
March 9Ateez"Fireworks (I'm The One)" 6, [14][15]
March 16Brave Girls"Rollin'" 5, [16][17]
March 23Lim Young-woong"My Starry Love" 6, [18][19]
March 30No Broadcast or Winner [20]
April 6Cosmic Girls"Unnatural" 7, [21][22]
April 13Astro"One" 9, [23][24]
April 20Kang Daniel "Antidote" 8, [25]
April 27Special episode, winner not announced [26]
May 4Enhypen"Drunk-Dazed" 6, [27]
May 11Highlight"Not The End" 8, [28]
May 18Oh My Girl"Dun Dun Dance" 7, [29]
May 256, [30]
June 1Everglow"First" 5, [31]
June 8TXT"0x1=Lovesong (I Know I Love You)" 8, [32]
June 15Ha Sung-woon"Sneakers" 6, [33]
June 22Brave Girls "Chi Mat Ba Ram" 7, [34]
June 29No Broadcast or Winner [35]
July 6Loona"PTT (Paint the Town)" 5, [36]
July 13Jeon So-yeon"Beam Beam" 6, [37]
- July 20Special episode, winner not announced [citation needed]
July 27No Broadcast or Winner [38]
August 3[citation needed]
August 10Astro "After Midnight" 9, [39]
August 17The Boyz"Thrill Ride" 9, [40]
August 24TXT "LO$ER=LO♡ER" 7, [41]
August 31Lee Chan-won "Convenience Store" 5, [42]
September 7Fromis 9"Talk & Talk" 8, [43]
September 14STAYC"Stereotype" 8, [44]
September 21No Broadcast or Winner [citation needed]
September 28NCT "Sticker" 8, [45]
October 5No Broadcast or Winner [citation needed]
October 12Woodz"Waiting" 7, [46]

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  43. ^Jo, Seong-woon (September 27, ). "'더쇼' 프로미스나인, 감격의 데뷔 첫 음방 1위… 눈물 펑펑" ["The Show" fromis_9 won first place on a music show for the first time since their debut. Tears welled up.]. Sports Donga (in Korean). Retrieved September 7,
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  45. ^Kim, Mi-ji (September 28, ). ['The Show' NCT wins 1st place with 'Sticker'..Yoseob Yang → Norazo Comeback [General]]. X Sport News (in Korean). Retrieved September 28, &#; via Naver.
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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_The_Show_Chart_winners_()

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