'The Voice': Every Contestant Heading to the Season 19 Live Shows

The Season 19 live shows of The Voice are officially underway.

After all the blind auditions, battle rounds and knockouts, coaches Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson have finally completed their teams and the remaining artists will now have to win the hearts of America to move forward in the competition when the live playoffs begin on Monday.

Unlike the earlier rounds of the competition, during which coaches made the tough decision of choosing contestants to move forward on The Voice, the live shows gives viewers the chance to vote for their favorite artists following a night of performances on Monday. Once the online and The Voice app ballot boxes are closed and the votes are counted, the contestants with the least amount of votes will be revealed during Tuesday night's elimination show.

See who's left on Shelton, Stefani, Legend and Clarkson's teams before the first round of the Season 19 live playoffs begin on The Voice on Monday. The two-hour NBC singing competition kicks off at 8 p.m. ET.

Team Blake

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(l-r) Blake Shelton and his artists Taryn Papa, Sid Kingsley, Worth the Wait, Ian Flanigan and Jim Ranger on Season 19 of "The Voice." The Live Shows begin on NBC on November 30, 2020. Trae Patton/NBC

It should come to no one's surprise that Shelton's team is comprised largely of country singers. After all the award-winning singer does hold the for the most wins in The Voice's 19-season history and the most wins with country artists. However, Shelton is mixing it up a bit with the addition of Sid Kingsley, the Virginia-born soul singer who was previously a member of Clarkson's team before he was stolen by Shelton (Legend wanted to steal him, too) after Clarkson decided to eliminate him during the knockouts.

Kingsley joins Team Blake members and country artists Ian Flanigan, Jim Ranger and the mother-daughter musical trio Worth The Wait. The team could gain one more member, Taryn Papa, but that's all depending on the results of America's votes in the four-way knockout round, which will be revealed at the top of Monday night's show.

Team Gwen

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"The Voice" contestants (l-r) Larriah Jackson, Payge Turner, Carter Rubin, Joseph Soul and Ben Allen with their coach Gwen Stefani. Trae Patton/NBC

An eclectic bunch makes up Stefani's team. There is the country crooner Ben Allen and the soulful Joseph Soul on Team Gwen, along with powerhouse Payge Turner and the unique vocal talent and youngest contestant on The Voice this season, 14-year-old Rubin Carter. Fifteen-year-old Larriah Jackson, the second-youngest contestant on the show, could keep her spot on Stefani's team if she succeeded in the four-way knockouts.

Team Legend

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(l-r) John Legend appears with his team members Chloe Hogan, Tamara Jade, Julia Cooper and John Holiday on Season 19 of "The Voice." Trae Patton/NBC

Season after season, Legend has hoped to lead a country singer through the competition and quite possibly into the winner's circle. That dream may finally come true if America gives their votes to Oklahoma native Bailey Rae, the first and only country artists to ever appear on Team Legend. Along with Rae, Legend will mentor incredibly talented vocalists Tamara Jade, John Holiday and Cholé Hogan. Should America have given her the most votes during the four-way knockouts, Julia Cooper may keep her spot on Legend's team too.

Team Kelly

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"The Voice" Season 19 contestants (l-r) Ryan Gallagher, Cami Clune, Tanner Gomes, Madeline Consoer and Desz appear with their coach Kelly Clarkson. Trae Patton/NBC

There's a mix of artists on Clarkson's team including R&B and soul songstress Desz, country singers Madeline Consoer and Tanner Gomez and the ethereal Cami Clune. There may also be a classical singer vying to win The Voice for Clarkson's team if Ryan Gallagher raked in the most votes from viewers during the four-way knockouts.