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With a plethora of A-list singers switching in and out of its (often changing) panel of judges, NBC's The Voice has been an innovative singing competition since its first season in 2011. The show's "blind judging"—in which singers compete by their voices alone—gives the show great points for body-positivity. The judges panel has included everyone from Adam Levine to Usher and Taylor Swift to CeeLo Green. Although winners haven't quite had the commercial success that American audiences were expecting, the show continues to be one of the most watched on television. Follow Pride for all the latest news!

Ariana Grande Is Gonna Be a Coach on 'The Voice' Season 21

Ari is going to be bringing her talents back to TV!

Transgender Teen Nails Blind Audition on 'The Voice'

He retrained his voice only months before auditioning for the show.

Out The Voice Contestant Billy Gilman's Céline Dion Cover Will Give You All the Chills

This former child star has quickly become one of our biggest crushes with his consistently gorgeous performances on The Voice.

Dolly Parton, Miley Cyrus, And Pentatonix Slay 'Jolene' On 'The Voice'

We love Miley and Dolly together on stage!

Out The Voice Contestant Billy Gilman May Make You Cry with Adele Cover

The former child country star is crushing it on the live shows. 

Out Contestant Billy Gilman Sings 'Fight Song' on The Voice and Crushes It

Billy Gilman’s rendition of Fight Song on The Voice will give you chills.

Watch: 'The Voice's' Out Contestant De'Borah is a Knockout with 'You Found Me'

There wasn’t likely a dry eye in TV Land once out lesbian The Voice contestant and part of Team Christina De’Borah Garner delivered her visceral rendition of The Fray’s “You Found Me” during the show’s “Knockout Rounds.” De’Borah, the preacher’s daughter who grew up singing in church and eventually came out exhibited her exceptional style and flair as well as her killer vocal chops in a knock-out against Lady Gaga’s former back-up singer, the very lovely Chevonne, who sang a rousing version of “Dancing with Myself.”

Meet 'The Voice's' New Out Contestants: Erin Martin and Sarah Golden

Last year NBC’s The Voice featured four lesbian and gay contestants, and this year, although the show’s blind auditions are continuing through to next week, there are already two out contestants to throw your votes behind. This year Erin Martin and Sarah Golden have joined team Cee Lo.

Will Beverly or Vicci Become 'The Voice?'

One of the great about-to-be-answered questions of this TV seasons is, “Who will be The Voice?” Will it be either one of the show’s powerhouses, who also happen to be out lesbians, Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez? Following a juggernaut season of terrific performances on NBC’s vocal talent show that features coaches Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, The Voice aired its final performance show last night to what this fan would consider some mixed results.

Vicci and Beverly: Two of America's Choices for 'The Voice' Finals

It’s official! “America Loves Singing Lesbians,” as the LA Times headline regarding NBC’s hit singing competition The Voice blithely suggested. In a refreshing twist to the American Idol that has conservative Christians and tween girls voting for the least controversial young male contestant, America has voted to save out lesbians Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez on The Voice. And on last night’s results show America’s vote by and large chose the four finalists, two of which are Beverly and Vicci.

Sia Mentors on ‘The Voice’ Tonight

Just when you thought the NBC singing competition The Voice couldn’t get any better, LGBT singer/songwriter Sia Furler joins judge Christina Aguilera tonight to mentor her hopeful team.