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ANDREW MURFETT For Karise Eden, the winner of the inaugural season of The Voice, hers is a genuine rags-to-riches story.
KARL QUINN Karise Eden wins The Voice. Frankly, she deserves it. Not for the back story, moving though it is. Simply for the voice.
Grand finale: part one
Helen Razer Emotion remains the most hotly traded currency at The Voice and Eden's references to her trying life won her acclaim from all the judges.
Final four revealed
Michelle Griffin If they really wanted to find the best voice, this would be a radio show rather than TV, but then we would have missed out on Joel's hair, Delta's glasses, Keith's underwear and Seal's nail polish.
KARL QUINN Darren Percival touches heaven with a wondrous song from Stevie Wonder.
Simon Holt There might have been rumours that Seal and Delta were getting on famously. But the love fest which is The Voice experiences its first tiff.
Moment of truth
Michelle Griffin This week another 11 contestants are exposed under the harsh scrutiny of the klieg lights and made to sing for their moment of truth.
First live show
KARL QUINN It's the first of the live shows but blow me if it doesn't look exactly the same as last week.
Michelle Griffin Like most battles, The Voice lasts much longer than anyone anticipates.
Jacqueline Williams Delta Goodrem not happy as The Voice hits a low note, but the diva derby captivates.
Steve Molk It's time for the battle rounds, but the real focus is on Prinnie v Mahalia.
Steve Molk As the blind auditions come to an end, the judges look for those finishing touches. Who will win the last few spots on the judges' teams?
KATHERINE FEENEY Delta and Seal battle it out for the hearts and minds of The Voice contestants.
Jacqueline Williams With Goodrem following Urban and Madden displaying his first slip up, Seal appears to be pursuing the smartest strategies. It's early days though.
Jacqueline Williams The race to the podium continues. Let's hope The Voice keeps the judges, and us, buzzing.
Seasoned crooner Darren Percival will have to fight out the final of The Voice with three highly popular females.
The ratings bubble may have burst for The Voice, which failed to pass the two-million-viewer mark for the first time since it started five weeks ago.
The Voice coaches must start getting tough, end the niceties and begin strongly criticising the singers on the hit talent show, says former Australian Idol judge Ian "Dicko" Dickson.
The Voice producers have ruled out recalling a losing contestant after Carmen Smith left for breaching the "spirit of the show".
Michael Idato The Voice has already claimed the scalp of Dancing with the Stars and Australia's Got Talent, but last night it claimed MasterChef.
KARL QUINN Nine's reality singing contest wraps its first week of duelling duets with another solid ratings performance, despite posting lowest figure since debut.
RACHEL BROWNE Will The Voice be enough to save the Nine Network from singing for its supper?
Only eight singers on The Voice managed to make all four judges slap their buzzers and turn around in their chairs during the blind auditions.
Michael Idato The Voice continues to deliver extraordinary ratings for Channel Nine, while Seven's Australia's Got Talent is slammed below the one-million viewer threshold.
MICHAEL IDATO Once-dominant network fights back as second episode of The Voice delivers an extraordinary 2.54 million viewers.
The 19-year-old singers wins a recording contract.
Karise Eden still in shock after winning and going to top of charts.
Does Jimmy Barnes' daughter have an unfair advantage?
This show has an affirmative format that celebrates talent.