The first season of The Voice Kids was a Philippine reality singing competition on ABS-CBN. It was based on the Dutch reality competition of the same name.[2] Lea Salonga, Sarah Geronimo, and Bamboo Mañalac, who also sits as coaches in the adult version, are the coaches of the show.[3][4] It was hosted by Luis Manzano, along with Alex Gonzaga as the show's backstage host.[5][6] The show was set to premiere in April 2014,[7][8] but was moved to May 24, 2014.[9][10] It aired at 6:45 p.m. (PST) every Saturdays, and at 7:30 p.m. (PST) every Sundays.

The show ended on July 27, 2014 with Lyca Gairanod of Team Sarah being declared. As the first grand champion.


On November 18, 2013, Lauren Dyogi, the franchise's business unit head, announced on Twitter that there will be a kids version of The Voice of the Philippines.[11] The franchise was launched after the success of the first season of the main version which had garnered high ratings and was trending topic online.[12][13] Auditions schedule were later announced in the same month.[11]

On March 9, 2014, the show released its first teaser.[14][15] On March 17, 2014, the production team of the program started to provide updates of the filming of the Blind auditions, posting teasers of the new improved set and chairs and of the coaches in the show's official social media accounts.[16][17] A second teaser was aired on April 2, 2014.[18] Three teasers, one for each coach, were aired on April 17, 2014.[19][20] In May, the show aired its first Blind audition teaser.[21][22]

Coaches and host

At first, there were rumors that an unnamed Filipino singer who is popular in Asia, and a Filipina singer who is known for winning an international reality singing competition will sit as coaches for this series.[7] Later on the January 15, 2014 interview by Push, Lea Salonga confirmed that she will join as one of the coaches for the inaugural season of The Voice Kids. Salonga also confirmed that there will only be three coaches in this show, and coach will not be part of this version.[3] On March 7, 2014, Salonga confirmed on her Twitter that Sarah Geronimo and Bamboo Mañalac will be part of the kids version of the show.[4]

On February 10, 2014 interview of Toni Gonzaga in Banana Nite, Toni Gonzaga confirmed that she will not be hosting the kids version.[23] On March 11, 2014, a rumor was circulating online that Luis Manzano and Alex Gonzaga will be hosting the show.[24][25] By March 14, the rumor was becoming stronger as The Voice Kids team published a teaser, through the franchise's official Instagram, of an image of two silhouette individuals described as the hosts of the show. Few netizens commented that the silhouette figures highly resembled those of Luis Manzano and Alex Gonzaga.[26] On March 17, 2014, it was confirmed by the official PR website of ABS-CBN that the show will be hosted by Luis Manzano and Alex Gonzaga.[5]


The show was created after the main version garnered immense popularity and high television ratings.[2][27][28] ABS-CBN later announced that auditions will start November 2013. Later in January 2014, auditions for the Luzon, Metro Manila, Visayas, and Mindanao regions were announced and will be held together with the auditions for the second season of The Voice of the Philippines.[29][30]

More than ten thousand kids auditioned for the first season.[31]

On-ground auditions of The Voice Kids
November 23, 2013Mandaue, CebuMetro Gaisano Pacific Mall[32][33]
December 1, 2013PasayResorts World Manila[34]
January 11, 2014Dumaguete, Negros OrientalRobinsons Place Dumaguete[29][35][36]
Roxas, CapizCapiz Gym Villareal Stadium
January 18, 2014Cagayan de OroSM City Cagayan de Oro[29][37]
General SantosKCC Mall of General Santos
January 25, 2014PasayResorts World Manila[29][38][39]
ManilaLucky Chinatown Mall
February 1, 2014Lucena, QuezonPacific Mall[29][38]
DagupanCSI Stadia


The winner of The Voice Kids will receive one million peso contract from MCA Music, house and lot from Camella Homes,[40] music and home appliance showcases, one million pesos, and a one million peso worth of trust fund from Systema.[41]


Color key
CoachesTop 54 artists
Lea Salonga
Darlene VibaresTonton CabilesAngel AguileraShanne Dandan
Eufritz SantosJimboy GarciaMarianne InterinoKarla Cruz
Genmarie GuiaoEcho ClaridadGiedie LarocoGrace Alade
Kobe VirayLorenzo CincoKoko LuyCamille Santos
Rein PinedaAngelique Trinidad
Bamboo Mañalac
Juan Karlos LabajoEdray TeodoroStacy PinedaBorge Rivera
Nathan BautistaGem CapaladMaite ZubiriJulienne Echavez
Natsumi SaitoGrazz EnriquezKatherine MedinaArianna Ocampo
Edera LopezAllina MalaibaJunmark ArmecinDouglas Alabe
Zack TabudloRommel Bautista
Sarah Geronimo
Lyca GairanodDarren EspantoGab GomezDiana Agustin
Earl ConsolacionKyle BernidoIsaac ZamudioLee Marcelino
JM and JC UrquicoSam ShoafMusika CaubangMitz Tanguilan
Triscia JumawidHannah Mae UganizaTwittle DizonDon Angelo Santos
Rica ItoKhen Lobaton

Blind auditions

In an article Lea Salonga wrote in Philippine Daily Inquirer and was published on January 16, 2014, she said the blind auditions will be filmed by March.[42] On March 15, 2014, Sarah Geronimo, in an interview by Jocelyn Dimaculangan from the Philippine Entertainment Portal, revealed that the first day of Blind auditions will be filmed on March 17, 2014.[43] It was filmed until March 20, 2014 at Studio 10 of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center in Quezon City, Metro Manila.[31][19] More than 100 kids were invited for the Blind auditions.[31]

In a Philippine Daily Inquirer article posted by Salonga on March 20, 2014, she said that each team will be composed of 18 artists.[19]

The Blind auditions, composed of ten episodes, were aired from May 24 to June 22, 2014.

Color key
  Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" button
    Artist defaulted to this coach's team
    Artist elected to join this coach's team
    Artist eliminated with no coach pressing his or her "I WANT YOU" button

Episode 1 (May 24)

On its first episode, the coaches performed an opening number. Sarah Geronimo sang "Right Now" first, then followed by Bamboo singing "Happy", and Lea Salonga singing "Story of My Life." After their individual performances, all the three of them together performed "Live While We're Young."

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Koko Luy[45]11Makati City"Forget You"
2Jimboy Garcia[46]12Paniqui, Tarlac"Faithfully"
3Grazz Enriquez[45]13Quezon City"Born This Way"
4JM and JC Urquico[45]11 & 11Marikina City"When I Was Your Man"
5Don Wilson Mojado11Lipa City, Batangas"The Way You Make Me Feel"
6Darlene Vibares[47]10Antipolo City"Girl on Fire"

Episode 2 (May 25)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Junmark Armecin[48]14Cebu City"Mula Sa Puso"
2Julia Klarisse Base[50]9Pasig City"Sunday Morning/Roar"
3Zack Tabudlo[48]12Las Piñas City"Sunday Morning"
4Lyca Gairanod[51]9Tanza, Cavite"Halik"
5Amy Nobleza[6][54]12Las Piñas City"Defying Gravity"
6Qrkuni MuyaldeN/AN/A"What a Wonderful World"
7John AlfredN/AN/A"You Give Love a Bad Name"
8Nathan Bautista[48]8Imus, Cavite"Don't Stop Believin'"

Episode 3 (May 31)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Echo Claridad[6]8Bacolod City"Too Much Heaven"
2Czexyle Portuza9Koronadal City"Chinito"
3Julienne Echavez11Las Piñas City"Grow Old With You"
4Tonton Cabilles11Naga, Cebu"Dance with My Father"
5Gab Gomez13Quezon City"Ako Na Lang"
6Earl Consolacion[6]12Negros Occidental"Lipad ng Pangarap"
7Camille Santos10Greenhills, San Juan City"Maybe"

Episode 4 (June 1)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Peter Angelo Echaluse8San Pedro, Laguna"Iris"
2Arianna Ocampo[6]13Las Piñas City"Tattooed Heart"
3IshaN/AN/A"Bring Me To Life"
5RichellN/ADavao City"Diamonds"
6Karla Cruz[58]8Taytay, Rizal"Titanium"
7Rommel Bautista[6]13Tondo, Manila"Ako'y Sa'yo, Ika'y Akin"
8Genmarie Guiao[58]9Dumaguete City"The Greatest Love of All"
9Twittle Dizon[58]14Koronadal City"Gising na, Kaibigan Ko"
10ShannonN/AN/A"Chasing Pavements"
11AlrizN/AAustralia"I Have Nothing"
12Darren Espanto[6]12Calgary, Alberta, Canada"Domino"

Episode 5 (June 7)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Isaac Zamudio[6]10Sta. Ana, Manila"Habang May Buhay"
2Lucky Davon Beronio12Cagayan de Oro"Love on Top"
3Mitz Tanguilan[6]12Montalban, Rizal"Heaven"
4Musika Caubang[63]12Nueva Ecija"Secrets"
5Angelique Trinidad[63]12Calamba, Laguna"Maghintay Ka Lamang"
6Mega Frandio Oane12Occidental Mindoro"Buko"
7Edera Lopez[63]12Roxas City, Capiz"Clarity"
8Juan Karlos Labajo[64]13Cebu City"Grow Old With You"

Episode 6 (June 8)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Mark Daniel Verdillo13Caloocan City"You Give Love a Bad Name"
2Natsumi Saito[65]12Cabanatuan City"Price Tag"
3Lee Marcelino[66]11Santo Tomas, Batangas"Bulag, Pipi at Bingi"
4Edray Leona Teodoro[67]13Navotas City"Killing Me Softly with His Song"
5Maite Zubiri[69]13Malaybalay City, Bukidnon"Stuck Like Glue"
6Rica Ito[69]12Teresa, Rizal"Set Fire to the Rain"
7Rosarely Avila13Pasay City"I Believe"
8Marianne Interino[70]11Olongapo City"Luha"
9Giedie Laroco[71]13Dagupan City"The Power of Love"

Episode 7 (June 14)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Sam Shoaf9Parañaque City"Treasure"
2Lorenzo Cinco13Cagayan de Oro City"What Makes You Beautiful"
3Don Angelo Santos12Imus, Cavite"L-O-V-E"
4Louise Malaza9Davao City"Skyscraper"
5Eufritz Santos[72]11Tondo, Manila"Hanggang Ngayon"
6Fatima Duzon13Olongapo City"Love Story"
7Christa MayN/AN/A"Eye of the Tiger"
8MelvinN/AN/A"Wrecking Ball"
9ZyrusN/AN/A"Ikaw ang Pangarap"
10Kobe Viray[73]13Koronadal, South Cotabato"For Once in My Life"

Episode 8 (June 15)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Kyle Bernido[8]13Cagayan de Oro City"We Can't Stop"
2Gem Capalad[75]10Indang, Cavite"Just Give Me a Reason"
3Jake Llamas8Makati City"Never Say Never"
4Shello De Castro14Santa Cruz, Laguna"Fame"
5Shanne Dandan13Quezon City"Tadhana"
6Stacy Pineda[75]12Quezon City"Royals"
7Allina Malaiba[75]14Batangas City"Somewhere"
8Khen Lobaton13Bacolod City"Empire State of Mind"

Episode 9 (June 21)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Nichole Morgan9Baguio City"Dungdungwen Kanto"
2Isabel Garsuta13Tagbilaran, Bohol"Part of Me"
3Diana Agustin11San Pedro, Laguna"Next in Line"
4Rein Pineda[8]11Valenzuela City"Kulasisi"
5Douglas Alabe[75]11Iloilo City"Yesterday's Dream"
6Katherine Medina[75]14Taguig City"If I Ain't Got You"
7Angel Aguilera[8]14Bacoor, Cavite"Halo"

Episode 10 (June 22)

OrderArtistAgeHometownSongCoach's and contestant's choices
1Grace Alade[8]14Binangonan, Rizal"Try It on My Own"
2Billy Joel Mendoza14Las Piñas City"Dreams"Team full
3Hannah Mae Uganiza11Ilocos Norte"Lipad ng Pangarap"
4Kenneth Semira10Angono, Rizal"Just the Way You Are"
5Triscia Jumawid[8]13General Santos City"Halo"
6Nikolas Graham14Manila"The Way You Make Me Feel"Team full
7Franz PalapoN/AMarikina City"No One"
8JaydeeN/AN/A"Pusong Bato"
9Borge Rivera[75]13General Santos City"Stuttering"

The Battles

Filming began on June 23 to 25, 2014. From more than 100 kids invited to the Blind auditions only 54 artists advanced to the Battles, where each coach will pick three artists and pit them together into a battle of vocals. The winner of the battle will only be determined by his or her coach while other coaches can only provide their comments to the performances of the artists. The winner will earn a spot in the six artist-slots per team and will advance to the next round, the Sing-offs.[80]

All coaches were aided by Annie Quintos of The Company in vocally coaching the artists during the Battles.[80]

The first episode of the Battles will air on June 28, 2014,[81] while the Sing-offs' first episode will air on June 29, 2014.

Color key
      Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Sing-offs
      Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated

On June 28, 2014, Team Lea, headed by Lea Salonga, opened the show in singing Sara Bareilles's "Brave."[83] On the opening of the July 5, 2014 episode, Team Bamboo, headed by Bamboo Mañalac, sang Rivermaya's "Awit ng Kabataan."[8] On the July 12, 2014 episode, Team Sarah, headed by Sarah Geronimo, sang Demi Lovato's "Neon Lights."[85]

Episode 11
(June 28)
Lea Salonga1Tonton CabilesGenmarie GuiaoEcho Claridad"May Bukas Pa"[83][86]
2Eufritz SantosKoko LuyCamille Santos"Love Song"[83][86]
3Marianne InterinoKarla CruzDarlene Vibares"Firework"[83][86]
4Grace AladeAngel AguileraGiedie Laroco"When You Believe"[83][86]
Episode 12
(June 29)
5Angelique TrinidadRein PinedaJimboy Garcia"Anak ng Pasig"[86][87]
6Kobe VirayLorenzo CincoShanne Dandan"Hey, Soul Sister"[86][88]
Episode 13
(July 5)
Bamboo Mañalac1Julienne EchavezJuan Karlos LabajoMaite Zubiri"A Thousand Years"[89]
2Katherine MedinaStacy PinedaArianna Ocampo"Ain't No Mountain High Enough"[90]
3Edera LopezBorge RiveraAllina Malaiba"The Scientist"[91]
4Douglas AlabeNathan BautistaJunmark Armecin"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"[92]
Episode 14
(July 6)
5Rommel BautistaZack TabudloGem Capalad"I'll Be There"[93]
6Natsumi SaitoEdray TeodoroGrazz Enriquez"Breakaway"[94]
Episode 15
(July 12)
Sarah Geronimo1Musika CaubangGab GomezMitz Tanguilan"A Thousand Miles"[10]
2JM & JC UrquicoDarren EspantoSam Shoaf"What Makes You Beautiful"[10]
3Triscia JumawidHannah UganizaDiana Agustin"Better Days"[10]
4Isaac ZamudioLyca GairanodLee Marcelino"Isang Lahi"[10]
Episode 16
(July 13)
5Kyle BernidoKhen LobatonRica Ito"Telephone"[10]
6Don Angelo SantosTwittle DizonEarl Consolacion"Dadalhin"[10]

The Sing-offs

The Sing-offs immediately follows the Battles.[10] Per team, two artists will be chosen by their respective coaches for the Live shows.[10] Unlike the Battles where the coach picks for the song what the artists are going to sing, in the Sing-offs the decision is solely been done by the artists.

The first Sing-offs episode was aired on June 29, 2014.

Color key
      Artist was saved by his/her coach in the Sing-offs and advanced to the Live-shows
      Artist lost the Sing-offs and was eliminated
Episode 12
(June 29)
Lea Salonga1Tonton Cabiles"It Will Rain"Advanced
2Angel Aguilera"I Believe I Can Fly"Eliminated
3Eufritz Santos"Who You Are"Eliminated
4Darlene Vibares"And I Am Telling You"Advanced
5Shanne Dandan"On My Own"Eliminated
6Jimboy Garcia"Unchained Melody"Eliminated
Episode 14
(July 6)
Bamboo Mañalac1Stacy Pineda"Payphone"Eliminated
2Gem Capalad"Iingatan Ka"Eliminated
3Juan Karlos Labajo"Stay"Advanced
4Edray Teodoro"Tulak ng Bibig, Kabig ng Dibdib"Advanced
5Borge Rivera"Scared to Death"Eliminated
6Nathan Bautista"It's My Life"Eliminated
Episode 16
(July 13)
Sarah Geronimo1Darren Espanto"Listen"Advanced
2Gab Gomez"American Boy"Eliminated
3Earl Consolacion"Ikaw"Eliminated
4Kyle Bernido"No Air"Eliminated
5Diana Agustin"Natutulog ba ang Diyos"Eliminated
6Lyca Gairanod"Dance with My Father"Advanced
  1. Lyca Gairanod sang the Tagalog version of "Dance with My Father."[107]

Live shows

Results summary

Color key
Artist's info
Result details
Live show results per week
Lyca GairanodSafeWinner
Darren EspantoSafeRunner-up
Juan Karlos LabajoSafeThird place
Darlene VibaresSafeFourth place
Tonton CabilesEliminatedEliminated
(Week 1)
Edray TeodoroEliminated

Live show details

The Live shows were held in Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Newport City, Pasay City starting from July 19, 2014.[41][114]

Unlike in the first season of the main version of the franchise, the outcome in the Live shows of the kids version will solely be from the results of the public's votes.[41] Voting lines will be opened every Saturdays after all the performances of the artists, and will end on Sundays. In the semifinals, the top four artists coming from the results of the public votes will advance to the Finals.

Color key
     Artist was saved by the public's vote
     Artist was eliminated

Week 1: Semifinals (July 19 & 20)

On the performance night, the episode was opened by the top six artists singing a medley of Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Good Time" and Imagine Dragons' "It's Time."[12] On the results night, the three teams, together with their coaches, sang a medley of Francis Magalona's "Meron Akong Ano" and "Ito ang Gusto Ko."

Prior to the announcement of the results, Tonton Cabiles of Team Lea, Darren Espanto of Team Sarah and Juan Karlos Labajo of Team Bamboo performed One Direction's "One Way or Another;" Alex Gonzaga and Gloc-9 performed Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble;" Darlene Vibares of Team Lea, Edray Teodoro of Team Bamboo and Lyca Gairanod of Team Sarah performed Idina Menzel's "Let It Go;" and the top six artists with Kamikazee performed the latter's "Narda."[12]

1Lea SalongaTonton Cabiles[117]"One Day in Your Life"[117]Eliminated
2Bamboo MañalacEdray Teodoro[118]"Beautiful"[118]Eliminated
3Sarah GeronimoDarren Espanto[119]"One Moment In Time"[119]Safe
4Bamboo MañalacJuan Karlos Labajo[120]"Sway"[120]Safe
5Sarah GeronimoLyca Gairanod[121]"Pangarap na Bituin"[121]Safe
6Lea SalongaDarlene Vibares[122]"I Will Always Love You"[122]Safe

Week 2: Finals (July 26 & 27)

The voting mechanics for the Live finals will be based on the accumulated votes per round: power ballad round, upbeat song round, and a duet with a celebrity round. Voting lines will only be opened between the end and the start of each rounds. At the end of the three rounds, all votes will be tallied and the artist gaining the highest accumulated votes will be declared as the winner.

The first episode of the Finals was opened by the top four artists with their medley rendition of Sponge Cola's "Bitiw," Rocksteddy's "Superhero," and Sandwich's "Sugod."[12]

On the second episode of the Finals, the show was opened by the top four artists of the first season of The Voice of the Philippines, the three coaches, and the top four artists singing American Authors' "Best Day of My Life" and New Radicals' "You Get What You Give."[111]

After being declared as the champion, Lyca Gairanod sang "Narito Ako."

Color key
     Artist was proclaimed as the winner
     Artist ended as the runner-up
     Artist ended as the third placer
     Artist ended as the fourth placer
CoachArtist[111]July 26[111]July 27[111]Result[113]
OrderPower ballad songOrderUpbeat songOrderDuet songwith
Bamboo MañalacJuan Karlos Labajo1"Yesterday"1"Runaway Baby"3"Eto na Naman"Gary ValencianoThird place
Lea SalongaDarlene Vibares2"Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas"3"Louder"2"You Don't Have to Say You Love Me"Lani MisaluchaFourth place
Sarah GeronimoDarren Espanto3"Ngayon"4"Somebody to Love"1"You Are My Song"Martin NieveraRunner-up
Lyca Gairanod4"Narito Ako"2"Call Me Maybe"4"Basang-basa sa Ulan"AegisWinner

Artists who appeared on other talent shows

Eliminated in Blind auditions
  • Julia Klarisse Base, was discovered in an ABS-CBN talent search called Kapamilya Little Star.[13]
  • Amy Nobleza, appeared on Pinoy Dream Academy: Little Dreamers in 2008 on ABS-CBN and ended as the runner-up of the show.[54][13]
  • Peter Angelo Echaluse, appeared on the fourth season of Star Circle Quest: Search for the Next Kiddie Superstars. He was known as "The Small Boy with a Big Voice. He joins the Magic Circle of 6 and ended as one of the runner-ups.
Eliminated in the Sing-offs
  • Nathan Bautista, appeared on the second season of Promil Pre-school i-Shine Talent Camp on ABS-CBN. He ended as one of the runners-up in the show, and was also awarded with the Best Talent in Singing.[13]
Advanced to the Live shows
  • Darren Espanto, appeared on the fifth season of The Next Star, a Canadian reality television show on YTV. He was one of the Top 6 finalists.[13]


Television ratings

Television ratings for the first season of The Voice of the Philippines on ABS-CBN were gathered from two major sources, namely from AGB Nielsen and Kantar Media. AGB Nielsen's survey ratings were gathered from Mega Manila households, while Kantar Media's survey ratings were gathered from urban and rural households all over the Philippines.

EpisodeOriginal airdateTimeslot (PST)AGB NielsenKantar MediaSource
1"The Blind auditions premiere"May 24, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.25.0%#1#133.3%#1#1[128][129]
2"The Blind auditions – part 2"May 25, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.27.9%#1#135.8%#1#1[128][129]
3"The Blind auditions – part 3"May 31, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.25.1%#1#233.6%#1#1[130][131]
4"The Blind auditions – part 4"June 1, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.27.0%#1#135.3%#1#1[130][131]
5"The Blind auditions – part 5"June 7, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.25.9%#1#134.4%#1#1[81][132]
6"The Blind auditions – part 6"June 8, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.29.6%#1#137.6%#1#1[81][132]
7"The Blind auditions – part 7"June 14, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.25.7%#1#135.5%#1#1[133][134]
8"The Blind auditions – part 8"June 15, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.29.4%#1#137.5%#1#1[133][134]
9"The Blind auditions – part 9"June 21, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.23.1%#1#334.1%#1#1[135][136]
10"The Blind auditions – part 10"June 22, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.26.7%#1#136.1%#1#1[135][136]
11"The Battles premiere"June 28, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.23.7%#1#234.2%#1#1[137][138]
12"The Sing-offs premiere"June 29, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.26.9%#1#135.8%#1#1[137][138]
13"The Battles – part 2"July 5, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.25.1%#1#234.8%#1#1[139][140]
14"The Sing-offs – part 2"July 6, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.27.4%#1#133.8%#1#1[139][140]
15"The Battles – part 3"July 12, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.25.1%#1#233.8%#1#1[141][142]
16"The Sing-offs – part 3"July 13, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.27.5%#1#132.8%#1#1[141][142]
17"The Live Semifinals premiere"July 19, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.23.7%#1#129.4%#1#1[143][144]
18"The Live Semifinals – part 2"July 20, 2014Sunday 7:30 p.m.23.2%#1#128.6%#1#1[143][144]
19"The Live Finals premiere"July 26, 2014Saturday 6:45 p.m.31.8%#1#137.7%#1#1[113][145]
20"The Live Finals – part 2"July 27, 2014Sunday 6:15 p.m.29.2%#1#137.2%#1#1[113][145]
Season average26.45%#1#134.57%#1#1