“The Voice” has given TV viewers a chance to see some of the best singers in the world. Even though there have been a lot of great female voices, it would be crazy for “The Voice” to put together a list of the best male voices.

“Rocketman” by Elton John is sung by Andreas Kümmert on “The Voice” Germany. His loud voice makes the main judge turn around in their chair in the main court. At the end, all of the judges stand up while the rest of the group goes crazy. After the melody, the judges usually go to bat for him, and he may even sing again.

Tim Blommaert plays the guitar and sings the song “Excessively Close” by Alex Clare. When he sings the main line of the tune, all of the judges turn around in their chairs. He has a soft voice, and the rest of the group loves it.

“The Voice” is a singing competition. Led Zeppelin’s “Entire Lotta Love” is sung by Pierre Edel in a clip from Ukraine. His hard voice and high notes turn the judges’ chairs around. They move and stick next to Pierre to join him.

“The Voice” is a singing competition. Wolf Winters, who sings “The Sound of Silence” by Simon and Garfunkel, is a big deal in Australia. He starts with just a piano and sings with a voice that is very deep. The judges say that he has a “great sound.”

Dennis van Aarssen sings “Such Is Life” by Frank Sinatra in the Netherlands. He gets a judge to decide what the main word is. The other three judges will then speak. One judge looks at his arm to show that he is getting cold.

Mendeleyev sings “Young Lady from the North Country” by Bob Dylan on “The Voice” in the United States. Three judges turn around in their seats when they hear his deep voice and play guitar. There are also best male performances from Bulgaria, Norway, and the Netherlands, with hits like “Sweet Dreams” by the Eurythmics, “Juke Box Hero” by Foreigner, and “Recovery Song” by Bob Marley.