The Voice might be on its 11th season, but back in 2011, when the show made its debut, no one could have predicted how big it would be. But memorable contestants like Dia Frampton, Vicci Martinez and season one winner Javier Colon made the show the television staple it is today. See where they are now!
After his debut release Come Through For You failed to top the charts, Javier parted ways with Universal Republic Records and is now signed to Concord Records. His next album, Gravity, is planned to be released later this year.
Frenchie was already a semi-celebrity before being chosen by judge Christina. She had appeared on American Idol and had a major role in the Broadway show Rent. Frenchie came on The Voice in hopes of kickstarting her solo music career.
Since leaving the show, Frenchie went back to the stage, appearing in the musical _God Doesn't Mean You Get To Live Forever _. She released her first solo single, "Love's Got A Hold On Me," in 2012, which peaked at #12 on the Billboard Dance Charts. Unfortunately, the album the single was supposed to appear on was never released.
Since the show ended, Devon has kept a low profile. His Twitter page hasn't been updated since 2014 and his personal Facebook says he's getting his doctorate in Chiropractic at Life University. He lives in Atlanta, Ga.
Despite being a country singer, Curtis didn't win over Blake Shelton with his rendition of "Hillbilly Bone." Instead, he competed on Team CeeLo where he made it past the battle rounds before being eliminated.