How well do you know your favorite singing competition show? Take our quiz and see if you're on team "The Voice" or team "American Idol."
"American Idol's" 15th season — dubbed The Farewell Season — features Harry Connick Jr., Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban.
"The Voice" first begins with the blind auditions, followed by the battle rounds, the knockouts, the live playoffs and finally, the live performance shows.
If you said "The Voice," you are right. Simon Fuller created "American Idol."
Connick joined "American Idol" for Season 13, helping revive the show with his wit and honesty.
CeeLo and Shakira have both been judges on "The Voice," while Nicki Minaj was a judge on "American Idol."
Kanye surprised the judges on The Farewell Season of "American Idol" by "auditioning" in San Francisco.
Adam Levine and his artist Javier Colon won the first season of "The Voice."
Negotiations for Stern to replace Simon Cowell on "American Idol" in Season 10 fell through, and he eventually landed on "America's Got Talent."
Adam Levine is close behind with three wins, but Blake Shelton is the team to beat with four wins.
Simon Cowell may get credit for being the snarkiest judge, but Randy Jackson stuck it out longer than any other.
Parton mentored the final vocalists and even performed on "The Voice."
"American Idol," hands down, has produced more superstars, including big names like Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson, Chris Daughtry and Jordin Sparks.
That would be "American Idol." Season 10 also saw the age limit to participate lowered to 15.
American Idol has won eight Primetime Emmy awards in its 14 seasons on air. The Voice has 25 nominations and four wins.
"The Voice" beat out other popular reality shows, including "Dancing With The Stars" and "Top Chef," to win Outstanding Reality-Competition Program in 2015.
Dunkelman shared the stage with "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest for the inaugural season in 2002, then decided to leave to pursue a career in acting.
American Idol has been a cash cow for its creators, with multiple live tours, a theme park attraction at Walt Disney World in Florida, and video games for PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360.
Christina Aguilera kept her young daughter, Summer Rain, on set of Season 8 of "The Voice."
Jordan Smith won Season 9 of "The Voice" for Team Adam and is working on a studio album with producer David Foster.
On the January 2016 premiere of "American Idol's" Season 15, Jennifer Lopez commented to Harry Connick Jr. that contestant Lindita Halimi "sings like a heavy girl." Social media erupted over the comment, which clearly was seen as insulting.
Phillip Phillips' was given a boost when his song, "Home," was selected as the theme for NBC's Olympics coverage, as well as many other TV projects.
Unlike "American Idol," "The Voice's" celebrity judges don't go out on the road to hear the hundreds of contestants eager for a spot on the show.
Pharrell Williams, Gwen Stefani, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton were joined by these four advisers, who helped coach their contestants throughout Season 9 of "The Voice."
Christina Aguilera, one of the original judges on "The Voice," was co-writer on Clarkson's song "Miss Independent."
Simon Cowell is the executive producer of the hit show "America's Got Talent" and will be replacing Howard Stern as a judge for the 2016 season.
After divorces within months of each other in 2015, judges Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton began dating each other.
If you missed this one, you definitely haven't been watching. Carson Daly is the host of "The Voice." Ryan Seacrest hosts "American Idol."
Gone are the giant Coca-Cola cups from the judge's table. After 13 seasons, Coca-Cola say goodbye to "American Idol."
"The Voice" Official App lets users play along, build their own teams, tweet to the coaches and artists, suggest songs they want to hear and more.