‘The Voice’ may not have produced any Kelly Clarkson-esque singing phenomenons yet, but they have now produced a different kind of phenomenon: a journalist.
Her harshest put-downs were reserved for Brit-Brit.
Craig Wayne Boyd offered up a special treat to country fans attending Rascal Flatts’ Vegas Riot! residency over the weekend.
He’s taking it in good humor.
Looking back on his past achievements, the Bush singer can’t help but cite the Buddhist philosophy that says everyone suffers from the concept of time. Time, and what one chooses to do with it, is something that Rossdale’s been contemplating.
Sure, Blake Shelton can judge, but can he lip-sync? All was revealed last night.
With their single “Later On” rising fast on the country charts, “Voice” finalists the Swon Brothers today announced a release date for their new album. Hear a four-song preview.
Even Blake Shelton gets by with a little help from his friends. The country singer and The Voice coach is calling on his friends Little Big Town for help on The Voice.
It wasn’t even 6:00 a.m. PT before the Carson Daly-hosted The Voice scored a nomination for Outstanding Reality Competition Program for this year’s Emmys.
McGraw appeared on “The Voice” this week to debut “City Lights,” another new song purportedly from his upcoming album “Sundown Heaven Town.”
The win marked the first for Team Usher on the show.
Shelton also took the opportunity to lavish praise on Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani.
The funky track has Usher proclaiming his love for one particular girl’s kisses, singing, “Don’t nobody kiss it like you.” Yeah, this girl’s pretty good.
“We’re very happy to officially announce that two superstars will be joining the next season in these coaches’ chairs: Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani will be added to the Voice family,” Carson Daly announced.
The No Doubt frontwoman would be filling in for regular judge Christina Aguilera.
Usher filled in on CeeLo’s chair for a season previously, but Pharrell is stepping in to keep it warm — at least for season 7.