In a CBS Local interview, Blake tells how he first found out about Cee Lo’s album — and the song his “Voice” buddy recorded that really is “something I would never have thought of.”
When America votes, everyone covers their arse! Cee Lo gets into the ’70s! Blake breaks out his guitar! Xtina goes “Moulin Rouge” meets Marie Antoinette! And America is kind of mean.
Last week, the live playoff eliminations between each team on The Voice came to an end. Tonight the remaining 12 contestants took to the stage one by one to impress the judges and win over America.
“Today we’re all in a cringe worthy moment. I’m really not looking forward to two of my people going home,” Christina Aguilera said.
“He’s got a lot of heart,” says Christina Aguilera of her “Voice” cohort (and duet partner) Blake Shelton. Hear a full song preview.
The tree is up at his house, his Christmas CD is on shelves, and his December TV special is already in the can.
This week, country music shows up on a range of shows including Leno, Fallon, “The Talk,” “The Voice,” and of course “Nashville.”
The Voice has officially gone live! The first night of live playoffs have begun and the talent was out of control.
Whom do you think had the best costume? Miranda or Blake?
No more steals. These rounds are leading up to who will make it to the live shows.
Country sensation Reba McEntire announces musical guests for new fall TV series. With the support of her TV mom, Lily Tomlin, Reba kicks her two-timing husband to the curb and heads to . . . you guessed it – ‘Malibu Country.’ Check out the trailer!
We “balance each other out,” she says of her relationship with Blake Shelton. “He lightens my heart, and I rope him in.”
NIght four of “The Voice” featured some of the youngest finalists on the show and one steal we did not see coming!
Collaborations look to be the trend on Christina’s new album. For starters, she is teaming up with two of her colleagues on The Voice–Blake Shelton and Cee-Lo Green.
Lots of surprise picks in tonight’s battles and a few not so surprising steals after. Featuring excellent renditions of Bon Jovi, Hall & Oates and Florence + the Machine.