'The Voice' celebrity mentor Blake Shelton split his time between his weekly prime time gig to appear on tonight's 'CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock' special on ABC, returning to the stage for a second time in one evening to perform his No. 1 single 'Drink on It.'
After a short introduction from host Kimberly Perry, hilarious country boy Blake Shelton took the stage on the 'CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock' special, shot back in June, to sing 'Over' with his soothing, deep voice. Shelton's number was the second love ballad of the night, but that didn't stop the crowd from staying on their feet for the entirety of his performance.
In what looks to be the celebrity feud of the month, 'The Voice' coach Blake Shelton and 'X Factor' creator and judge Simon Cowell have faced-off in a war of words, sharing their distaste for one another's prime time reality show. After it was revealed that the two titanic television season premieres would go head-to-head in ratings this evening (Sept. 12) on NBC and Fox, respectively, Cowell expressed his distaste -- and Shelton followed.
It's no secret that Blake Shelton is one of country music's highest-profile stars. Following the premiere of the third season of NBC's 'The Voice' on Monday, Shelton made a pit stop by 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' where the two guys shared plenty of laughs while getting a little bit of work done at the same time.
After taking home the top prize with hopeful Jermaine Paul on the last season of 'The Voice,' Blake Shelton was the coach to beat heading into tonight's Season 3 premiere of the popular reality competition series. Despite the haggling tactics of his fellow celebrity judges, the country music superstar was able to lasso two of the more talented vocalists on the first of three Blind Auditions season openers this week.
With the handful of country artists that have emerged from reality television in recent years, there was bound to be a standout country music singer in the batch of hopefuls spotlighted on Monday's (Sept. 10) 'The Voice' Season 3 premiere. After a rather bold audition with her yodel-infused cover of Patsy Montana's 1935 country classic 'I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart,' Illinois native Gracia Harrison had the daunting challenge of choosing between Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine as her superstar coach.
Blake Shelton is pretty used to being nominated for big awards, but that doesn’t mean he’s not ecstatic to receive more nods at the CMAs this year. The ‘God Gave Me You’ hitmaker has racked up four new nominations in 2012. Meanwhile, 20-year-old Hunter Hayes is enjoying the first CMA nomination — and he’s eternally grateful.
Instead of writing new songs for his next album, Blake Shelton has taken to rewriting hits from other country music stars. Kenny Chesney‘s ‘Come Over’ and Tim McGraw‘s ‘Live Like You Were Dying’ were his two victims choices in the past 24 hours.
For those of you who tweet or use twitter one person you should follow is Blake Shelton. I've liked Blake since he made mullets cool! He's a down to earth, unfiltered, country music superstar. He tweeted this past week "I'm so famous that coffee can't start it's day without ME..." Here are 5 reasons to follow Blake Shelton on Twitter.
It’s no secret that Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are extreme animal lovers. So it was really no big surprise that when the famous couple found out about a controversial policy at the Tishomingo, Oklahoma Animal Shelter — a shelter which they donated — they were upset and eager to make changes.
Like a bad car wreck you just can’t turn away from, Miranda Lambert is officially hooked on the hit show ‘Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’ — but unfortunately, her husband Blake Shelton isn’t on the same page.
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