It appears Blake Shelton has agreed to return to the hit NBC reality singing competition 'The Voice' for its upcoming fourth season, despite his misgivings that the show takes time out of his own busy music career.
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.
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 sent the most countrified member of his team home during Monday night’s episode of ‘The Voice.’ To be fair, the song Jordan Rager was asked to sing was way out of his comfort zone, but a perfect fit for his Battle Rounds contender Naia Kete. Rager’s growth during the rehearsals was commendable, but ultimately not enough.
Blake Shelton‘s 17-year-old team member from the hit NBC show ‘The Voice’ appears to be getting some additional guidance from three of country music’s hottest talents, Miranda Lambert‘s Pistol Annies. RaeLynn snapped this photo for her Twitter page on Tuesday night.
The battle rounds begin on NBC’s hit show ‘The Voice‘ tonight (March 5), and Kelly Clarkson says the group of contestants she mentored is built to win. Both the pop singer and Miranda Lambert took six of Blake Shelton‘s 12 finalists and worked with them for a few days before intersquad head-to-head matchups began.
It’s obvious from her blind audition performance that Adley Stump has country music in her blood. Now, the Tulsa, Okla. native has a home on NBC’s ‘The Voice‘ — thanks to her grizzly rendition of Carrie Underwood’s ‘Last Name’ that got both Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera spinning in their chairs… Literally.
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