When Christina Aguilera first announced that she was temporarily leaving The Voice to kickoff a world tour that never happened, it was made clear that the move was temporary. However, now that the songbird with the mangled vocal cords is preparing to return to the show, there is a minor speed bump in her comeback [...]
The new season of The Voice premiered last evening via NBC, and it introduced new coaches Usher and Shakira as welcome replacements for Cee Lo Green and Shakira. Kicking off their residency with a bang, the pair joined forces with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine for a rendition of The Beatles’ “Come Together”.
Women dominated the bill for the finale of ‘The Voice’ this evening yet a few men managed to sneak through the gates. Among those acts was Bruno Mars, who used the opportunity to debut his latest single, ‘When I Was Your Man’, on television.
Rihanna dodged the high notes of her latest single, ‘Diamonds’, on ‘The Voice’ but Kelly Clarkson did no such thing. With a powerful voice and a clear understanding of her range, the diva showed the viewers of the show that there is still some talent in the music scene.
‘The Voice’ is said to be the home of the most talented singers of any reality show on the air today. So, just imagine the magnitude of the irony that occurred earlier this evening when Rihanna opened the series’ season finale with a shaky performance of ‘Diamonds’.
As the Americans continue to mourn the victims of the horrific Newtown shootings, the coaches of ‘The Voice’ honored their memory with a special tribute. Singing by candlelight, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine performed a rendition of ‘Hallelujah’.
Don’t drop your guard these days because you never know when and where Ne-Yo will pop up. For instance, the crooner made a random appearance on ‘The Voice’ to perform his latest hit single, ‘Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)’.
50 Cent released his new song, ‘My Life’, earlier today and followed the event with the first live performance of the song on ‘The Voice’. Joined by coach Adam Levine, the Hip-Hop heavyweight gave the track a Rock makeover and made it far more exciting than the studio version.
The last time Christina Aguilera performed on ‘The Voice’ with Cee Lo Green, her wails of pain overwhelmed her vocal cords and she strayed dramatically off-key. Tonight, however, the cocky diva didn’t add any extra runs to her rendition of her latest single, ‘Just a Fool’, alongside Blake Shelton.