“The second day after the show was over, instead of going to the meeting, I flew home and I changed my phone number. True story.”
Adam, Blake, and Alicia all tried to steal Team Kelly's Jackie Foster, and Blake even compared Jackie to last season’s winner, Chloe Kohanski.
Victoria McQueen — born June 11, 2002, the day "American Idol" premiered — has been waiting a lifetime to audition. And the judges appeared to believe it's her destiny.
All that was missing tonight was a clay bust of Lionel Richie’s head. Someone in the ABC prop department needs to get on that, stat.
Even the happy-go-lucky Kelly Clarkson had to admit she’d been “broken” by Alicia’s cunning gameplay this season.
Kudos to the producers for using the 'Idol' logo as a well-placed censor bar and keeping this show family-friendly.
When Jeff Gutt first performed as the new singer for STP, he felt pressure because the singer who replaced Scott Weiland from 2013 to 2015, Chester Bennington, was in the audience.
"We took something that could have ruined my day and made me feel really bad about myself and turned it into a positive message for other people.”
“If I ever did anything right, it was come to this show only to meet you," Alicia Keys told phenomenal contestant Terrence Cunningham.
'The Voice' has a long history of LGBTQ inclusivity, but Angel Bonilla is the American series' first transgender singer.
Blake was so impressed by Tuesday's talent, he was making references to unicorns and Care Bears that were practically Miley-esque.
Nine years after her 'American Idol' run, former teen singer Allison Iraheta's trademark rasp remains — but much else has changed.
“The storyline has changed where people tell me, ‘Hey man, I'm a huge fan of "The Walking Dead." I didn't even know about "American Idol!"’ It's really turned that way,” says "Idol" alumni Lee DeWyze.
The new 'Block' buttons, which can be used only once during 'Voice' auditions, allow each coach to block another coach from getting an artist.
"I thought, ‘What am I doing? I can't do this anymore. I need to take this seriously. I need to just stop thinking that I can handle it and I need to do the work to get better.’"
And so — final Four moving on to next week's finale are Zhavia, Candice Boyd, Evvie McKinney, and Vincint Cannady. (Not moving onto next week's finale? Charlie Walk!)
With the singing-show market saturated by 'The Voice' and 'The Four,' can 'Idol' to recapture its glory? Executive producer Trish Kinane and Megan Michaels Wolflick say yes.
When 20-year-old Kendyle Paige came to "The Four" and claimed she was better than golden-girl Zhavia, the result was a battle of epic TV proportions.
When Jefferson Clay implied that Jason Warrior wasn’t a “true artist,” things got awkward, fast. Show host Fergie even looked like she was about to break it up at one point.
Team Gwen’s singer-songwriter, poet, and former dog hotel worker Taylor John Williams was a top five fan favorite on The Voice Season 7, thanks to his buzzy covers of Lorde’s “Royals,” the Once theme “Falling Slowly,” Kanye West’s “Heartless,” and Tears for Fears’ “Mad World.” Since leaving the show, the 26-year-old Portland troubadour has kept busy, releasing the independent EPs Song of a Dead Man and Hiraeth in 2016 and the full-length El Dorado last year. “I felt that ‘Like the Movies’ was most deserving of a no-frills, live performance video,” Williams tells Yahoo. “I wanted to get a few of my favorite vocalist in Los Angeles — Beck Pete, Ricky Manning, and Madison Malone — along with the wonderfully talented Emily Elkin on cello, together in a room to capture the song in a pared-down, vulnerable state.