NBC's new fall schedule looks very much like last season with This Is Us, The Voice and more shows staying in place.
Whether or not he wins, CammWess can always say he was the first contestant in 'The Voice U.S.' history permitted to sing Prince’s most iconic song.
Kelly made Toneisha Harris an offer that is probably a grander grand prize than actually winning 'The Voice.'
“As you know, the entire world changed dramatically since we taped the Knockouts," Carson Daly announced on a barren stage.
"The Voice" is adapting to the coronavirus pandemic by staging a series of remotely-filmed live shows, NBC announced Thursday. Beginning Monday, May 4, Carson Daly will host the live rounds from a soundstage without a live audience in front of the red “Voice” chairs. The four coaches -- Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, Nick Jonas, and […]
Taylor was also impressed by Toneisha's Knockout Rounds opponent, Cedrice, describing this pairing as “what singing is all about.”
“Nick, we had a great run, but I think I just need to move on," said Joanna Serenko, deciding to go with an "older man" instead.
These two generated serious heat. The minute they started sex-eyeing each other, Kelly Clarkson gasped, “Whoa!”
Kelly Clarkson's team of 10 only had one male contestant going into the Battles, but those demographics notably shifted Monday.
“I feel sorry for you right now, because what you just created was a masterpiece, and now you’ve got to cut half of it off,” Kelly Clarkson told the newbie coach.
John Legend's fellow coaches were crestfallen that they’d missed out on the bald-and-beautiful torch singer also known as "Ceyoncé."
"We’re prepping for our next stage, my brothers and I, and your voice, mixed in with the three of ours, could be really interesting," Nick Jonas told Jacob Miller.
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“We don't deserve you, Katie. … You deserve awards. You deserve more than The Voice. You deserve Grammys."
This PC remake of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" was meant to be cheeky, but some Scroogey viewers didn’t seem in on the joke.
After powerhouse Rose Short covered “God’s Country," Carson Daly remarked, “That made Blake Shelton's original sound like the demo.”