From child star to Grammy winning artist, Christina Aguilera is a vocal powerhouse, whose rise to fame started on "Star Search" when she was 9 years old.
In the #MeToo era, bringing CeeLo back to the show — after his controversial comments about the concept of consent — seemed very tone-deaf.
"You've been on this show about as long as Blake and I have,” said Adam Levine. “You should get an honorary chair!”
“In a time in this country when it is so divisive, this is such a beautiful thing," Kelly gushed after watching OneUp perform.
When Kelly used her Block on Jennifer Hudson, what ensued was an "Idol" showdown every bit as cutthroat as Ruben vs. Clay, David vs. David, or Adam vs. Kris.
'The Voice' is all about great singing, of course, but like any reality show worthy of its four Emmys, it’s also about great stories of triumph over adversity.
John Legend is joining “The Voice” for the show’s sixteenth season as a coach, Variety has confirmed. Legend will take over the spot currently held by Jennifer Hudson, who will serve as a coach on Season 15, which debuts on Sept. 24. Season 16 will launch this spring. He joins returning coaches Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine, […]
Filmmaker Michael Moore has an eyebrow-raising theory linking the No Doubt frontwoman to Trump's presidential ambition.
A little over two years ago, The Voice and 20 Feet From Stardom diva Judith Hill’s life was struck by tragedy, when her mentor, Prince — producer of her acclaimed 2015 album, Back in Time — shockingly passed away at age 57. Both tracks have an uptown-funky vibe that seems directly influenced by His Purple Majesty, but Hill says that’s more of a subconscious artistic evolution than a deliberate decision. “It’s funny when people say that, because I don’t even know if or when that [happens],” Hill muses, citing the Staple Singers as a direct “On the Rocks” inspiration.
Christina Aguilera is a global superstar with one of the most spectacular voices of all time. Here's a look at her road to success.
The Season 8 maverick's independent album and stripped-down video establish a much-needed break away from the “high-gloss major-label treatment” of his post-'Voice' release.
“I feel not turning a chair was good for me, because Kelly wasn't there. So the stars really aligned that Season 14 was my season. That was where I should be."
Wake up this Wednesday to news about the Houston Texans cheerleading lawsuit and Rebel Wilson's Photoshopping drama.
I’d assumed Pryor Baird and Britton Buchanan were locks for the Season 14 finale. But one didn't make it through, and one almost didn't.
A "Voice" contestant seems to have nine lives after once again escaping elimination thanks to his electric performance of "Let's Get It On."