Anyone watching The Voice on Tuesday could tell from DeAndre Nico’s face how he felt as his coach, Adam Levine, pleaded harder for viewers to save his ailing teammate, Reagan Strange, than him. But now, the eliminated singer has gone on the record (with 12 News Now in his hometown of Port Arthur, Tex). “It […]
It was the most awkward elimination night in the history of "The Voice," and according to at least one irate fan on Twitter, one of the show's lowest moments overall.
Kelly Clarkson found Sarah Grace's "Amazing Grace" mashup "insanely cool," but some religious viewers vowed to "pray her out of the competition."
Tuesday must have been Opposite Day, because somehow, one of the best two contestants ended up in the bottom two.
Many fans have already declared Kennedy the next winner or even “the next Whitney” and have demanded, “Give her the damn trophy right now!"
On Tuesday, an underdog contestant who turned zero chairs in the Blind Auditions and fell outside the iTunes top 200 beat out one contestant who turned four chairs and another who made the iTunes top 25.
When SandyRedd dedicated her tearful performance to her late mother, Jennifer could relate.
“We want to take a second to remember her infectious spirit and her undeniable talent. Beverly, we love you so much," Carson Daly announced on the first live results show of Season 15.
If this week’s results were based on talent alone, Team J.Hud would dominate the top 13. Adam Levine’s team would possibly not even be represented at all.
The Team Blake showman flubbed his performance of LaBelle's "Lady Marmalade," but it wasn't over for him just yet.
McClellan competed on Christina Aguilera's team and finished in the final four.
It has been Adam’s dream to win with a country contestant — and of course to rub this victory in Blake Shelton's face. Maybe this season, Adam will finally get his wish.
First, “The Voice” poached Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson. Then Keith Urban was a mentor. Now ex-“Idol” judge Mariah is this week’s adviser. I’m convinced “The Voice” is just trolling “Idol” at this point.
'The Voice' felt more like 'Star Search' Tuesday, thanks to DeAndre Nico and Funsho's new-jack-swinging, quiet-storming rendition of a New Edition classic.
"The Voice" has caught flak for failing to create superstars, but if there was ever a contestant exhibiting A-list-level charisma, it’s Jake Wells.
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.
The 35-year-old singer looks uncannily similar to Ben Affleck - so much so that Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine were caught off guard.
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.