Today, we break down the top 24's performances, assess the top 12 moving on to the live shows, and wonder aloud if Blake Shelton really is the Sexiest Man Alive.
Brooke Simpson's "It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World" proved Season 13 is all about the ladies, but one talented girl had to say goodbye this Wednesday.
Blake Shelton may be the Sexiest Man Alive, but he may soon be feeling like the Stupidest Coach Alive, when his longtime rival Adam Levine wins this season with a former Team Blake country contestant.
We break down the final showdowns of the season, assess the top 20, and make our predictions and picks for which contestants might come back for a second chance.
The third session of the Knockout Rounds commenced with two big-voiced performances and ended with a Steal. Here’s our recap of how it all went down.
'The Voice' Season 13’s top 20 semifinalists have been revealed, and we have their exclusive photos… and, of course, some opinions as well. Check out this definitive ranking, so you can make an informed vote.
Moriah Formica may have covered Kelly’s own “Behind These Hazel Eyes,” but it was Noah that made Kelly’s hazel eyes blue.
The Voice Season 13 Knockout Rounds commenced this week, with future coach Kelly Clarkson making her Voice debut as a Key Adviser. While seemed a bit wrong to see the Original Recipe American Idol sitting in that big red chair (or hanging out on the Voice set with fellow ex-Idol Jennifer Hudson), she did an amazing job. So today on The Day After, my co-host Jeffery Austin and I have donned our vintage Kelly T-shirts in her honor, as we talk about the Knockouts.
At first it felt wrong to see the Original Recipe American Idol defecting to 'The Voice,' and even shouting “I love this show!!!” at the top of her Grammy-winning lungs.
"I think at this point in my career, I deserve to make this record," says Kelly Clarkson of her new album, "Meaning of Life." "I’m so proud of it. I literally have not worked any harder on anything else in my life.”
Editor Lyndsey Parker and Season 9 finalist Jeffery Austin break down the second batch of Battles for 'The Voice' Season 13.
The Voice Season 13’s Battle Rounds wrapped Tuesday, with some surprising — and by “surprising,” I mean annoying — results. Two very worthy competitors went home way too soon. Natalie Stovall, we hardly knew ye.
Monday’s standout Battles, for totally different reasons, were between female Team Miley hopefuls, and both Battles (spoiler alert!) resulted in dramatic Steals.
The Voice Season 13 Battle Rounds kicked off this week, and today on The Day After, my co-host, Season 9 finalist Jeffery Austin, break down the first batch of Battles — the good, the bad, and the pitchy. (Spoiler: We also talk about RuPaul’s Drag Race, a lot. Maybe it’s time to start a Day After series for that show!)
The Voice Season 13 Battles Rounds continued apace Tuesday, zipping by with no time to spare thanks to this episode being a mere hour long. As a result, no contestant was safe from the threat of getting montaged — not even a former pro football player, a YouTube sensation with 50 million-plus views, or two of Team Miley’s superstar ladies.
Let the Battles begin! On Monday, The Voice Season 13 moved on from the Blind Auditions to the Battle Rounds, with guest advisers Kelly Rowland (for Team J.Hud), Rascal Flatts (Team Blake), Joe Jonas (Team Adam), and good ol’ Billy Ray Cyrus (helping out daughter Miley). The night commenced with a surprising (and surprisingly steal-free) verdict, and concluded with a tasteful tribute of sorts to the late Tom Petty (who, come to think of it, would have made an excellent Voice adviser) and a double-steal. In the other: Meagan, the dynamite diva whose face, according to fashionista Miley Cyrus, ought to be emblazoned on Voice T-shirts.
The Voice Season 13 Blind Auditions wrapped up this Tuesday, with coach Miley Cyrus making herstory with the series’ first-ever all-girl team. Today on The Day After, my co-host, Season 9 finalist Jeffery Austin, and I look at Miley’s 12 contestants, as well as the members on Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, and Jennifer Hudson’s teams, and we make our predictions for the season going forward.
No coach on “The Voice” has assembled an all-female team of singers in the show’s previous 12 seasons. It’s likely a female coach will win this season, but it won’t necessarily be Miley.
"Voice" producers have turned to Snapchat to seek out new talent. And with Snapchat contest winner Ignatious Carmouche, they may have found someone who can win IRL.
The Voice Season 13 Blind Auditions continued apace this Monday and Tuesday, and today on The Day After, my co-host, Season 9 finalist Jeffery Austin, and I have questions.
In a surprising plot twist, Tuesday night’s episode of “The Voice” featured a seemingly fatal error that wasn’t. There was also an incredibly polished performance, some fine falsetto work, and a tune that lacked fire.
One of the night’s standout contestants, 25-year-old Davon Fleming, and his new coach, Jennifer Hudson, came together to honor their idol Whitney Houston.
The Voice is back — and you know what that means! The Day After is back as well! Join me and Season 9 finalist Jeffery Austin every Wednesday throughout Season 13, as we snark and share our opinions about the show. This week, we discuss the season’s first two nights of Blind Auditioners — which included a gay former pro football player, a Christian drag queen, an ex-Adam Lambert/Nicki Minaj backup singer-turned-country crooner, and a couple of YouTube sensations.