Blake Shelton’s Team Performs ‘White Christmas’ On ‘The Voice’

Tue, December 11, 2012 9:06am EST by 1 Comment
Blake Shelton White Christmas The Voice
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Blake solidified his place as the best ‘Voice’ coach with a moving holiday performance.

Blake Shelton injected The Voice with 50 cc’s of holiday spirit Dec. 10 with a rousing rendition of the classic jam “White Christmas.” Sharing the stage with his entire season three team — including a few gone-but-not-forgotten faces — Blake sang under falling ‘snow,’ causing all who beheld its majesty to slip into a delightful Christmas coma.

The remaining three Voice coaches — Adam LevineCee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera — were forced to watch from their swivel chairs in shame as Team Blake brought the holiday heat.

Blake’s entire original Christmas special, Blake Shelton’s Not-So-Family Christmas, aired Dec. 3 on NBC. It featured performances by Blake, wife Miranda LambertReba McEntireKelly Clarkson, Christina and many more.

Watch Team Blake’s rendition of “White Christmas” below:

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Posted at 11:54 AM on December 11, 2012  

It’s always nice to get something different on The Voice like a White Christmas from Blake Shelton. This has been one of the best shows on primetime and it’s down to the final four. I’m excited to see who gets to remain on the show and made this season’s winner. I watch this show after it’s recorded on primetime. I never have to worry about whether all my shows will be recorded. I upgraded to the DISH Hopper DVR, after my coworker at DISH suggested it. I can get all my favorite primetime shows without worrying about timer conflicts and multiple receivers. I always hated having this headache and it also records all four major networks for me to watch within the next eight days. This has made things easy for me and it’s a great enhancement to TV enjoyment.

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