Are you bummed that Blake is officially out? Find out why Carson tells HollywoodLife.com that he’s thrilled!
Blake Shelton‘s good fortune on The Voice has finally run out. The coach, who’s been responsible for the past three winners, had his final contestant eliminated Dec. 10, ending his chances of winning for the fourth year in a row. Though Blake is less-than-thrilled about the loss, host Carson Daly feels otherwise. In fact, he told HollywoodLife.com he’s “glad” Blake is out of the running!
Do you think the right singers were sent home tonight? Find out who got the boot, then weigh in with your reaction.
If you weren’t having mild heart palpitations during the Dec. 10 elimination episode of The Voice, you weren’t watching it correctly. This season’s final five singers came together for one last night of intense performances before losing two more members of their family.
Which four acts deserve to move forward? Get our take on the evening, then cast your vote!
With only two weeks until a winner is crowned, The Voice‘s final six singers came together in perfect discord Dec. 2, vying for a spot in the season’s final five. Each singer got to tackle two songs this week, giving fans a better idea what they’re voting — or in some cases not voting — for.
As ‘The Voice’ gets closer and closer to crowning its victor, one coach is confident that his singer will rise to the top. Blake Shelton tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that coaching a winner is his job, so he doesn’t plan on losing anytime soon!
Blake Shelton, 37, has plenty of reasons to be confident when it comes to his contestant Cole Vosbury‘s chances of winning Season 5 of The Voice. With three wins already in his pocket, Blake has proven himself to be the coach to beat. Find out what Blake told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY after the Nov. 26 show.
Which two singers do YOU think deserve to be eliminated tomorrow night? Read our take on the top 12’s performances, then vote!
The Voice‘s top 12 contestants took the stage Nov. 11 for a live face-off of epic proportions — and no, I’m not just saying that because Matt Lauer was in attendance. It really was a huge episode full of incredible talent, but only one singer received a standing ovation from all four coaches: Team Blake’s Cole Vosbury! The bearded powerhouse took a huge risk performing Miguel‘s “Adorn,” but his gamble totally paid off in the end.