If you're not watching the NBC's The Voice, you are missing someone special, Sasha Allen. Triple threat talent Sasha is a singer, actress and classic...
Despite the rainy weather, celebrities like Maroon 5's Adam Levine, Don Cheadle, Chris Tucker, Benjamin Bratt and others came out for the 6th Annual G...
Adam Levine started his Maroon 5 set wearing a jacket, as the record cold day at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival necessitated. Levine sang ...
With season 4 premiering last night, Tony Lucca stopped by What's Trending to tease the new batch of contestants, chat about working with judge Adam Levine on his own upcoming album and perform his original song, "Reckless Love."
Two weeks later I am still pinching myself, trying to believe what really happened. Everywhere I go people are saying: Was that really you up there on stage? How did you make it happen? You're the luckiest girl in the world!
Adam Levine certainly didn't phone it in -- like we've seen other "SNL" hosts do this season -- but, like many a musical guest-turned-host before him, this just really didn't work out.
The Voice" kicked off part one of the Season 3 finale with a touching tribute to the victims of the Newtown shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. While singing Jeff Buckley's "Hallelujah," everyone held a sign with the name and age of one of the victims.
This week, "The Voice" gods spared us a two-hour show and gifted us with a peek at Nicholas David not just without two pairs of glasses, not just without cataract sunglasses, but without any glasses at all.
"The Voice's" Top 6 took the stage on Monday night with a song choice of their own and one their coadge picked, while Christina Aguilera -- whose contestants have all gone home -- sat back looking what we're sure she thought was pretty.
This week the Top 8 took the stage on "The Voice." There was Adele, pigtail braids, foot tambourines, some piano climbing, fog machines, and one of the most absurd things we've ever heard on "The Voice." Thanks, Christina Milian.
The Top 10 of "The Voice's" third season took the stage Monday night and delivered one of the best all-around evenings of performances the show has ever seen. There was Usher, there was White Stripes, there was Billy Joel and there was even a little Blake Shelton.
Trevin gets some of the nicest and most genuine feedback we'd ever heard. Let's all make sure that Trevin doesn't become a casualty of the show because people feel like they don't need to vote for him because he's such a frontrunner.
Whichever organization you choose to get involved with, I urge you to include your children in the process. Whether they have been directly affected by cancer or not, children will be strengthened by this participation.
Now it's Team Christina and Team Cee Lo's time to take the stage live for the first time and Thursday, each team of five will be whittled down to three -- two chosen by America and another saved by their coadge.
We saw that the breast cancer movement was gaining momentum at a staggering pace, but noticed there was nothing for any men's health issue. When we did a bit of research into the health issues that effect men, it was surprising to learn that the incident rates of prostate cancer were comparable to rates of breast cancer in women. But there was, and still is, a huge gap between the two causes in terms of awareness and funding.
This show cut both Christina and Blake's teams in half, leaving them each with only five contestants heading into next week's live rounds. The decisions were not too surprising, but there were a few wildcards thrown in.