"Time is about appreciating having all this ability to sort of capture the eternity of a moment, but then knowing that you're going to have to let it go at some point. Winter will come."
America can't get enough of singing competitions. And that's why so many new singing competition-based television shows are hitting the air waves in the next few months.
I've been a Howard Stern fan for most of his radio career. So I swallowed hard and set my DVR for America's Got Talent, to watch him in his foray to the network.
Social media has become such a huge part of the TV landscape that any network not securing a simple, memorable handle for their new shows is way behind.
Even if you don't win The Voice, you still have prospects to build on the audience base you created throughout your time on the show. Former contestant Tony Vincent is an example of someone who is not wasting any time moving forward in his career.
On the last night before the winner of "The Voice" Season 2 is revealed, the four finalists -- Jermaine Paul, Juliet Simms, Chris Mann and Tony Lucca --sang thrice: a duet, a tribute and a final performance that viewers will vote on.
I commend the good intentions that go into The Voice, and although I am even a fan of the show, I am not convinced that a person's throat is their most valuable body part in the end.
Because everybody assumes that opera singers are fat, and because it's still okay to openly mock and disregard overweight people in our society, there is really no reason to even imagine what it means to actually be an opera singer.
It's shocking that we're only a week away from the Season 2 finale, when a winner will be crowned. But for now, Christina Aguilera is the one wearing the tiara.
There is a long-standing tradition that no person, no mere mortal, should presume to possess the name of God. The Name, as the reasoning goes, is a holy thing, a handle on the divine not to be trifled with.
A new translation of the Bible called "The Voice" has created quite a buzz. The discussion is not so much around what is in the newest version, but rather what's left out.
Singer Jessie J is in the news because of her sexuality again. But this time, it's not because of something the bi artist has done. It's because of something an unofficial biographer says she hasn't done. And that thing is: have sex with men.
Let's be clear about this one thing. Don't object to Jesus being de-centered or otherwise missing from this translation. Jesus is still Lord in "The Voice" -- he's just had his name changed so that today's readers will know who he is.
"The Voice" kicked off this week which a serious case of the giggles and what was to come was easily the most bizarre episode of this show ever. But once we learn, we wish we were still in the dark: Cee Lo is having some gas issues.
Well, that was rough. We thought this was just a performance night, but Team Christina and Team Blake each lost another member on "The Voice" tonight in a very unexpected instant elimination.
Blake makes some disturbing comment about throwing his panties at James Massone (Gross, Dad!), but Coadge Cee Lo is proud to have a blossoming ladies' man on his team. We're not quite seeing it. We just see that headband.