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.
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.
Adam Levine's Top 5 and Blake Shelton's Top 5 perform before the audience takes control. Three artists will move on from each team, thanks to audience votes, and the coadges will each save one more contestant on Thursday night's results show.
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.
Nicholas David's facial hair is so absurd and distracting. Also, he's wearing cataracts sunglasses during rehearsal and I can't tell whether or not it's out of necessity. Double also, his hair is pulled back into a sleek half pony.
The battle rounds came to a close this week, but not without a bang. We saw one of the best and most even battles ever, a background singer that stole the spotlight and the worst crimping job on the show yet. Poor Kelly, Crapa ... in more ways than one.
The battle rounds are finally winding down on "The Voice" and soon, the mysterious knockout rounds will start up. In some of the final battle performances, some talented singers said goodbye and yet another teen songstress managed to stay alive.
The battle rounds are finally winding down on "The Voice" and NBC seems just as sick of them as we are since they rushed through three battles on Tuesday's episode, including Beat Frequency, which is proof there is a God.
"The Voice" is still in full Battle Round mode and there were some seriously awkward, seriously predictable and seriously impressive performances.
What Mitt did? All that trumped-up hyperbole and loud, bombastic demagoguery mixed with a dollop of distortion and a dash of revisionism? That's Mitt's style. That's not the president's style.
The Battle Rounds continue on NBC's "The Voice" so it's time to see some favorites (Cody Belew and Melanie Martinez) and those we wish we'd never see again (Domo).
"The Voice" changed things up this week -- thank God -- by introducing "The Steal," a new feature. During the Battle Rounds, the contestant the coadge does not pick is up for grabs.
When Lorraine Ferro told me she was going to be on The Voice this season, my first thought was "Halle-(insert expletive)-lujah! The world will finally get to hear you!"
There was another former boybander, another back-up singer and many pretty young things for Cee Lo to drool over -- except Christina is the one that seems to have her eye on them. Plus, we meet perhaps the cutest singer ever to grace "The Voice."