"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."
This installment of "The Voice" included a very mixed bag of performers: a 55-year-old bus driver, a former pop-punk frontwoman and a man who's been deemed the "Smog Technician Heartthrob."
We know what you were hoping to see in tonight's installment of "The Voice" -- more blind auditions! But seriously, we're getting tired of Cee Lo's silk pajamas, Adam's rolled up t-shirt and Christina's sad excuse for shorts.
Monday's episode was full of what we thought were largely shitty auditions, some of which the coadges loved. Check out who made us wonder if those in the red chairs didn't have functioning ears.
When we first saw 26-year-old Domo from the Bronx at the start of the show, she said, "In China, I am like Lady Gaga" -- it's hard not to loathe someone after that, even though we also are very much over Lady Gaga.
It's just 3 weeks until I sit in a chair and wait for a different person to sing to me every 10 minutes. All day. For the better part of a month. In 8 different states. And although my chair will be facing forward the whole time, I'm spending this week drawing inspiration from the coaches on NBC's The Voice.
There were debates about whether MacKenzie looked more like Bieber or Harry Potter -- Mac preferred the latter. "Harry Potter meets Justin Bieber -- a magical pop star," on-fire Adam joked.
"The Voice" is back for Season 3 and it really does look like three's the charm for the NBC reality singing competition. Christina Aguilera graduated from leather diapers to leather daisy dukes.
So what makes a great reality judge? Is it the ability to make solid judgments about the contestants? Is it expertise? Flair? An on-stage pet, Cee Lo Green style?