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Now that the playoffs are over, this season of The Voice has found its Top 12, and it's time to vote! You've read the recap , and now I present my most updated Power List, ranking the players on where they stand in the competition as of the playoff performances on Tuesday, April 15. Remember, we've seen these artists so spread out throughout the ... (more)
The top 10 finalists from the 13th season of "American Idol" will hit the road this summer with an Aug. 9 stop planned for Mystic Lake Casino.
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Unfortunately, Fort Lee native Melissa "MJ" Jimenez did not make the cut on "The Voice" Thursday night, as Team Usher was trimmed from five to three.
Bria Kelly , the former America's Got Talent contestant from Season 7, has survived the playoffs and will advance to the live rounds on NBC's The Voice .
NBC won the night among the Big 4 in adults 18-49, taking six of six half-hours despite running a "Blacklist" encore at 10 p.m. For the night, NBC was #1 among ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX in all key demographics - adults, men and women 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54.
Staying true to her love of classic rock, Twin Cities singer Kat Perkins took on Journey's "Open Arms" during the playoff rounds of "The Voice" on Monday night.
The younger Deja Hall with her family : brother Desmond, mother Teresa, father Dean, sister Desana and oldest brother Dean.
Fans of the hit NBC show, "The Voice", can finally see their favorite contestants live as the season's talented top Finalists and favorite past stars hit the road on a huge summer tour.
Count Usher among the "The Voice" coaches and contestants impressed with the NBC show's musical director Paul Mirkovich.
Fourteen-year-old Hewitt-Trussville Middle School student Jackson Capps was an invited guest of RFD-TV's "The Right Place with Kevin Sport" on April 5 at Puckett's in Columbia, Tenn., just outside Nashville.
Adam Levine-Peres, who teaches at the Marble Hill School for International Studies in the North Bronx, started "The Voince" last year to inspire his students - and to get Bronx residents talking about issues that affect them.