We’re down to the top 10 on The Voice and, arguably, not everybody currently on the stage deserves to be there. That’s right, I’m still mourning the loss of Mia Z and the failure of the Twitter community to vote for her during last week’s save session. Fortunately, she was by no means the only talented artist on the show — all of Team Christina is amazing, as they’ll no doubt prove again tonight!
Ever since Nick Cannon split from, and then filed for divorce from Mariah Carey, rumors have been abuzz about the former lovebirds dating other people, but Cannon squashed those rumors last month. Now, Nick revealed that there may be chance that he and Mariah could get back together!
The Top 12 have performed, Adam and Blake have shared their obligatory snark, and America has voted…so now, it’s time to find out which two unfortunate singers will be sent home after another amazing round of performances on The Voice. This is one talented group of contestants, so it will be sad to see any of them leave.
Things definitely got interesting during last week’s live edition of The Voice. Live performances have a way of bringing the nerves out of seemingly confident musicians, resulting in endless disappointment for their Facebook fans. But other singers rise to the occasion and impress the pants off of the pleased audience members (ahem, Kimberly Nichole). Tonight, the fun continues with the Top 12!
Tonight marks yet another massacre of sorts on The Voice, with eight unfortunate contestants heading home. A few of the most talented are bound to be among these, because, despite the whole red chair gimmick, America sometimes votes based on appearance while disregarding sheer vocal talent. We can only pray that this is not the case this season.
The first ten live performances are out of the way, so now, it’s time for the members of Team Adam and Team Christina to show their stuff. Who will capture the most praise during tonight’s episode of The Voice?
The Battles and the Knockouts are finally over, which is good news – The Voice’s Facebook fans were starting to get sick of these seemingly never-ending rounds. Finally, we’ve made it to the live show, which is when the real fun begins. Which of the twenty remaining contestants will make an impression? And who will fail to capture the audience’s attention?
Remember last year when the rumors were in full force claiming that Rob Kardashian, who has been struggling with his weight, was going to join The Biggest Loser? Well, as it turns out, the rumors weren’t so far fetched after all, as new reports claim that Kardashian actually refused an offer to appear on the hit weight loss show. And now, we’re left wondering why Rob is refusing any type of help…
If there’s one problem with the format for The Voice, it’s the nearly identical nature of the Battles and the Knockouts. Sure, the competition is a bit stiffer for the Knockouts and there’s only one mentor, but everything else is basically the same. The show’s Facebook fans are definitely looking forward to the live shows, but they’re also willing to acknowledge that the singers have been bringing their A-game for the seemingly never-ending Knockouts.
Watch out world, for The Voice is back with another round of Knockouts. Tonight, several talented singers seek feedback from Nate Ruess before duking it out in front of the coaches and their comfy chairs. Who will reign supreme during the Knockouts?