CeeLo goes for the classics. Adam Levine keeps it smarmy. Christina Aguilera’s a Kelly Clarkson fan. Blake Shelton just can’t get no satisfaction.
“The Voice” season 1 finalist Beverly McClellan has gotten some exposure to rock fans lately: she guests on guitar god Steve Vai’s new album “The Story Of Light,” singing a cover of Blind Willie Johnson’s “John The Revelator,” and she’s also opening for him on his current tour. Vai told CBS Local that when he heard McClellan sing at at NARAS event, he knew he wanted to collaborate with her.
For the most part, The Voice has chosen to stay out of the fray, but Carson felt the need to address the elephant in the room on his radio show Thursday morning.
Christina Aguilera remains totally professional when a former boy band-er sings The Wanted. Blake gets The Judds 2.0. CeeLo tells a “Don’t Cha” secret. And Adam Levine gets Leonard Cohen.
Someone picked up the first ever Spanish singer. Someone picked up a sure thing ringer. Someone picked up a kid with glasses. And someone got no one new because he’s picky.
This week the new fall television lineup kicks off, but some people though would rather watch another rerun of their favorite show. Turns out, this might be better for your health.
Last night, the popular music competition The Voice opened its new season with all four celebrity judges (Adam Levine of Maroon 5, CeeLo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton) performing a version of The Rolling Stones’ classic, “Start Me Up.” (For a full recap of the show, go here.) It’s the latest example of the song’s enduring popularity.
Oh Love? Oh, c’mon!
Tweeting can be tricky, even for celebrities. This week brought us several #overshare Tweets that were deleted, like Kanye’s (alleged) naked Kim TwitPic. And Chris Brown’s (alleged) fight with Drake Instagram/rant. We rounded up some […]
The Voice ended things on a high note last night (May 8) when former Alicia Keys backup singer Jermaine Paul was named season two winner.