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The Voice coaches can be anything, not anyone, you like
May 15th, 2022 under Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, Mika, The Voice. [ Comments: none ]

The Voice is coming back in the Fall, and they are changing up two of the coaches. Blake Shelton and John Legend will be sitting in the red chairs, and Gwen Stefani and newcomer Camila Cabello will be sitting next to them.

Hopefully, the four of them will be better at coaching than they are at harmonizing. What? You totally thought the same thing.

On a Mika note, if they are going to use his song, Grace Kelly, for their announcement, then they have to have him on the singing competition to promote his new song Yo-Yo. To see the lyric video for it, then click here!


The Voice’s Wendy Moten broke both her arms during an onstage accident
November 30th, 2021 under The Voice. [ Comments: none ]

Last week on The Voice, Wendy Moten tripped over a speaker on the stage and said she was OK. However, yesterday, she performed with a cast on both arms.

It turns out she broke her right elbow and fractured her left hand according to People.

So even with two broken arms, she had no problem continuing on with the show. Whether she wins or she doesn’t, to me, she is the true winner for this season. For all the reality competition shows.

My hat is off to the 57-year-old singer for not letting this stop her. Too bad Ed Sheeran wasn’t still on the show because he could tell her how to get around with two broken arms since that happened to him.


Wendy Molten fell on The Voice
November 24th, 2021 under The Voice. [ Comments: 1 ]

via MJs Big Blog

Yesterday, the three remaining members of Team Blake performed The Four Tops’ Sugar Pie Honey Bunch. After their performance, it looks like Wendy Molten tripped over a speaker and hit the floor hard.

Blake Shelton ran to check on her while Carson Daly stopped the show and went to a commercial break. When they came back, Molton was standing next to the host. She told him, “I’m OK. I’m a little bruised. But you know what? I’m still ready to go!”

And she is going on to the next round. They say falling on live national television is good luck. So hopefully, it means the 56-year-old will go on to win the competition.


The Voice gets a mega star as a Mega Mentor
October 5th, 2021 under Ed Sheeran, The Voice. [ Comments: none ]

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The Voice has had some huge names as mentors like Dolly Parton, Cher, Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, P!nk, and Mariah Carey. This season, they are going to add another massive name to their plague as a Mega Mentor, and it’s Ed Sheeran.

The singer will help prepare the singers for the Knockout Rounds along with the regular coaches Ariana Grande, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Blake Shelton. And who does American Idol have?

Anyways, Sheeran’s first appearance will be on October 25th. During the Knockout Rounds, artists are paired against a teammate once more, but select their own song to perform individually while their direct competitor watches and waits. Utilizing his vast experience in songwriting, musical production and performing to provide multi-faceted mentorship, Sheeran will guide the artists in their vocal and technical choices and tailor the artists’ songs to their strengths to bolster each performance. Coaches alone choose the winner from their team to advance to the Live Playoffs. Each coach has one steal in the Knockouts.

It seriously amazes me all of the legendary singers the NBC singing competition gets to be part of the series. It is almost like they have pictures on all of these musicians to get them to do the show.


Ariana Grande is hopelessly devoted to The Voice
July 27th, 2021 under Ariana Grande, Blake Lively, John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, The Voice. [ Comments: none ]

We are 55 days away until Ariana Grande’s debut on The Voice. However, today NBC gave us a little preview of what it will be like when she is with the other three judges, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and host Cardon Daly.

She will be bringing the cheese. I mean, how else would you describe this promo? They have done much better ones in the past.

Now, having said this, I can’t wait to see what she brings to the singing competition. Too bad they don’t have bad singers on the show. Why? Because I would like to hear her say to them, “Thank You, Next!”


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