Melissa Jimenez makes a bid for the live shows with her take on 'Halo.'
Stevie Jo puts it all on the line with his version of 'The Thrill Is Gone.'
With a trip to the live shows on the line, T.J. Wilkins goes all out on 'Tell Me Something Good.'
As his coach, Usher, looks on, Josh Kaufman takes his best shot with 'It Will Rain.'
Usher must choose his team's three top artists to advance to the live shows.
Knowing it's do or die, Bria Kelly covers the Rolling Stones' 'Wild Horses.'
The Biggest Loser s Bob Harper shows TODAY how to make some of the delicious and super-lean recipes from his new book, Skinny Meals.
A crowded ferry sank off the coast of South Korea overnight. At least four people are dead and nearly 300 are missing. A frantic rescue operation is underway. CNBC s Eunice Yoon reports.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, join TODAY s Savannah Guthrie exclusively to discuss their new initiative, which seeks to gain support for stricter gun control.
An unusual cold snap has millions waking up to record-low temperatures. In some parts of the Northeast there s a fresh coating of snow.
Prince George and his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, made a colorful arrival in Sydney as part two of their adventure Down Under gets underway. NBC s Sara James reports.
Armored vehicles were cheered on arrival in eastern Ukraine, some flying Russian flags. The vehicles appear to have fallen into the hands of pro-Russian forces.
Death of a Dynasty is Damon Dash's slapstick parody of the industry that made him rich. Dash is the CEO of Roc-a-Fella records, home to hip-hop's biggest seller: Jay Z. The film is a fictionalized account of a beef between Dash and Z over the party chick Picasso, played by the sometimes model, sometimes actress, always disconcertingly teenage looking Devon Aoki.
Discover the sexy all-girl rock band that's a national sensation. "The purrr-fect mix of sexy, cool comedy," says KMAX-TV. Hot newcomers Josie (Rachael Leigh Cook), Melody (Tara Reid) and Val (Rosario Dawson) are three small-town musicians with big dreams but little future. Then fate gives the Pussycats the chance of a lifetime when band manager Wyatt (Alan Cumming) of Mega Records signs them overnight to an awesome recording contract. Suddenly, Josie and the Pussycats are living life in the fast lane with sold-out concerts, a number one single and global stardom. But it's not all limousines and private jets. The Pussycats soon discover they're being played like pawns in an evil plot by the record label's maniacal CEO Fiona (Parker Posey) to control the youth of America.
For years, the record industries have inserted subliminal messages into music so that they can turn teenagers into braindead zombies who do nothing but buy, buy, buy. And whenever the musician or band finds out the truth, the record company silences them to keep the truth from coming out. When the hot boy band DuJour discovers this, their manager, Wyatt Frame (Alan Cumming), under his evil, corrupt boss, Fiona (Parker Posey), has the plane they are flying in crashed and him looking for a new band to use for their evil schemes. Enter Josie (Rachel Leigh Cook), the ditzy Melody (Tara Reid), and the tough Valerie (Rosario Dawson), from Josie and the Pussycats, a small band who wants to make it to the big top. When they are discovered by Wyatt, they give in and become big rock stars. But will they find out that they are just pawns for the record industry or will fame take them over?
Josie and the Pussycats dream of becoming big rock stars. Given the chance of a lifetime by two top music managers, they soon find out that they are a part of an evil plan to put subliminal messages into rock music.
Peppy girl band Josie and the Pussycats show their claws when they learn their sudden ascent to stardom is fraught with deception in this catchy comedy based on the Archie Comics character and the popular cartoon series. 'The movie's got bounce' (Entertainment Weekly).
After watching his remaining five artists perform, Usher must choose which three singers will advance to the live shows.
Adam and Shakira's remaining artists each perform, facing a trip to the live rounds - or instant elimination.
The coaches make their final matchups as a handful of artists bid to make it to the playoffs.
The coaches continue the difficult task of culling their teams by matching artists against each other in the second round of battles.
Adam and Shakira's remaining artists each perform, facing a trip to the live rounds - or instant elimination
The artists face elimination as the playoffs continue.
With a trip to the live shows on the line, the coaches call on their artists for instant performances.
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Adam, Shakira, Usher and Blake review the most memorable battle performances from the second week of head-to-head duets.
The first round of battles wraps up, as the remaining artists put it all on the line in elimination duets.
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