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Top Moments: Vampire Diaries' Dangerous Kiss and Gaga's Idol Seduction

Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder

Our top moments of the week:

16. Most Self-Aware Reality-Show Judge:
Showing she does have a sense of humor about herself, Christina Aguilera injects a little levity into a coaching session with battle-round opponents Frenchie Davis and Tarralyn Ramsey on The Voice. "Don't worry about the words! I never worry about the words!" she laughs, referring to her National Anthem debacle. Can't wait to hear what she has to say about her night behind bars... read more

The Voice Goes Live With Two-Hour Episodes in June

The Voice

NBC is turning up the volume on The Voice.

The singing competition will expand to two-hour live episodes beginning Tuesday, June 7 at 9/8c following America's Got Talent, the network announced Thursday.

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Watercooler: The Voice is a Battlefield

Casey Weston, Tim Mahoney

Well that was... Huh.

Last night, The Voice, which has been awesome, kicked off its Battle Rounds to start paring down the contestants and, well, all we can think of is Rock 'Em, Sock 'Em Singers.

By having two members from each of the coaches' teams perform the same song — at the same time — the sing-off bordered on a scream-off at certain points, with enough vocal aerobics and clashing notes to confuse even the most dogged DVR remote. Which one was wailing? Who was flat? And did they really need to pit a Niki against a Vicci?

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Should The Voice Have Allowed A Second-Chance Round?

The Voice

Did it feel as though The Voice used the majority of its wow factor in last week's premiere? A little. To these ears, it took a good 40 minutes before some real talent hit that stage. And it sure felt like the coaches were hitting their buttons, more often than not, out of curiosity rather than excitement this time. Someone who dares sing "Hey, Soul Sister"? A girl duo? Sure, let's see!

Post-show thoughts on The Voice premiere: The 5 big ways it's different from American Idol

In any case, the blind audition rounds are over, and each coach has a roster of eight. What's peculiar is how they chose the eight. About 20 minutes before the end, Carson announced that only Cee Lo had managed to fill his team. In other words, the show ran out of contestants! Were there auditions viewers didn't see, or did producers really only choose a few dozen singers in the hopes that every single one would be snapped up by the four judges? read more

Reba, Monica, Sia Join NBC's The Voice as Advisers

Reba McEntire and Monica

NBC's new singing competition The Voice is adding more star power to its already super-charged panel of judges. Reba McEntire, Monica, Sia and Adam Blackstone have joined the show as "industry insiders" who will help mentor the contestants alongside the coaches, the network announced Friday. 

Coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton chose... read more

Top Moments: Office's Fond Farewell, Vampire Diaries Shockers and a Cheesy Race

Steve Carell

13. Kiss and Don't Tell Award: After American Idol woman scorned Pia Toscano sings her anthem "I'll Stand By You" on Dancing with the Stars (her all-but-confirmed beau Mark Ballas' show), Tom Bergeron gets right to ...
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Watercooler: The Voice Sounds Good to Us!

The Voice

Hear this loud and clear. We are LOVING The Voice.

Last night, NBC's singing competition kicked off in a two-hour treat that was both wildly fun and chockfull of chills, thanks to some serious (as Cee Lo Green would say) sangers. It also had some tired bits, but hey, after 10 seasons of Idol, we'll take a few sob stories over endless weeks of clowny, time-wasting auditions...
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Post-Show Thoughts on The Voice Premiere: The 5 Big Ways It’s Different from Idol

Carson Daly

You've heard the hype: On NBC's The Voice, contestants are judged by celebrities who can't see them! There are no train wrecks! Everyone's talented! It's the anti-American Idol!

How NBC's The Voice plans to out-class TV's singing competitions

But does it all result in a show that can compete with the attention already paid to Idol, watched by an average of 25 million viewers? Is there room for both? We watched Tuesday's two-hour premiere of The Voice to figure out what the big differences between the two are (and, OK, weigh in on which we think is better.  For now.)

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VIDEO: Paul Reiser Discusses His Canceled NBC Sitcom with Jay Leno

Paul Reiser

So, this is awkward. Paul Reiser already was scheduled to promote The Paul Reiser Show on Monday's Tonight Show with Jay Leno when he got word last week that his show was being pulled after two episodes. He showed up to chat with Jay anyway, commenting on the uncomfortable situation ("I said, 'Well, that's weird. What do you think, Jay? Should I come on and just say hi?'") and throwing barbs at NBC...
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Matt's Picks: April 25-28

Cee Lo Green

Glee (Tuesday, 8/7c, Fox)
Too much isn't always a good thing for this erratic yet always exuberant series, but with Lady Gaga music as the hook (including "Born This Way," which doubles as an episode title), this week's outing expands to 90 minutes. With prom looming, Quinn aims her sights on the title of queen — but so does the super-sized Lauren. Meanwhile, Mr. Shue is using the Gaga playlist to teach the glee club more musical life lessons in self-acceptance and embracing what makes each of them special.

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