The blind auditions are over, but before The Voice battle rounds begin Monday, Oct. 8 why not get a quick refresher on some of the standout singers from Season 3?
The Voice renewed for two more seasons
In this exclusive video, the latest contestants to join Team Cee Lo size each other up while...
Which singing show will reign supreme this fall?
NBC's The Voice threw down the gauntlet when it expanded its planned two-night Monday-Tuesday premiere to a third night on Wednesday, which puts it head-to-head with the first night of The X Factor's two-night premiere. In response, X Factor creator and judge Simon Cowell deemed the move as "cold-hearted" and...
A year ago, no one, not even the powers that be at NBC, expected The Voice to pose a real threat to American Idol. Simon Cowell had taken his talents to The X Factor and between the two shows, Fox would out-yell and outspend any and all other music competitions.
But then The Voice and its big red swivel chairs and its panel of feisty, funny judges surprised everyone. Rather than repurposing the Idol formula, The Voice gave America a much-needed break from painful auditions, "dawgs," "songs that inspire" week, and judges critiques that ranged from "you really made it your own" to "that was beautiful, perfect." The show also beat X Factor to the punch in having judges act as mentors to the contestants, and in lining up a group of...
Christina Milian will serve as the new social media correspondent of The Voice when the singing competition returns next year, NBC announced Wednesday.
The Grammy-nominated singer-actress, 30, replaces G4's Alison Haislip.
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"Christina's extensive musical background and widespread recognition make her the perfect choice for the role of Social Media Correspondent on...
On Pretty Little Liars, she's haunted by the death of her best friend Alison; in Ashley Benson's upcoming movie Christmas Cupid, she's the dead one.
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In a twist on the holiday classic A Christmas Carol, the ABC Family made-for-TV movie follows big shot Hollywood publicist Sloane Spencer, played by Christina Milian, who is stalked by the ghost of her recently deceased client Caitlin Quinn (Benson). Caitlin takes Sloane to meet her ex-boyfriends of past, present and future, and ultimately guides her to find her true love.