Usher and Shakira rejoin Blake and Adam when The Voice Season 6 premieres February 24th.
A lot goes on behind the scenes at The Voice. Here's what you didn't see this week!
Will Champlin thinks back on his favorite moments on the show and what he's taken away from his journey.
Unlikely stars Melanie Martinez and Nicholas David pair up for an inspired take on Fiona Apple's "Criminal."
Season 4 finalist Michelle Chamuel performs her new single, "Go Down Singing."
Danielle Bradbery's new single is the perfect soundtrack for a preview look at the upcoming Olympic Games in Sochi.
Tessanne Chin reprises the song that had all four coaches turned around during the blind auditions, "Try."
Amber Nicole, Grey, Kat Robichaud, Shelbie Z., Tamara Chauniece and Stephanie Anne Johnson take on Kelly Clarkson's "My Life Would Suck Without You."
The artists and coaches have a little holiday fun with the traditional 12 days of Christmas.
Tessanne sings "Tumbling Down," penned by OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder.
The remaining artists from each coach's team perform live for your votes.
This season's top 20 artists team up on "Tonight Is the Night."
Remake of the Cary Grant classic where an angel comes to earth a few days before Christmas to help a disillusioned reverend regain control of his life. Academy Award Nomination - Score.
The Color Purple. Based on Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Color Purple is a richly-textured, powerful film set in America's rural south.
A defector (Mikhail Baryshnikov) and an expatriate American dancer (Gregory Hines) plan to escape from Russia.
The story of Nikolai Rodchenko (Mikhail Baryshnikov), a Russian defector, and Raymond Greenwood (Gregory Hines), an American tap dancer who defected behind the Iron Curtain during the Vietnam War. Artistic vision and political idealism collide as two great dancers make a decision that will change their lives forever.
After 15-year-old Jade's father forbids her boyfriend, 17-year-old David, from their home, David becomes obsessed with Jade in this passionate drama.
Based on a best-selling novel by Scott Spencer, Endless Love details the doomed romance between 17-year-old David and 15-year-old Jade (Brooke Shields). Banished from Jade's home by her dad Hugh, David obsessively cooks up a scheme to get back into the family's good graces that goes horribly wrong. Features Billboard's "greatest song duet of all time" by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie.
Watch the 2010 American Music Awards Coke Red Carpet Live on November 21st at 2 PM PST/ 5 PM EST and check into the AMAs on TV.com Relay- http://www.tv.com/relay-splash/.
Music runs deep in singer/songwriter Lionel Richie's life, especially due to the close bond he had with his maternal grandmother, Adelaide Towson, who taught music at Tuskegee University. Although they had an incredible relationship, Richie knows nothing about her ancestry and is driven to solve the mystery surrounding the identity of her father. Richie sets out on a journey that will take him from his childhood neighborhood in Tuskegee to Nashville where his great grandfather helped sow the seeds of the Civil Rights movement. A trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee will uncover more clues to the identity of those who paved the way for him.
The legendary entertainer discusses how working and acting helped him stay young.
Ben and Trevor fail their organic chemistry midterm.
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