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Turns out, he was so committed to that stance, he actually repeated it (at a producer’s request) when his initial (completely spontaneous) declaration got ruined by a blown lightbulb.
And that was just one of the many juicy behind-the-scenes tidbits the Season 14 runner-up shared when TVLine chatted with him »
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In either event, here’s hoping the season finale of Reality Check helps remove some of the sting. My co-host Melinda Doolittle and I are dishing the highs and lows of The Voice‘s Season 8 finale — from Sawyer Fredericks’ righteous win to Kelly Clarkson’s general aura of awesomeness to those terrible, »
Need a song of the day? How about a Song Of The Summer? Keep up with HitFix daily for your music fix. I mean, it's got the word "summer" in its very title. It's Maroon 5, who've never seen a season full of scantily clad women that they didn't like. "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf***er" is almost like an anti-summer song -- not just in its shady synths and ominous name. Check out some of the lyrics, which almost seem to mock last summer's crown victor, Iggy Azalea's "Fancy." Furthermore, singer Adam Levine seems distraught over the fact that he's hot for a vapid girl who's bound to blue-ball-bomb his solstice, but he just. can't. help. himself. This sounds more like an Ellie Goulding tune, but Levine delivers a bitter falsetto instead. Prepare ye for a long motherf***ing summer of hearing this irresistible song over and over. »
- Katie Hasty
Loving Levine (a little too much)! Adam Levine may not have won the Tuesday, May 19 finale of The Voice, but he did get a special, err, present from fellow pop star, Joe Jonas. On Wednesday, May 20, the former boy bander, 25, posed next to one of the Maroon 5 rocker’s Proactiv ads, turning it into a dirty innuendo with the help of Levine’s well-placed finger, and, well… just look at the photo. “Fun time last night at The Voice thanks Adam,” Jonas captioned the funny pic. He [...] »
Summer is about to get a whole lot sexier! Maroon 5 released its new single, "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like a Motherf*cker," last week on iHeartRadio after teasing the song on the group's Snapchat. Adam Levine opens the song with these unfiltered lyrics: "This Summer's gonna hurt like a motherf*cker / her body's hot / her body's like the Summer" to a catchy, head-bopping beat. The tune, which has all the makings of a Summer car jam, is a guaranteed hit. Listen to the band's new single below before it's available everywhere on May 26, and then check out Maroon 5's viral "Sugar" music video. »
What is Joe Jonas doing to Adam Levine's face in this hilarious photo?! The 25-year-old former Jonas Brothers singer took to Instagram earlier today to share a funny photo of himself in front of one of Levine's Proactive posters. The silly snapshot shows Jonas standing sideways by the 36-year-old Maroon 5 rocker's finger so it looks like the finger is actually Jonas' giant penis. The way Levine is pointing to his mouth in the poster makes it appear like Jonas is, well, doing you know what to Levine's face! Lol. Making the explicit pic even more hilarious is Jonas' euphoric face and closed eyes. Boys will be boys, right? "Fun time last night at The Voice thanks »
Season 8 of "The Voice" came to a close on Tuesday night, with a star-studded two-hour finale, filled to the brim with performances by Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson, Meghan Trainor and so many more. Four finalists competed for a recording contract — Team Pharrell Williams’ Sawyer Fredericks and Koryn Hawthorne, Team Blake Shelton’s Meghan Linsey, and Team Adam Levine’s Joshua Davis. Christina Aguilera was the only coach to not have an artist competing in the finale. After a stellar season, 16-year-old Sawyer came out on top! The upstate New York native opened up about his plans following the grand finale during a press conference with Pharrell and host Carson Daly. "I’m feeling great and I kind of want to get back to the farm just to have a little bit of a break from all of this, so I’m excited to get back home," Fredericks told reporters. »
- tooFab Staff
The winner's circle was looking pretty packed on primetime last night as both The Voice (2.8/9) and Dancing With The Stars (2.3/7) crowned victors. With performances from the Final 4 plus coach Adam Levine's Maroon 5 and Ed Sheeran, among others, the Mark Burnett produced series hit a strong note with a 33% rise among adults 18-49 from last week for its Season 8 2-hour finale. Still, as NBC look to squeak out a demo win for the 2014-15 season over CBS, they might want to… »
With the end of another season, we have a new reigning champion of The Voice! The NBC hit announced the winner of season 8 on Tuesday, May 19 during a two-hour finale featuring performances from Maroon 5, Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson, Sheryl Crow, Meghan Trainor, Ed Sheeran, John Fogerty, and this season’s top 20. Four finalists competed for a recording contract — Team Pharrell Williams’ 16-year-old Sawyer Fredericks and 17-year-old Koryn Hawthorne, Team Blake Shelton’s 28-year-old Meghan Linsey, and Team Adam Levine’s 37-year-old Joshua Davis. Christina Aguilera is [...] »
Tonight's finale show, kicked off with the top 20 performing a couple of songs. Then we saw Joshua Davis, Brian Johnson, Deanna Johnson, Corey Kent White, and Kimberly Nichole perform "She Talks To Angels." After a break, Meghan Trainor hit the stage to perform "Dear Future Husband." Koryn Hawthorne and Kelly Clarkson performed "I'd Rather Go Blind." Meghan Linsey and Sarah Potenza performed "Piece of My Heart." Maroon 5 performed "This Summer's Gonna Hurt." Sawyer Fredericks and John Fogerty sang a few songs: "Born on the Bayou" and "Have You Ever Seen The Rain." Joshua Davis and Sheryl Crow sang, "Give It To Me." Luke Bryan sang, "Kick The Dust Up." Koryn Hawthorne, Lexi Davila, Mia Z, Tonya Boyd-Cannon, India Carney, and Caitlin Caporale sang "Uptown Funk." Big time star, Ed Sheeran, showed up to perform his new song: "Photograph." Meghan Linsey and Kelly Clarkson sang "Invincible." Sawyer Fredericks, Mia Z, »
- Andre Braddox
There were three losers and only one winner on The Voice‘s Season 8 finale — that is, if you chose to look at the Starbucks-sponsored plastic cup as half full.
If, however, like Blake, your glass had even a splash of moonshine left in it, maybe there were no losers at all.
Spoiler Alert! And just like that, we have a winner! The Voice season eight ended in style tonight with a star-studded two-hour finale. The episode was absolutely packed to the brim with amazing duets and killer performances from the final four and a ton of celebrity guests like Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson, Meghan Trainor and so many more. But with the "instant save" no longer in play, who took home the trophy at the end of the night? Did America choose Koryn Hawthorne, Meghan Linsey, Sawyer Fredericks or Joshua Davis as the season eight champ? Drum roll please... Sawyer Fredericks won! Congratulations to Sawyer, from Team Pharrell, who was officially crowned The Voice »
Night One of The Voice's two-night finale featured original songs from each of the finalists, for the first time in the show's history. Nashville soul singer Meghan Linsey and Michigan folk rocker Joshua Davis each premiered self-penned numbers, while the two teenage contestants showcased tunes by a pair of well-known Grammy winners: Ray Lamontagne and Voice coach Pharrell Williams.
Last week, 16-year-old Sawyer Fredericks was declared the competition's frontrunner by Blake Shelton — a surprising statement, since he's Linsey's coach. But given the Fultonville, New York native's dominance on the iTunes chart throughout the season, »
The Billboard Music Awards will kicked off Sunday night, with Ludacris returning to co-host along with Chrissy Teigen.
Taylor Swift, who debuted her highly anticipated “Bad Blood” musicvideo during the broadcast, won several top prizes, including best artist, best female artist top Billboard 200 artist. Sam Smith also made out well, scoring top male artist and best new artist.
The 2015 Billboard Music Awards aired live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on ABC. See a complete winners list below.
Taylor Swift (Winner)
Top Female Artist
Taylor Swift (Winner)
Top Radio Song
Nico & Vinz, “Am I Wrong”
Sam Smith, “Stay With Me”
Pharrell Williams, “Happy
Top Male Artist
Sam Smith (Winner)
Top Dance/Electronic Artist
- Variety Staff
The Billboard Music Awards announced their 2015 winners on Sunday, May 17, during a ceremony broadcast live on ABC. -Break- Keep refreshing this page for the latest results Top Artist Ariana Grande One Direction Katy Perry Sam Smith X -- Taylor Swift Top New Artist 5 Seconds of Summer Iggy Azalea Hozier X -- Sam Smith Meghan Trainor Top Male Artist Drake Pharrell Williams Ed Sheeran X -- Sam Smith Justin Timberlake Top Female Artist Iggy Azalea Ariana Grande Katy Perry X -- Taylor Swift Meghan Trainor Top Duo/Group 5 Seconds of Summer Florida Georgia Line Magic! Maroon 5 X -- One Direction Top Billboard 200 Artist One Direction Pentatonix Ed Sheeran Sam Smith X -- Taylor Swift Top Hot 100 Artist Iggy Azalea Ariana Grande Sam Smith X -- Taylor Swift Meghan Trainor Top Digital Songs Artist Iggy Azalea Ed Sheeran Sam Smith X -- Taylor Swift Meghan Trainor Top »
The wait is over! Maroon 5 teased its new single, "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like a Motherf--ker," after joining Snapchat Thursday. The next morning, band members Jesse Carmichael, Matt Flynn, Adam Levine, Mickey Madden, Pj Morton and James Valentine premiered their hot new song on iHeartRadio. The song opens with Levine singing what might turn out to be the catchiest hook of the summer: "This summer's gonna hurt like a mother--ker / F--ker / This summer's gonna hurt like a mother--ker / F--ker." Levine explains why "this summer's gonna hurt" in the first verse and pre-chorus: "Her body's hot / Her body's like the summer / I'm in a trance or something / »
4:30 Pm Pt -- That was quick. Farsi's struck a deal ... pleading no contest to One count of battery. The 2nd count was dropped and he was sentenced to 3 years probation, 52 psych counseling sessions, and 20 days of highway cleanup duty. He must stay 500 yards away from Jimmy Kimmel's studio and all other Hollywood events -- and Adam Levine is also off limits. The City Attorney also threw in a protective order for Dwayne "The »
- TMZ Staff
We shared with you back in October that Frank and Casper were returning for more misadventures of manhood with the sequel to their film Klown, Klown Forever. Production must be close to wrapping up by now and Screen Daily reported today that international sales will be going on at Cannes. Protagonist Pictures are handling the sales at Cannes soon. In Klown Forever, Frank and Casper's friendship is tested when Casper decides to move to Los Angeles and pursue a solo career there. Determined to win back his friend, Frank follows him to California for a holiday of spectacular misadventures.Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen are reprising their roles. And then there are the cameo appearances. Isla Fisher, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game...
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London — Protagonist Pictures has taken on worldwide sales rights outside Nordic territories to “Klown Forever,” the sequel to the 2010 hit Danish comedy “Klown.” In addition, Protagonist has taken over worldwide distribution of the first film and will be talking up both at Cannes next week.
Based on the long-running TV series (2005-08), the Klown films center on the antics of two thirtysomething best friends and comedy partners, Frank, played by Frank Hvam, and Casper, played by Casper Christensen. Hvam and Christensen also wrote both features, while one of Denmark’s biggest filmmakers, Mikkel Norgard (“The Keeper of Lost Causes”), is the director and Jesper Zartov produces.
In “Klown Forever,” Frank and Casper’s friendship is tested when Casper decides to move to Los Angeles and pursue a solo career there. Determined to win back his friend, Frank follows him to California for a holiday of spectacular misadventures.
Among those making »
- Leo Barraclough
Protagonist has also taken over worldwide distribution of the first film and will be talking up both at next week’s Cannes Marche.
Based on a Danish TV series that ran from 2005 to 2008, the Klown films centre on the irreverent antics of two thirtysomething best friends and comedy partners Frank, played by Frank Hvam, and Casper, played by Casper Christensen.
Hvam and Christensen also wrote both features, while one of Denmark’s biggest film-makers Mikkel Norgard (The Keeper Of Lost Causes) returns to direct the sequel and Jesper Zartov produces.
In Klown Forever, Frank and Casper’s friendship is tested when Casper decides to move to Los Angeles and pursue »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
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