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Cee Lo Green has a friend on the outside now. Tuesday night's elimination episode of The Voice not only revealed which three singers would compete for the championship next week, but also pushed another coach out of the competition. Photos: 'The Voice' Teams: Meet Season 5's Finalists With no Instant Save to wait for, the first elimination sent James Wolpert packing, after singing U2's "With or Without You" on Monday night. Though accurately predicted by last week's #VoiceSave – the only upside of the very alienating Twitter experiment – Wolpert's leave also marked Adam Levine's first loss of the season's
- Ashley Lee
The Voice results show and live eliminations are tonight (Nov. 10, 2013) , two of the top five contestants will be eliminated and voted off and the top three will will be revealed for The Voice season 5's finale next week. Here's the way the season has unfolded - right now Team Adam is rolling with three remaining contestants. Adam Levine will either have one, two or three artists in the Finals next week. Team Blake and Team Christina have one contestant left - Team CeeLo is shut out for this season's finals. Here are what the singers performed last night - and below that are the iTunes charting of the songs by the top 5 contestants. On Monday night... James Wolpert (Team Adam) sang “With or Without You” by U2. Will Champlin (Team Adam) sang “Carry On” by Fun. Jacquie Lee (Team Christina) sang “Angel” by Sarah McLachlan. Cole Vosbury (Team Blake) sang “Shameless” by Garth Brooks. »
Welcome to the semifinals of The Voice, Oh, Mourners of the Sprint Skybox! Tonight’s performances were pretty good, considering that no one on this show will ever be famous. It’s now become a tight race, like the Ascot! Will, James, Jacqui, Cole, Tessanne, “Best Day of My Life”Let’s be real with each other, this group number was kind of a shit show. Cole’s microphone was off. All of the men were horribly flat and then sometimes, without warning, irredeemably sharp. The girls really have far better pitch than the boys. One of them should win. If a man wins, I am leaving town.James Wolpert, “With or Without You”I know that some people do’t like Bono because of his tiny glasses and the fact that he is Bono — but I like him. I even like his rambling New York Times editorials about Frank Sinatra and the Irish economy. »
- Rebecca Harrington
We're one week away from the season finale of The Voice and there's still no clear winner. They seem to want us to think it's Tessanne Chin, but it could just as easily be Will Champlin. Either way, it's going to be a good year for coach Adam Levine, as two of his three teammates will almost certainly be among the top three in the finals.
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The only member of Levine's fully intact team not in the running for first place? »
The Voice Recap: Group Performance
The five contestants opened the show together, performing the upbeat song “Best Day Of My Life” by American Authors.
Wolpert from Adam Levine’s team opened up the individual performances with the powerful ballad “With Or Without You” by U2. Wolpert gave a strong performance, catching each note exactly and conveying the emotionality of the song.
Champlin sang fun.’s hit single “Carry On” next. Champlin added small changes to the arrangement to make it his own but still maintain the melody. His performance was fun and original, and his coach expressed his happiness with seeing Champlin smile while performing.
Christina Aguilera’s contestant Lee took on the emotional “Angel” by Sarah McLachlin. Lee sang the angelic, »
It’s really getting down to the wire on ‘The Voice!’ On Dec. 9, the top five performers took the stage and naturally — not one fell flat!
It looks like Adam Levine‘s Team may take this season. With three singers left, every one of them just got better and better — and Tessanne Chin closed out the show with a rendition of “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” since they obviously saved the best for last. While she was going through an emotional time in her life, it only made her voice stronger — and made us fall more and more in love with her. We were speechless after the performance, just like her coach was.
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While Tessanne was great, that doesn’t mean that the other four singers fell short — because if there could be a five-way tie, it would have been tonight.
Tessanne Chin: 'Bridge Over »
- Emily Longeretta
The Voice has arrived at the semifinals, with one singer each left for Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera competing against Adam Levine's unscathed team. After the top five united for American Authors' "Best Day of My Life," they split for their live semifinal performances. With Cee Lo Green now out for the season, here's how they did: Photos: 'The Voice' Teams: Meet Season 5's Finalists Saved by the final Twitter vote last week, Levine's James Wolpert took on U2's tortured and moody "With or Without You." While Aguilera felt compelled to share that she'd suggested that song for
- Ashley Lee
Can People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” (*With a Current Project to Promote/Not Named Idris Elba) be stopped?
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Of course, perhaps the even bigger question is whether membership on any coach’s team means anything at all. I mean, fans of NBC’s reality singing huggernaut — a typo, but that seems apt given all the positive vibrations, »
- Michael Slezak
Check out the recap of The Voice 2013, Season 5 tonight (Dec. 9, 2013) below - there are spoilers for tonight's song choices. The four coaches for The Voice 2013 - season five - are CeeLo Green, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine. But that doesn't mean every coach has a contestant left remaining on The Voice 2013 - CeeLo Green was shut out of the top five. Team Adam comes in strong with three artists remaining, while Team Blake and Team Christina have one artist each remaining. Watch the video below. Here is the list of the songs they will sing tonight, warning, there are spoilers below: Cole Vosbury: “Shameless” Jacqui Lee: “Angel” James Wolpert: “With Or Without You” Tessanne Chin: “Bridge Over Troubled Water” Will Champlin: “Carry On” The contestants will only sing one song tonight, the show is only one hour long. Who are you pulling for during season »
It's the beginning of the end, "Voice" fans. Season 5 is beginning its quick march to the finale with Monday's (Dec. 9) live semi-finals. As the Top 5 take the stage for one song each, which of our favorites will hit all the right notes? And who will fall flat? Let's find out!
Before we get into tonight's competition, all five finalists take the stage to sing "Best Day of My Life" together. It's a really fun number, though Cole Vosbury's microphone seems to suffer a few malfunctions. Also, Blake Shelton is wearing a fake wig. Happy Monday!
For tonight's first performance, James Wolpert will be taking on U2's "With Or Without You," which coach Adam Levine is hoping will be a huge, anthemic performance -- one to prove that America made the right choice with their Instant Save last week. It's the right song choice. James sounds terrific throughout, really hitting »
Screenwriting team and Hemlock Grove creators Brian McGreevy and Lee Shipman and their producing partner Michael Connolly are teaming with novelist Philipp Meyer to write and executive produce his novel The Son as a limited series under Shipman, McGreevy and Connolly’s newly minted production banner, ShineBox Smc. The Son is a multi-generational epic telling the story of America’s birth as a superpower through the bloody rise and fall of one Texas oil empire. In addition to Meyer’s novel, ShineBox Smc also has acquired the rights to Domenica Ruta’s New York Time’s bestselling memoir With Or Without You, and journalist Wil Hylton’s military blockbuster, Vanished. ShineBox is currently shooting season 2 of Netflix‘s Hemlock Grove, produced by Gaumont International TV. »
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Osbourne will host six hopefuls in Los Angeles, alongside veteran popstar - and former guest mentor - Robbie Williams.
U2 frontman Bono had a lot to say about Jesus Christ and Christianity during his recent radio interview with Focus on the Family.
The "With or Without You" singer first said he can relate to the Biblical character David, because he's a musician. Regarding David's song lyrics -- also known as the Book of Psalms -- Bono says that while they are "gospel and songs of praise, they are also the Blues."
As for what he thinks about who Jesus really was, Bono doesn't really hedge on the issue. "When people say 'good teacher,' 'prophet,' 'really nice guy,' ... this is not how Jesus thought of himself," says Bono. "So, you're left with a challenge ... which is, either Jesus was who he said he was, or a complete and utter nut case."
For the record, Bono clarifies, "I believe that Jesus was, you know, the son of God. »
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