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It's another installment of the weekly Tubefilter Chart of the Top 50 Most Viewed U.S. YouTube Channels and Katy Perry is riding that dark horse at the top. Chart Toppers Katy Perry's latest music video release of "Dark Horse" has kept her channel in the #1 spot in the U.S. for its third week in a row. The international pop star's controversial single helped contribute to her YouTube channel's more than 53.4 million views in the last seven days, a 15% dip since the week prior. Up next in second place is consistent chart topper DisneyCollectorBR. The online video collection of children's toys took a 6% hit in views, but still managed to rack up nearly 42.8 million views on the week. In the #3 position is Shakira. The Voice judge's recent release of Can't Remember To Forget You featuring Rihanna is still getting plays on YouTube and helped her channel end the week with nearly 32.7 million views. »
- Joshua Cohen
Singer-songwriter Shakira has sold over 60 million albums worldwide, but she didn't strike gold in her first season as a coach on "The Voice" last year. Back for a second try, she is looking to dethrone defending champ Adam Levine, three-time winner Blake Shelton, and another sophomore coach -- Usher. Each of the four coaches has selected a dozen contenders for their teams. Beginning on Monday (March 17), the 48 hopefuls will do battle, hoping to make it to the knockout round or be saved by another coach. We are profiling all four dozen contestants prior to that, with those of Team Shakira's 12 hopefuls below. Related: Poll: Which contestant is most likely to win for Team Blake? Related: Poll: Which contestant is most likely to win for Team Usher? Related: Poll: Which contestant is most likely to win for Team Adam? After reading about each, be sure to vote in our poll »
Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic seems to be pondering something on the cover of the March 22 issue of Billboard. Is he thinking about his next big hit for a major star, or perhaps his own band? One thing's for certain: the pop tunesmith behind hits for artists like Adele, Beyonce and Leona Lewis has emerged as music's most prolific writer-producer, and shows no sign of slowing down. Story: 'The Voice' Recruits Ryan Tedder as Producer, Songwriter Check back Monday to read the full cover story, but until then, here are five things we learned about the tireless artist: Tedder
- Billboard Staff
We're so close to the knockouts on The Voice that we can almost taste them - and the accompanying fear, obviously - so how about another bit of contestant chat? We've already had a natter with Team Will's Iesher Haughton and Team Tom's Bizzi Dixon, so it's about time we got a bit of Ricky Wilson-shaped action: enter Emily Adams! The Blackpool belter told us about which song she chose for the knockouts, why she was paying close attention to Christina Marie's performance and why Ricky's actually just a bag of nerves, so read on to find out what she had to say...
Emily on... why watching the knockouts will be nervewracking
"I'm really nervous, because it's just how many pairs of millions of eyes are going to be staring at me down the camera! But it's definitely very exciting."
Emily on... Kelsey-Beth saying their battle song didn't suit »
The Academy of Country Music Awards will have a little bit of gypsy in them this year. Fleetwood Mac songbird Stevie Nicks has signed on to perform at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards, which air live from Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena on CBS April 6. Also read: Blake Shelton, Keith Urban to Perform at the Acm Awards “How Do You Like Me Now?!” singer Toby Keith, Lady Antebellum and Eric Church have also signed on as performers for this year's ceremony. The new additions join previously announced performers including “The Voice” coach Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan, »
- Tim Kenneally
Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine won for the freshman season of "The Voice" but then suffered through three straight losses to fierce rival Blake Shelton before making a comeback as coach last year. Will he be able to defend his crown this season against Shelton plus Usher and Shakira who return for their sophomore seasons? Each of the four coaches has selected a dozen contenders for their teams. Beginning on Monday (March 17), the 48 hopefuls will do battle, hoping to make it to the knockout round or be saved by another coach. We are profiling all four dozen contestants prior to that, with those of Team Adam's 12 hopefuls below. Related: Poll: Which contestant is most likely to win for Team Blake? Related: Poll: Which contestant is most likely to win for Team Usher? After reading about each, be sure to vote in our poll as to who has the »
The blind auditions may be over for season 6 of NBC’s The Voice but as fans of the show know, the competition is just getting started. This Monday, contestants will compete in the first night of this season’s battle rounds, and we’ve got an exclusive sneak peek at which contestants will be going head-to-head and what songs they’ll be singing.
Read on to find out which contestants you can expect to see battling it out this coming Monday, March 17 at 8 p.m. Et on The Voice:
Pairing: Kat Perkins vs. Patrick Thomson
Song: “Whenever »
- Pamela Gocobachi
Adam Levine isn't shy about his relationship with Blake Shelton! The Maroon 5 singer sat down with "Chelsea Lately's" Chelsea Handler on Wednesday, where he opened up about his romantic relationship with his "The Voice" costar.Check out the video above to see why Adam says him and Blake are having "sexual problems" and how it's brought him closer to Shelton's wife Miranda Lambert! Super hot and funny -- Adam's pretty much the full package! "He drinks a lot so...It's a problem. But it's fine. He's okay. We'll be all right. We'll figure it out somehow," Adam told Handler about Blake. "That's why we get along, Miranda and I, so well, because we have so much to talk about," he added. The pop star and comedienne seem to have a great rapport, which is clearly why he felt so comfortable cracking some jokes about the country crooner. »
- tooFab Staff
Superstar performer Usher competed once before as a coach on NBC's "The Voice" but lost last year to country star Blake Shelton. For his second time around, he will be trying to defeat that three-time champ as well as reigning winner Adam Levine (Maroon 5) and Shakira, another sophomore contender Each of the four coaches has selected a dozen contenders for their teams. Beginning on Monday (March 17), the 48 hopefuls will do battle, hoping to make it to the knockout round or be saved by another coach. We are profiling all four dozen contestants prior to that, with those of Team Usher's 12 hopefuls below. Related: Poll: Which contestant is most likely to win for Team Blake? After reading about each, be sure to vote in our poll as to who has the best chance of winning "The Voice" for Usher for the first time. -Break- Biff Gore - He is »
"Y'all are my favorite band in country music." Hey, that's pretty high praise coming from arguably the top male solo artist in country music right now, which is exactly what The Voice coach Blake Shelton is. As we exclusively reported, Shelton tapped The Band Perry as his team's advisors for the sixth season of his NBC reality hit, and now we're sharing an exclusive web clip of the country crooner sitting down with his favorite band. Or are they?! In the video, the band questions Shelton's claim, as they heard he was singing a different tune to another popular country band... "Lady Antebellum told us that you told them that they were your favorite band," they »
The superstar singers partner on "Something Bad," one of the cuts on Lambert's album "Platinum," set for release Tuesday, June 3. The first single, "Automatic," already is getting radio airplay, but Lambert -- who also performs as a member of the group Pistol Annies -- is particularly enthused about her duet with Underwood.
"I am totally pumped about this," she tells Zap2it. "I think it's going to be an amazing thing for country music to see two of its girls who have sort of been rolling together since the beginning. We kind of started at the same time on reality shows, and we both know what girls go through as female artists.
"It's really cool that we can collaborate," adds Lambert. "I don't know the last time this happened »
Season 6 of NBC's “The Voice” has been a whirlwind so far, culminating in this week's final blind auditions. There was a little heartbreak, a little joy and a lot of Shevine Pda, so let's talk about my highlights below. 1. Panda hugs for everyone! This week's Blinds started off with yet another singing nanny (this one yodels)! Kat Perkins has a voice reminiscent of Pat Benatar or Ann Wilson of Heart. Her “Gold Dust Woman” started slowly but burned into a compelling performance that earned three chair turns. Naturally, the rocker chose coach Adam Levine and he reacted by picking »
- Katrina Parker
Over the first five seasons of NBC's "The Voice," country star Blake Shelton dominated the other coaches by winning three times. However, first season champ Adam Levine (Maroon 5) rallied to win again last year. Will either of them have the winning singer this year? Or will one of the second-time coaches -- Shakira and Usher -- steer someone to victory? Each of the four has selected a dozen contenders for their teams. Beginning on Monday (March 17), the 48 hopefuls will do battle, hoping to make it to the knockout round or be saved by another coach. We are profiling all four dozen contestants prior to that, with those of Team Blake's 12 hopefuls below. Related: Poll: Which contestant is most likely to win for Team Usher? After reading about each, be sure to vote in our poll as to who has the best chance of winning "The Voice" for Shelton for the fourth time. »
With only one blind audition left, the sixth season of the hit NBC show The Voice saw it’s four coaches standing on nearly a level playing field by episode five’s end. Shakira, Adam Levine, Usher and Blake Shelton have all nearly completed their teams and there isn’t one coach who has clearly separated himself from [&hellip
The Voice 6.05 Recap: Teams Level Out With One Blind Audition Left »
- Chris Norton
Goodbye anonymous singers, hello powerhouse teams. The Voice concluded the chair-turning blind auditions Tuesday with each coach choosing one final singer to round out their teams of 12 heading into next week's battle rounds. The coaches came out fighting, beginning with Kaleigh Glanton, 20, a classically trained guitarist from Kansas who earned the only four-chair turn of the night for her intriguing rendition of "Have You Ever Seen the Rain." Shakira affectionately dubbed her sound "quirky," while Adam Levine admitted her performance "needs work" despite praising her different sound and moments that "were really, really great." Blake Shelton picked up on frequent »
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd
The Voice wrapped up the blind auditions, with each coach rounding out their teams with standouts like Brittnee Camelle and Caleb Elder.
Joe Trombino, 33, was first up on The Voice stage, singing “Love and Happiness” by Al Green. A dancer – he studied at the famous Laguardia High School – Trombino tried to dazzle with his decent vocals and fun dance moves, but the judges, unable to see his performance, failed to be impressed by his vocals alone and nobody turned their chair for him.
Kaleigh Glanton, 20, had much more luck, getting the four-chair turn-around with her audition of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Have You Ever Seen The Rain.” Glanton is a classic guitarist, who likes to sing and play with her father. She’s also very intense about her CrossFit workouts, »
The final night of The Voice blind auditions was somewhat sweet -- thanks to the donuts -- but still a little spicy and, arguably, bland. Photos: 'The Voice': Meet the Season 6 Singers With all the teams entering the episode at 11 singers each, Tuesday night's episode found Blake Shelton, Usher, Shakira and Adam Levine supporting each other once their slots were filled -- which means that there was very little tug-of-war bickering in the three weeks of auditions. But hey, that's what next week's battles and steals are for, right? Until then, meet the final recruits of season six: Kaleigh
- Ashley Lee
Tonight is part six of the blind auctions for 'The Voice USA this season. Check below for a recap of the results of who the coaches choose for the Spring 2014 season of The Voice. The coaches are Shakira, Adam Levine, Usher and Blake Shelton and this week is part 6 and tonight's results are the last singers who will be chosen during the Blind Auditions. Next week, fans will get to watch some real competition, vocalists will compete against each other for the Battles Premier. Part one airs next Monday night and part two of the Battles Premiere is next Tuesday. Here are the list of singers from last night who got at least one coach to turn around and the songs they performed. Watch the video of Alaska and Madi below. Songs, singers and teams from last night: Kat Perkins sings Gold Dust Woman and chooses Team Adam. Paula »
Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher and Shakira have returned as judges on the sixth season of The Voice. It's been a saviour for NBC, bringing great ratings to the network. How long will this singing competiton continue to dominate? We'll have to wait and see.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
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The final week of blind auditions on The Voice kicked off strong Monday for Team Blake and Team Adam, as each coach earned four more artists and battled for the night's strongest singers. It was also an evening of memorable and falsetto-filled soul performances, capped by 38-year-old Josh Kaufman, an academic tutor from Indianapolis, who stunned with his passionate version of George Michael's "One More Try," earning the night's only four-chair turn. So inspired was the singing, that Adam Levine was standing up and pumping his fist in excitement before the song was even over. "Damn… badass," Levine enthused. »
- Andrea Billups
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