Clarkson’s six artists earned a combined 11 chair turns during the blind auditions. Four of these made the cut by winning a knockout while one was saved by Clarkson and the other was stolen from a rival coach after losing their knockout.
We have compiled a power ranking of the contestants now on Team Kelly Clarkson. These would-be winners are listed from best to worst based on: their reception in the knockouts, battles and blind auditions; the resulting
Which of the six artists on her team heading into the knockout round do you think could go all the way and win season 14 of “The Voice”? Take a look at detailed bios of each of them in the photo gallery above and then read a the recap of each of the songs that got them to this stage of the competition. Cast your vote in our poll at the bottom of this post.
Below, take a read of our recap of each of the seven knockouts from April 9 and then weigh in with your choice as to the best of these match-ups by voting in our poll and sounding off in the comments section.
On April 3, one Twitter user imagined who might be in Black Panther if it had been released in the '90s. In this case they volunteered Chocolate City actor Michael Jai White as fan-favorite M'Baku, the role made popular in the film by Winston Duke.
The American Horror Story alum will recur as Maxine Patterson, a Christian motivational speaker and one of Mae’s (Lynn Whitfield) college friends when the series returns this summer.
Labelle’s previous TV credits also include Daytime Divas, Empire and A Different World.
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* Comedy Central’s Corporate has been renewed for a second season. The scripted comedy about the chaos of working for a corporation will air its Season 1 finale on Wednesday, March 14 at 10/9c.
In the days following “Nipplegate” — in which Timberlake tore off a piece of Jackson’s jacket, accidentally revealing her mostly bare breast, under mysterious circumstances that are debated by conspiracy theorists to this day — there looked to be damage to her career, damage to his career, and a crackdown on sexual leniency on TV. But only the first of those came true, as Jackson
RELATEDLast Week’s All Stars Recap: 10th Queen Revealed in Season Premiere
Picking up immediately after Morgan McMichaels’ dramatic elimination, the second installment of Season 3 proved just how unpredictable the competition can be. As Trixie Mattel noted, “Somebody really fierce just sashayed away. Next time, it could be me. It could be Shangela. Probably Chi Chi.” Shade.
But as it turned out, none of the aforementioned queens needed to worry about their chances this week. In fact,
Below, check out our minute-by-minute “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” recap of Season 3, Episode 2, titled “Divas Lip Sync Live,” to find out what happened Thursday night. Then be sure to vote in our poll about the results and sound off in the comments section about your favorite queens and who you think will join the list of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” winners.
See ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’: Was the right queen eliminated in ‘Divas Lip Sync Live’? [Poll]
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The season 7 fan favorite and Trixie & Katya Show co-host will slap on her best big blonde wig and sparkly outfit to pay tribute to Parton on Thursday’s all-new episode, and People’s got an exclusive sneak peek at her in action.
Parton is one of nine musical superstars the queens of All Stars 3 will be honoring in the show’s first ever lip-sync dance number inspired by VH1’s classic Divas Live specials.
The Super Bowl halftime show is a condensed stadium show that runs between 11 and 13 minutes and has featured headliners ranging from rock legends like Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Tom Petty and The Who to pop divas Madonna and Katy Perry to R&B-leaning artists Prince, Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Bruno Mars and this year’s headliner, Justin Timberlake.
The halftime show wasn’t always such a superstar-driven extravaganza. Before Michael Jackson upped the show’s game in 1993, previous years’ entertainment included Up with People, the Los Angeles Super Drill Team, assorted college marching bands, the Rockettes and Chubby Checker, salutes to Hollywood, the Big Band era and Duke Ellington. The 1995 show
The 70-year-old pop icon announced at a press conference in New York City on Wednesday that he’ll embark on one final global tour before leaving behind a life on the road.
“I am not going to be touring apart from the last tour, which will start in September,” John announced at the event, while in conversation with Anderson Cooper. “Last time touring and traveling the world.”
John noted that his priorities have changed since becoming a father with longtime partner David Furnish, 55.
“We had children,” John said of sons Zachary,
Ashanti is "putting all my guts out on the table" with her "vulnerable" and "risky" new music -- but first, the Grammy-winning artist is spilling tea on her storied life and career in a game of "Truth or Drink" for the latest installment of Et's Interviews Under the Influence series.
Ashanti dished on her enduring friendship with Ja Rule -- admitting whether or not the duo has ever hooked up! The 37-year-old also opened up about what she really thought of that infamous Beyonce review back in 2003 and how she whipped herself into break-the-internet bikini shape for her spot in the new Ciroc French Vanilla commercial.
Suffice it to say, the "Say Less" singer was definitely in a sharing, "say more" kinda mood during this revealing sit-down. Watch it below and read on for a breakdown of her biggest reveals.
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When the chain announced dollar margaritas back in October, the people were hyped. Now, through the entire month of December, customers can scramble to participating locations and load up on Long Island Iced Teas for $1 a piece.
The $1 Long Island Iced tea—or, as they’re calling them, L.I.T.s.—are a mix of vodka, rum, gin, tequila, triple sec, and sweet & sour mix, with a splash of cola. That’s a whopping 1.5 ounces of hard alcohol per drink— so proceed with caution.
27th Annual Divas Simply Singing
Produced and hosted by Tony Award nominee, Spirit Award Winner, honored AIDS activist and D.I.V.A. Foundation Founder Sheryl Lee Ralph, the event will be most intimate gathering in the organization’s history – a cocktails, dinner and evening of song and entertainment in a unique club setting that will give all in attendance an up close experience with the performing artists.
“We are always trying to find creative ways to continue to raise HIV/AIDS awareness,” Ralph says. “Anytime you put on an event for over 25 years, there’s the danger of becoming old, too familiar and having the community take you for granted. So this year,
Labelle, 73, dished to Et about the show's second season, the people she doesn't allow in her kitchen and how the cast of the Fox series Star -- on which she will appear as Carlotta Brown’s (Queen Latifah) mother -- ate more of her desserts than she authorized.
Et: What are the requirements for being a guest on Patti Labelle's Place?
Patti Labelle: You just have to be a friend of Patti's who can or cannot cook, and if you can't cook at all, I'm gonna do it all and have you chop up a few onions.
Who surprised you most with their cooking skills this season?
I knew Tamela Mann
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