The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions are back tonight and Adam, Christina, Cee Lo and Blake will battle it out to get their favorite singers into their final spots on their teams.
Yes, the teams are almost full. So that means by the end of the night each coach will have finished building their Season 5 teams and will get to work on the next phase of competition, (My favorite) The Battle Rounds. But those don’t start
Ever wonder what goes on at The Voice while we’re watching commercials or the audience and coaches are there early for warm-ups?
Keep in mind that it takes a LONG time to film any TV episode, so imagine the time it takes to film an episode of The Voice. So the coaches and audience are abound to get bored. We’ve got a look at just what goes on in the down time at The Voice 2013.
The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions conditioned Tuesday night as more talented artists found their way onto either Team Adam, Blake, Cee Lo or Christina.
Let’s take a look at all the standouts from the night.
Will Champlin, “Not Over You.” This guy is a natural. It’s in his blood. He’s got a great voice, a great energy and a nice look. But for some reason the coaches were hesitant to turn. It really made no sense. Blake
The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions continued Monday night as Adam, Blake, Christina and Cee Lo continued assembling their Season 5 teams. And there were some pretty strong acts. Let’s take a look at the standouts.
Ray Boudreaux, “Use Me.” He delivered immediately and why they all the coaches didn’t turn immediately is behind me. Maybe the song was a little slow and boring, but Ray’s talent is obvious. He’s got soul and that along with his
The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions are in full swing as Week Two starts tonight. Teams Adam, Blake, Christina and CeeLo are starting to form and we’ll see more of that tonight. But while we’re waiting on tonight’s episode, let’s take a look back at some of the strong talent made it through to the next round with some behind-the-scenes photos.
We’ve got several shots of the artists who were picked to move on following their blind
The Voice 2013 Blind Auditions continue tonight and tomorrow night as coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera work to build their fifth season teams.
The coaches have already done a great job snagging some tough talents to their teams. Here’s the rundown so far:
Team Cee Lo
Which of the teams do you think
The Voice Season 5 two-night premiere wrapped Tuesday night with another batch of talent that left the coaches battling over them.
Below are The Voice 2013 standout blind auditions from Tuesday, including a few that didn’t make it through to the next round, but probably should have.
Jacquie Lee, “Back To Black. “I was beginning to think the coaches wouldn’t turn around and I sort of understood why. I thought she was boring and unoriginal. But at
The Voice premiered it’s fifth season last night and part two of the two-night event is going off tonight! Expect more great talent and more battling among the coaches.
Is it just me or do the coaches seem to really be fighting hard for the contestants they want on their teams this season? I like it. Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green have obviously settled in (again) comfortably next to Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
The Voice Season 5 kicked off Monday night with the return of the original four coaches and a new batch of talented contestants!
Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green returned after taking season 4 off and settled back into their spots nicely alongside Adam Levin and Blake Shelton. The new coaches didn’t get a ton of love on the first night, however. It was all about Team Adam for now. Below are the stand out blind
The Voice Season 5 premieres tonight on NBC and in case you’re just now starting the show or want to be reminded of how it all plays out, we’ve got the show’s format broken down for you in great detail below.
The Voice isn’t like other singing shows, it’s broken up into several inventive and intense rounds. Here, check it out:
Understanding The Voice
The innovative format of “The Voice” features four stages of competition: the first begins