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By Sara Toth | December 4, 2012
Well, America, now you've done it. By eliminating Dez Duron last week, you've officially knocked Christina Aguilera out of competition on "The Voice," and I warned you, I WARNED you, that she would become insufferable if she had nothing else to do but sit there. I tried, America. Now, I know this is Christina's own fault, for putting together such a lousy team. But I'm still bitter, because without her own contestants to cheer on, Christina has put her support behind …. Cassadee Pope.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
When Cassadee Pope introduced herself to America - at least the segment that watches reality singing competitions - two years ago on NBC's “The Voice,” she sang Natalie Imbruglia's hit, “Torn,” to a huge ovation. In a sense, Pope, who ended up winning the show's third season, was also saying goodbye to the old her. From 2008 to 2011, Pope was the lead singer of Hey Monday, a pop-punk band that toured with Fall Out Boy and Towson-bred All Time Low but is now on an indefinite hiatus as Pope pursues a solo country career.
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By Sara Toth | December 19, 2012
There's something to be said about predictability, which means there's certainly something to be said about the season finale of "The Voice" Tuesday night. Cassadee Pope, the Florida pop-rocker and former front woman of the band Hey Monday, won the title of "the voice," and the accolades that entails -- and no one was surprised. Cassadee has been at the top of the game since voters started having a say in who stays and who goes on the reality show; her songs consistently ranked at the top of the iTunes charts (basically multiplying her votes by a bazillion every week)
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By Sara Toth | December 19, 2012
There's something to be said about predictability, which means there's certainly something to be said about the season finale of "The Voice" Tuesday night. Cassadee Pope, the Florida pop-rocker and former front woman of the band Hey Monday, won the title of "the voice," and the accolades that entails -- and no one was surprised. Cassadee has been at the top of the game since voters started having a say in who stays and who goes on the reality show; her songs consistently ranked at the top of the iTunes charts (basically multiplying her votes by a bazillion every week)
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
When Cassadee Pope introduced herself to America - at least the segment that watches reality singing competitions - two years ago on NBC's “The Voice,” she sang Natalie Imbruglia's hit, “Torn,” to a huge ovation. In a sense, Pope, who ended up winning the show's third season, was also saying goodbye to the old her. From 2008 to 2011, Pope was the lead singer of Hey Monday, a pop-punk band that toured with Fall Out Boy and Towson-bred All Time Low but is now on an indefinite hiatus as Pope pursues a solo country career.
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By Sara Toth | December 5, 2012
Oh, America. You brutal, merciless fool. When it comes to "The Voice," you messed up, America. True, you cut someone who reached her peak weeks ago, but you also eliminated the twee princess who wrapped herself so tightly around our hearts. I'm not even going to beat around the bush here -- I'll leave the suspense and ratings-pandering to Carson Daly. Last night, America voted off Amanda Brown and Melanie Martinez. This means two things: One, that like Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine is now wholly out of the competition as well, and two, that America doesn't know a good thing if it beats them over the head with a tambourine, guitar and Cruella De Vil hairstyle.
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By Sara Toth | December 11, 2012
“The Voice” threw us another curve ball last night - for those (me included) that thought two more contestants would be cut this week, oh, were we wrong. There will be not two, but three finalists next week, which means only one - whether it be Terry McDermott, Trevin Hunte, Cassadee Pope or Nicholas David - will be going home. Only Team Blake Shelton and Team Cee Lo Green have singers left this year - a first in “Voice” history. But judging from that remarkably tailored suit and tie, Adam Levine is handling defeat gracefully.
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By Sara Toth | November 9, 2012
Remember all that voting you did this week? I'm not talking about the election; I'm talking about “The Voice.” Well, we got to see the results tonight, and I have to say, I'm a little disappointed in you, America. A results show means a lot of filler, but I'm gonna cut straight to the chase here because I'm angry. The deal was this, America: You got to save two people on each team, while Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton got to save one. Team Adam Saved by America: Amanda Brown and Bryan Keith Saved by Adam: Melanie Martinez Eliminated: Loren Allred, Joselyn Rivera In this case, it's Adam I'm mad at - you're good for now, America.
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By Sara Toth | December 12, 2012
On Tuesday night's episode, America sent home Trevin Hunte, leaving only Nicholas David, Cassadee Pope and Terry McDermott in the running for next week's finale. America, I understand. I really do. Trevin being constantly praised was getting old, and quick, and there's only so many times you can hear an inspirational song being sung by an angel before you lose interest. So, now we have Nicholas, Cassadee and Terry left, and I may have to eat my words: at the very, very beginning of Season 3, I wanted nothing more than for a woman to win it all. Then, we met Cassadee, and I'm sorry America, I still do not like her. I'm trying, though, I promise.
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By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2012
Happy 12/12/12! Enjoy the quirky numerical day while it lasts because it won't happen again for another hundred years. (Or never if the Mayan Apocalypse actually happens) Possibly fueled by this unique bit of numerology, the Internet is buzzing with news this morning. Beatle's guru Ravi Shankar is dead, the pope is an overeager Tweeter and  North Korea is making everyone mad again. And in a lunch time update, Paul McCartney is reportedly fililng in for Kurt Cobain as Nirvania reunites for tonight's huge Hurricane Sandy benefit concert.
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By Sara Toth | December 12, 2012
On Tuesday night's episode, America sent home Trevin Hunte, leaving only Nicholas David, Cassadee Pope and Terry McDermott in the running for next week's finale. America, I understand. I really do. Trevin being constantly praised was getting old, and quick, and there's only so many times you can hear an inspirational song being sung by an angel before you lose interest. So, now we have Nicholas, Cassadee and Terry left, and I may have to eat my words: at the very, very beginning of Season 3, I wanted nothing more than for a woman to win it all. Then, we met Cassadee, and I'm sorry America, I still do not like her. I'm trying, though, I promise.
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By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2012
Happy 12/12/12! Enjoy the quirky numerical day while it lasts because it won't happen again for another hundred years. (Or never if the Mayan Apocalypse actually happens) Possibly fueled by this unique bit of numerology, the Internet is buzzing with news this morning. Beatle's guru Ravi Shankar is dead, the pope is an overeager Tweeter and  North Korea is making everyone mad again. And in a lunch time update, Paul McCartney is reportedly fililng in for Kurt Cobain as Nirvania reunites for tonight's huge Hurricane Sandy benefit concert.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 11, 2012
“The Voice” threw us another curve ball last night - for those (me included) that thought two more contestants would be cut this week, oh, were we wrong. There will be not two, but three finalists next week, which means only one - whether it be Terry McDermott, Trevin Hunte, Cassadee Pope or Nicholas David - will be going home. Only Team Blake Shelton and Team Cee Lo Green have singers left this year - a first in “Voice” history. But judging from that remarkably tailored suit and tie, Adam Levine is handling defeat gracefully.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 5, 2012
Oh, America. You brutal, merciless fool. When it comes to "The Voice," you messed up, America. True, you cut someone who reached her peak weeks ago, but you also eliminated the twee princess who wrapped herself so tightly around our hearts. I'm not even going to beat around the bush here -- I'll leave the suspense and ratings-pandering to Carson Daly. Last night, America voted off Amanda Brown and Melanie Martinez. This means two things: One, that like Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine is now wholly out of the competition as well, and two, that America doesn't know a good thing if it beats them over the head with a tambourine, guitar and Cruella De Vil hairstyle.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 4, 2012
Well, America, now you've done it. By eliminating Dez Duron last week, you've officially knocked Christina Aguilera out of competition on "The Voice," and I warned you, I WARNED you, that she would become insufferable if she had nothing else to do but sit there. I tried, America. Now, I know this is Christina's own fault, for putting together such a lousy team. But I'm still bitter, because without her own contestants to cheer on, Christina has put her support behind …. Cassadee Pope.
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By Sara Toth | November 13, 2012
After the disappointing culling last week, we're down to the final 12, and from here on out, only audience votes will help our favorites move through -- no more coaches' saves. I'm running out of things to say about these musicians, so here's how it works this week: vote for your favorites. If they make the cut, they make the cut. If they don't, they don't, and since this is entirely in your hands, dear audience, it's entirely likely that a coach will NOT have a representative in the final rounds.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | November 13, 2012
After the disappointing culling last week, we're down to the final 12, and from here on out, only audience votes will help our favorites move through -- no more coaches' saves. I'm running out of things to say about these musicians, so here's how it works this week: vote for your favorites. If they make the cut, they make the cut. If they don't, they don't, and since this is entirely in your hands, dear audience, it's entirely likely that a coach will NOT have a representative in the final rounds.
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By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2012
Did you hear Time has named its Person of the Year and The Voice has a new winner? Bored? Not impressed? Well, what if I told you I had a video of a  GOLDEN EAGLE snatching a BABY !!!!!  YouTube and Reddit are buzzing this morning with a video purportedly out of Canada that shows a large bird momentarily picking up a small child. Don't worry the kiddie was not whisked away to the nest atop Death Mountain. The video is probably fake, but that hasn't stopped people from freaking out and watching, including me. [UPDATE: Yup, the video is fake.]
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By Sara Toth | November 9, 2012
Remember all that voting you did this week? I'm not talking about the election; I'm talking about “The Voice.” Well, we got to see the results tonight, and I have to say, I'm a little disappointed in you, America. A results show means a lot of filler, but I'm gonna cut straight to the chase here because I'm angry. The deal was this, America: You got to save two people on each team, while Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton got to save one. Team Adam Saved by America: Amanda Brown and Bryan Keith Saved by Adam: Melanie Martinez Eliminated: Loren Allred, Joselyn Rivera In this case, it's Adam I'm mad at - you're good for now, America.
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