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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | December 11, 2013
After spending Monday night singing for their lives, it was time for James Wolpert, Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee, Will Champlin and Cole Vosbury to learn their fate. It would be a long hour of anticipation and performances from alumni before the top five learned who would become the top three. Kicking off “Homecoming” night (or Team Blake Night) were last season's The Swon Brothers. Colton and Zac Swon made their way back to "The Voice" stage and performed “Later On,” a rocking country single from their upcoming album.
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By Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | December 18, 2013
And the winner is… Of course we can't tell you just yet. But we can tell you that, for those who didn't watch Tuesday's show, you won't have to wait an entire two hours to find out. After a Monday night filled with amazing performances, Will Champlin, Jacquie Lee and Tessanne Chin will finally learn whether all of their hard work this season paid off. Starting off the night on a high note, the top 20 came together to perform “Tonight is...
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By Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | December 18, 2013
And the winner is… Of course we can't tell you just yet. But we can tell you that, for those who didn't watch Tuesday's show, you won't have to wait an entire two hours to find out. After a Monday night filled with amazing performances, Will Champlin, Jacquie Lee and Tessanne Chin will finally learn whether all of their hard work this season paid off. Starting off the night on a high note, the top 20 came together to perform “Tonight is...
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | December 11, 2013
After spending Monday night singing for their lives, it was time for James Wolpert, Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee, Will Champlin and Cole Vosbury to learn their fate. It would be a long hour of anticipation and performances from alumni before the top five learned who would become the top three. Kicking off “Homecoming” night (or Team Blake Night) were last season's The Swon Brothers. Colton and Zac Swon made their way back to "The Voice" stage and performed “Later On,” a rocking country single from their upcoming album.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2013
What an exciting night for "The Voice. " The results are in, and coach Adam Levine has been awarded People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive. But that's not why we watch. America decided, and the Top 8 contestants were revealed after seven were saved by your votes and the last contestant was saved in the Twitter "InstantSave. " But first…Coach Christina shared the stage with her team, Matthew Schuler and Jacquie Lee, in one of the best performances in The Voice history. Christina, Matthew and Jacquie performed a melody of Janet Jackson's “Black Cat” and “Scream,” the classic featuring her brother, Michael.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2013
With only two more weeks left, the top 6 had no other choice but to put on their best performances and go for the votes from America that will secure their spot in next week's show. With Team CeeLo completely out of the competition, it was time for the three contestants on Team Adam, Team Christina' dynamic duo and Team Blake's lone ranger to perform two songs: one of their choice dedicated to someone special, and one picked by their coach.  Team Blake: Cole Vosbury and “Rich Girl” by Hall and Oates/”Better Man” by James Morrison The pressure was on for Cole Vosbury!
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2013
Last night, Cole, Tessanne, Will, Jacquie and James proved that semi-finals night would be one to remember. The final five contestants took the stage for their chance to perform on next week's finale. To prepare, Jacquie went into the studio with her coach, Cole got a haircut with his and Team Adam ate eggs. But first, the group came together for a performance of the American Authors' hit “Best Day of My Life.” It's easy to see why all five of the powerhouse singers made it to the semi-finals.
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By Tionah Lee | November 13, 2013
After a night filled with awesome performances, it was time to say goodbye to two contestants. For the first time this season, it wasn't up to the coaches to decide, but rather the people at home. In an interesting turn of events at the very end of the show, the night's final decision came down to Twitter users using the #VoiceSave. Is it just Blake or do Tuesdays make everyone drink a little too much? Sara Bareilles and the female contestants kicked off the episode by performing Bareilles' hit “Brave.” The night started on a high note.
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By Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2013
Everything happened in real-time last night as it was Night 1 of the live shows. It was the night for three-time champion Blake Shelton and his team to face off against Adam Levine's team, as the first 10 of the Top 20 performed in hopes of advancing to the Top 12. After a performance of “How I Feel” from Flo Rida featuring Coach Christina Aguilera, the night's competition began. Team Blake: Shelbie Z - “Fancy” by Reba McEntire Sweet Southern belle (with an edge)
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By Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2013
The Voice recap: Night two of the battle rounds. Light 'Em up! The same Battle rules apply: two teammates compete against each other, their coach chooses the winner, that winner advances to the next round and the loser goes home -- or has the opportunity to get a second chance in the competition only if another coach presses their button to get them in the steal. Sidebar: Coach Blake used his two steals during night one of the battle rounds. He cannot press his big red button anymore during this competition.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2013
Last night, Cole, Tessanne, Will, Jacquie and James proved that semi-finals night would be one to remember. The final five contestants took the stage for their chance to perform on next week's finale. To prepare, Jacquie went into the studio with her coach, Cole got a haircut with his and Team Adam ate eggs. But first, the group came together for a performance of the American Authors' hit “Best Day of My Life.” It's easy to see why all five of the powerhouse singers made it to the semi-finals.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2013
With only two more weeks left, the top 6 had no other choice but to put on their best performances and go for the votes from America that will secure their spot in next week's show. With Team CeeLo completely out of the competition, it was time for the three contestants on Team Adam, Team Christina' dynamic duo and Team Blake's lone ranger to perform two songs: one of their choice dedicated to someone special, and one picked by their coach.  Team Blake: Cole Vosbury and “Rich Girl” by Hall and Oates/”Better Man” by James Morrison The pressure was on for Cole Vosbury!
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2013
What an exciting night for "The Voice. " The results are in, and coach Adam Levine has been awarded People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive. But that's not why we watch. America decided, and the Top 8 contestants were revealed after seven were saved by your votes and the last contestant was saved in the Twitter "InstantSave. " But first…Coach Christina shared the stage with her team, Matthew Schuler and Jacquie Lee, in one of the best performances in The Voice history. Christina, Matthew and Jacquie performed a melody of Janet Jackson's “Black Cat” and “Scream,” the classic featuring her brother, Michael.
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By Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2013
After an exciting first night, it was time for the Fantastic Four to come back and pick more strong voices for their teams. Going into the night, Christina and CeeLo both had two singers, Blake only had one and Adam had landed the most talent, with three. Starting off the competition was 16-year-old Jersey girl Jacquie Lee. After singing in children's hospitals, it was time for her to take her gift to a bigger stage. In classic "The Voice" fashion, Jacquie performed the Amy Winehouse power ballad “Back to Black.” Coaches Christina and Blake turned around to see who had the voice to match the power of the song.
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