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By Tionah Lee | May 9, 2013
It has been a very long week for "The Voice. " The competition's Top 16 performers battled it out in the live playoff rounds. On Night 3, each contestant would learn their fate (and Rod Stewart would do a comeback performance I'm sure no one saw coming). After counting all of the votes, minus the text and Internet-submitted ballots (I'm sorry, Jason George, I could imagine the pain that comes with recounting votes, good thing "The Voice" had the only competitive reality results show on Wednesday)
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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 | 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 | October 2, 2013
It was the fourth night of blind auditions, and the coaches were ready to battle it out for some new talent. Going into the night, coaches Blake, Adam and CeeLo had seven, while Christina had eight. No coach has set a limit on the type of singer that joins his or her team; all that matters is whether they have that particular voice that will make the judges turn their chairs. Starting off night four was Will Champlin. The son of a classic rocker, Will wasn't a stranger to music or the stage.
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By Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2013
It was the fourth night of blind auditions, and the coaches were ready to battle it out for some new talent. Going into the night, coaches Blake, Adam and CeeLo had seven, while Christina had eight. No coach has set a limit on the type of singer that joins his or her team; all that matters is whether they have that particular voice that will make the judges turn their chairs. Starting off night four was Will Champlin. The son of a classic rocker, Will wasn't a stranger to music or the stage.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2013
Rule of the night: build as much anticipation before announcing the results as possible. And remember: don't freak out as soon as Carson announces your name, because he simply will be asking you a question. More importantly, give back to those in need in Oklahoma after the devastating tornados. The night kicked off as Oklahoma native coach Blake Shelton and his wife, Miranda Lambert, performed “Over You,” followed by a performance of “Stand by You” featuring coach Shakira and her teammates, Kris Thomas and Sasha Allen.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2013
Introducing your Top 6…After a shocking elimination Just when you think you have a show completely figured out…it will change your mind with one night of eliminations. Last night on The Voice, it was time to introduce American to their Top 6 performers. After Monday night's lack of energy during some of the performances, you figured more than ever this week America would vote for the guaranteed favorites. Let's recap before I jump into the spoiler alert. Coming into last night's live results show Team Usher had one contestant (Michelle Chamuel)
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By Tionah Lee | June 19, 2013
It was the night we've been waiting for - we would finally find out who would become Season 4's “The Voice. " Would it be the dynamic duo from Oklahoma, the quirky girl with the big voice and glasses or the 16-year-old Texas native that blew everyone away with her natural talent? Your votes and text were tallied up, and the winner is ... Nope, not yet! We have been doing this for months now; you know there is a build-up to the spoiler. Last night's two-hour finale was like one big party, with performances from some of music's biggest names, and the return of some of this season's favorite contestants.
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Tionah Lee and For The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2013
“When the going gets tough…the tough gets going” With the start of the top-eight performance night, Team Usher and Shakira each have one contestant keeping them in the competition, while Team Adam and Blake have 3 competitors each. It's time for some other coaches to leave, simply because we just aren't ready to see Usher leave The Voice. Kicking off the Memorial Day show, “rarely sober” coach Blake Shelton performed his new single, “Boys Round Here”. Team Adam: Judith Hill, “#ThatPower,” by Will.
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By Tionah Lee | May 9, 2013
It has been a very long week for "The Voice. " The competition's Top 16 performers battled it out in the live playoff rounds. On Night 3, each contestant would learn their fate (and Rod Stewart would do a comeback performance I'm sure no one saw coming). After counting all of the votes, minus the text and Internet-submitted ballots (I'm sorry, Jason George, I could imagine the pain that comes with recounting votes, good thing "The Voice" had the only competitive reality results show on Wednesday)
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