04:24 PM EDT 07/28/2014
Originally posted 05/15/2014 09:15PM
There are many things Blake Shelton loves about his wife Miranda Lambert, but there's one thing (or rather, three) that he's not so fond of – her cats.
"I'm not too big on cats and sometimes I'll say something like that and people get so mad at me," the Voice mentor, 37, tells PEOPLE. "But the truth is, I don't care if they get mad."
So what exactly does he have against his wife's furry friends?
Originally posted 05/13/2014 07:45AM
A popular Disney hit re-imagined as a rock song was not a problem for Kat Perkins, who turned the catchy tune embraced by fans worldwide, "Let It Go," into a head-banging anthem on Monday night's The Voice semi-final.
"You murdered it," said an enthusiastic Usher of Perkins's powerful take on the song from Frozen, which she dedicated to the Keller children for whom she served as nanny, and who watched adoringly from the audience.
"I don't know what I can say anymore. It doesn't get better as far as vocals are concerned," noted her coach Adam Levine.
Originally posted 05/08/2014 08:30PM
He may be a country superstar, but Blake Shelton doesn't need caviar or lobster tail – a slice of pizza (or 10) hits just the spot.
"Look at me! I eat way too damn much pizza," says Shelton, who, beginning May 18, stars in Pizza Hut's commercials for a new line of barbecue pies. "I grew up in a small town in Oklahoma, and pizza was one of the few options we had there, so I grew up loving pizza. This was the perfect opportunity for me."
In fact, it's not too surprising to learn that The Voice coach, 37, still craves a good pie after his shows.
Originally posted 05/07/2014 06:15AM
Some of the strongest artists on The Voice found themselves in the bottom four Tuesday night, which confounded the coaches and forced those singers to perform one more time for the lone Twitter save.
After weeks of deftly avoiding elimination, veteran coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton found themselves in a vulnerable position following Monday night's Top Eight performances when Usher's lone artist, soulful family man Josh Kaufman, and Shakira's only remaining singer, Massachusetts country singer Kristen Merlin, were the first artists to be deemed safe.
A short time later, host Carson Daly revealed Team Adam's teenage dynamo Christina Grimmie also made it through, along with fellow teen and self-professed redneck Jake Worthington of Team Blake.
Originally posted 05/06/2014 06:40AM
The Voice introduced its two newest coaches – Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani, who teamed up to perform "Hollaback Girl" – on Monday night as the eight remaining artists performed.
Team Adam Levine star Christina Grimmie followed last week's genre-bending Drake cover with another original moment on Lil Wayne's "How to Love."
The audience would not stop cheering. "You should be soaking this up right now," Blake Shelton praised. "You look and sound like a superstar up there."
Originally posted 05/05/2014 12:00PM
It was announced Monday morning that Miranda Lambert leads the CMT Awards with six nominations, including two for video of the year for her hit song "Automatic" and her duet with Keith Urban, "We Were Us." Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line trail right behind with five nods each.
Originally posted 04/29/2014 11:40PM
And then there were eight.
The Voice's live elimination show whittled down two artists from the Top Ten Tuesday with the help of America – or at least the Twitterverse – and determined whether Adam Levine and Blake Shelton still have the secret formula for success.
The show kicked off in newsy fashion when host Carson Daly announced that Gwen Stefani will join The Voice's coaching panel next season (just in case you hadn't already read Christina Aguilera's Tweet.) He also revealed that the No Doubt frontwoman will join fellow newbie coach Pharrell Williams onstage for a performance next Monday.
Yet the real news of the show was attempting to figure out who wouldn't be appearing on stage next week, and that became increasingly clear as the show soldiered on. Read on to find out more.
Originally posted 04/29/2014 03:15PM
Ever wanted to call the Sexiest Man Alive? Thanks to Blake Shelton, for a little while Monday night you could.
Shelton upped the ante on his long-running sparring partner when he Tweeted Adam Levine's personal cell phone number live on The Voice during the Top 10 live performance show.
"HEY EVERYONE!!! Here it is: @adamlevine's CELL NUMBER! Think I'm kidding? Try calling it!! B––––!!!" Shelton Tweeted with a sly smile as Levine looked momentarily horrified.
Originally posted 04/29/2014 11:30AM
Miranda Lambert wants you to walk – or dance, or party or sing – in her shoes. Really.
Celebrating the launch of her new Miranda by Miranda Lambert shoe line last week, the singer opened up about the inspiration for her latest project – and her goals for the future – at a party at a DSW store in Frisco, Texas.
"I love projects, clearly," Lambert, 30, told PEOPLE Country, laughing. "I like to keep my hands in everything. I love it. I think it's fun. I've always wanted to build an empire."
Originally posted 04/29/2014 08:25AM
What happens when a 20-year-old female YouTube sensation and Top 10 The Voice finalist chooses to cover R&B sensation Drake?
That seeming vocal gamble came up aces for Christina Grimmie, who brought the idea to sing Drake's "Hold On, We're Going Home" to her coach, Adam Levine. He believed in her artistry and allowed her to take the risk. And in doing so, she set the pace Monday, accompanying herself on the piano and using the ballad to look and sound like a full-blown star.
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