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Originally posted 12/12/2012 06:00AM
Just call Christina Aguilera a Jingle Belle!
The Voice coach stepped out on Saturday with boyfriend Matthew Rutler for film and television producer Jennifer Klein's annual private holiday party in Los Angeles.
Arriving around 11:30 p.m. with a small group of friends, the duo "looked to be in the best of moods, sitting in a corner, happily sipping on Russian Standard Vodka Moscow mules while their friends sang and dance to Michael Jackson," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "They seemed to be quite in love and happy!"
Other guests included Chris Evans and girlfriend Minka Kelly, who donned "giant smiles" as they stayed close throughout the evening.
Meanwhile, Mad Men's Christina Hendricks dressed for the holiday theme in a red plaid dress and enjoyed cocktails with her husband Geoffrey Arend and friends.
– Jennifer Garcia
Originally posted 12/04/2012 07:45AM
Melanie Martinez didn't stray far from her trademark soft vocals, but took a slight detour from her usually haunting songs with Cee Lo Green's "Crazy" and "The Show" by Lenka.
Christina Aguilera, whose contestants have all left the show, suggested she try more sultry songs. But Green approved: "In many ways we're cut from the same cloth, honey," he told her. "You did a great job."
Originally posted 11/27/2012 07:00PM
Contestants on The Voice already have the talent, but to make it to the top, they need the perfect song. On Monday night's show, Coach Cee Lo Green anticipated that at this point in the competition, song choice would be the ultimate factor in determining the next star. Now, hear from the competitors themselves:
Originally posted 11/27/2012 09:30AM
With the competition as fierce as ever Monday night on The Voice, coach Cee Lo Green predicted what would set the top eight apart.
"It's just about song choices at this point," he said.
And while some of performances had rough edges, the contestants made it their night to step out of their comfort zone with surprising song choices – to mixed reviews.
Originally posted 11/21/2012 12:40PM
Tuesday's eliminations on The Voice may have given Sylvia Yacoub and Bryan Keith the boot, but with the support of their former coaches and the drive to push forward, these aspiring singers aren't giving up on their dreams.
Yacoub on Christina Aguilera's team wowed the coaches with her rendition of Alicia Keys's "Girl on Fire," but she understood that her song choice was a bold move.
"I took a risk singing a song that is still being promoted right now. But when I heard it, it just had such a good message and I just thought as an artist I wanted to be inspirational," Yacoub told PEOPLE after her elimination. "I was really happy that I did that last performance because it was the first time that I didn’t let the voices in my head take over."
Originally posted 11/20/2012 10:05PM
Following what Blake Shelton called the "best episode of The Voice we've ever had", spirited group performances on Tuesday night's show kept the energy up and distracted viewers just long enough from the business at hand – impending eliminations.
Christina Aguilera brought the heat with her song "Let There Be Love." Rascal Flatts shared their hit "Changed." Later, Adam Levine performed a rendition of Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," followed by the contestants taking on Pat Benatar's "Hit Me with Your Best Shot."
But once again, the decisions about who would stay and who would go were completely up to the viewers. No input from the coaches could save contestants this time. Keep reading to find out which contestants will sing again next week ...
Originally posted 11/20/2012 08:15AM
It was a night of creative growth on The Voice Monday, as the top 10 wowed the coaches in unexpected ways.
"This may be the best episode of The Voice we've ever had," Blake Shelton said. But it was the top talent among the remaining handful of singers that really gave his statement weight.
Christina Aguilera and Shelton kicked off the night with "Just a Fool," a duet from her new album Lotus, which ushered in rousing performances from each team.
Originally posted 11/13/2012 09:20PM
It was a great night for Teams Cee Lo and Adam on The Voice Tuesday. And though not everyone got good news on elimination night, there were plenty of entertaining performances from the coaches and contestants alike.
To open the night, Christina Aguilera and Green performed the world premiere of "Make the World Move," from her new album Lotus. Guest Jason Aldean also took the stage, and Blake Shelton rocked out with his team to Tom Cochrane's "Life is a Highway."
Green's Trevin Hunte, Nicholas David and Cody Belew came together for a '70s inspired – bell bottoms and all! – performance of the Bee Gee's "Stayin' Alive." But was it a sign of things to come? Keep reading for all the results ...
Originally posted 11/13/2012 07:00AM
The celebrity coaches showcased their top talent on Monday night's live episode of The Voice. While solid performances prevailed overall, a handful of the remaining contestants gave viewers at home a good reasons to vote for them.
Trevin Hunte blew viewers away by singing Percy Sledge's "When a Man Loves a Woman." He has never failed to impress the coaches and audience alike, but this performance was particularly special for the soulful crooner.
"I believe that you are going to be a blessing in so many lives," his coach Cee Lo Green told him.
Originally posted 11/09/2012 08:00AM
And now there are … a dozen.
Thursday night's episode of The Voice revealed America's – and the coaches' – favorites from the previous nights of playoffs. And while the coaches were torn about sending their singers home, only three from each team of five could continue on to the top 12.
The night kicked off with Team Adam and Team Blake joining for a performance of Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger." Then came the moment of truth for Adam Levine's singers. America saved Amanda Brown and Bryan Keith, but Levine struggled to make the next cut.
"I believe wholeheartedly in all five of my team members," he said. But when deciding among Melanie Martinez, Joselyn Rivera and Loren Allred, Levine couldn't let go of Martinez, praised so often by her coach for her unique vocals.
Levine then took to the stage himself with the rest of Maroon 5 to perform "Daylight."
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