THE VOICE -- Pictured: Blake Shelton -- Photo by: Lewis Jacobs/NBC
Country Music sensation Blake Shelton is lending his expertise to the upcoming reality show The Voice right smack dab in the middle of planning his wedding to this year’s Academy of Country Music Awards winner, Miranda Lambert.
But to hear Shelton tell it in the video below, he’s been finding all kinds of creative ways to avoid helping with the nuptials – and making Lambert appreciate his lack of attention in the process.
The Voice debuts Tuesday, April 26th, 9:00 p.m. ET/PT, then moves to its regular timeslot on Tuesdays, May 10th, 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.
CHUCK -- Pictured: (l-r) Gary Cole as Jack Burton, Joshua Gomez as Morgan Grimes, Zachary Levi as Chuck Bartowski, Yvonne Strahovski as Sarah Walker -- Photo by: Mike Ansell/NBC
Will there be a wedding on Chuck (Mondays, 8:00 p.m. ET/PT) at the end of this season? This year of the series has finally seen the engagement of Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi) and Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski) come to fruition after an extended courtship.
NBC has been teasing for weeks about the upcoming wedding – but the stars of Chuck, Levi, Strahovski and Joshua Gomez (Morgan Grimes on the series) explain in the video below that they’ve been sworn to secrecy about the outcome of the wedding.
MY FUTURE BOYFRIEND - Premiering Sunday, April 10th (8:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT). (ABC FAMILY/BOB MAHONEY) SARA RUE, BARRY WATSON
My Future Boyfriend (tonight, 8:00 p.m. ET/PT, ABC Family) stars Sara Rue and Barry Watson and star-crossed lovers, who meet thanks to the beauty of time travel.
Problem is, Rue‘s character, Elizabeth Barrett, is engaged and Watson‘s character Pax is itching to change that…to hopefully get his first kiss.
You see the future is promising, but lacking with emotion, which might seem dismal to some, but Watson actually believes it’s refreshing.
And in the video below, both Rue and Watson explain their roles, why the future is actually a great place to be, how the actors connected almost immediately and why RueElizabeth Barrett (Browning). didn’t notice that her character was named after famed Victorian-era poet
“My mother, while she was transforming herself into the country legend Naomi Judd, created an origin myth for the Judds that did not match my reality,” Ashley Juddwrites in her new book All Things Bitter and Sweet: A Memoir, about mother Naomi. I loved my mother, but at the same time I dreaded the mayhem and uncertainty that followed her everywhere. I often felt like an outsider observing my mom’s life as she followed her own dreams.”
Among other things, the younger Judd reportedly claims that as a youngster she was left in the care of characters who used drugs and (although she never told her mother) was sexually abused by several men, including a family member.