Adam Levine: New Coaches Bring Big Changes To ‘The Voice’

Last week, Kelly Clarkson told us that each new season’s talent makes The Voice feel like a completely different show. Adam Levine is willing to take it one step further, though. Levine, who’s been on every season since the show’s inception, told us that every new combination of coaches changes the show in profound ways, because of the different kinds of chemistry that develop between him, Blake Shelton (who’s also been on every season), and the newer coaches. (Click on the media bar below to hear Kelly Clarkson)

The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 8/7c on NBC.

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‘The Voice’ Takes Blake Shelton Back To His Beginnings

It’s been 17 years since Blake Shelton burst onto the Country music scene with his self-titled debut album, which produced three major hits and sold more than a million copies. Since then, he’s earned nine Country Music Association Awards, eight Grammy Award nominations, and sold more than 10 million albums. After all this time in the music business, Shelton says it’s refreshing to spend some of his time on The Voice, where he can work with artists who are starting their journey, like he did all those years ago. (Click on the media bar below to hear Blake Shelton)

The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 8/7c on NBC.

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Adam Levine: You’ll See ‘Crazy’ Talent This Season On ‘The Voice’

Having been a judge on the show since its very first season, Adam Levine has literally heard (and sometimes seen) hundreds — if not thousands — of hopeful singers on The Voice’s stage. With the show now going into its 15th cycle, Levine is incredibly impressed by the performers he’s heard so far, and he’s a bit amazed that the talent can still be so strong, so many years into the show’s run. (Click on the media bar below to hear Adam Levine)

The new season of The Voice airs Mondays & Tuesdays at 8/7c on NBC.

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Some Things Just Haven’t Changed For 50 Cent

While 50 Cent has immersed himself in the Hollywood world, with more than 20 movies now to his credit, he hasn’t given up on the thing that made him famous: music. In spite of his busy acting schedule, he’s still performing (he has some tour dates lined up for September), and he told us that he still gets the same feelings at the start of a show that he did when he was starting out. (Click on the media bar below to hear 50 Cent)

50 Cent’s latest acting venture, the cable crime drama Power, airs Sunday nights at 8/7c on Starz.

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For Evan Ross, His Best Friendship Was A Glove Affair

Evan Ross has managed to make a nice career for himself as an actor, having appeared in two of the Hunger Games movies, along with TV stints on 90210, Wicked City, and Star. Still, his own celebrity has been eclipsed by his family connections — he’s the youngest child of music legend Diana Ross and the younger brother of Black-ish and Girlfriends star Tracee Ellis Ross. One of his mother’s famous friends, of course, was the late entertainment icon Michael Jackson, and Evan Ross said he became very close friends with him, too. (Click on the media bar below to hear Evan Ross)

Evan Ross and his wife, Ashlee Simpson, have a new reality show, Ashlee and Evan, premiering this summer on E!

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Barry Manilow Brings His Hits Back To Vegas

Although Barry Manilow’s 75th birthday is less than a month away, he’s not ready to give up performing just yet. Though he’s cut back on his touring, Manilow has signed a deal for a residency at the Westgate Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, with shows running through early October. Manilow told us that when he was offered the residency, it was just too good to pass up.

 

With a career to draw from that has now spanned five decades, Manilow said his fondest memories are of the decade that started it all for him, the ’70s.

One of the things Manilow finds surprising is that there’s a whole new audience at his shows, one that wasn’t even born in the ’70s! And he thinks it’s wonderful that new generations have been finding his music… and singing along!

Barry Manilow: The Hits Come Home is running selected weekends through early October at the Westgate Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.

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