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The cast of "The Voice" have been enjoying one of their most talented seasons to date, and the coaches warn that the gloves are about to come off for the upcoming live shows.
Season 6 kicked off with the return of coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher, with Levine standing as the show's reigning champion after his season 5 win with contestant Tessanne Chin. Usher and Shakira have once again filled out the red chairs occupied in the Fall cycles by Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green, the latter of which has decided not to return to the show for good.
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CeeLo Green has vacated his big red chair on NBC's "The Voice" before -- only this time, it's permanent.
The singer made the surprise announcement on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Feb. 19 that he will not return to "The Voice." Green completed his most recent cycle on the singing competition show in Fall 2013, his fourth on the show overall. Video of the announcement can be viewed below.
As speculated, Shakira and Usher will return as coaches on the NBC show "The Voice" for season 6 in spring 2014, once again replacing veteran stars Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green, the network confirmed on Tuesday, Dec. 17.
The new season, with Shakira, Usher and veteran coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, is set to premiere on Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. ET, NBC said in a statement obtained by OTRC.com.
"The Voice" star and singer-songwriter CeeLo Green has pleaded not guilty after being charged with giving ecstasy to a woman who had accused him of sexual assault.
The 39-year-old TV star, whose real name is Thomas DeCarlo Callaway, entered his plea at a Los Angeles court on Monday, Oct. 21. He will not face rape charges due to lack of evidence, prosecutors say. He faces up to four years in prison for his charge of one felony count of furnishing a controlled substance.
Singer-songwriter and "The Voice" star CeeLo Green has been charged with furnishing ecstasy to a woman and could face prison time if found guilty, OTRC.com has learned.
The 39-year-old TV star has not commented. CeeLo, whose real name is Thomas DeCarlo Callaway, faces up to four years in prison if convicted.
Despite what coach Adam Levine might think, it's still anybody's game on "The Voice," which will crown a winner during its fourth season finale on Tuesday, June 18.
The competition is down to three acts, The Swon Brothers, Danielle Bradbery and Michelle Chamuel. Both Bradbery and The Swon Brothers were coached by Blake Shelton, who won the last two seasons of "The Voice." Chamuel was coached by Usher, one of the new judges for the season.
"The Voice" just got a special guest performer for its fourth season finale on June 18.
Cher will perform her new single, "Woman's World," live on the NBC musical competition series, NBC announced on Monday, June 10.
Blake Shelton told reporters after "The Voice" on Tuesday, May 21, that he is planning a benefit for the Oklahoma tornado victims with NBC.
"We are actually putting together a fund-raiser right now with NBC. We'll have more details within the next 24 hours, but definitely something with NBC that is going to happen real fast, and hopefully raise a lot of money," Shelton, an Oklahoma native, told CNN.
Adam Levine said something on "The Voice" results show on Tuesday that many people found shocking and following an online backlash, the singing competition coach took to Twitter to clarify his remarks ... kind of.
During the episode, it was revealed that after a nationwide vote by fans, two out of the top 8 finalists were eliminated -- Sarah Simmons and Judith Hill. Both were on Levine's team. It was apparent that at least one of of them would be cut, as they and coach Blake Shelton's contestant, Holly Tucker, faced elimination.