The Voice Recap: Battle Rounds Pt. 1 -- The Art of the StealTonight's battle brought two steals, one amazing duet, one country throw down and the return of the hot Peruvian singer.
'The Voice' Recap: Blind Auditions Pt. 7Adam gets heated. Blake gets taunted. Xtina says SHUT UP. CeeLo gets Winehouse'd.
'The Voice' Recap: Blind Auditions Pt. 6Blake is on a roll. Xtina is on the case of someone she passed up last season. CeeLo is hearing folks singing his songs and not liking it. Adam is being reallllllllly nice to everyone. Suspicious.
CeeLo Green Gets in The Holiday Spirit With New ReleaseCeeLo promises to put a little soul into this coming Christmas season with a little help from Rod Stewart, Christina Aguilera and The Muppets.
'The Voice' Recap: Blind Auditions Pt. 5CeeLo goes for the classics. Adam Levine keeps it smarmy. Christina Aguilera's a Kelly Clarkson fan. Blake Shelton just can't get no satisfaction.
Usher And Shakira Join 'The Voice' For Season 4Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green announce hiatuses from the show. Green promises to return in season 5, while Aguilera's future is to be seen.
'The Voice' Recap: Blind Auditions Pt. 4Christina Aguilera still has her girls out. Blake Shelton has his Best Male Vocalist hardware. Adam Levine pulls up in a Porsche. CeeLo is still hoping to find America's Next Top Model. To the sob stories!
'The Voice' Recap: Blind Auditions Round 3Christina Aguilera remains totally professional when a former boy band-er sings The Wanted. Blake gets The Judds 2.0. CeeLo tells a "Don't Cha" secret. And Adam Levine gets Leonard Cohen.
'The Voice' Recap: Blind Auditions Round 2Someone picked up the first ever Spanish singer. Someone picked up a sure thing ringer. Someone picked up a kid with glasses. And someone got no one new because he's picky.
'The Voice' Season Premiere Recap: Blind Auditions Pt. 1They each get 90 seconds to impress the judges with their song and the audience with their sob story.
CeeLo Green To Play Himself With New SitcomCeeLo Green is adding his voice to a comedy show. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and the Voice judge has signed a deal to star in a family sitcom based on his life.