This week’s episode of The Voice saw the show try to combine two parts of the competition in one episode. And it taught us that should never happen again. Head on over to Starpulse to see what happened and who got sent packing already.
Since tonight is The Voice‘s yearly clip show, I thought I’d tide over you fans by giving you the first update on other things going on outside the show’s broadcast. I’ll be posting these each week on Wednesdays as long as there are new stories to be had. Here’s what’s happened in March so far.
The blind auditions are almost over on The Voice, and in Tuesday’s episode Blake Shelton is feeling generous with his button, while the other coaches are throttling back. Who will be the first to finish their team? Well, that you’ll have to read to find out.
After I finally took a vacation last Tuesday, I’m back with a recap of Monday night’s episode, which includes a coach doing their own blind audition and not one but two of those dreaded montages. Check it out in the usual place.
In other news, NBC has some schedule hijinks going on again. There is an episode listed for tomorrow (Wednesday) night, but it’s the usual “Best of the Blind Auditions” clip show.
Yet, also according to the network, next Monday’s episode is entitled “Blinds End and Battles Begin,” suggesting that there’s going to be a blinds clip show before all the blinds have aired. And that we’re going to have blinds and battles in the same episode. Go figure, but be aware nonetheless.
It’s that time again: The Voice is back and so here come an onslaught of more singers hoping to make their name in front of some of the biggest superstars in music. The first night of blind auditions doesn’t go so well for my coach, but NBC never fails to deliver.
(Please note that there will be no recap for Tuesday night’s auditions, as I will be on vacation. Normal service will resume next Monday.)
As I do every season, I kick off my coverage of a new cycle of The Voice by making sure that you’ve seen all my artist updates that have been posted during the off-season. Here’s what you may have missed.