But the one I really love is this article here where I get to talk about the behind-the-scenes stuff I couldn’t get into a news post. I say goodbye to some friends, talk about almost tripping on stage, and thank my coach Adam Levine for doing something very special this week.
I wrote a column about my audition for season 2 of The Voice for CliqueClack. You can read it by clicking the link in the quote below.
Season two of ‘The Voice’ is still five months away. That’s plenty of time for this intrepid reporter (and unofficial ninth member of Team Adam) to join thousands of hopeful performers in Los Angeles and live to tell about it. Here’s my audition-day diary.
On the way out, I spotted someone who looked an awful lot like season 1 winner Javier Colon in the parking lot. Unfortunately, it wasn’t him. How cool would that have been?
In this week’s The Voice episode commentary at CliqueClack, I talk about how I nearly ended up in the hospital and instead, ended up meeting Adam Levine. You can read it by clicking the link in the quote below.
My episode commentary this week dissects the Team Christina vs. Team Cee Lo battle. You can read it by clicking on the link in the quote below.
What did I learn from this week’s ‘The Voice’? Everything gets bigger when it’s live, someone in the building really likes fog machines, and Adam Levine says a lot of what I was thinking. Let’s go, shall we?
This week’s episode commentary breaks down the final rounds and addresses Entertainment Weekly‘s scathing critique of The Voice. You can read it by clicking on the link in the quote below.
What did I learn from this week’s ‘The Voice’? ‘Save The Best For Last’ is not just a Vanessa Williams song, there’s always behind the scenes drama somewhere, and Ken Tucker has a stick that needs to be removed. Let’s get ready to rumble!
This week’s episode commentary on CliqueClack delves into more battles. You can read it by clicking the link in the quote below.
What did I learn from this week’s ‘The Voice’? Short people can have their day, you can get away with a Radiohead song (at least if you’ve won two Grammys), and Cee Lo Green actually does take his sunglasses off. Did this episode throw you as much as it did me?