‘The Voice‘ is a smash hit. No, really! The Season 2 premiere of the hit singing competition grabbed the highest non-sports show ratings on network TV in six years. It had to be Blake Shelton‘s sense of humor that pulled in all those viewer, right? That or the fact that the 2012 Super Bowl was the most watched TV program…ever, which means that a whole mess of people stuck around and watched what followed the big game.
Late night talk show host and comedian Jimmy Fallon made a good drag queen (of sorts) in his spoof of ‘The Voice,’ where he poked fun at artists like Taylor Swift after the 2012 Super Bowl drew to a close. Essentially, Fallon spoofed A-list pop talent, imitating what it might be like if they tried out for the much coveted Super Bowl halftime show gig in front of ‘The Voice‘ judges. It’s a bit of a complicated concept, but Fallon made it work and generated plenty of laughs.
Husband and wife team Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton held hands while performing ‘America the Beautiful’ together before the kickoff of Super Bowl 2012. It was a show of solidarity, and perhaps a way to calm each other’s nerves, as the couple sang while the whole country watched. Many performers before them have flubbed when singing songs at sporting events, but Lambert and Shelton delivered a mistake-free rendition dosed with a little country twang.
Miranda Lambert and Chris Young traffic in the same genre and are currently on tour together, but if there’s one instance in which they differ, it’s their Super Bowl picks this year. The New York Giants will square off against the perennial favorite New England Patriots on Sunday (Feb. 5) for Super Bowl XLVI (a rematch of Super Bowl XLII) and Young spoke like a tried and true football fan while Lambert spoke like a girl who could care less, if we didn’t know any better.
Who knew Taylor Swift had any interest in beatboxing? She shows off her attempt in the latest 30-second Grammys promo spot released, leading up to music’s biggest night, which takes place Sunday, Feb. 12. While previous spots have seen Swift playfully bantering and delightfully bickering with rapper and Grammy host LL Cool J, this one shows the unlikely pair having a good time beatboxing. It’s a duet of sorts.
The northern California man who was shot by his own father over the fact that he was singing a country song on karaoke has come forward to make a shocking statement: He doesn’t want his father to be charged!
Karaoke can get you nearly killed. That’s what a Shingletown, Calif. man learned on Thursday of last week (Jan. 26) when his 70-year-old father shot him because he was annoyed by a country song he was singing on karaoke.
Taylor Swift and rapper LL Cool J banter away in a trio of new spots promoting the upcoming 2012 Grammy Awards, which air on CBS on Feb. 12. Swift is set to perform, while LL has been tapped as the host. The duo have terrific comedic chemistry and timing in these cute, short and sweet ads.
The Super Bowl commercial blitz is upon us almost a week before the big game between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. With Elton John’s commercial already generating some chatter, country artists are also getting in on the Super Bowl spot fun. Sugarland‘s Jennifer Nettles recorded a classic song for a memorable and super funny Pepsi Max commercial. The 30-second commercial will air during the game, but the long-form version is already viewable online.
Reba McEntire is the latest celebrity to fall victim to a death hoax that’s spreading like wildfire on the web. The alleged news of her death has circulated so quickly that ‘Reba McEntire’ became the No. 1 trending search topic on Google late Monday evening (Jan. 30). Her latest Facebook wall update has been flooded with desperate comments from fans hoping and praying that a report that the singer had fallen to her death while climbing a mountain on an Austrian movie set is untrue.
It seems like music competition reality shows are springing up with increasing frequency. There’s this awesome, brand-new “must watch” show called ‘The Vibe,’ where the judges critique talent while encased in sensory deprivation chambers. They can’t see. They can’t hear. They don’t know what the heck is going on with the singers who are auditioning. Country singer Chuck Wicks even turns up for a stint as a guest judge, complete with his own headphones, sunglasses and soundproof, coffin-like chamber that is akin to being trapped in a black void for four hours.
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