Tonight, the second season of NBC’s, The Voice, ended withe Jermaine Paul, winning the competition. This season was pretty up and down, with moments that left a lot of people scratching their heads, like Christina eliminating what many people considered the front-runner of the competition.
So for those of you that have been following the site for a while, you may remember that somehow I got hooked into doing something that I had never done, which was watch a televised talent show. I saw the commercials hyping Season One of NBC’s, The Voice, and decided to check it out, I got hooked in, and decided to write weekly reviews of the show. I also gave predictions and was right more often than not, Season Two kicked off Sunday night after Super Bowl XLVI. I won’t write a full review until the battle rounds start, but I will give some thoughts on the first two nights of the show.
It’s Grammy season, and it’s almost time for my favorite award show AKA music’s biggest night, the 54th annual Grammy’s are going down February 12, but before we can get to the show we have to get to the nominees. In my Grammy prediction post back in AugustI, I gave some of my thoughts on some of the awards, today I will give some more before the nominations are announced Wednesday night!
Kanye West (check), Jay Z (check), sold out crowd (check), special surprise guests? Not necessary, the Watch the Throne tour rolled into South Florida for a two night stand, Monday night in Ft. Lauderdale, and last night in Miami. With a tour of this magnitude you would think they would have a lot of big name surprise guests, or a pretty decent opening act, well none of that was needed to put on a hell of a show, and I’ll tell you why!
So the BET Hip Hop Awards just ended, now normally I wouldn’t be caught dead watching this particular show, I usually just wait for the next day and watch the cyphers online, but tonight I was free and didn’t have anything better to do so I decided to tune in. I think the BET Awards should be enough, and believe the Hip Hop Awards are just a bit too much. While everyone thinks BET, MTV, and VH-1 are all competitors they are all owned by the same company, so I think the VMA’s, BET Awards, MTV Movie Awards, and Hip Hop and/or Rock Honors are more than enough.
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