So season 3 of The Voice has just ended and West Palm Beach, Florida’s Cassadee Pope from Team Blake, is the third winner if the competition, making him the first two time winning coach in the show’s short history. Now anyone who has followed this season closely will tell you they saw the end result coming since the beginning of the live shows.
My favorite/ the only television singing competition that I watch looks like it’s never going away, after getting a second season (third overall) in the same calender year which began last night, internet rumors have the show returning for another spring 2013 season.
Goodie Mob is back, and Cee Lo has brought them with him over to the weird side LOL, Last night on NBC’s, The Voice, where Cee Lo serves as a judge, the group performed a new single, “Fight to Win.”
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.
Last night Madonna performed the halftime show during Super Bowl
XXV, I mean XLVI, she performed mostly her classic, “Vogue,” “Music,” “Express Yourself,” and “Like a Prayer,” as well as her new single “Give Me All Your Luvin,” which features Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. She also mixed in with some LMFAO and Cee-Lo Green. All things considered she did a good job, other than the obvious lip-syncing, but I still stand by the fact that most football fans don’t want to see Madonna as the halftime show, and I hope that the NFL gets it right for next year. There was also a bit of controversy during the performance as M.I.A. “flipped the bird,” to the camera.
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