The finale of season 4 of The Voice was a celebration of music, artist, talent, and, of course, the winner of Season 4. So naturally, talents like Florida-Georgia Line and Nelly stopped by to make an appearance!
Both Team Blake and country music had a great night on 'The Voice' on Monday (June 3), as country contestant Danielle Bradbery performed Pam Tillis' hit 'Shake the Sugar Tree' from her successful album 'Homeward Looking Angel.'
Blake Shelton will return to the living rooms of millions for a fifth season of NBC's popular reality singing competition, 'The Voice.' Viewers can rest assured that the comedic country crooner will be sitting back in that big red chair, offering his humor and wisdom to contestant hopefuls come fall.
This week on 'The Voice,' Blake Shelton proved that he's more than just an all-star coach on the reality television show -- he's an all-star performer, too. The country crooner teamed up with pop star Shakira to put on a smashing rendition of Lady Antebellum's 'Need You Now.'
Blake Shelton has had his fair share of TV appearances, most recently popping up on 'Malibu County' with Reba McEntire, and holding a key role as coach on 'The Voice.' He's not planning on giving up Music City for Hollywood, however.
It's shaping up to be a pretty big showdown on television this New Year's Eve. Ryan Seacrest has already announced big name country stars Jason Aldean and Taylor Swift for his 'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest,' and now NBC has announced that all four of the judges from the hit reality singing competition 'The Voice' will join host Carson Daly for this year's 'New Year's Eve With Carson Daly.'
Blake Shelton may have just won the third season of 'The Voice' (marking his second consecutive win), but the show is already looking forward to Season 4. The latest promo, called 'The Pickup,' finds Shelton giving the coaches a ride in his trusty truck. And that's when the fun ensues.
Now that Cassadee Pope has been crowned the winner of Season 3 of 'The Voice,' it's time for her to turn her attention toward recording an album. The newly-minted star says her sound will lean toward pop and rock, but will also feature some country elements.
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