Anthony Scaramucci (Bill Hader) FaceTimes the show to clear up some of his comments as White House Communications Director.
Voice contestant Darby Anne Walker stopped by On Air with Ruben Jay to discuss her future in music, movies, and writing. Walker discussed her feelings of the Voice.
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Voice alum Jacquie Lee has released a music video for her new song “Am I The Only One”. The song is a soulful song from the contestant who is on a new journey in her music career.
Season 5 contestant of The Voice on NBC, Jacquie Lee has released a new single after announcing a new direction on Twitter. The new single is called “Am I The Only One?” and it’s epic. There is a link to buy her song at the end of this, but let’s talk about her new direction and what she’s working on.
According to what we understand, Lee is working on releasing a new album. We spoke with Jacquie at The Voice in 2015 and she made it clear that she wanted to be a creatively free artist. Lee said, “I’m not trying to put it in a box…it’s going to be real”.
On June 25th, Lee announced that her new journey begins on July 14th (today) with the release of her new music and a show at the Hotel Cafe. Lee wrote in the announcement “from my journal to the studio, this is my life and it means everything for me to share it with you. it’s been such an emotional/therapeutic process, and I CANNOT F*CKING WAIT for you to hear and see what’s about to come…”
Her journey has begun, and if “Am I The Only One” is a sneak peak into her future, the future for Jacquie Lee is bright.
Lee’s voice has matured a ton since her time on The Voice. Check out her new single, share it and show her some support!
Music video for Blame It On Me performed by Adam Wakefield.
“He comes in and within 30 seconds, honestly, ‘I just know I’m gonna like you.'” – Simon
Carlos De Antonis, with all his charm and vibrance, brings the audience and judges to their feet with his cover of Nessun Dorma. He’s just getting started, everybody, and I absolutely can’t wait to see more of him.
The Voice has been a monster of a reality competition show. It has won multiple Emmy awards, dominated ratings, and cultivated the perfect environment for music legends to continue making money and promote their music. The Voice has single-handedly kept Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani, Adam Levine, and Alicia Keys relevant when it was likely that their popularity would eventually rely on their earliest hits.
With that being said, the show has seen ratings slip year after year. With American Idol’s return next year, it’s time for The Voice to reinvent itself and be the powerhouse show we know it can be. Here are three things they can do to keep dominating the ratings:
#3 – Focus on the talent, not the coaches!
Both Idol and The Voice had this problem in recent years. It seems like The Voice producers want to change up the group of coaches and they do it only for the sake of change. In 5 years there have been 12 different coaches, and only two are considered staples. While it’s cool to have a surplus of successful talent on the show, the appeal has been about the coaches rather than the people that the show is actually about.
Pharrell Williams infamously told TVGuide.com that the show isn’t about making stars, it’s about being a TV show.
“The show is not about someone signing a record deal and getting signed. The show is about a bunch of people who really care about people that they encounter, and make sure that they’re changed when they walk off.”
The show may not be about being a record label, but it should be about creating stars that people want to invest their time and money in to support. Right off the bat, American Idol created a superstar in Kelly Clarkson. People were so excited about her winning that they couldn’t wait to see what the show could do next. Fans then provided their support for Clarkson by making her millionaire and spreading her music.
When a show takes an ordinary person with extraordinary talent and help make that person into an ultimate star, the result is an incredibly loyal and excited fanbase. The show should stop trying to get their audience to care about their ever changing coach roster and focus on creating at least 1 superstar per season.
This was so good, Tyra Banks pushed a Golden Buzzard.
Commentary: Light Balance was so good. They deserve to not only win, but they deserve a Vegas show. That is a show that I would spend big money on and watch over and over again!
21 Year old Chase Goehring auditions for America’s Got Talent and blew away the judges. Check out his performance of his original song “HURT”.