NBC’s hit reality show The Voice is coming back. We recently found out who the coaches have chosen for their advisors.
Also, MoviePass has made more stupid moves.
The Voice just started taping their 15th Season and there is already drama on the set. According to Radar Online, Jennifer Hudson and Kelly Clarkson are not getting along.
Hudson is apparently making things difficult for Clarkson. According to Radar, Hudson is going around telling everyone that she’s guaranteeing a victory in this season of The Voice.
From Radar, “She is telling everyone who will listen that she may have lost Idol but she is not going to lose The Voice.”
Sources close to The Voice are saying that Hudson hasn’t changed a bit since her last stint on the show that actually annoyed staff and cast members.
While producers and staff members aren’t excited about Hudson being back, many people love Clarkson and are excited to have her back.
Commentary: I find it funny that we have an Idol loser who also then went on to not win her season (Hudson) and the Idol champion who also went on to win her first season on The Voice.
RADAR Online is reporting that Gwen Stefani’s “Just A Girl” Las Vegas residency is failing…miserably.
According to the report, Stefani’s shows are not selling out. The former Voice coach cannot sell tickets. Her shows have over 1,000 seats available for July 13 and 21. This is not good.
So what’s next for Stefani?
Well, the obvious thing for her would be to go back to The Voice with her boyfriend Blake Shelton. Although, that would probably be difficult to do if the show executives are still happy with their current four coaches, Shelton, Levine, Clarkson, and Keys (which is probably the strongest in show history).
Do you want to see Stefani back on The Voice? Are you planning on seeing her Vegas show?
Kelly Clarkson has done something only one other coach has done so far on The Voice (US). Since the show’s inception, only one coach had won the show during their first season. That coach was Adam Levine.
Since then, Blake Shelton won his second season, Usher won his second season, Pharrell Williams won his second season, Christina Aguilera won in her 5th season, and Alicia Keys won in her second season.
On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, Kelly Clarkson officially broke the curse and became the first coach since season one to win her inaugural season. Not only that, she will be the first coach who is not a “bookend” coach to defend her title on a second consecutive season.
Best of luck to Clarkson in her second season on the show.
Christina Aguilera is back and making moves. After a 6 year hiatus from making music, Aguilera recently released her Kanye West produced song “Liberation”. Now, she’s hitting the road.
The tickets go on sale Friday, check out the dates below and click here for more info.
Tue Sept. 25: Hollywood, FL, Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Fri Sept. 28: Atlantic City, NJ, Mark G. Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sun Sept. 30: Washington, DC, The Theater at MGM National Harbor
Wed Oct. 3: New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
Thu Oct. 4: New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
Sat Oct. 6: Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
Mon Oct. 8: Boston, MA, Boch Center Wang Theatre
Thu Oct. 11: Orillia, ON, Casino Rama Resort
Sat Oct. 13: Detroit, MI, Fox Theatre Detroit
Tue Oct. 16: Chicago, IL, The Chicago Theatre
Wed Oct. 17: Chicago, IL, The Chicago Theatre
Fri Oct. 19: Denver, CO, Pepsi Center
Mon Oct. 22: Oakland, CA, Paramount Theatre – Oakland
Wed Oct. 24: Indio, CA, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
Fri Oct. 26: Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
Sat Oct. 27: Las Vegas, NV, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
Mon Oct. 29: Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre
Thu Nov. 1: Sugar Land, TX, Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
Sat Nov. 3: Thackerville, OK, WinStar World Casino and Resort
Sun Nov. 4: Tulsa, OK, Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort
Tue Nov. 6: St. Louis, MO, Peabody Opera House
Fri Nov. 9: New Orleans, LA, Saenger Theatre
Sun Nov. 11: Atlanta, GA, Fox Theatre Atlanta
Tue Nov. 13: St. Petersburg, FL, The Mahaffey Theatre
It’s been a crazy few weeks for the world of television. So many cancelations and renewals and revivals (oh my!). Thanks to our friends at VOX, here is a complete list of the shows that have been canceled, renewed, or revived (oh my!).
Alex Inc. (ABC)
The Brave (NBC)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox) — picked up by NBC for a sixth season
The Crossing (ABC)
Designated Survivor (ABC)
The Exorcist (Fox)
Great News (NBC)
Kevin (Probably) Saves the World (ABC)
Last Man on Earth (Fox)
Law & Order: True Crime (NBC)
Life Sentence (CW)
Living Biblically (CBS)
Marvel’s Inhumans (ABC)
The Mayor (ABC)
Me, Myself & I (CBS)
The Mick (Fox)
The Middle (ABC)
New Girl (Fox)
The Night Shift (NBC)
Once Upon a Time (ABC)
The Originals (CW)
Shades of Blue (NBC)
Superior Donuts (CBS)
Ten Days in the Valley (ABC)
Wayward Pines (Fox)
Wisdom of the Crowd (CBS)
The X-Files (Fox) (As always with The X-Files, another revival series a few years down the road isn’t out of the question.)
The 100 (CW)
The $100,000 Pyramid (ABC) — returns in summer
The Amazing Race (CBS)
American Grit (Fox) — returns in summer
American Housewife (ABC)
American Idol (ABC)
American Ninja Warrior (NBC) — returns in summer
America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC)
America’s Got Talent (NBC) — returns in summer
A.P. Bio (NBC)
The Bachelor (ABC)
Bachelor in Paradise (ABC) — returns in summer
Beat Shazam (Fox) — returns in summer
The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
Big Brother (CBS)
Black Lightning (CW)
Blue Bloods (CBS)
Bob’s Burgers (Fox)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC) — picked up after Fox cancelled it
Celebrity Big Brother (CBS)
Celebrity Family Feud (ABC) — returns in summer
Chicago Fire (NBC)
Chicago Med (NBC)
Chicago P.D. (NBC)
Child Support (ABC)
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW)
Criminal Minds (CBS)
Dancing With the Stars (ABC)
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (CW)
Ellen’s Game of Games (NBC)
Family Guy (Fox)
The Flash (CW)
For the People (ABC)
The Four (Fox)
Fresh Off the Boat (ABC)
The Gifted (Fox)
The Goldbergs (ABC)
The Gong Show (ABC)
The Good Doctor (ABC)
The Good Fight (CBS All Access only)
Good Girls (NBC)
The Good Place (NBC)
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
Hawaii Five-0 (CBS)
Hell’s Kitchen (Fox)
How to Get Away With Murder (ABC)
Jane the Virgin (CW)
Last Man Standing (FOX) — ABC had canceled the show a year ago in its sixth season, but Fox is bringing it back for season seven.
Law & Order: SVU (NBC)
Life in Pieces (CBS)
Love Connection (Fox) — returns in summer
Madam Secretary (CBS)
Man With a Plan (CBS)
Marlon (NBC) — returns in summer
MasterChef Junior (FOX)
Midnight, Texas (NBC)
Modern Family (ABC)
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)
NCIS: New Orleans (CBS)
The Orville (Fox)
The Resident (Fox)
SEAL Team (CBS)
The Simpsons (Fox)
So You Think You Can Dance (FOX)
Splitting Up Together (ABC)
Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access only)
Station 19 (ABC)
This Is Us (NBC)
To Tell the Truth (ABC) — returns in summer
Trial & Error (NBC)
Undercover Boss (CBS) — returns in summer
The Voice (NBC)
The Wall (NBC)
Whose Line Is It, Anyway? (CW)
Will & Grace (NBC)
World of Dance — returns in summer
Young Sheldon (CBS)
Which broadcast TV shows are still waiting on an official verdict?
Battle of the Network Stars (ABC)
The Biggest Loser (NBC)
The Blacklist (NBC)
Boy Band (ABC)
Code Black (CBS)
Genius Junior (NBC)
Kevin Can Wait (CBS)
LA to Vegas (Fox)
Lethal Weapon (Fox)
Little Big Shots (Fox)
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC)
Match Game (ABC)
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (CW)
Prison Break (Fox)
Shark Tank (ABC)
Shots Fired (FOX)
The Toy Box (ABC)
World’s Funniest (Fox)