Casey Battersix is quite the hot commodity on SNL's version of 'The Voice.' Buttersix, played by host Melissa McCarthy, is being fawned over by Adam Levine (Bill Hader), Usher (Jay Pharoah), Shakira (Kate McKinnon) and Blake Shelton (Jason Sudeikis) after a hilarious performance of 'Don't Mess With My Toot Toot.'
17-year-old Savannah Berry ended tonight’s blind auditions episode of ‘The Voice’ (April 2) with a bang, performing a truly beautiful and jaw-dropping rendition of Taylor Swift’s ‘Safe and Sound.’ She had coach Adam Levine’s attention after just the first few notes, and Shakira and Blake Shelton turned around soon after.
Patrick Dodd sang a soulful rendition of ‘Walking in Memphis’ on ‘The Voice’ tonight (April 2) – an appropriate song choice, given that he hails from Memphis, Tenn. His performance caused Shakira to hit her buzzer, followed closely by Adam Levine, and the coaches proceeded to try to win him over.
Week 2 of the blind auditions of 'The Voice' kicked off tonight (April 1) and it boasted the best phrases of the season ... so far. Blake Shelton said he had to contend with "Gusher" in his ear. That was just brilliant! But then Ush suggested that Shelton and Adam Levine get themselves into couple's therapy, which could not have been more astute of an observation.
Cuban singer Monique Abbadie chose to sing Shakira's 'Loca' during the blind audition on 'The Voice' tonight (April 1.) It was brave of her to attempt a coach's song, but big risk means big reward. Her version impressed Shak, who said the singer went more aggressive on the verses, which was unexpected.
Tonight’s episode of ‘The Voice’ (March 26) brought another invigorating round of blind auditions. Each coach needs 12 singers on their team, and it's shaping up to be a very entertaining competition. Read on to find out who joined the ranks of Adam Levine, Usher and Shakira — and how Blake Shelton came away empty-handed.
Hailing from Rexburg, Idaho, Midas Whale (aka Jon Peter Lewis and Ryan Hayes) impressed judges during their blind audition on ‘The Voice’ tonight (March 26) with a striking rendition of Johnny Cash’s ‘Folsom Prison Blues’. The folk duo even received a standing ovation from Usher – but who did they pick as their coach?