Attention super fans! For our latest reader's poll, we want to know which artist has the absolute best fan base. Many pop performers have astoundingly loyal fans (some referred to as "Stans" a la the Eminem song of the same name), who provide a constant means of support and love for the singer themselves. So, out of the 12 most distinct fan bases we've narrowed it down to, which one do you think is the best in their unwavering adoration for a specific pop star?
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Episode six of NBC’s ‘Smash,’ titled 'Chemistry,' skyrocketed off with Ivy (Megan Hilty) having problems with her voice. Karen (Katharine McPhee) and Eileen (Anjelica Houston) are having money issues, while Tom (Christian Borle), Derek (Jack Davenport) and Julia (Debra Messing) are at each others’ throats due to the incomplete script. During rehearsal Ivy has a hard time hitting the high notes, croaking through them painfully just in time for Eileen to walk in. Welcome to show business!
Tonight's episode of 'The Voice' (March 12) marked the second week of the heated battle rounds. It's murder on the coaches, who are forced to pit two of their own team members against one another and then choose which one they want to keep and which one they want to send home. It's difficult and they agonize over it. This week, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine chose to send contestants with similarities into battle, while Cee Lo Green shook things up and paired singers that couldn't be more different.
After Lee Koch and Lindsey Pavao finished singing Nirvana's 'Heart Shaped Box' on 'The Voice' Monday night, all four coaches just sort of tilted their heads and said "Huh?" Christina Aguilera's contestants rearranged the early 90s rock song into something Bella and Edward would karaoke in a 'Twilight' movie.
Adam Levine picked a battle that pit experience against youthful enthusiasm. 50-year old Kim Yarbrough battled Whitney Myer and had to sing 'No More Drama' by Mary J. Blige. The winner of this battle will be one of the favorites this season on 'The Voice' . Levine knew that this would be a hard decision and stated, "They have to beat each other to win."
Cee Lo Green chose Rod Stewart's 'Stay With Me' for Juliet Simms, who is gritty, gravelly and essentially a female version of the British singer, and Sarah Golden, who gives unexpected songs a folky twist with her voice for the battle round on tonight's (March 12) episode of 'The Voice.' At first, it seemed like Simms had a distinct and decided edge since the song played to her strengths as a rocker, but Cee Lo said that Golden could be the dark horse because he knew she could sing this song.