On last night’s episode of ‘The Voice,’ the Top 12 singers performed for America’s votes, and tonight (May 14), the Top 10 were revealed. The air conditioning was up and running again, which meant that the coaches and contestants were much more comfortable than they were last night – and that Usher kept his shirt on.
Oops! Butter smooth, blue-eyed soul crooner and 'Duets' star Robin Thicke smashed his swanky black convertible Porsche into a parked car on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood last night (July 10.) Jeez, does Thicke need some driving lessons? Was he under the influence, as if often the case in these types of incidents? As it turns out, the answer is "no." It wasn't Thicke's fault.
On tonight's (June 28) episode of 'Duets,' the always fabulously coiffed Robin Thicke and his sole remaining singing partner Olivia Chisholm (and her miles of legs) teamed up for a sensual and sultry version of Lady Antebellum's mega smash 'Need You Now,' which Thicke deemed one of the best songs of the new millennium. The ep is focusing on songs of this particular period in music history, so there you have it.
So it's 2012 and we still haven't fully come to terms with the fact that Will Smith has gone all Scientologist on us. Like, the Fresh Prince practicing Scientology -- the same thing cray cray Tom Cruise brags about -- 1992 Will Smith is probably hanging his head in shame back in West Philadelphia.
Last week, Olivia Chisholm found herself in the bottom two and had to sing for her life on the show. She made it to this week, but she knew she had to work to avoid ending up in that position again. That's why her choice of 'Stayin' Alive' by the BeeGees from the film 'Saturday Night Fever' was, well, perfect.
Robin Thicke was a (wo)man down on 'Duets.' With his team member Alexis Foster eliminated last week, it was up to Thicke and last woman standing, er, singing Olivia Chisholm to keep him active in the competition. On tonight's episode (June 13), the superstars and their amateur partners were asked to sing party songs, so Thicke and Chisholm partnered up for Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together.'