Nearly every time Judith Hill performed on the fourth season of The Voice last year, the judges insisted the Los Angeles singer-songwriter would have a lengthy and rewarding career in the spotlight regardless of the show's outcome. Though Hill, a former backup singer for Michael Jackson, was an early favorite to win her season, she ended up being eliminated after a stellar performance of Will.i.am's "#thatPOWER" (blame it on the hashtag). But fans need not worry: You'll be seeing a lot of her...Read Full Story
(NBC) Adam Levine is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. Yes, the Maroon 5 frontman is under fire for a silly joke he made during The Voice eliminations, when he muttered "I hate this country" to the shock and dismay of some patriotic viewers. But Levine is likely much more upset about what actually transpired after his comment, when his wildly talented contestants Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons were sent home.No one expected this outcome, least of all Adam Levine. "I'm sad...Read Full Story
On Tuesday night's episode of The Voice, the final eight were narrowed down to a very strong six. New judges Shakira and Usher faced harsh odds going in, as each of them only had one contestant in the competition. Did competitors Sasha Allen and Michelle Chamuel pull through? Read on to find out!The night's first performance belongs to Sheryl Crow, who is joined under some very glitzy chandeliers by Team Blake's Holly Tucker, Danielle Bradbery, and the Swon Brothers for a performance of her...Read Full Story
(NBC)When it leaked that powerhouse vocalist Judith HIll would be treating the audience on Monday night's episode of The Voice to a cover of "#thatPOWER" by will.i.am featuring Justin Bieber, there was consternation. Hill, one of the most established competitors on the show's fourth season, didn't seem the type to rip into an electro-pop tune, but that was the point: She wanted to prove to everyone that she can do just about whatever she wants, and do it like an artist. With big, towering...Read Full Story
The performances on Monday night's episode of The Voice determined once and for all just which contestants would head into the quarter finals. Going in, veteran coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton face the best odds with three artists apiece still in the running, while Usher and Shakira's teams have both dwindled down to one.
Kicking things off this Memorial Day is Blake Shelton, who performs his hit "Boys 'Round Here" with Gwen Sebastian and reminds everyone that Miranda Lambert is a very...Read Full Story
Relatively unknown singer Judith Hill led the final song at Michael Jackson's memorial service, singiong "Heal the World." Hill was scheduled to be a backup singer for Michael Jackson's planned "This Is It!" concerts.