Taylor Swift and Carly Rae Jepsen ruled the charts in 2012. Their catchy choruses were earworms for many of us, Tony Lucca being no exception. “My God, I think when we look back at 2012 […]
While he admits he hates to be the Grinch, Tony Lucca is not a fan of holiday music. “The one thing I look forward to with New Year’s is the end of holiday music,” he […]
“I think Kelly Clarkson really proved herself to be a career-long artist. She really handled her early work with grace and still stays relevant and works with great people and gets songs consistently out there.”
“If it doesn’t make you uneasy it’s probably not worth doing.”
“So far it’s watching his competitive spirit rise to the occasion . . . he’s going to be like a bulldog going after the best possible opportunities to help me succeed.”
“If Adam hadn’t turned around I was hoping that maybe Blake would have.”
Justin Timberlake and Adam Levine may be Tony Lucca fans, but this season on The Voice it seemed like judge Christina Aguilera was not.
The Voice ended things on a high note last night when host Carson Daly revealed Jermaine Paul as the winner.
Looks like the Wanted may not be the only ones who think Christina Aguilera could benefit from a semester at charm school.
We’re down to the final episode of The Voice and the pressure seems to be getting to the coaches more than the contestants. Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine bickered all night long, with a boatload of snide remarks and even a strategic wardrobe change. Cee Lo Green got feisty post-show on Twitter…you won’t believe what he said about his fellow coaches!
The drama reached a full-on fever pitch last night on The Voice as we finally found out which four contestants will represent coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, and Blake Shelton in the finale episode.
After last night’s dramatic instant elimination, it was time for America to weigh in on who should continue to the semi-finals.