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The Voice 2

The Voice’s winner ironically has trouble speaking, singing during the show’s finale

The Voice ended its disappointing and problematic second season as former backup singer Jermaine Paul won the show’s prize, separated by only four percentage points from runner-up Juliet Simms. Carson Daly only mentioned percentage points instead of actual vote totals, probably because the latter would have been embarrassing. Just one-quarter of a percentage point separated …

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The Voice’s first results show: between Idol’s tedium and SYTYCD’s awesomeness

The Voice aired its first real results show last night, and the result was something in between the tedium and awfulness of American Idol‘s typically bloated results shows and the entertaining hour of television that always is So You Think You Can Dance‘s results shows–although I should have written “was,” since SYTYCD’s results have been …

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Too many ads drag out a strong start to The Voice’s second season

After the Super Bowl ended with some hard-to-top drama and suspense, The Voice‘s second season began somewhat abruptly, about 10 minutes before its scheduled start. Its blind auditions were as entertaining as ever, except that they came in-between a barrage of ads that seemed excessive even after having just watched the Super Bowl. After nearly …

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