The shockwave from the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School are still reverberating through the entire country, and last night (December 17) “The Voice” paid tribute to the victims with a special performance.
In a heartwarming display of love, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, and Blake Shelton joined with the contestants and hosts to sing “Hallelujah.”
Coming together in the name of their hit NBC show, the coaches of “The Voice” gathered for a photocall at The Grove in Los Angeles, CA on Monday night (November 5).
Sporting her newly pinked up hairdo, Christina Aguilera joined alongside Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine for the press function/taping with co-coaches Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton all made dapper entrances to the red carpet.
He’s made quite a name for himself thanks to his toe-tapping tunes and huge personality, but Cee-Lo Green could be in some serious trouble, as he’s been accused of sexual battery.
According to a report, the “Forget You” singer has been targeted by an unidentified woman who filed a police report claiming that he attacked her at a Los Angeles restaurant. However, Cee Lo insists, “Nothing ever happened [at the restaurant] or anywhere else.”
Following in the footsteps of "American Idol" and "The X-Factor," "The Voice" looks to be shaking things up with a new lineup of cast members.
According to numerous reports, Christina Aguilera will be leaving the competition show at the end of the season, as one source commenting on the departure revealed, "She is taking one season off for her music."
In attempt to draw in more viewers, "The Voice" stars came together to announce format changes for the upcoming season of the NBC show during a press junket and cocktail reception in Los Angeles, California on Sunday (August 12).