‘The Voice’ contestant Davon Fleming to sing national anthem at Ravens game – The homecoming celebration for Baltimore singer Davon Fleming continues, as “The Voice” star is scheduled to sing the national anthem before the Ravens regular-season finale Sunday. Fleming will sing the “Star-Spangled Banner” before the Ravens take on the Bengals at 4:25 p.m. Sunday. It will be the first Ravens game he has attended, according to the team’s website. – Read more at Baltimore Sun
The Voice Season 5 Alum Matthew Schuler Teases New Music
Soooo the first single off of my NEW EP comes out #nextfriday #jan5th it’s called “Here’s to You” and I’m so stinkin’ hype. Here’s a sneak peak at the lyric video #BabyStepsEP #Herestoyou #Happynewyears ???? pic.twitter.com/VoXsfYiB6q
— Matthew Schuler (@MatthewSchuler_) December 31, 2017
The Voice season 8 alum Joshua Davis and Wife Welcome a Baby Boy
Joshua Davis, The Voice season 8 second runner-up, announced the birth of his son, Reuben Sparrow Davis on December 28. It’s a bittersweet story though, as Joshua lost his father, Glen Davis, on December 21.
Reuben Sparrow Davis – born in the early morning hours on December 28. Healthy, happy and so sweet, we absolutely adore him. I can already sense some of my dad’s gentle spirit in this little guy. I’m floored by my wife’s superhuman strength and focus and grateful to everyone at Munson’s birthing center – an amazing team. I also feel so thankful to this community for the outpouring of love over the past couple weeks. What a rollercoaster. Lots of love to you and yours here at the tail end of this wild year. Thank you for all you do. Love, JD.
Carson Daly Explains Why There is no NBC New Years Special for 2018
New Year’s Eve Fell on a Sunday, hence Sunday Night Football preempted the special. However, the NFL announced on Christmas day that the game was cancelled. Whoops. Now NBC affiliates are stuck with re-runs and local programming. Not that Carson didn’t try to get something together at the last minute…
Our #newyearseve show got preempted (taken off) for regular Sunday night NFL game on NBC b/c NYeve falls on a Sunday, makes sense. But then, NFL cancels the NBC prime time game. Announced Christmas am. (mon) By tues I’m trying to get my show back on but I’m told on wed that there’s not enough time. SO, for only the 2nd time since 1998 I will not be in #timessquare.#bummed
How Katharine McPhee is showing her secret dark side – When we first met Katharine McPhee back in 2006 — the year the Sherman Oaks, Calif., native was voted runner-up on “American Idol” — the young singer, then 22 years old, was the picture of a wholesome good girl: frumpy jacket and jeans, sweet smile, hometown honey by her side and performing golden oldies such as “Someone To Watch Over Me” and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” What a difference a decade makes. – Read more at Page Six