‘The Voice’ Q&A: If the Coaches Were Contestants – The Voice is returning for a 12th season, and that means the return of lovebirds Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton, who met on the show during Season 7, became a couple during Season 9, and have continued their romance offscreen during the past year. Yahoo Music’s Reality Rocks sat down with Gwen, Blake, returning coach Alicia Keys, and original coach Adam Levine to get their take on the new season — and put them in the (red, spinning) hot seat about the choices they’d make if they were contestants themselves. And of course, hilarity ensued. Enjoy more of their banter when The Voice Season 12 premieres this Monday. – Read more at Yahoo.com
Blake Shelton’s mission on The Voice: Keep country music alive – “If I can have one little blip on the radar of keeping country music in the mainstream, then nothing could make me more proud,” Shelton said during a break from taping “The Voice.” “There’s been a lot that’s happened in country music, and it’s had a lot of impact for decades and decades. It’s great to be a part of the reminder and the tradition of that.” – Read more at The Tennessean
Oscars’ Second Snafu: In Memoriam Segment Showed Still-Alive Producer – As some in the Australian film industry were celebrating two Oscar wins for Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge, others were lamenting another Oscar snafu. In the annual In Memoriam segment, a photo of veteran Australian film producer Jan Chapman was mistakenly used instead of that of her late friend and colleague Janet Patterson.
The intensely private Patterson died in Sydney in October. Chapman, as noted by friends, is very much alive and well, working in Sydney, most recently producing The Daughter, starring Geoffrey Rush, and hit thriller The Babadook. – Read more at The Hollywood Reporter
Oscars Name Wrong Best Picture Winner: A Play-by-Play of the Epic Mix-Up – The Oscars saw its biggest screw-up ever in the final minutes of Sunday night’s show when La La Land was incorrectly named the winner of best picture instead of actual winner Moonlight. Here’s a play-by-play of how the epic TV moment went down. – Read more at The Hollywood Reporter
Nicole Kidman on How Being a Mom Impacted her Role in “Lion”
Nicole Kidman (nominated for Best Supporting Actress) and her husband Keith Urban were front and center at last night’s Oscars. Ryan Seacrest interviewed her for E from the red carpet.
Worlds Collide! The Voice 9 and American Idol 9 singers Barrett Baber and Crystal Bowersox Songwriting Session!
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