Headlines: The Voice 13 Blinds Tape in June, Plus Carrie Underwood, Chris Blue

The Voice Season 13 Blind Auditions are taping on June 26, June 27, June 28, June 29 and June 30. Get your tix HERE.

American Idol 4 Singer Vonzell Solomon Joins Forces with PMJ

Danny Gokey Wins K-Love Fan Award

Chris Blue “gets down to get up” – His mentor Hallerin Hilton Hill suggested that Blue meet Vincent Martin, a trainer and National Sales manager of Legend Fitness. Martin started to train Blue both physically and mentally at Bullman’s Krav Maga in West Knoxville. “My training methods are a little bit different,” said Martin. “We work on spiritual growth. I like to say I microwave people, we cook them from the inside out.” Blue did a variety of workouts designed to push him beyond his limits. Martin said the goal was to stretch him and prepare Blue for a soon-to–be-busy life. – Read more at local8now.com

Kelly Clarkson on Vacation

Kelly Clarkson VS Amy Schumer – Celebrity Family Feud [Preview]

Premieres on June 11

Carrie Underwood attends Stanley Cup Playoffs in Pittsburgh Sunday Night

Carrie’s husband Mike is captain of the Nashville Predators, facing off against current Stanley Cup Champions, Pittsburgh Penguins. Some dude threw a catfish on the ice. Carrie was so proud.

Man hailed as ‘hero’ for throwing catfish onto ice in Pittsburgh for Predators-Penguins – Even though there were stories that fish markets in Pittsburgh were not going to sell catfish to Nashville Predators fans, a catfish landed onto the ice of PPG Paints Arena midway through the second period of Game 1 of the 2017 Stanley Cup Final. Retailers were even going as far as not selling fish to fans with a Tennessee ID. One man, however, was not to be denied. That man was identified by Twitter users at Jacob Waddell, who is from Nolensville according to his social media profile. The catfish appeared to be wrapped in a sticker for Midday 180, a sports radio show in Nashville. The man was escorted out of the arena while wearing a shirt for the same show.

The Penguins won the game 5-3. Preds fans a are mad a the refs, who made a questionable call on a preds goal during the game. After that, the team’s fortunes turned.

Win or lose Carrie’s having a great time.

Jax in her ‘happy place’ with upcoming Jersey show – EAST BRUNSWICK – Jax is in her “happy place.” Coming off a monthlong tour with Postmodern Jukebox and celebrating her 21st birthday in — of all places — New Orleans, the “American Idol” Season XIV finalist is back home and gearing up to do one of her favorite things — play Jersey. “It’s definitely exciting cause it’s ‘hometown,'” she said. “I’m all Jersey’d out for the next two weeks. It’s going to be exciting.” – Read more at MyCentralJersey

J. Lo’s ‘World of Dance’ offers $1-million payoff – Singer-dancer-actress Lopez and her fellow judges, Dancing With the Stars six-time champ Derek Hough and singer-songwriter-dancer NE-YO, are offering a path away from financial struggle with a $1-million prize for the winner. The 10-episode NBC series, with host/mentor Jenna Dewan Tatum, builds off the global World of Dance, which started as a single event in 2008 and is now an international dance movement with video performances that boast 30 million online views per month. The competition will feature a broad range of styles, including hip-hop, ballet and stomping, and dancers from places such as Russia, Japan and Colombia. – Read more at USAToday

Derek Hough Gets ‘Itchy Feet’ Behind Judges’ Desk on World of Dance – The winningest competitor on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars—six mirrorball trophies—cha­-cha’ed his way to the top. Now, Salt Lake City-born Derek Hough, 32, steps behind the judges’ desk for the new Tuesday-night NBC series, World of Dance, which gives dancers from around the world a shot at a $1 million grand prize. How is this different from So You Think You Can Dance? The big difference with this show is that it’s open to the world. We have acts from Colombia, Hong Kong, Japan and all over the United States. Also, it’s different in that we have crews, we have duets and we have soloists. – Read more at Parade.com

World of Dance judges J.Lo, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Ne-Yo, and Derek Hough define their roles – How would you describe each other’s personalities in your respective roles? JENNIFER LOPEZ: We all love dance, we all are performers, and we all are competitive, which you have to be in this business. We come from different backgrounds, so we bring those sensibilities. Some people would say Ne-Yo is tough, Derek is charming, and I’m more compassionate and clear. – Read more at Entertainment Weekly

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