The Voice 7 Live Playoffs: Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani to Perform

Who is surprised that The Voice coaches, Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine will be performing their latest singles on the broadcast when the Live Playoffs kick off next week? I knew you weren’t! Maroon 5 will perform “Animals” on Monday November 10, while Gwen Stefani sings “Baby Don’t Lie” on Tuesday November 11.

Next week, The Voice airs for THREE BIG NIGHTS. The Top 20 will sing their hearts out  on Monday and Tuesday for a spot in the finals.  On Wednesday, November 12, the Top 12 will be revealed.

Check out the official NBC press release below.

MAROON 5, GWEN STEFANI TO PERFORM LIVE ON NOV. 10-11 TELECASTS OF NBC’S ‘THE VOICE’
“Animals” and “Baby Don’t Lie” Get Star Treatment as Emmy-Winning Series Heats Up

UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — November 6, 2014 — Supergroup Maroon 5 and coach Gwen Stefani will perform their current hit songs live on the Nov. 10-11 telecasts of NBC’s Emmy Award-winning reality competition series “The Voice.”

Maroon 5, led by “Voice” coach Adam Levine will perform “Animals” on Nov. 10 (8-10 p.m. ET/PT) while Stefani will perform “Baby Don’t Lie” on Nov. 11 (8-9 p.m.).

“Animals,” from the band’s new album “V,” is currently #7 on the Billboard charts.

Maroon 5’s releases have gone gold and platinum in more than 35 countries and has solidified its position as a powerhouse in popular music. They have set an all-time record for the most #1’s (six in total) by a group in the Top 40 chart’s 20-year history. “V,” which featured both the singles “Maps” and “Animals,” was released on Sept. 2 and debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200. In support of the album, the band will kick off a world tour at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Feb. 16, 2015, taking them to 27 cities nationwide and then Europe. For more information of Maroon 5, please visit www.maroon5.com and www.livenation.com

Stefani co-wrote “Baby Don’t Lie” with producers Benny Blanco, Ryan Tedder and Noel Zancanella. It is Stefani’s first solo single since her platinum-plus sophomore album “Sweet Escape” debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Top 200. “Baby Don’t Lie” is available now for digital download.

A three-time Grammy winner, Stefani, who is currently putting the finishing touches on her new album, has achieved worldwide success as a performer, songwriter and recording artist selling more than 30 million albums worldwide with No Doubt and as a multi-platinum solo artist. After the double-platinum No Doubt retrospective “Singles Collection,” featuring the hit “It’s My Life,” Stefani released two highly successful solo albums, ”Love.Angel.Music.Baby” and “The Sweet Escape.” The latter featured hit singles “Rich Girl,” “What Are You Waiting For?,” “Sweet Escape” and “Hollaback Girl,” a No. 1 single that was the first digital download to sell over 1 million copies in the United States. In the fall of 2012 No Doubt released “Push and Shove,” which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Top 200.

Through the season’s opening five weeks, “The Voice” is the #1 reality series in both adults 18-49 and total viewers, with its Monday and Tuesday editions combining to average a 4.3 rating, 13 share in adults 18-49 and 14.0 million viewers overall, according to “most current” figures from Nielsen Media Research. The Monday edition is the #5 entertainment series on the Big 4 networks so far this season with a 4.5 average in 18-49, which combines with “The Blacklist” to make NBC’s Monday the season’s top-rated entertainment lineup on those networks.

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15 Comments

  1. And now the real reason these coaches sign up for the Voice. Time to pimp out their music after getting all this screen time

  2. 2 down, 2 to do. At least they’re getting through it early in the season.

    They finally have lots of alums with legit songs out there. They better not screw them over.

  3. I wouldn’t be surprised if Melanie get’s an invite back with her current success with her EP and the AHS stuff. Jacquie has been doing rather fine too.
    I just want Schuler and Chamuel to be invited back. Loool

  4. Yeah, but you know it never hurts to invite back alumni who are being successful. And Michelle came back s5

  5. Looking forward to it. although I wish that Maroon 5 would perform “Lost Stars” instead of Animal. I know it’s not their current single, but it’s so much better than their two recent singles “Animal” and “Maps”. Either that, or the Adam Gwen duet would have been cool.

    I think it’s fine to let the coaches perform their singles on the show.. I’m actually more annoyed when they use up all their guest spots for established artists, when they should be inviting back more of their own alumni. The Voice is pretty good about inviting back the winners, but they haven’t been generating the best music, so let’s hope that they they bring back more of the other finalists this year. They’d be crazy not to invite Melanie (even though she came in 6th)….She’s been doing very well and an appearance on the Voice would give her the push that she needs. Blake seems to do the best job bringing back people from his team to perform.

  6. The majority of the screen time actually goes towards showing those lengthy contestant video packages. I could do wtih less of those.

  7. The one who could really use a return is RaeLynn. She has a current single that is doing well but could hit a wall. Given how hard it is for females in country music, every extra promotion helps.

  8. Yeah Blake does a good job of that. I want to think the rest would do more of that too, but most of them are cycled in and out so often I don’t really get upset if they don’t.
    Adam is always there and you won’t really see him invite someone back.
    It’s not his job to do that, but with the way he acts so competitive and needy for all these good contestants you’d think he’d at least try.

  9. The last few seasons, they have consistently invited the top 3 from the previous season back to perform. I think it started on season 4 with the finalists from season 3 when Cassadee Pope was the first winner to have a radio single that warranted serious promotion, and Nicholas David, Terry McDermott, and Tony Lucca (season 2, a token team Adam member) performed on a separate program. Before that, I think the return performances were intermittent and I remember seeing some finalists again, but not others.

    I assume they’ll do the same this year, although Josh Kaufman probably won’t have a single to promote yet, and I have no idea what, if anything, Jake Worthington is doing musically. I wonder if Josh will have to sing a song from Pippin? Or if he’ll even have time to fly out to LA for a live taping of The Voice? It might be more feasible if they taped a feature on him prepping for the show and performing on Broadway, and then gave him a performance slot in the spring.

  10. I’m surprised Adam hasn’t gotten more of his contestants back on the show, especially since he has tried to help a number of them post Voice. At the same time, his contestants haven’t had the same kind of success as Blake’s country artists, so maybe that’s the reason. All of the contestants brought back by the Voice were either winners or had a single that showed some charting potential . So far, they’ve invited back Tessanne, Javier, and Will Champlain and Tony Lucca hasll had hat I rrecaull sein gon staine

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