Going by the reaction alone, you're forgiven if you thought Christina Aguilera was the only star of "The Voice" to make an appearance this weekend.
The singer/actress turned several heads at NBC's press conference at the TCAs on Saturday, an event she attended along with her co-stars/co-coaches Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine.
Fans of "The Voice" might want to enjoy judge Shakira while they can.
According to Deadline.com, sources are saying the Latina singer will be vacating her chair for the return of original judge, Christina Aguilera.
If you don’t have anything nice to say about Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine doesn’t want you to say it at all.
The Maroon 5 singer recently stood up for his fellow “Voice” coach at a press event in New York, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
With more than a decade in show business under her belt, Christina Aguilera is all too familiar with the criticism that comes with being in the spotlight.
While speaking at the winter Television Critics Association press event for her NBC singing competition "The Voice," Aguilera said snide remarks about her weight aren't bringing her down.
"Women, we are definitely under a microscope and under massive scrutiny," the 31-year-old singer told the press. "As long as I am happy in my own skin, that is all the confirmation I need."
Kelly Osbourne is still going after Christina Aguilera. Us Weekly reports that Osbourne slammed the pop star’s size on Friday’s episode of “Fashion Police.”
The cast was criticizing Xtina's Michael Jackson tribute concert ensemble when Kelly brought up the singer's weight. "She called me fat for years," Kelly said. "I was never that fat."
Co-star George Kotsiopoulos gave 30-year-old Christina the benefit of the doubt, blaming her bodysuit and commenting that she was "still probably a size 2/4." Kelly disagreed. "Trust me," she said. "I'm a 2/4. That is not a 2/4."
Well, well, well - it looks like good things do come to those who wait! Just ask "The Voice" season one winner Javier Colon. He was voted winner of the competition last night on the season finale after years of unsuccessful record deals.
Right after his win he told CNN: "I was expecting that Carson would call Dia's [Frampton] name and I was just prepared to hug her and tell her that I loved her. But then he called my name and I was just not expecting it."
Part of the reason why Javier was not expecting to hear his name was because he had experienced a long list of disappointments, so he says he learned to never expect success. "Going into this show I learned to keep my expectations low and to not really have expectations at all," he said.
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