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'The Voice' Coaches Sing Medley of Each Other's Hit Songs - WATCH NOW!

'The Voice' Coaches Sing Medley of Each Other's Hit Songs - WATCH NOW!

Check out a sneak peek of the coaches of The VoiceAdam Levine, Usher, Shakira, and Blake Shelton – singing a medley of each other’s hit songs during the sixth season premiere of the hit reality competition series!

The coaches started the performance with “Whenever Wherever,” “Boys ‘Round Here”, “Love Somebody,” and closed with “Without You.” Watch the video below!

Shakira and Usher are returning as coaches for their second season after taking a break for the fifth season of the hit show. We’re so excited!

It was recently announced that Cee Lo Green will not be coming back as a coach on the show during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

In case you didn’t know, The Voice is set to return for it’s sixth season on Monday (February 24) on NBC at 8 pm EST/PST.

WHAT DO YOU THINK of the coaches medley of each other’s songs?


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16 Responses to “'The Voice' Coaches Sing Medley of Each Other's Hit Songs - WATCH NOW!”

  1. 1
    Miley Says:

    What hit? Shakira sings like a drunk camel she always has to collaborate with more successful artists to sell her crappy noise.

  2. 2
    lexie Says:

    i really don’t like the voice with usher as a coach

  3. 3
    Cris Says:

    Great, now I need a full version of Maroon 5 singing Without You. Adam killed it!!! :)

  4. 4
    Marnie Says:

    @Miley: I know right this illegal trying to judge American talent for Americans. Revoke her Green Card and send her packing. By the way, Shakira is Arab & Italian and she made sure she married a white European too boot!

  5. 5
    Erin Says:

    She’s Colombian (born and raised), she’s Lebanese, Spanish and Italian. She’s also very talented, and just because you don’t like her voice doesn’t mean she isn’t. You do not make up the majority. Also, the accent to her unique voice tends to come out more when she sings in English and is much more balanced when she sings in Spanish. A lot of people have trouble accepting her unique voice because they’re too busy jamming out to the mediocre sounds of the bubblegum pop voices the radio shoves down our throats. Your name brings to mind the warm nasal congested voice of Miley Cyrus. That girl needs to have her adenoids removed or say “Hello” to Mr. Sudafed.

  6. 6
    Erin Says:

    @Miley: She’s Colombian (born and raised), she’s Lebanese, Spanish and Italian. She’s also very talented, and just because you don’t like her voice doesn’t mean she isn’t. You do not make up the majority. Also, the accent to her unique voice tends to come out more when she sings in English and is much more balanced when she sings in Spanish. A lot of people have trouble accepting her unique voice because they’re too busy jamming out to the mediocre sounds of the bubblegum pop voices the radio shoves down our throats. Your name brings to mind the warm nasal congested voice of Miley Cyrus. That girl needs to have her adenoids removed or say “Hello” to Mr. Sudafed.

  7. 7
    Ben Says:

    Adam can’t carry a tune în a bucket and he is coaching peeps who actually have talent! LOL

  8. 8
    seriously Says:

    shakira always sounds like she’s gargling, let’s be honest, she’s never had a nice sounding voice. and Erin, if you knew any better about Latin singers (which I hope you do), there are way better Spanish female singers than shakira that deserve as much exposure in the states like she has, pretty selfish to know that the American music industry only considers her as the best Spanish singer in the US when many in central and South America know that she is nowhere near a strong vocalist. all shakira had to do was dye her hair blonde to Americanize her and shake her a$$ continuously to distract from her weird voice.

  9. 9
    Taking-A-Break Says:

    I don’t dislike Shakira and Usher, but this show isn’t any good without Christina & Cee Lo. I when I say “Christina & Cee Lo”, I really mean Christina. Blake is funny, put I only tune in in hopes of hearing Christina sing.

  10. 10
    Ford Says:

    If she is part Italian and Arab she is not an illegal only hispanics can be illegal.

  11. 11
    kate Says:

    @Cris: Agreed! Loved his part :)

  12. 12
    Lea Says:

    Loved Adam Levine’s version of Without you!! I want the full song!!

  13. 13
    Erin Says:

    @seriously: I’m fairly well educated with Latin singers and I wholeheartedly agree with you about there being other singers who need exposure, but I wouldn’t place blame on Shakira for succeeding. I would shame the industry for not being well-rounded and open minded. I feel as though much like beauty, music is subjective. Everyone sees and hears things differently and you shouldn’t knock her voice just because it’s different. I think Shakira is very talented and she may not have the best voice in the world, but that doesn’t mean she’s not a good entertainer and musician. It also doesn’t mean she doesn’t have a great ear for talent. As you feel about Latin singers not getting the same attention, I feel the same way about the Barbie girls with medicore voices in America who rise to pop stardom constantly. I actually think Miley Cyrus has a good singing voice for Country music only, but I don’t think she has a pop voice…and I think she has a nasal problem. I personally love Shakira’s music, her style, and her personality (I have since the 90s) and I love how she coaches on this show. I love how she cares about her team and I think she’s great on the show. Do I think she’s even in the Top 10 of best singers? No. But, is she talented? Heck yes.

  14. 14
    Erin Says:

    @seriously: mediocre* and FYI: I miss her darker hair and I agree that the blonde hair is a marketing tool that I wish she didn’t feel that she needed.

  15. 15
    Erin Says:

    @Miley: To your comments about “hits”, Shakira’s crossover album here back in the early 00s had quite a few hits on mainstream radio. That’s pretty much when America first got into her (Whenever, Wherever – Objection – and Underneath Your Clothes). They were definite hits for her. If you don’t know them, you probably weren’t old enough.

  16. 16
    Anna Says:

    @Ben: You are just totally wrong. Listen to some of his covers of, for instance, Frank Sinatra. And he is the first one to claim that he’s not the greatest of vocalists. He is modest and actually UNDERstates his vocal ability. Your comment just shows that you have not listened to his songs and Maroon 5 hits.

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