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Blake Shelton is using his position on The Voice to showcase the video to his latest song. He will release the world premiere of his latest music video “Honey Bee” on NBC.com starting at 8 a.m. Tuesday. Fans can access the full music video Tuesday at http://nbc.com/the-voice. "The Voice" will be back on NBC tonight. It will be a big night on “The Voice” because fellow Oklahoma country star Reba McEntire will join Shelton on the reality TV show. After two weeks of blind auditions, the battle rounds are beginning. Each coach gets to bring in an experienced adviser, and Shelton has wisely chosen Reba to help him build up his team.
That missing hand chair featuring images of Keith Urban is now back where it should be. The chair, more of a sculpture, was stolen from it's cement base outside the hair salon Urban Style in Eau Claire Wisconsin 2 weeks ago. Monday morning a young man returned the hand chair, saying he saw the statue in the street near the salon, and thought it had been thrown out. Other than a few nicks, the statue is still in good shape. The man turned down the reward being offered by Keith Urban, four tickets and VIP passes to any stop on his current tour, plus $200.
Miranda Lambert banned Blake Shelton from saying anything about the couple's wedding this weekend after hearing Blake say that he wanted a red velvet cat shaped groom's cake and he was going to chop of the head and eat it. Blake admits that as a guy he isn't interested in the wedding details, “Every wedding I’ve ever gone to I’ve either fallen asleep or … was playing Angry Birds on my phone. Even if it’s your wedding and you’re a guy, it’s boring,” Blake said.
Brad Paisley has always had a soft spot for Alabama – both the band and the state – and now he's coming to the aid of people in the south who have had their lives turned upside down by the devastating tornados there. Paisley, 38, has decided to donate all artist royalties of digital singles sales in the U.S. from his current hit song, "Old Alabama," to tornado relief via the American Red Cross.
There was a little tension on the homefront for newlyweds Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher. Mike's hockey team, The Predators, is in contention for the Stanley Cup and thanks to a pact by the team players, he grew a beard that had to remain during the play-offs. Carrie says, "We're almost at the point where we're having kissing refusal, because it hurts! It hurts my face." Carrie will be relieved. The Predators were beaten by Vancouver in the playoffs Monday night. Now the beard can be shaved off.
Carrie Underwood is paying attention to American Idol. "I think they have a really eclectic group of contestants this year, and I dig the judges," gushes the 'Idol' Season 4 champ. "They're doing a good job. They're staying positive and I like that. Kids need to be encouraged." While she won't reveal her personal favorite, she does admit she is rooting for someone specific. "I never support anyone publicly. I voted last night, by the way," she acknowledges. "The girls are doing such a great job ... It's cool to see them. And there are some youngsters, and you're watching them grow up in a few months."
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