Wednesday, May 9, 2012

The voice winner

  • After Christina Aguilera cat fights, some stellar and not-so-stellar performances, and many more Purrfect moments, The Voice has crowned its Season 2 winner: Jermaine Paul, representing Team Blake.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • NEW YORK (Reuters) - After a season filled with celebrities, suspense, and of course, singing, NBCs popular TV vocal competition The Voice is set to crown a winner on Tuesdays special two-hour finale.
  • (omg! on Yahoo!)
  • The odds may have been the most favorable for Tony Lucca going into the finale of Season 2 of The Voice, but after all the votes were counted, the odd-on favorite barely made it into third place.
  • (Examiner)
  • Jermaine Paul came out on top as the winner of the second season of NBC's The Voice. Paul, a former backup singer, was a member of country star Blake Shelton's team and was considered an underdog.
  • (The Celebrity
  • The Voice crowned Jermaine Paul the winner of its second season during Tuesday nights live finale broadcast of the NBC reality singing competition.
  • (Reality TV World)
  • Jermaine Paul may have won "The Voice" based on his singing last night, but he said it was his athletic training that got him to the finish line.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • She called me onstage, Paul said after the show of Keys, whose manager is Pauls close friend. She was screaming at the top of her lungs. She made me feel like a million bucks.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • It began with Jermaine assembling the motley crew of James Massone, Pip, and Jamar Rogers for the Jackson 5 hit I Want You Back.
  • (MSN TV)
  • NBC brought home a healthy victory Tuesday night, with the two-hour season finale of The Voice topping all other broadcasts among adults 18-to-49. Fast affiliate ratings gave the crowning of winner Jermaine Paul a 4.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • America voted, and The Voice winner has been chosen. The man with The Voice is 33-year-old family man Jermaine Paul from Team Blake Shelton. Before the show, Jermaine sang background for Alicia Keys. Now, he is clearly in the foreground.
  • (USA Today)

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