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On Tuesday night’s episode of The Voice, two more singers went home, leaving a freshly minted top eight. EW spoke with one of the eliminees today, folk-rock power singer, Austin Jenckes, about his thoughts on the controversial Twitter instant save, what his Coach Blake Shelton is like off-camera, grooming that beard of his, and who he thinks will win the competition.
Check out our Q&A with Jenckes after the jump.
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[SPOILER ALERT!!! Read on only if you have already seen Tuesday night's eliminations round.]
The second night The Voice used the Twitter instant save, there were some singers we normally never see near the bottom. Read on to find out who won’t be joining the remaining top eight artists….
Former pro and current scruff-less stranger Maksim “This Is My Show” Chmerkovskiy returned to the ballroom to guest-judge tonight’s season 17 semifinals. The stage directors wisely nestled Maks’ prize-winning buns between between Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, allowing for prime reaction shots to Grumpy and Dopey along with minimal splash-annoyance from Weepy (Carrie Ann Inaba) two seats away.
See a collection of Maks’ best visual moments below….
SPOILER ALERT. Following Monday’s “Plugged/Unplugged” semifinal performances — guest-judged with flair and precision by former pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy — one of Dancing With the Stars‘ top five couples has been eliminated. That couple is…. coming up, after the break! READ FULL STORY
It’s a night of firsts — the first-ever “Plugged/Unplugged” night plus Maksim Chmerkovskiy’s first time as guest judge! Dancing With the Stars‘ most vocal and controversial pro will be tossing out critiques alongside Carrie Ann, Len, and Bruno (how will there be room behind that measly table for so many abs?!) as the five remaining couples dance two different styles. READ FULL STORY
There were two Tribal Councils on tonight’s episode of Survivor, yet because the show was restocking Redemption Island, that meant nobody was actually eliminated when all was said and done. My full recap will be up at midnight (UPDATE: Dalton’s full Survivor recap is live), but if you want to know the particulars or sound off on what happened, read on for more. [SPOILER ALERT: Read on if only if you have already watched Wednesday’s episode of Survivor: Blood vs. Water.] READ FULL STORY
Leah Remini, Henry Byalikov, and Tony Dovolani put their finest Wacky Lady, Old Guy, and Flair Monster impressions to work as they deftly spoofed Dancing With the Stars judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli in a jive trio on Monday’s Week 9 performance show (read my full recap here).
See the bizarro world in action, plus a collection of Tony-oli’s cheekiest moves, below: READ FULL STORY
Six stars remained, and head judge Len Goodman returned, tragically not wearing one of Cher’s discarded costumes from her bleep-inducing stint as guest judge last week. (Did you know Len’s on Twitter as “@GrumpyLGoodman“? I’m a bit disappointed he didn’t go with his vanity license plate, DANCMSTR, instead.)
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