One more episode, everyone.
Yes, even TV executives get it right sometimes (except when they don't).
We're down to the top three after last night's episode.
We are down to the top five, my friends, and what a top five they are!
They should sing more Madonna on this show.
The Swon Brothers were joined by a ragtag group of cancan dancers.
Why does America hate originality and talent?
Blake Shelton sang a Run DMC–style rap to start the show. It was extremely slow.
What an upset!
We're down to the top ten, everyone.
And bringing back its original lineup this fall, too.
Last Night on Late Night: William Shatner, Billy Dee Williams Pitched J.J. Abrams Star Wars Story Lines
Plus: Usher judged Nick Offerman's performance of his "Rainbow Song" for Megan Mullally, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Adam Levine, on a rug, singing the Cure.
We're down to the top twelve singers.
Parenthood is also moving.
Shakira and Usher took their responsibilities very seriously.
Part two of the live playoffs, with a fantastic performance by Blake Shelton and Shakira.
The live rounds are finally here. And there are training montages.
Some signs of hope, but still so many problems.
Gavin DeGraw proves one contestant's downfall.
The knockout rounds have finally commenced.
A genuinely exciting episode of The Voice.
Plus: David Letterman mocked Ryan Lochte for the social conscientiousness he assigned to WWRLD, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Never forget the fun we had during the blind auditions.