The Voice is back and it hasn't lost it's appeal with viewers. According to ratings data released Tuesday, Monday's season premiere was a winner with over 14 million viewers tuning in!
"Let There Be Love" singer Christina Aguilera says returning to "The Voice" Monday night was like a "first day back at school."
Christina Aguilera wants people to be more of a solution and not part of the problem, by recognizing the reality that nearly 1 billion people go hungry around the world everyday.
Christina Aguilera says age and experience has paid off because now she feels "sexier than ever" and knows exactly what she wants.
Christina Aguilera is really excited about returning to NBC's "The Voice." In an extended trailer for the upcoming season, Aguilera and her fellow coaches, Adam Levine, Cee-Lo Green and Blake Shelton, talk about the new season and what it's like to reunite after a season apart.
Christina Aguilera is not only busy coaching for the new season of NBC's "The Voice," the powerhouse singer is busy writing for her next studio album.
Christina Aguilera reveals the brand new music video for her inspirational, fun record "Let There Be Love." The uplifting track appears on the powerhouse vocalist's latest album, Lotus, released last November.
Singer and songwriter Ed Sheeran is slated to join Christina Aguilera on NBC's The Voice as a guest mentor next season, but Aguilera doesn't only want to collaborate on the competition show alone.
"The Voice" is a huge success on television, but has it produced a winner that goes on to enjoy success like chart-topping singles and accolades, such as Grammy Awards? At this point, the answer is no. Taking on critics of the show and its ability to produce a legitimate star, Christina Aguilera says success doesn't happen overnight or right away. It takes time
Christina Aguilera is not only looking good and back at work on "The Voice," she's feeling grateful to Shakira for doing a solid job in her place.