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  1. #BB21 http://bit.ly/2mRIdQA Holly says she probably didn't win because her game was too low key. She tried to take big shots when she had to but the jury didn't understand the moves she was making behind the scenes for her and Jackson. I don' think anyone would have won sitting next to Michie. Her showmance helped her game because she and Michie kept winning back to back HoH. We were power players together and that helped her game. She promised herself to not get into a showmance unless it helped her game. Her smartest game move was separating herself from the Six Shooters. It led to getting to a Final 3 with Cliff and Nicole. After the Day 44 blowup, we sank to the bottom of the alliance and were public enemy #1. Her goal was to avoid the block entirely but it was her social game, being authentic and genuine with everyone, building real relationships, that kept her off the block for 82 days. And it helped that Michie and I were in power for much of the summer. I figured I would only go up on the block against him so I kept others at a distance. Sometimes I felt like a third wheel next to Michie and the watermelons. He's very passionate about the things he's passionate. They are taking their relationships day-by-day. Friends regardless, and they have some travels and adventures planned, and after that, they'll see. No, the best player didn't win BB21 because I lost. My pride says no, but being realistic, Jackson is an animal. He plowed through comps and is brilliant. I am proud of the game I played, but anyone next to him would have lost. #BB21 http://bit.ly/2mOwcvl I was shocked to win BB21. There were a lot of emotions - happiness, sadness, fear, everything in between. I had a goal to exit with confetti. Now that I've had a chance to reflect, the happiness is coming to the surface. It was an experience that I'm thankful for, and the $500k doesn't hurt. I'm going to save and invest the money. As Zingbot said, it's chess, not checkers, and I'm trying to set myself up for success in life and look long term. Trips here and there, and I need to get a car because I totaled mine 2 weeks before coming in here. Ultimately it is going to my family and me. I don't know how many watermelons I ate during the season, but one summer in college, from May to August, my mom tracked my eating 126 watermelons. That's more than this summer. If you think you can break that record, give it your best shot. If Tommy had 16 more hours, he would have stayed instead of Holly, so lying about him was a snap decision that had to be done. It was game move - I couldn't sit back and let her get evicted. It would have been hard on a personal level but a bad game move - it would have been 3 against 1. There's nothing I wouldn't do for Holly inside these walls or outside. My future with Holly is just like in this house. We are two very individual people who love and care about each other, but also respectful of the different lives we live. Our lives are top priority to each other and I want her to be happy more than anything. Where our lives can come together logistically and coincide, that's great. But if not, she'll always have a place in my heart and be my best friend. If she ends up dating other people, I've told her her new boyfriend will have to deal with me being her best friend. I'm going to go celebrate because I just won Big Brother 21.
  2. http://bit.ly/2mRlV1m The HG are answering questions in the BY. First up is Jess. In 3 words, Jess described her BB experience as insane, intense and rewarding. She cannot describe how amazing the experience was to represent a type of person not represented in mainstream media very often. She is physically active and wanted to kick but. The worst game move of the season was Nicole taking out Tommy. She should have aligned with others in the house but it's hard to make alliances with people who don't want to make alliances with you, so she focused on personal relationships. She has no regrets and wouldn't change her game other than to lie a little more and deceive people. She didn't realize how many HG were lying. Jackson wasn't the best player, he was a great player, but there were strengths in what Holly did. This wasn't America's Best Comp winner. http://bit.ly/2mLMWn6 Kat is next to answer questions. The funniest HG was Nicole. Everything about playing BB surprised her, she thought she had everything figured out and she knew nothing. She would do a lot over again differently. Everybody was conspiring against her, or strategically telling some truths. It was a relief to get evicted. Comps don't mean much to me and Holly was playing Jackson's social game. Plus he made such controversial statements. I would have rather seen Nicole, Holly or my dog win. http://bit.ly/2lGCxch Analyse is next. Her BB experience was so fun - not much game and wish she could have stayed in longer to show her cards. Huge emotional roller coaster but she's so glad she did it. She doesn't know what will happen with Jack - they will see what happens with a long distance relationship. They did grow a lot closer in the Jury House in an unstressful situation. One of the best players won BB - Nicole played a really great game too. I came to understand her strategy during the Round Table. http://bit.ly/2mRJLdi Tommy grabs the mic next. I can't believe we're here on Finale Night. That's insane. As soon as I got evicted, I told Jackson he got him. It was ultimately why he voted for Jackson to win, I realized he was more than just comps. Choreographing the house dance was hard - not everyone wanted to do it. But they all did that was the highlight of my BB experience. I thought everyone was onto me and Christie - shocked that nobody was. Tommy says he's hearing there's a meme of him telling Christie she can look at him and see home. The funniest moment in the BB21 House was when Bella was changing the guys' diapers. Never laughed so hard in my life. Will tell family I hope I made them proud when I see them. Absolutely the best player won BB21. He was well-rounded player. Thank you so much to CBS, the fans, I remember being a fan and wanting to be on the show so much. If you dream of being a HG, go to the open calls. That's how I did it. It can happen. http://bit.ly/2mQQunS Nicole in the BY says she didn't win because she brought a showmance to the F3 like an idiot. If she coudld go back, she would evict Holly instead of Tommy but who knows, maybe Tommy would have broken up Nicole and Cliff. You never know. But I'd like to see what might have happened. For my students, I'd talk about the clowns, pies, and that it's important in life to try new things, don't hurt others, don't be afraid to be different. Funniest moment was pie week, hitting Michie with the pie. Clown night wasn't funny at the time but looking back, it was still not funny. I've learned the importance of practicing what I preached, embracing my quirk and being funny. I learned to love myself. The best player did win BB21. Game play, strategy, he was a manipulator. I knew he was lying about Tommy and I still kept Holly. Time and time again, he blew everyone out of the water with comps. Third place, America's favorite, I cannot thank you enough! http://bit.ly/2lSXP6h Jack got to spend a ton of time with Analyse in the house and he's super crazy about her and can't wait to spend time with her outside the house. He would take back telling everyone on Day 44 that Jackson said Kat and Holly knew each other because it was Tommy and Christie! Staying in shape in the BB House is hard because you only get a couple days a week in the BY. It all starts in the KT - you have to eat well. Cliff, Nicole and Sam could have won if they had made it to the F2 but Jackson deserved to win of the Final 2. http://bit.ly/2lHbuxv Christie says Tommy was a positive for her game - he used the Veto on her twice and he was a bit of home to keep her sane, though she didn't look very sane. She was most surprised by the lack of freedom - which sounds crazy, but it was much more intense than she prepared for and she unraveled quickly. The biggest thing she manifested in the game was the camp vibe - she's a nature girl - HoH was what her store looks like. If she could change it, she would have kept her personal opinions about Michie private around Day 44. We were sitting pretty and I ruined that. I love tacos and I will still enjoy Taco Tuesdays. That bought me 2 weeks in the game, so I'm proud of that. Yes, game play, strategy and comps, the best player won the game. He had double-digit comp wins and played the heck out of all of us. He deserved to win. Peace and love. http://bit.ly/2lHgeDj Cliff Hogg says he didn't win because he was a little too loyal and trustworthy. He probably made one deal too many at Final 5, but deal making is what helped him last as long as he did. He's not going to say anything to his wife and kids - he'll just give them a big hug and apologize for leaving them so long. He'll never do that again. Hindsight being 20-20, taking a showmance to F4 may not have been the smartest thing, but I had reason to be concerned about Tommy, there were a lot of reasons. The stress of the show surprised me the most. I wasn't expecting to win a lot of comps, and mental gymnastics each week I was prepared for. It was the downtime and the stress, doing nothing but talking, much more stressful than I ever anticipated. I do think the best player won BB21. I threatened not to vote for him but he got me, pulled one over on me strategy wise, so I had to be objective. Of everyone playing the game, not just F2. I had a blast, I love BB, and I'll be back to being a fan again next summer. But I'll never watch it the same way again. http://bit.ly/2mTnqMv Nick says the best player won BB21, Jackson played an amazing game - his social game was better than he was given credit for. He wouldn't have changed anything about the Taco Tuesday fight. Christie knew how to get under his skin and was going to blow up his game the next day anyway, so no regrets. Nick learned that he's human and still makes mistakes, there's still lapse in his character and its about how he grows from it. The funniest moment in the house was when they picked camp director, the ooze was so funny. He shouldn't have tried to play so hard so quick; it caused his alliance to not trust him.
  3. It's the greatest feeling in the world to sing live. Having your music heard by so many people is a dream come true. It's so rewarding to hear the reaction of the crowd. There's no better feeling than to connect with your audience. Welcome to the second night of Blind Auditions on The Voice! Shane Q leads off tonight's blind auditions with his performance of Tennessee Whiskey (Chris Stapleton). Gwen thinks his voice is pretty and points to Blake. Blake points to himself. Gwen presses her button. His voice is silky smooth and controlled and Kelly presses her button. Shane lets loose a riff and Blake is next to turn around. On his final notes, John makes it a 4-chair audition. Shane Q is from Sacramento, CA where he drives special needs people around town, providing conversation as well as transportation. Shy growing up, he broke out of his shell when he started singing. John says he has a lot of fun gospel behavior in his vocal. Gwen says she was first. Shane noticed. But then she flubbed and said he was from San Francisco. She says his voice kept changing and surprising. Mr. Blake says San Diego is proud tonight. John says Santa Barbara. Blake says an article he read after losing Season 16 is driving him this season: Blake Shelton may have lost Season 16 of The Voice, but he's still the greatest of all time. Not only has Blake won more titles than any other coach with 6 total, he's also had more runners up and finalists as well. In the past 16 seasons, Shelton has coached a staggering 24 to the finale. Blake takes a victory lap around the chairs. A lot of arrogance from someone who just lost The Voice, John says dismissively. Kelly asks Shane if he wants it to be about the coach or about him? John asks him if he wants his coach dancing all up in his videos. That's a Suge Knight reference. Blake spits out his "coke" and it goes up his nose. Kelly says you didn't categorize yourself, I'd be good for you in that sense. Whomever you pick, you're going to be in the Finale. Shane says I pick... Kelly! Max Boyle is a 23yr old from Toledo, OH, the youngest of 6 who performed for his siblings. His senior year of HS, he realized music was something he wanted to pursue. He just graduated from college and is trying to figure out what comes next. Singing Wayfaring Stranger (folk song), you can hear a pin drop as he owns the stage. John is the first to press his button, followed by Kelly. Max pauses before breaking into a jam, and Kelly realizes she's blocked. Max ends his performance in a falsetto and Kelly uselessly slapping her button. I'm so sorry, John apologizes. You are not sorry, Kelly accuses. You are good, she tells Max, you should have been on my team. Max tells John he's from Toledo, OH. O H, John calls out. I O! Max's family says from backstage. John is from Springtown, OH. You commanded the stage without any accompaniment. It was a daring performance. After a 5m break, the next audition comes from Hello Sunday (Myla Ferklen & Chelsea Grover), ages 13 and 14, from Atlanta, GA. Singing This Is Me (Keala Settle), Gwen makes a quick move towards her button upon hearing the first voice but pulls back. The second voice kicks in and the coaches all take notice. The two young ladies deliver terrific harmonies, playing off each other with experience and professionalism, building up until Kelly can't stand it anymore, pressing her button. What? Kelly exclaims as she turns around to meat Myla and Chelsea. The other coaches turn around to meet the duo, who met in summer camp and became immediate friends over their love of music. Hello Sunday means new beginnings. Kelly says she grew up singing in choirs and having to blend together. Blake agrees that Kelly is good at this stuff and Kelly can't believe he's complementing her. The next artist to face the backs of Blake, John, Gwen and Kelly's chair is Emily Bass, 16, from Magnolia, TX. When not doing music, Emily sketches and she shares a drawing of Carson with him. She also has sketches of Blake and Gwen and Carson puts them together, kissing. Singing since she was 5 and performing since she was 8, she developed a disease that makes her think an injury is worse than it is, and she wasn't able to continue singing - it felt like needles in her throat. She thought she could never fulfill her dreams, but after 7 months of physical therapy, she's ready to give it a shot. Singing Blank Space (Taylor Swift), Gwen likes her voice. The vocal is bubbly and peppy and Gwen is THAT close. But she doesn't press her button and Emily does not make a team. Gwen says she loved her tone. John said a lot of potential that needs more polish. Kelly says a couple more moments where you went big would have gotten a chair. Blake says sometimes we get so focused on looking for what's missing that we forget we're supposed to be coaching. Emily gives the coaches their sketches. 30yr old Royce Lovett from Tallahassee was so named because his mother really wanted a Rolls Royce. He grew up in the stix, rapping into the wind, and Lauren Hill changed his world view - he could rap and play guitar. He started blending reggae and soul and met his wife playing in a band. His son, Levi, wants to be a singer like his dad. He wants to provide for his famly but also spend time with them. But being a husband and a father makes him more creative. Singing 911 (Wyclef Jean and Mary J Blige), Royce gives a nod to the band then with Levi looking on from backstage (that's Daddy!), he opens with a guitar lick and unique vocal that Gwen immediately says is amazing. Kelly thinks it's a girl. Gwen presses her button and is the first to see Kelly is wrong. Royce has a big smile on his face as he plays his guitar and owns the stage with his performance. Blake presses his button and Gwen is not happy. She gets up and starts dancing in front of him. Gwen tells Blake he's stupid. John says it's a competition between two very fine coaches... One being the obvious choice, Kelly finishes, pointing to Gwen. I didn't get to dance yet, Blake explains. John continues, I love your energy, pitch and control issues can be worked on. Gwen says very androgynous - I didn't know if you were a boy or girl. This is my lane. Your voice is so animated, bringing reggae to a rock place. I will be so embarrassed if you don't pick me. Kelly says I didn't turn because she did. In the name of God, Blake begs, can I talk now? Royce, I have a lake play list that consists of Bob Marley, Jimmy Buffet (OK, says Royce, interested)) who is seriously reggae... So different from Bob Marley, Kelly offers an alternative finish to Blake's sentence. Screw it, Blake says, pick her. Who else is on your play list, John asks. Level 42, Blake jokes... And WD40, mocks John. Do not pick Blake, Kelly says. Pick a coach, a dejected Blake tells Royce. Gwen, I love you. I pick Gwen! A producer asks Royce if Blake ever had a chance and after a pause, he says no. The next blind audition comes from Elise Azkoul, 28, from Atlanta, GA. Representing middle easterners, loves to sing and dance as part of a big musical family. Among her father's side of the family are credits for Last Dance (Donna Summer) and It's Raining Men (The Weather Girls). Her grandpa passed 6 years ago but is with her tonight. Elise sings Million Reasons (Lady Gaga) and John has a smile on his face, his head bobbing to her lilting vocal. She hits a power note and it's Gwen who presses her button, the other coaches ceding to her. Gwen says you have a soft tone but a strong side too. Blake says this will be a good match. The final artist of the night is 24yr old Cory Jackson from Johnson, AK who pretty much only knows farming and playing country guitar. He is marrying his finance right after the Blind Auditions. As long as he's back for the wedding, Sarah, his bride-to-be says. Singing Galveston (Glen Campbell), the music signals country before the vocal begins, but it too is unmistakable, a deep, rich and creamy vocal. The audience is really into the performance as he shows some power notes and dynamic range. As Cory kicks it into second gear, Blake is the first to turn his chair and Cory points to him. Kelly challenges him and so does Gwen as Cory hits his final bar. Gwen is surprised Blake turned because that's so theatrical. Blake says Kelly won't know this, but that's from the late, great Glen Campbell. Jackson tells them that his wedding is this Saturday. Blake says you sang the crap out of it, and it is theatrical. Wait a second, Kelly says before Blake can continue pitching to Cory, you and Gwen are going to team up like boyfriend/girlfriend... This is a competition, Blake reminds Kelly. Blake tells Cory that a lot of Glen's records were big sounding for country radio. Great job. Gwen introduces herself and says if you want to take a risk, she could help him be really unique, that's a crossover song. That's a country song, Blake corrects. Mom & Dad are fighting, Kelly exclaims gleefully! Do you want to be country, Gwen asks Cory? I do, Cory practices. Oh, Gwen says, as Kelly and Blake laugh. I'm kind of country now, Gwen tries to save with a Cheshire grin, I really liked your voice. Cory says he took classical voice in college. That's so interesting, Kelly says, I also studied classical and dabbled in country. That's my least favorite song of his but I loved your voice and said I don't care. Kelly has already admitted she hates your taste in music, Blake counters to Cory. John laughs as Kelly tries to shout over him and Gwen to yell at Blake. Cory, who do you pick as your coach? Cory takes a deep breath and picks Blake! Cory Face Times with Sarah, tearing as he tells her he got three chair turns. After the first week of Blind Auditions, Team Kelly has Hello Sunday, Shane Q, Alex Guthrie and Brennan Lassiter. Team Gwen has Jake Haldenvang, Rose Short, Kyndal Inskeep, Royce Lovett and Elise Azkoul. Team John has Katie Kadan, Will Breman and Max Boyle. And Team Blake has Kat Mammock, Marina Chello and Cory Jackson. What do you think of the voice talent so far this season?
  4. Fri 12:28am BBT Jackson checkmates Nicole in Chess. She says she was better when she played Tommy, then reflects that Tommy just wasn't as good as Jackson. They head down to play backgammon and Jackson hits his funny bone on the stairs. Nicole says God was punishing him for whatever he was thinking. She compares Jackson to the villain in Sleeping With The Enemy, but he's learning from her. Fri 12:33am BBT Jackson is moving around Nicole's soda in the fridge and she calls him out on it. He says it's his OCD, he doesn't know why but it makes him feel better. The chocolate milk doesn't expire until their last day in the house. Holly is out of the DR and Nicole gets called just as she sits down for backgammon with Jackson. Fri 1:00am BBT Once Nicole is in the DR, Holly and Jackson compare Nicole notes. She says it was fun to compare game notes with someone she hasn't really played with. Jackson says Nicole was really impressed with his game moves. Holly says Nicole told she hadn't given her enough credit. Jackson thinks she's already given up and they should treat her carefully going forward. Fri 2:15am BBT Jackson and Holly join Nicole in the RV. It's snack time, Nicole says, offering them from her HoH basket. Holly says they should go to Mexico to celebrate Jackson's birthday. Nicole says she doesn't even have a passport. Holly says David was a staring contest beast, beating 4 people before facing Christie. Jackson challenges Nicole to a staring contest and she struggles not to laugh. Nicole suggests a 3-way staring contest, and when Jackson points a finger gun at each of them, she tells BB that he just threatened them and should be evicted. He jokes not to make him look bad on live feeds. Fri 2:39am BBT Holly thinks Nicole was a bird in a past life, that's why she's so afraid of them now. Nicole thinks she was eaten by a bird, and that's why. Holly says buzzards are the only birds that eat other birds. Nicole mentions carrions but neither Jackson nor Holly are familiar with that. Nicole says she would call in sick to work if she saw a turkey pecking at her car. Fri 2:44am BBT Nicole says she leaned how to jump on her feet in the comp. Her problem was with the ropes. Nicole heads to the WC and Jackson/Holly are in the WA preparing for bed. Holly says something to Nicole and she yells back, I"I can't hear you. My pee is too loud!" Holly tells a story about a roommate that was hard to live with. They lived next to a crack den. Jackson says driving in Los Angeles is anarchy. Holly says its worse in NYC. Fri 3:05am BBT "HG, remember to enjoy yourselves today. These are the good old days," says BB. Jackson says tomorrow is Day 94, the year he was born. Holly tells him to not remind her of their age difference. Could you have picked a better third wheel, Nicole asks? We didn't have a choice, Holly says wryly. It's actually a unicycle, Nicole retorts, and you two are training wheels. Fri 3:18am BBT Nicole wants to see the jury footage from today's episode. Jackson says it's only 5 days left but Nicole says you're not counting tomorrow. Holly says she looks like she's just woken up all day and has given up. Fri 3:26pm BBT Nicole announces she's ready for bed but she hears Holly in the RV and thinks Jackson is trying to scare her. He's actually in the target BR and Holly says she was just joking. Jackson is praying in the target BR while Nicole and Holly settle into the RV, Holly taking Jess's bed. Fri 3:36am BBT Jackson hugs Nicole goodnight and Nicole says her customary I love you more. No you don't, Jackson retorts. Probably true, she agrees. Jackson acts offended and she says just messing with you. BB says Big Brother Loves You before turning out the lights. Love you more, Nicole says back.
  5. Thu 10:32pm BBT Jackson has decided to cheer up Nicole by laying on top of her. She turns her face away from him when he moves to the other side of the bed. She just wants a moment before she talks to him. She doesn't want a lecture, but he delivers a pep talk anyway, saying she is not alone in the house. Nicole doesn't want to be the girl carried to 3rd. She's embarrassed and disgusted with herself. While Jackson is in the SR, Nicole opens up to Holly: My ego is bruised worse than my knee. It's going to swell real bad. Thu 10:47pm BBT Jackson is preparing to cook dinner when BB calls him to the DR. Nicole takes the opportunity to ask Holly to just consider taking her to F2. Holly says she'll consider it - she realizes how much of a threat Jackson is to win. Nicole doesn't want to be that person who loses while limping. They wonder what the Part II comp will be like and and speculate on the memory brunch. Thu 10:58pm BBT Nicole tells Holly there was nothing against her when she was campaigning for Cliff to stay and she's fine with the F3. Holly admits she's worried about being seen as riding Jackson's coattails. They say the people closest to them are the angriest when evicted. They talk about Kat's eviction and then how angry Jess was at Nicole. Nicole says it's too exhausting to dislike someone. Thu 11:16pm BBT Nicole says she never knew where Sis stood and that Sam had said Sis wanted Nicole and Nick nominated together. Nicole says Holly was the most level-headed member of the Six. Holly said Sis was close to Jackson then Christie. She was emotional and always needed a friend. Nicole says Kat & Jess felt she was choosing Nick over them. Tommy, Christie and Sis ignored her for most of the game but not Jackson and Holly. Thu 11:27pm BBT Holly says Tommy spearheaded the attempt to flip on Kat and led the effort to go after her. You can only burn me so many times, she says. Nicole says she was confused why Tommy never put up Jackson or Holly and was happy when Jackson won Safety and he wouldn't have to. Tommy would tell her they should work together then he'd ignore her for weeks. Holly says she promised Nick to protect Nicole. Nicole says Holly woudl have won F4 HoH if the "flippity jibbity" didn't happen. Thu 11:41pm BBT Nicole says her knee doctor will be so mad at her, she feels 90yrls old right now. She hobbles to the KT where Jackson says he's so proud of her. I don't need your pity, Nicole shoots back. It's not pitty, Jackson assures her. Thu 11:46pmBBT Nicole tells him he was good, his plan was flawless. Not flawless, Jackson insists. It looks that way. Jackson worries to Nicole that Holly has a lot of friends on the jury. Nicole has a lot of friends too, he insists. Nicole thinks jury members will vote Jackson if they vote on game. Jackson sneezes and Nicole thwaps him upside the head, saying Pineapple! Thu 11:56pm BBT Jackson is in the WA when Nicole sneezes. Damn, he exclaims, I'm in the bathroom! Nicole comes into the WA to change clothes in the shower and apologizes for the Pineapple. You got me good, Jackson assures her. When asked, Jackson tells her that if they had evicted Holly and Tommy was F4 and Jackson won Veto, he would have listened to Cliff and Tommy's campaigns and made the decision based on that. Fri 12:01am BBT Jackson insists to Nicole he was trying to be fair and square with everyone and it meant the world to him that Cliff apologized for threatening him with jury votes before leaving the house. Nicole sneeezes twice and defends herself against Jackson's Pineapples. Jackson says he's afraid of going out 3rd if he doesn't win Part III. He would be content with coming in second though. The $50k wouldn't last long but it would be enough. Nicole says she would also be happy with 2nd. Fri 12:07am BBT Nicole says she's graceful mentally but not physically. She didn't think HoH Part I would be so physical. She just wants to be considered for F2. Jackson says same for him. Nicole and Jackson head upstairs to play a game of Chess. She thinks she gets worse at it each game she plays. Jackson sneezes and Nicole holds back Pinappleing him. His nose is tickling too. Nicole thinks it's all the jalapeño Jackson was cutting up.
  6. The four-time Emmy Award-winning The Voice returns with the strongest vocalists from across the country invited to compete in the blockbuster vocal competition show's new season. Rock icon and pop culture phenomenon Gwen Stefani reclaims her red chair alongside superstar coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton as they return for Season 17. Carson Daly returns as host. The show's innovative format features five stages of competition: the Blind Auditions, then the Battle Rounds, Knockouts, Playoffs and, finally, the Live Who are your favorite artists? Watch with us and join the conversation!
  7. Based on an international hit, which already is a viral phenomenon with more than half a billion fans worldwide, and the No. 1 top-trending video of 2017 on YouTube, THE MASKED SINGER features celebrities facing off against one another with one major twist: each singer is shrouded from head to toe in an elaborate costume, complete with full face mask to conceal his or her identity. Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke serve on the panel and play detective, alongside host Nick Cannon. Season Two boasts 16 celebrity singers in all-new costumes and masks, including The Flamingo, The Leopard and The Egg. With each performance, the host, panelists, audience, viewers and even the other contestants are left guessing who is singing behind the mask. Ranging from Grammy Award winners to legendary athletes, and everything in between, the singers may attempt to throw the crowd off of their scent, while keen observers might pick up on tiny clues buried throughout the show. One singer will be eliminated each week, ultimately revealing his or her true identity. It’s not a “whodunit,” it’s a “whosungit!” The competitors are believed to have 140 films, 69 Emmy Award nominations, 42 Grammy Award nominations, 31 Billboard #1 singles, 22 Broadway shows, 20 platinumrecords, 19 Emmys wins, 15 marriages, 8 divorces, 7 Super Bowl wins, 6 multi-platinum records, 5 Hall of Famers, three New York Times Best Sellers, and two have been named Time magazine’s Most Influential People. Who is The Masked Singer? Join us this fall as we try to solve the mystery!
  8. Buckle up, this America's Got Talent - The Semi-Final Results! Tonight, we reveal the last 5 acts for the Finals. But first, here's a Britain's Got Talent winner with one of the all-time greats, give it up for Tokio Myers and from The Police, the legendary Stewart Copeland! Last night, the last 11 semi-final acts performed for your votes. V.Unbeatable performed an acrobatic dance routine. Magician Dom Chambers drank a mega-sized mug of beer. Singer Luke Islam performed Never Enough (Greatest Showman). Lukas & Falco performed a Man & Dog act. Singer Chris Klafford performed an original song, If Not With You, For you. Detroit Youth Chroir performed High Hopes (Panic! at the Disco). Blacklight painter Alex Dowis paid tribute to 9/11. Guitarist Marcin Patrzalek performed Shape of You (Ed Sheeran). Opera singer Ermanne Beasha sang (Everything I Do) I Do For You (Bryan Adams). Comic Ryan Niemiller performed a routine. And vocal group Voices of Service performed Choke (OneRepublic). Here they are, give it up for your 11 semi-finalists! But there are only 5 spots in the finals. The voting last night was unbelievably close. And for the last time this season, the judges will determine the final spot. Give it up for Howie Mandell, Simon Cowell, Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough! The top 3 acts from last night's vote will go straight into the Finals. The acts who came in 4th, 5th and 6th all risk being sent home. But you can rescue one of them with the Dunkin' Save Vote. Here are the three acts in danger: Alex Dowis, Emanne Beasha and Ryan Niemiller. Please step forward. The vote is open now to vote using the AGT App or at NBC.COM/DUNKINSAVE. The Dunkin Save vote is underway. As each week goes by, the acts raise their game on stage, but also their level of crazy in the Dunkin' Lounge. Roll clip! Let's get to the main business of the night. Which acts are getting into the Finals? Let's find out. V.Unbeatable, Chris Klafford and Dom Chambers, please step forward. America has voted. The first act going through to the Finals is... V.Unbeatable! One act is through and one of the Dunkin' Save acts in the greenroom will also be going through. You have about 20 minutes to vote via the AGT App or at NBC.COM/DUNKINSAVE! The judges love to play jokes on the public, and recently they set up an AGT photo booth. Check it out! Up next on stage, here's a mythical serpent-like creature, better known to you and me as Piff the Magic Dragon! Don't forget there are three acts in the Greenroom looking for your Dunkin' Save. Vote via the AGT App or at NBC.COM/DUNKINSAVE! If you haven't voted in the Dunkin' Save, vote soon because voting is almost over. V.Unbeatable has made it to the Finals and there are 4 spots left. Here are your next results. Lucas & Falco, Marcin Patrzalek and Detroit Youth Choir, please step forward. America has voted and the next act going into the Finals is... Detroit Youth Choir! We are down to just 2 acts left up on stage. One of them is taking the next spot in the Finals. Let's do it. Luke Islam and Voices of Service, please step forward. America has voted and the next act going into the finals is... Voices of Service! So we now have just 3 acts left, the Dunkin' Save acts. It's time for them to come out onto the stage: Alex Dowis, Ryan Niemiller and Emanne Beasha. The next act to go through will be based on your Dunkin' Save and let's get that result. We have Alex Dowis, Emanne Beasha and Ryan Niemiller. Based on tonight's live vote, the next act to go through to the finals is... Ryan Niemiller! That leaves Alex Dowis and Emanne Beasha. One will go into the Finals, the other will be going home. Judges, for the last time this season, please consider your vote. The finals begin next Tuesday at 8pm ET/7 Central. But we're still one act short and it's up to the judges to choose between Alex Dowis and Emanne Beasha. Gabrielle votes for the voice of an angel, Emanne. Julianne votes for Emanne. Howie votes for originality and Alex Dowis. Simon says both are deserving but he sends Emanne to join the other acts in the Finale! Next week are the final performances to win it all - $1,000,000 and a show in Las Vegas! See you there!
  9. 10:52pm BBT Cliff, Jackson, Nicole, Holly and Tommy put the finishing touches on their 9/11 remembrance, covering the LR table with the message "We Remember" made with Fruit Loop letters. They add a yellow sunflower and an American Flag.The HG gather on the balcony to look down on the memorial, contemplating the events of 18 years ago and the meaning it holds today.
  10. Hey PVS. I moved your post over to the BB21 Conversation forum where it might get seen. BB did not show Jackson finding Cliff's life ring in order to create some drama - at the reveal, unless you're a Morty's TV fan and following our live feed updates, you didn't know whether it would be Jackson or Tommy who won Veto! Yes, there are folks who don't follow the live feed sites but just watch the broadcast episodes. I don't get it, but it's true. As for Tommy's Veto, they did not show him trying to close the zipper and giving up, but they had to edit something out to make room for all the Jackson/Holly showmance drama. And even then, they edited it so badly that it made Holly look good. Fuskie Who hopes you didn't lose any sleep over this while thinking about it all night...
  11. 12:50pm BT Cliff beats Tommy at Backgammon twice in a row. Nicole says she always put her self worth in what her parents, sisters, teachers and coworkers thought about her but being in the BB House has forced her to look inward for validation. Tommy expects he'll reflect back on his experience in the house and learn from it. Jackson tells Holly he wasn't convinced by Christie's argument and is upset about Frederick's eviction. 1:00pm BBT Christie wants to make a child for Tommy's Amber and Azul dolls. Nicole is reading the Bible. Cliff doesn't feel like reading. Christie gets tired when she reads the Bible. Nicole wants to finish it before she leaves the house. Nicole reads a verse apropos to Big Brother: "now the brother shall betray the brother to death, and the father the son; and children shall rise up against their parents, and shall cause them to be put to death." 1:05pm BBT Tommy, Cliff and Christie are discussing BB9. Cliff liked Chelsea. Christie remembers that James had gay porn come out during the season. Cliff points to a bed and jokes that a gay porn star slept there. Tommy says his old boss, Alex [Coladonato, owner of a DJ company], was on BB9. 1:45pm BBT Nicole and Tommy say there was always consent with Nick. Nicole says she never initiated cuddling with him though. Tommy can't say the same. He says Nick's arm pits smelled like roses. Jess says they were always sweating. Tommy isn't drawn to Nicole's arm pit. He says Nick never lied to him. Jess says she loves Nick but would never play Monopoly with him. 2:15pm BBT Cliff is packing in the Target BR. Tommy is washing dishes in the KT. Holly gets up to use the HoH BR while Jackson sleeps in bed. She was ill all night and this morning and BB has been letting them rest in HoH. 2:45pm BBT Jess says she's worked with different kinds of people and knows how to remain cordial when personalities clash. Nicole says she's stuck in her life and needed to get away to figure things out. She feels like she preaches but does not practice what she preaches. She tells people to be quirky and embrace your true self but hasn't done that. When she couldn't control everything in her life, she put up a hard exterior for protection.
  12. 12:45pm BBT Jess says she's worked with different kinds of people and knows how to remain cordial when personalities clash. Nicole says she's stuck in her life and needed to get away to figure things out. She feels like she preaches but does not practice what she preaches. She tells people to be quirky and embrace your true self but hasn't done that. When she couldn't control everything in her life, she put up a hard exterior for protection.
  13. 6:34AM BBT The HG are sleeping when Jackson rolls over in HoH and asks Holly if she wants water. She gets up and heads to the WC. FotH. Feeds return 10m later with Holly sitting up in the bed feeling ill. Apparently she's having stomach cramps and doesn't know why.
  14. Tonight, some dreams will die and some will survive. It's America's Got Talent - The Results! Only 7 of last night's 12 acts can go through. But first we take a look at rehearsals for last night's performances. And now we look back at last night's performances by Detroit Youth Choir, Dog act Lukas & Falco, magician Dom Chambers, singer Benicio Bryant, Tambourinist Gonzo (X - Simon), Guitarist Marcin Patrzalek, Magician Eric Chien, Beatbox group Berywam, Aerialist Matthew Richardson (X - Simon), singer MacKenzie, Comedienne Jackie Fabulous and opera singer Emanne Beasha. Make some noise for your 12 acts. Tonight we find out which 7 acts have made it. But first, say hello to your AGT Judges. Simon brings some marmite on toast (complete with British flags) for his fellow judges. Howie says it tastes like something his wife made and she's the worst cook in the world. The other judges aren't any more complimentary. The top 6 acts will automatically go through to the next round. The acts in 7th, 8th and 9th place are in danger and will face your Dunkin' Save vote. Let's get to it. Here are your three acts in danger: Jackie Fabulous. Lucas & Falco. And Marcin Patrzalek. Please step forward. The vote is open now. You have 30m to save one at nbc.com/dunkinsave or using the AGT App. Howie says you all deserve to be on that stage but one of you doesn't deserve to be in that three. After the show last night, the acts retreated to the Dunkin' Lounge. Let's take a look. Now we go from post show crazy to dead serious. Here's our first results. Good luck to all of you. Detroit Youth Choir and Gonzo. Please step forward. The first act going into the Semi-Finals is Detroit Youth Choir! One act is through but there are 3 acts who need your vote: Jackie Fabulous. Lucas & Falco. And Marcin Patrzalek. You have about 18m to get your Dunkin' Save vote in. Some of the most popular AGT acts of all time are now appearing in a show in Vegas, and tonight they are here. Give it up for the cast of Celestia! There are more results around the corner, but first, people around America have a lot of opinions about the judges. Watch as they read your tweets! There's still 12m to vote in the Dunkin' Save! Vote through the AGT App or at NBC.com/dunkinsave! Detroit Youth Choir is through and there are six spots left. Let's see who is going through. Berywam and Emanne Beasha. America has voted and the next act going into the Semi-Finals is... Emanne Beasha! Thank you Berywam. Two down, let's keep it going. Matthew Richardson, Dom Chambers and Eric Chien, please step forward. Good luck to all of you. America has voted and the next act going into the Semi-Finals is... Eric Chien! You two guys stay here, I'm not done with you yet. Good news for the other two acts - one of them is also through, but only one. Matthew Richardson and Dom Chambers, America has voted. The next act going into the Semi-Finals is... Dom Chambers! Thank you so much, Matthew. The Dunkin' Save vote is now closed. There are 3 spots left. Let's see who is taking the next spot. Benicio Bryant and MacKenzie, please step forward. America has voted and the next act going into the Semi-Finals is... Benicio Bryant! Thank you MacKenzie. Tonight has been tough so far and it's not over yet. We still have our 3 Dunkin' Save acts. Welcome back Jackie Fabulous, Lucas & Falco and Marcin Patrzalek. You voted to save one of these acts. Who did you choose? The act America saved to put through to the Semi-Finals is... Jackie Fabulous! Howie says Jackie Fabulous is the one he was surprised to see in danger. That leaves Lucas & Fabulous and Marcin Patrzalek. Only one of them can go through and that will come down to the judges. While they confer, we take a look back again at their performances. We still have one spot left in the Semi-Finals Judges, the spotlight is on you now. This is a big decision. Howie, who do you want to put through to the Semi-Finals? Howie goes with his gut and votes for Marcin. Gabrielle votes for a genius, Marcin. Simon says he's voting for Marcin. With 3 votes for Marcin, he is going through to the Semi-Finals! Next week, it's the Semi-Finals, with a new Judge's Wildcard and a guest judge! Join us Tuesday night live for the performances, and then again next Wednesday for your results! So what did you think of the 7 acts that made it to the Semi-Finals? Did America get the Dunkin' Save right? We want to hear from you!
  15. I am swapping my Nick HG Token for Tommy. Fuskie Who thinks with Christie staying, Tommy's changes are much better... (TY it will be in Cycle 10)
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