'The Voice' Recap: New Coaches In, Nervous Singers Out

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April 3:  Shakira and Usher attend NBC's "The Voice" red carpet event at The Sayers Club in Hollywood, California. 


As "The Voice" continues to add coaches and mentors -- this week featured the industry mentorship of Crosby, Stills and Nash's Graham Nash and producers Busbee, Scott Hendricks and Natural, and the official announcement that both Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani will take a spin as coaches in season seven -- the double eliminations continued on Tuesday night, and sent home the season's serial survivor and major frontrunner.

'The Voice' Recap: Music Biz Mentors Challenge Top 10

To clarify, "The Voice" reveals three singers who received the lowest votes on Tuesdays, and then asks those contestants to sing for a second chance for whatever audience is watching live. Then, "Voice" fans everywhere are asked to tweet which singer they'd like to instantly save, regardless of whether the redemption performance actually affected their opinion. Remember, "it's just where television's heading.)

It's Official: Gwen Stefani Joins 'The Voice'

"Before we start the show, I want to make a very, very big announcement for us here -- hold on, listen! This all just happened moments ago because we're live, and we're very happy to officially announce that two superstars will be joining the next season in these coaches' chairs: Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani will be added to the 'Voice' family," said Carson Daly at the beginning of Tuesday night's episode. "We're so happy to have them join our ever-growing 'Voice' family. They're both incredible people, insanely talented."

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