Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Kelly Clarkson felt like 'Pretty Woman' in Gwen Stefani's house

Kelly Clarkson felt like 'Pretty Woman' in Gwen Stefani's house

"It was a shock to me that I got invited to her house", Blake responded, adding that he thinks the American Idol victor has the biggest house he's ever visited.

"You're a genius", said Adam Levine. She says sending contestants home is the worst. Stephanie is married to someone who's also trying to make it into the music industry, but he stepped aside and took a job, so she could have a real shot at superstardom. Teana Boston, who sang Rihanna's Unfaithful, and Hannah Goebel, who took on the song If I Ain't Got You by Alicia Keys, joined the team. "Adam cries because he's a big baby".

Livia Faith, 17, convinced Blake, Kelly and Alicia to turn their chairs around with her unusual choice of "Dream a Little Dream of Me", the 1931 classic recorded by a number of artists, most famously in 1968 by The Mamas and the Papas' Cass Elliot. "She wears her heart on her sleeve and she cares".

Country contestants on The Voice have one coach on their mind when they walk into the blind auditions...

Indeed, Clarkson cried during Monday's episode of The Voice. What we didn't know was whether she joined Team Adam or Team Blake.

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Kelly Clarkson with Blake Shelton and ex-wife Miranda Lambert at the Grammys in 2013.

"I'm so sad. I know this is embarrassing, I'm crying", Kelly said after the song ended.

"She's the kinda person that I was already mad at for other reasons, like spilling something on the carpet", he tells Entertainment Tonight.

In fact, she felt so out of her comfort zone that she compared the experience to the famous scene from the 1990 romantic comedy, in which Julia Roberts' prostitute character tries to go shopping on Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive.

Clarkson defended her decision, saying she was "looking for something different" to add to her team.

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