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The Voice Is Experiencing A Total Eclipse Of The Heart!

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Turn around…Cee Lo! Ha!

Check out a first look video from The Voice (above) of Cheesa facing off with Angie Johnson on Bonnie Tyler's Total Eclipse of the Heart!

Here's what executive producer Mark Burnett had to say about Cee Lo Green's battle round song choice:

"What a great, great version of that song. I've always loved that song. I thought it was a great, great choice that Cee Lo makes in that battle.”

"It's tough to decide who should win They’re still in competition, but they’re doing justice to the song and justice to Cee Lo. And working as a unit, which I think is such a great element of this show."

Sounds great! We'll look forward to checking out the full Eclipse battle on Monday!

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6 comments to “The Voice Is Experiencing A Total Eclipse Of The Heart!”



  1. 1

    I really like the 'battle round' part of this show. Great idea.



  2. 2

    Holy shit. I got goosebumps. Maybe I should start watching this show….



  3. 3

    The voice is soo awesome,
    I've watch little bits of american idol and it just pales in comparison.
    Plus the songs and arrangements are way better.



  4. 4

    The ADS on this site are getting ridiculous!! WTF



  5. 5

    I cannot watch this show or support anything Cee Lo is involved with since learning he used to torture animals. BURN IN HELL piece of shit!!



  6. 6

    Would be nice if everyone could watch this clip since it's only available to be viewed in the US….why do the networks do this when Canada gets NBC, ABC etc etc….?