Ch-ch-check out Obama's AH-Mazing final WHCD speech (above)!
Now that we're a couple weeks into season 10 of The Voice, the contestants are starting to be weeded out as Monday night's episode gave us more knockout rounds!
The judges had some tough decisions last night as Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams, and Blake Shelton had to choose who they wanted to send on to the coveted live performance rounds.
After some great performances, the judges ended up cutting Brittany Kennell, Trey O'Dell, Abby Celso, Nate Butler, Jessica Crosbie, Katherine Ho. Christina also cut Joe Maye but Blake used his final steal to keep Joe around!
As sad as it was to see some AH-Mazing talent leave, they just couldn't hold a candle to some of the night's best performances like Brian Nhira performing Bruno Mars' Grenade or Bryan Bautista putting his own spin on Justin Bieber's Sorry!
Ch-ch-check out the best performances from last night's episode (below) and let us know who you'll be rooting for!
At least the breakup had some sort of silver lining!
Miranda spoke to Entertainment Tonight on Sunday after winning two of the night's big awards, saying:
This makes our hearts so full!
According to E! News, Anderson was "a little nervous" about walking the carpet with his lady love but was "so happy to be there by Miranda's side."
The two reportedly stayed close and were very affectionate backstage.
We know what you're thinking — any run-ins with her ex Blake??
And although the Little Red Wagon singer "didn't avoid him" and "wasn't nervous at all" to see her former husband, they didn't bump into each other:
Such a great thing to wake up to on a Monday morning!
Ch-ch-check out her full interview (below)!
After stealing Dierks Bentley's place in Luke Bryan's opening duet, the affable The Voice coach took the stage and made Gwen Stefani like him even more with a fantastic, emotional performance of his new hit.
He may be a nut, but the man can croon!
Ch-ch-check out the performance of Came Here To Forget (above)!
We hope you're ready to cowboy up and hoedown, because it's time for the Academy of Country Music Awards!
Southern hunks Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan got the shindig started with a performance of Luke's Hunting, Fishing, and Loving Every Day — at least, that's what was supposed to happen!
But at the last second, Blake Shelton came out of nowhere and took Dierks' microphone!
Watch the stolen moment go down duet-style (above)!
This is what happens when you let the inmates run the asylum — or in this case, when you let the singers host the Academy of Country Music Awards!
And they even got Carrie Underwood to join in the insanity! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the opening jokes (above)!