We've now heard performances from all 25 semifinalists! We rank the best, worst and weirdest of last ladies' night.
We have singers! 13 of them! And we have the resolution of a certain twist! Read on and relive the best, worst and weirdest of last night's episode.
The smashing conversation around NBC's theater drama returns. Can Nick Jonas save two shows? Read on for our take, after the jump.
The audition stage wraps with cocky triple-threats, Betty White, and a whole lot of fake suspense.
We have a top 24! And we have power rankings to match those, ranking the 24 best and worst and weirdest.
The best, worst and weirdest of the final 40. Wait, no, the final 24. The final something.
Before landing on Team Cee Lo, the stage actor was starring in Tony-nominated musicals and hanging out with Billie Joe Armstrong.
"Revolt TV is bringing that revolution that television needs." So does this mean more Making The Band episodes or not?
The Marilyn crew throws a Joe DiMaggio performer into the mix. More of our quips, complaints and concerns, after the jump.
Hall & Oates, sex dens and the Twitter movement that wasn't, all on last night's episode.
How do you even pick the best and worst out of Vegas Night? We do our utmost best. Plus, a few suggestions for the show!
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