Last Update on December 11, 2013 08:07 GMT
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Blake Shelton won't get his fourth win on "The Voice" -- at least not this season. Team Blake's last singer, Cole Vosbury, was eliminated last night. Team Adam lost James Wolpert. But Adam Levine has two singers in the top three, Tessanne Chin and Will Champlin. Champlin was the last to learn he's making it through to the finals. Team Xtina has 16-year-old Jacquie Lee in the finals. She's been one of the season's most popular, with a mature, bluesy voice. Team CeeLo was eliminated several weeks ago.
<<CUT ..001 (12/11/13)>> 00:14 "a better person"
Before she learned she's moving on to the finals, Jacquie Lee said her coach, Christina Aguilera, has been incredibly helpful. COURTESY: NBC ((mandatory on-air credit))
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Host Carson Daly announces the first contestant making it to the final round. COURTESY: NBC ((mandatory on-air credit))
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Before learning he was eliminated Cole Vosbury thanked coach Blake Shelton. COURTESY: NBC ((mandatory on-air credit))
<<CUT ..004 (12/11/13)>> 00:10 "on the show (cheers)"
Host Carson Daly announces whether Cole Vosbury or Will Champlin will complete the final three. COURTESY: NBC ((mandatory on-air credit))
HARRY CONNICK JR. SAYS "IDOL" IS A CUSHY JOB
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- After several weeks on the job, Harry Connick Jr. has come to the conclusion that judging "American Idol" is the "easiest gig in the world." He tells E! that all he has to do is get his hair and makeup done, wear nice clothes, listen to singers and tell them what he thinks. He says he's been getting along great with Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban. He says when they're not working, they hang out together and share stories about their kids. His youngest daughter Charlotte was at a sleepover and asked him if he could put Jennifer Lopez on the phone. He did and he says "you just heard these deafening screams." Idol returns January 15.
DEMI LOVATO USED TO SNEAK COKE ONTO PLANES
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Demi Lovato reveals that her drug use got so out of control that she couldn't go a half-hour without snorting coke. She tells "Access Hollywood" that she'd sneak coke onto airplanes and wait until everyone in first class would go to sleep and she'd "do it right there." Or, she says she'd sneak into the bathroom and snort. She says it didn't even matter that she had a sober companion with her. She says she was able to "hide it from them as well." Lovato is out with her memoirs called "Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year."
LEA MICHELE ALBUM
NEW YORK (AP) -- Lea Michele's first album will be out in March. Michele says "Louder" is about what's happened her to in the past year. Her first single "Cannonball" is available now for download. Her album will drop March 4.
ZOE SALDANA, AZIZ ANSARI, OLIVIA WILDE TO ANNOUNCE GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS
BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Zoe Saldana, Aziz Ansari and Olivia Wilde have an early wake-up call tomorrow. They'll announce the Golden Globe nominations starting before dawn in Beverly Hills. Nominees will be announced in 25 categories for both movies and television. The Globes will be given out January 13.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jennifer Hudson knows some people think there's an Oscars curse, but she chooses not to believe in it. Hudson says the only curse would be if she would look for an "Oscar moment" in every role she takes. Hudson says she took her latest role in "Black Nativity" because it reminded her of her musical roots not because it might win her an award.
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Jennifer Hudson says winning an Oscar is only a curse if you let it be.
<<CUT ..006 (12/11/13)>> 00:11 "message in that"
Jennifer Hudson says you can't take roles hoping they'll be award winners.
<<CUT ..007 (12/11/13)>> 00:14 "be proud of"
Jennifer Hudson says she does try to take roles that are suitable for an Oscar winner.