Voice bookends new NBC show and Buble special
UNDATED (WHDH) -- It's down to the final four on 'The Voice.' Two singers from team Cee-Lo and a pair of performers from team Blake pitted to battle it out on The Voice.
Coaches Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine have to be content to watch.
"I'm just going to have fun and be honest and enjoy it,” said Levine.
Seeking America’s vote for one of two spots in next week's finals are Scottish rocker Terry McDermott, pop rock and country artist Cassadee Pope, soul sound specialist Nicholas David and power balladeer Trevin Hunte.
"People like who they like. Sometimes, it doesn't matter what a coach does. People just react to music in a very specific way,” said Shelton.
People also react to big prizes in a specific way -- Howie Mandel hosts the new game show "Take It All" which starts a week long run Monday night, following "The Voice.”
“It's Deal or No Deal meets the Price is Right,” explains Mandel.
Contestants earn cash and prizes and get to risk them all to steal the prizes of their opponents as well.
“The stakes involved in this game are life changing. It's hundreds of thousands of dollars. It puts them in a whole new tax bracket. A whole new life bracket,” said Mandel.
After the fun and games, Michael Buble is scheduled to host his second annual Christmas special from his native Vancouver.
“It was really cool to be able to come here to do it in front of friends and family because that's pretty much who's in this audience tonight, is all my friends and family,” said Buble.
Blake Shelton is among Buble's musical guests, providing a "voice" bookend for Monday night.