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One from each of the coaches' teams is sent home on the result show (June 22), while the remaining ones will go to the final round.
The newly-released trailer offers scenes in which Caesar is nurtured, before he is put in a cage and leads other chimps to a rebellion against human being.
The Slim Shady, along with Royce, wins the race to the first position on the album chart, dethroning Adele and beating Jackie Evancho.
'Sometimes I get a joke in my head and I kinda want to share it with the world,' the Slim Shady says when quizzed about his jab at the Mother Monster.
In addition to sharing stage with Royce, the Slim Shady also made a duet with Mr. Porter and performed 'No Love' and 'Love the Way You Lie'.
The Slim Shady and his Bad Meets Evil partner Royce get playful playing with their lyrics before hitting the road together.
The video features a cowboy telling a tale about two legendary outlaws who are still haunting the town after taking it over a decade ago.
The Slim Shady pokes fun at Lady GaGa's hermaphrodite rumor in the Bangladesh production, calling the Mother Monster a 'male lady'.
The Slim Shady and his Bad Meets Evil partner Royce join forces in an inspirational song which features Bruno Mars on the chorus.
The official snippet of the soon-to-be-premiered music video sees the Slim Shady and Royce enjoying the ride together.
Mike Epps talks about syrup, painkillers, cigarettes, weed, Hennessey and vodka before the Slim Shady goes bar for bar with his Bad Meets Evil partner Royce.
In the upcoming mini album, the Slim Shady and his Bad Meets Evil collaborator Royce list nine songs including Bruno Mars-assisted 'Lighters'.
Jury president Robert de Niro presented the Palme d'Or prize to the Terrence Malick-directed movie on Sunday, May 22, stating that the film was 'terrific'.
Bieber gets seven coveted trophies, Eminem receives six, while Lady GaGa, Rihanna and Taylor Swift collect three kudos each.
The Slim Shady appears in the artwork, sitting next to his Bad Meets Evil buddy, Royce, at what looks like a musical junkyard.