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The 'Dare (La La La)' singer who has filled in for Christina Aguilera for two seasons says before the Tuesday results show, 'For now, no, I don't have any plans of coming back.'
Shakira plays 'truth or dare on the dancefloor' in the music video for both English and Spanish versions of the upbeat dance track.
The No Doubt singer has confirmed that she will replace Christina Aguilera as a coach in the fall, but the 'Ain't No Other Man' singer will return for season 8.
The Latin singer looks hot in a black outfit as she sings her current single during the result show of the singing competition.
Kristen Merlin emerges as a new frontrunner as Usher calls Shakira's decision to advance her a 'no-brainer.'
The event also features performances from Miranda Lambert, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Hunter Hayes, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line among others.
Plunging neck dresses that showed off cleavage were particularly popular among the female attendees of the April 6 event.
The singer receives backlash over the comment that Gerard Pique no longer wants her to film music videos with men.
The singer turns around and runs away to an open field just seconds before she's supposed to walk down the aisle in the clip that arrives on the heels of the release of her new album.
The three coaches find themselves in yet another battle over Jake Barker, whom Usher decides to let go following his and Stevie Jo's duet of 'Higher Love'.
In the 45-second ad, the 'Voice' judge is seen dancing to the song in a fantasy forest to illustrate how wonderful someone can feel if their digestive system is working well.
The Latin superstar is pictured wearing a white wedding dress in two Instagram pictures taken from the music video filming set.
The Latin singer, who collaborates with the Bajan singer for her single 'Can't remember to Forget You' and its sexy music video, says that her boyfriend Gerard Pique is 'very territorial.'
The 15 songs that appear in the deluxe edition of the album will include collaborations with Bajan singer Rihanna, fellow 'The Voice' coach Blake Shelton and Canadian group Magic!.
The four judges sing each other's hits including 'Whenever, Wherever', 'Boys Round Here', 'Love Somebody' and 'Without You'.