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Meanwhile, coach Blake Shelton and his wife Miranda Lambert pay tribute to the Oklahoma tornado victims with a performance of 'Over You'.
The hip-hop/R'n'B artist unveils the X-directed music video for the title track of his upcoming fifth album.
The NBC show will bring back the original coach line-up with Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee-Lo Green and Christina Aguilera in the fall, while Shakira and Usher will return next spring.
Shakira's departure supports speculation that Christina Aguilera will return to the NBC singing competition show next season.
The 'Hips Don't Lie' singer says that her ex-boyfriend Antonio de la Rua's claims about him contributing to her songs success and her image are not true.
Shakira uses all Steals she has to land Team Adam's Karina Iglesias and Sasha Allen, while Blake Shelton tricks Usher so that he can steal Taylor Beckham from the R 'n' B singer's team.
The 'Hips Don't Lie' singer takes baby Milan Pique to Camp Nou, where his dad's FC Barcelona wins 6-1 over Getafe.
The 'Whenever, Wherever' songstress shares a picture of her soccer player boyfriend kissing their son, Milan.
The new mom is beaming with happiness as she makes her way back home accompanied by partner Gerard Pique, five days after giving birth to their son in a Barcelona hospital.
The first child of the 'Whenever, Wherever' singer and the Spanish soccer player was born January 22 at 9:36 P.M. in Barcelona.
Along with her beau Gerard Pique, the Colombian beauty invites people to donate money in a special baby shower event conducted by UNICEF.
Gerard Pique's announcement on the birth of his first child with Shakira was a celebration of Spanish April Fool's Day.
The 'Hips Don't Lie' hitmaker welcome her first child with her soccer player beau, three months after announcing her pregnancy.
The ultrasound sonogram picture is tagged with words 'cute' and 'excited' by the FC Barcelona center back.
The 'Hips Don't Lie' singer shares her excitement of becoming a first-time parent by baring her pregnant belly on Twitter.