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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 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.
The pop/dance superstar will choose the music and decide the overall look and theme of the NYC event.
The two superstars are being sued by artist De Rico and songwriter Mareio Overton for copyright infringement.
Usher even prompts to change his name to Gusher and uses Adam's line that worked in the past to lure Caroline Glaser to join his team, but the young girl eventually picks Adam.
The R 'n' B superstar has been added to the stellar list of performers for the April 18 induction gala in Los Angeles.
The R'n'B superstar teams up again with super producer Diplo in this new elctro-pulsating track.
The R'n'B crooner ripped his pants right on the crotch during his performance at the inaugural event last Saturday, January 19.
The 'Kids Inaugural: Our Children. Our Future' event is opened by Usher and closed by Katy Perry with Nick Cannon as a host.
Alicia Keys and the 'Glee' cast are also added to the line-up of performers for the president's inauguration ceremony.
The 'Representin' ' hitmaker goes on a wild ride for his new empowering video 'Rest of My Life' and says he has made history with the Usher and Guetta collaboration.
The singer was ushered to the back door of the polling station on Election Day to 'minimize and avoid a distraction at the poll'.
The three new additions to the awards night's list of performers will join No Doubt and other previously confirmed guests such as Taylor Swift, Christina Aguilera and Linkin Park.
After two years of losing, the 'There Goes My Baby' singer finally wins a bidding war at the Pencils of Promise Gala and brings home a new puppy.
Usher is doing what he does best, dancing, to distract himself from the painful emotion bottled up inside him.