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NBC To Broadcast 'The Voice' Twice A Season

NBC To Broadcast 'The Voice' Twice A Season

American Idol what? Yeah, that show's pretty much run its course. The hot new prime time program is NBC's The Voice, which features a celebrity panel of judges that includes Christina Aguilera (and her boobs), Cee-Lo (and his cat), Blake Shelton (and his awkward commentary) and Maroon 5's Adam Levine, whose team won the vocal competition's first season.

This year, though, former Alicia Keys back-up singer Jermaine Paul (of Shelton's team) took home first place. The show has become so popular that NBC has decided to air it twice in one season. That's right: The Voice will run during both the fall and the spring across the 2012-13 season. Below, watch this season's winner, Jermaine Paul, doing "I Believe I Can Fly." [RS]

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