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'The Voice' premieres, judges defend show's track record
'The Voice' premieres, judges defend show's track record

The spinning red chairs of "The Voice" are back. Monday night's season-eight premiere of the NBC reality singing competition drew more than 13 million viewers, easily winning the night. But the show’s strong ratings haven’t helped produce any singing stars in the same way that competitor "American Idol" has. Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood became stars because of the Fox series, which itself has failed to make any new singing stars on that scale in recent years. “We want to have that happen,” said "Voice" judge Adam Levine to reporters at a press conference two weeks ago. “That would be...

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