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June 7, 2011 at 5:26pm

Tonight: NBC's "The Voice" opens things up to the viewers

Vicci Martinez will need your vote next week. Photography by Steve Dunkelberger

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RIDING VICCI MARTINEZ'S COATTAILS ALL THE WAY TO STARDOM >>>

Have you been watching NBC's The Voice for the past few weeks? Because it's nuts. The perversity of having competitors sing a duet together to determine who will be advancing to the next round makes for some incredibly awkward and surprisingly compelling television (even if, as it turns out, the judges have their preferences from which they rarely stray [I'm looking at you, Aguilera]).

As I said before, I will be here to keep you up to date on our very own Vicci Martinez's progress as she moves through the competition. Four weeks ago, Martinez blew away her competition and advanced to the next stage in the competition, which will open the voting up to viewers.

Well, that stage begins tonight, although it is my understanding (from what was said at a pre-show meet-and-greet at her recent Jazzbones performance) that she will not be on tonight's episode, but rather next week's. On the off-chance I was given some misinformation (and it seems as if Martinez herself has been kept in the dark about the schedule), why not watch the show tonight? I swear, it's weird.

Look, alls I knows is that we'd better come out in fucking droves when it comes time to vote Martinez through. I will not accept defeat! And trust me, the competition is not that steep. We can do this, people. Just stop acting like you don't care long enough to dial a stinking number and we'll be fine.

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Dwayne Howe said on Jun. 29, 2011 at 4:02pm

As Frank Zappa said many years ago, "Most Americans wouldn't know good music if it bit them on the ass."
I completely agree; after all, pop music is the way it is because it's what most Americans seem to want .
So, while I believe Vicci is clearly and obviously the most talented performer with the greatest range and obvious professionalism, I wouldn't make a bet that she will win, once it's up to the American voters. One can dream, though... Vicci WILL WIN!

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