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Shelton co-hosts Today Monday

Friday, August 20, 2010 – Blake Shelton will co-host the Today Show on NBC with Hoda Kotb on Monday, Aug. 23.

This is Shelton's third time on the morning show this year and fourth overall. Shelton returns to the morning show after sitting down with Kathie Lee Gifford and Kotb less than two weeks ago to discuss his newly released EP, "All About Tonight," which is currently first on the SoundScan Top Country Albums chart and his single and title cut is number one this week on the Billboard and Country Aircheck (Mediabase) charts.

Shelton joked with Gifford that she may not be welcomed back after his stint as co-host for the morning show. "I don't think the Today Show knows what they really signed up for with me co-hosting," Shelton said. "I mean, have you read my tweets? I hope they're ready to sensor me."

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CD review - Live EP This six-song "Blake Shelton Live EP" seems a little odd. It's not as though Shelton had an especially noteworthy tour to document. Besides, at only six songs long, it's a relatively short document, anyhow. While it may be little more than a post-it note of a project, though, it also packs a powerful punch. You recognize right away the large amount of enthusiasm the act of singing to an audience brings out of Shelton. When compared to the recorded versions of these hits, ...

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