Christina Aguilera Will Judge NBC's The Voice

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... You've been on the edge of your seat since yesterday. Will Christina Aguilera join Cee Lo and Adam Levine as a judge for NBC's singing competition The Voice? In a word: yes. Now get back to your life. And just to be clear: The Christina Aguilera who will be judging The Voice is the Christina Aguilera you saw forgetting the lyrics to the National Anthem at the Super Bowl and falling down at the Grammys, not the hot Christina Aguilera from her "Dirty" days. [EW]

... Speaking of blondes past their primes, Jessica Simpson is rumored to be at the top of the list of potential judges for Simon Cowell's upcoming The X Factor. Negotiations are currently underway to find judges for the premiere season of the program, which launches this fall. [People]

... Kyle Bornheimer, who stars in NBC's Perfect Couples, has signed on to star in the pilot Council of Dads over at Fox. Of course, if Perfect Couples gets renewed, he'll take his name out of the race. It must be a great vote of confidence for a show when its star is out interviewing for other jobs all the time. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Katie Cassidy, will you marry me? I mean Katie Cassidy has been cast in the ABC drama pilot Georgetown, a drama about young upstarts in Washington D.C.'s legal world. The show has already cast James Wolk (Lone Star), so it might actually be worth keeping an eye on. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Comedy Central has named the pranksters who will be roasting Donald Trump in two weeks. Among the names are: Larry King, Snoop Dogg, Jersey Shore's "The Situtation," and Marlee Matlin. Seriously? Marlee Matlin? [Comedy Central]

... Fox drama pilot Weekends at Bellevue has found its lead. Lauren Ambrose, best known as Claire from Six Feet Under, will play a psychiatrist who runs the weekend shift at the famous Bellevue psychiatric hospital. The show is based on the memoir of Dr. Julie Holland. Ambrose will also co-star in Starz's Torchwood spin-off. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Adult Swim has ordered a third season of Delocated, the bizarre mockumentary about a family in the witness protection program. [Deadline Hollywood]

... And finally, NBC may have aired its last episode of The Cape on Monday, but have no fear, a proper season (and likely series) finale will be put online sometime in the future. If you are one of the three people in the world who still care about the show, pat yourself on the back. You've earned it. [TV Line]


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