Since joining "The Voice" last year, country music superstar Blake Shelton has added two more songs, "Honey Bee" and "God Gave Me You," to his remarkable streak of No. 1 singles. He also found time to marry fellow chart-topper Miranda Lambert and tour extensively. He continues to blaze new trails, the latest being his adoption of Twitter. His timely and irreverent tweets showcase his unique connection with his ever-growing fanbase.
Kelly Clarkson - Since bursting onto the music scene 10 years ago, Clarkson has released five studio albums ("Thankful," "Breakaway," "My December," "All I Ever Wanted" and "Stronger"), sold over 20 million albums worldwide, 10 million albums in the U.S. and has had nine singles in the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart. She is the recipient of two Grammy Awards, two American Music Awards, two MTV Awards and 11 Billboard Awards. Clarkson's most recent effort, "Stronger," debuted at No. 2 on both the Billboard Top 200 and Digital Albums Chart. The album produced the single, "Mr. Know It All," which marks her ninth Top-10 hit.
Miranda Lambert - Lambert is country's reigning Female Vocalist of the Year, as bestowed by both the Country Music Association (CMA) and Academy of Country Music (ACM). She's won the prized Album of the Year trophy from both organizations, as well as from the ACMs for her second record, "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," and from the CMAs and ACMs for her third, "Revolution."
She received the top country female vocal performance honor at the most recent Grammy Awards for "The House That Built Me." She's also been named one of People magazine's Most Beautiful People and one of Maxim's Hottest Women of Country. Lambert recently released her fourth studio album, "Four the Record," which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums Chart and established her as the first country artist in the SoundScan era to have each of her first four albums debut at No. 1.