NBC: Smash sneak peek! Plus 'The Voice' highlight clips

NBC fired over a big surprise included with tonight’s highlights of The Voice – they sent a 45 second version clippage of "Smash" that aired this evening! 

Check out that all new clip and of course, a knockout night on The Voice.


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Season 2 Sneak Peek

Get a first look at all the drama in store this season on Smash!




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Blake and Christina: "Just a Fool"

Christina enlists Blake for a powerful duet on "Just a Fool," as featured on her new album, "Lotus."

Sylvia Yacoub: "Girl on Fire" With her coach looking on, Sylvia puts her all into Alicia Keys' "Girl on Fire." Terry McDermott: "Summer of '69" Terry puts his heart and soul into Bryan Adams' "Summer of '69." Melanie Martinez: "Seven Nation Army" The young singer makes the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" her own. Cody Belew: "Crazy in Love" Cody puts his own spin on Beyonce's breakout hit, "Crazy in Love." Bryan Keith: "New York State of Mind" Brooklyn's Bryan Keith brings it home with his take on Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind." Amanda Brown: "Stars" Amanda reprises another song from Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, "Stars." Trevin Hunte: "Scream" The big teen from Brooklyn goes for it all with his take on Usher's "Scream." http://www.nbc.com/the-voice/video/?vid=1424625 Embed: Nicholas David: "Lean on Me" The unconventional Twin Cities singer offers his take on Bill Withers' "Lean on Me." Cassadee Pope: "Over You" Cassadee sings Blake and Miranda's poignant hit, "Over You." Dez Duron: "Feeling Good" Dez tackles a Broadway classic, "Feeling Good."


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