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12 Long Island Reality TV Personalities

Reality television attracts some of the most talented, eccentric, and entertaining characters out there. So it’s no surprise that some of them are from Long Island. 

Shoreham’s Carter Rubin, 15, Wins Season 19 of NBC’s The Voice

Carter Rubin, a Shoreham teen who stole the hearts of celebrity judges and viewers across the nation, was named the winner of NBC’s The Voice last night.

Carter Rubin, Shoreham 15-Year-Old, Makes It To Finals on The Voice

Carter Rubin, 15, of Shoreham, has advanced to the final round of NBC’s The Voice.

Shoreham Teen Carter Rubin Advances To Semifinals of The Voice

Fifteen-year-old Carter Rubin, a Shoream resident, is rising up the ranks on NBC’s “The Voice,” advancing on Tuesday to the semifinals, where he’ll compete among the top nine contestants of Season 19.

Brentwood Songstress Auditions on The Voice

A 30-year-old Brentwood singer who plays the cello appeared Monday on the blind audition round of NBC’s singing competition reality show The Voice.

Plainview’s Marina Chello Cut From NBC’s The Voice

Marina Chello of Plainview came to the end of the road on NBC’s The Voice Monday night in spite of a powerful performance, losing out on a chance at $100,000 and a record deal on the first night of the knockout stage of the competition. 

Plainview Woman Secures Spot on The Voice

Up-and-coming singer Marina Chello of Plainview made an impression on the coaches of The Voice, securing a spot on Blake Shelton's team during Monday's premier of NBC's music competition show's 17th season.

WBLI Summer Jam: Uplifting Songs & Vibes Drown Out Heavy Rains...

About two hours into the show, menacing clouds moved in over the open-air amphitheater and with almost no time to run for cover, lightning struck, thunder rumbled, and torrential rain poured down over the audience in the theater and those on the much-too-long lines for food. Then, the show went on.

Jesse Kinch: Long Island’s Rising Star

“I promise you one thing. Each night I’m up on stage, I’m going to pour my heart and soul out. I’m going to put everything I have into it.”

The Squawk Box Blog: Unapologetic TV (& Film) Commentary

Laugh. Cry. Curse. Agree. Detest, vehemently. We want to hear it. Enjoy. This is The Squawk Box, and Television is who—and what—we are.