Are you ready for The Voice Season 19? Yes, that is right! It is the 19th season of The Voice and they are airing this 2020!
The 18th season of The Voice might not have ended we’ve thought it to be as the show ended in having the judges and the contestants shoot in their homes. Though these times still present a huge obstacle, the show must go on and the 19th season of The Voice came sooner than most have expected!
Here are the things that you should know about this upcoming season!
They Are Back!
Season 19 judges feature some old faces Blake Shelton, which marks his 19th season as a coach of the show, five-time coach Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson in her sixth, and John Legend in his fourth. They’re back and it sure is a pretty sweet reunion for the four of them. The excitement between the four superstars was channeled through a fresh rendition of one of the Bob Marley’s classic, “One Love.”
The Voice Season 19 coaches rendition of “One Love” started with the pop singer-songwriter and pianist John Legend walking down a street in the city of New York. Then a piano with the sign “Play Me” caught his eyes and that where all the jam sessions began.
Clarkson then soon followed Legend while leaning out of a window. Then one of country music’s most loved duos and couple, co-judges Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani appeared wandering about a neighboring home. Shelton strums his guitar as they sang along. The words “Together Again” flash as the song ended.
12 Days to Go
After several delays in its filming schedule, The Voice Season 19 is set to air on NBC this fall beginning October 19. Blind auditions have already commenced last summer. In a recent teaser, the coaches hang around together and talked about the things that they were into during the past months. Of course, teasing Blake Shelton was on top of everyone’s list.
The Blind Audition and Virtual Fans
From August 3-7, The Voice Season 19 held its blind auditions at Universal Studios Hollywood. It was said that artists and judges were physically present at the venue, however, fans were not allowed due to the abiding health protocols. Still, fans became live audiences but only virtually. Future details regarding the physical appearances of fans for the main show is still left unknown.
Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson
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