The Voice coach Blake Shelton made his own hilarious intro after the other coaches didn’t want to introduce him. Shelton has been on the voice since its conception, and ever since it began, he’s brought his playful personality to set, stirring up faux rivalries and making The Voice what it is. Still, other coaches love to mess with him.
In a preview before the new show tonight, Shelton posted a video of himself making a very dramatic entrance. He hypes himself up before walking on to The Voice stage.
“If the other coaches won’t hype me up, then it’s time to take matters into my own hands!” the country star wrote.
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It’s an exciting new time for The Voice because it’s blind audition time. Essentially, Shelton and his fellow coaches get to hear a bunch of musical artists from all over the country. If they like the performance, they can press a button and compete with other coaches to get that person on their team.
The blind auditions are a great place to start for people new to The Voice, and this year, there’s plenty of talent both on stage and in the coaching chairs.
Along with Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and THE Ariana Grande are coaching this year. It’s Ariana Grande’s first year coaching, and she’s been a fan for the show for years. So far, she’s provided a healthy rivalry with Shelton and has shown a ton of respect for the auditioning singers.
“I just love seeing the talent that’s on the show and getting to know these artists and working with them,” Ariana Grande told Kelly Clarkson on her show.
Grande has also picked up a hilarious fake rivalry with Blake Shelton. Her status as a pop superstar has also brought in a younger audience to the show, which is very important for ratings. Shelton’s even joked about Grande replacing Shelton full-time and made plenty of his classic quips toward her while on stage. But despite the fact that she’s a major star right now, Grande seems to fit right in.
The contestant pool has also been very fierce. From a Father/son duo making waves to a vocalist wowing Ariana Grande with a rendition of her own song, the first week truly showed America some talent. Going into the second week, the competition looks just as fierce as the coaches continue to build their teams. The Twitter account for The Voice has already posted a video of a new “four-chair turn” audition for this week.
If you want to catch the voice, it airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7 Central on NBC.