‘The Voice’ Coaches Head to Jimmy Fallon for Fun and Games

by Jonathan Howard
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This season of The Voice has already produced some great moments. Rookie coach Ariana Grande is a popular addition to the show’s panel. Now, it appears that the four coaches will be joining Jimmy Fallon for some fun music-based games later this fall.

The new game show, That’s My Jam, is coming to NBC on November 29. A sneak episode featuring the coaches of The Voice shows the four split into two teams. The show will test two teams of celebrities each episode competing for a charity of their choice. There will be music, dance, trivia, and performances involved.

Coach Kelly Clarkson shared a photo from the sneak episode set to air a month from now.

“Y’all know how competitive I can get with my fellow coaches! Watch the sneak episode of #ThatsMyJam after @NBCTheVoice on Monday, November 29th! @NBC,” the tweet read.

It shows Ariana Grande whispering something to her fellow coach and teammate Blake Shelton. Meanwhile, John Legend listens intently to Clarkson. It looks like these teams have clear leaders Also, Jimmy Fallon watches the coaches from The Voice ready to crack a joke at any moment it seems. It looks like it has a lot of potential to be a good game show.

On the new show, there will be games such as “Wheel of Impossible Karaoke,” “Perfect Mashup,” “Vinyl Countdown,” as well as “Slay It, Don’t Spray It.” While this is a sneak episode, the series won’t officially come out until the beginning of 2022. Fallon is an executive producer on the show as well as being the host.

‘The Voice’ Battle Rounds Prove Difficult for Coaches

Every season of The Voice brings great battles on stage. Seeing two artists put everything they have into a performance against another artist is as close to a competitive sport as singing gets many times. With so many great artists in these early rounds, there are no easy decisions for the coaches.

John Legend had to go through a difficult decision between two of his artists in the Knockout Round. It was a battle between Samara Brown and Shadale. Legend knew he had two good artists with these two, but their performance on stage was something else.

Brown began with her own version of Tina Turner’s Simply the Best. That is a great song to choose if you are competing on Team Legend. Not to mention it is an amazing song by an amazing and legendary singer. Brown about blew the roof off with her power, range, and attitude.

After that, Shadale bared it all out there on stage with her performance of Impossible by Shontelle. She looked like an R&B singer from the early 2000s. Then she sent chills down my spine when she started to get into the song. The crowd and Legend felt the same way. Fans will have to wait and see who continues on The Voice, but things are going to be close between these two singers.

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