The Voice is returning to television after major revamps in production that promote safety standards and health precautions. This includes a virtual audience, distanced red chairs, and a ban on hugging.



'The Voice' Returns to NBC

Gwen Stefani will return to the show, alongside stars Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Blake Shelton who will fill the other three seats. Stefani stated in an interview:

"It feels kind of like a miracle. I never really imagined being on the show ever, let alone right now in this crazy time where just to do anything feels like a blessing."

Stefani's boyfriend and fellow coach, Blake Shelton, shared his excitement about her return.

"Having Gwen back is literally very comforting to all the coaches because we all kind of feel like we were able to go back to the game that we already knew we all know how to play each other." It kind of felt like the old gang got back together again and we're having a blast."

After a difficult period in their personal lives, the coaches are just grateful to be part of this uplifting show. John Legend's wife, Chrissy Teigen, recently experienced a miscarriage and Clarkson revealed that she is separating from husband Brandon Blackstock over the summer.

Clarkson shared her excitement about being able to provide some positivity for others navigating this difficult time.

"A lot of people are still able to work which a lot of jobs have been lost in this pandemic so that's awesome. But the producers have done a really fantastic job figuring out how to still make this work and still be entertaining for people at home who really need a distraction."

Legend shares how artists have managed crafting music through quarantine.

"Everyone has been in quarantine. Everyone has been trying to find ways to express themselves musically and 'The Voice' is here for them. We got some of the best talent in the country to come audition for us and I'm excited for you all to hear them."

The Voice will air every Monday at 8/7c on NBC starting tonight!

Kane Brown Is Feeling Cool

Kane Brown will not only be an advisor on Shelton's team this season, but he is also up for two CMT Music Awards. He will is hosting the show with Modern Family star Sarah Hyland. Ashley McBryde, Dan + Shay, Kelsea Ballerini, and Luke Combs are among those leading the way with the most nominations.

Find out who wins this Wednesday at 8/7c on CMT.

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The Billboard Latin Music Awards will also premiere this Wednesday. The show rescheduled after being postponed in April with Bad Bunny and Ozuna receiving 14 nods each. You can watch the show live on October 21st on Telemundo.



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