Blake Shelton Loves to See Artists at Their Homes during 'The Voice' Remote Episodes

According to “The Voice” coach Blake Shelton, there’s an upside to hosting the singing competition remotely. The show started its remote live episodes on Monday, May 4, 2020.

Last week ahead of the results show, Shelton and fellow “Voice” coaches, John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, and Nick Jonas were interviewed about the new format and first episode. “The Voice” went on a hiatus amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking about the new and unusual way of production, Shelton confessed that he “actually enjoyed it.” The new format sees the coaches and competitors taking part in the show from their respective homes.

Blake Shelton at the Musicians On Call 20th Anniversary Kickoff Celebration on May 31, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Terry Wyatt/Getty Images

Blake Shelton at the Musicians On Call 20th Anniversary Kickoff Celebration on May 31, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Terry Wyatt/Getty Images


The country singer explained that he enjoyed the new format because “I'm actually seeing these artists at their home, in their natural environment.” He loved being able to see “the place that they go when they write a song or they want to record something or just work on music."

I have the most expensive hair and makeup artist on Planet Earth

Shelton shared that he found it “interesting” and he was afforded the opportunity to “meet a lot more of my artists' family.” For his part, Legend revealed that he was “impressed with the level of professionalism” shown by the contestants.


Despite not having a live audience to perform to, Legend still felt the vocalists “brought it." Clarkson confessed how she handled the new format stating:

"I did the same job I would have done in person, except I didn't get to hug them."


First-time coach Jonas revealed he was "rolling with the punches" when it came to narrowing down his team. He added that he was “so grateful” for how patient his team has been with him so far.


Jonas signed in remotely from his Los Angeles home while Clarkson came through from her Montana ranch. Shelton joined in from Oklahoma and Legend also appeared from Los Angeles.


The new-look show included scenes of Clarkson sporting a "Team Kelly" jacket and a glass of red wine. Jonas sat in a unique red chair with a piece of paper with his name on it taped to the back.


Shelton sat in with a beverage on hand and bragged about having "the most expensive hair and makeup artist on Planet Earth, Gwen Stefani," his girlfriend. He added: "I hope that I look appropriate for this thing."


Legend joined in on a white chair in a dark room in his home. The Top 17 performers were narrowed down to just 9 last week.

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