Get a Sneak Peek into Season 19 of 'The Voice' with Its Official New Trailer

Fans can finally watch the popular singing competition "The Voice" on TV as celebrity voice coaches and their chosen artists will return with new episodes starting October 19. 

On September 10, the show management announced the return of their favorite celebrity voice coaches on YouTube. Many fans are thrilled that they can finally see them on screen.

Gwen Stefani and her boyfriend Blake Shelton first appeared on the first few clips of the 40-second video. Kelly Clarkson and John Legend also appeared after the couple.

The show has somehow hinted that their return comes with a new set of health and safety guidelines as Stefani can be seen in the video talking to a participant at a safe distance.

Its famous red swivel chairs are also situated eight feet apart from each other while the set seemed to be more spacious, and there is no crowd at the back.

The show's eighteenth season was aired remotely because of the pandemic crisis.

Now that "The Voice" will finally air in October, Shelton seems excited to be back on set. In the video, Stefani, Legend, and Clarkson are looking for ways to reach out to their artists, as hugging is still widely discouraged.

As a way to welcome her recruit under her team, Stefani attempted to blow off a t-shirt canon, but her plan failed. The t-shirt did not reach to the participants' hands.

Shelton rescued the "Sweet Escape" songstress by suggesting to give the token to her new team member through a long pole with a green glove at the end of it. 

The "Happy Anywhere" singer's quick solution was admired by Legend and Clarkson. As they settled down on their chairs, the judges took the time to update viewers about their life during the pandemic.

The show's return will also be the first time the "Hollaback Girl" singer is back after taking a break from the last season because of her Las Vegas residency.

The show's eighteenth season was aired remotely because of the pandemic crisis. Shelton's artist Todd Tilghman, 42, was proclaimed the show's grand winner.

"The Voice" coaches and real-life couple Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani during their 2016 performance at the iHeart Radio stage in Burbank, California. | Photo: Getty Images

"The Voice" coaches and real-life couple Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani during their 2016 performance at the iHeart Radio stage in Burbank, California. | Photo: Getty Images

In July, Shelton said during a SiriusXM interview with Storme Warren that the show's new season was in limbo because of the pandemic crisis. Delays in filming occurred.

He said that they were supposed to film their blind auditions the following month, but bad news about COVID-19 cases in California affected their filming schedules.

Despite the situation, the country music superstar remains optimistic that they can soon start filming the new season's blind auditions and go back to entertaining viewers.

While "The Voice" was put on hold during the pandemic, Shelton and Stefani took spent quality time together in Tishomingo ranch, where they quarantined with their family members.

Their isolation has made Shelton appreciate Stefani and all the wonders she has brought into his life. He said Stefani is one of the kindest people he has ever met and that she is a "great human being."

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