Blake Shelton Hints That This HUGE Country Superstar Will Be ‘The Voice’ Advisor
Season 19 of The Voice will be the most exciting one yet, giving fans the dose singing competitions they have been craving amid the coronavirus pandemic. Coach Blake Shelton just hinted at one massive name that could be joining his team this season as an advisor. Watch the video below to find out who it is.
Blake Shelton Gives Clues About Who His Battle Advisor Will Be On ‘The Voice’
Blake posted two Instagram stories to let his fans try and guess who his Battle Advisor will be on this season of The Voice. First, Blake put out a little quiz. He told his followers that the artist collaborated with three of the artists listed in the quiz. It was the fans’ job to choose which artist the Battle Advisor has not collaborated with. The answer choices were John Legend, Ava Max, Lauren Alaina and Maren Morris. Fans were quickly able to figure out that Blake’s Battle Advisor is none other than country superstar Kane Brown. Kane has collaborated with everyone except Maren.
The next clue that Blake teased involved him playing a clip of the artist singing. Right away, fans recognized Kane singing Uncle Kracker’s “Follow Me.” His smooth tone and incredible voice were such an easy giveaway. However, Blake did not confirm that Kane will be the Battle Advisor. He told fans that he will officially announce it on Monday.
This season Blake is also competing against girlfriend Gwen Stefani who signed on to coach in her ‘Voice’ return. Will Blake or Gwen win this year? Everyone knows Blake has solidified his title as the king of The Voice and isn’t afraid to go head to head against Gwen. Their relationship blossomed on the show and they have been letting it play out in front of the cameras. Check out their full relationship timeline below in this What’s Hot Video. Everything from their divorces before getting together to their hit duets is discussed.
The Show Is Adapting To New Social Distancing Rules
While many are excited to see Blake and Kane mentor the contestants together, host Carson Daly spilled some tea about this season. “We’ve been gearing up for season 19 of The Voice” he said. “We’ve been hard at work putting the show together during these obviously strange times. We couldn’t shake hands. The coaches couldn’t hug their artists in the blind auditions. It’s different.”
While the show has made these changes to adhere to social distancing rules and ensure the safety of everyone, he promised it will still be the same exciting show. “The show’s great in a lot of ways because it’s so intimate,” he continued. “No audience, so it really becomes more about the voice in an odd way. It’s still the same old ‘Voice’ that you love. This group is great.”