Chance the Rapper Says ‘The Voice’ Red Chair Has Temperature Control Settings
Gracing The Voice as the newest coach of the season, Chance the Rapper is not merely focused on casting the right artists for his team. Apparently, he’s also noticed one interesting aspect about the show’s famous red chair.
Chance the Rapper Leaks One Fact Regarding The Voice’s Red Chair
Sitting down for an interview with TODAY, Chance the Rapper is bold in saying that he eyes to be the winning coach for The Voice season 23. However, apart from this goal, he also revealed one thing he noticed amid days of sitting in the coach’s chair. Apparently, the turning chair has climate setting.
“I’m the leak, I’m the one that dropped the info,” Chance The Rapper said. “The famous red spinning chairs on the show, a lot of people don’t know this, there is a heating setting underneath it to get yourself warm, and a cool setting too.”
Chance hilariously went on, stating that they have “heated seats” on The Voice. Carson Daly then chimed in on the seat’s setting conversation, making fun of veteran coach Blake Shelton.
“I think that’s because of Blake Shelton,” Daly said. “He’s so old now, he needs temperature control.”
For those who may not know, season 23 will be Shelton’s last season on the singing competition series. The country superstar won season 22 with Bryce Leatherwood. Now, he’s obviously not leaving The Voice without a good fight.
He Wants His Artists to ‘Tell Their Story’ Throughout the Series
During the same interview, Chance also opened up about his competition game plan. As a new coach, the rapper hopes to provide his artists an opportunity to showcase themselves.
“My main goal in being on the show is trying to help the other artists bring themselves out in their performances,” he said. “I want to give people the opportunity to show their identity to tell their story through song and stuff.”
According to Chance, all the people on his team are “great artists and great people.” Furthermore, he stated that he will not be too strict about turning them into artists. Rather, he will just focus on giving them the platform to be themselves and sing the songs that they grew up listening to. Ultimately, Chance wants his artists to present themselves fully so that “America will love them.”