Season 19 of The Voice is going to be full of incredible musical artists. This year’s Battle Advisors were just announced and we are totally freaking out about seeing some of music’s biggest superstars on our television screens.
Who Are The Battle Advisors On This Season Of ‘The Voice’?
The coaches each chose which artist they wanted to advise their teams during The Battle Rounds. For Team Kelly Clarkson, Leon Bridges is slated to take on the role of Battle Advisor. “I have been really looking forward to him…I am such a fan of his talent, I love his tone, I love his artistry,” she said of having him help her team.
Over on Team John Legend, R&B singer Miguel will help advise the team. He is an incredible vocal artist, songwriter and producer. For Team Gwen Stefani, singer/songwriter Julia Michaels will be the Battle Advisor. She actually co-wrote Gwen’s album called “This Is What the Truth Feels Like.” Gwen is making her highly anticipated ‘Voice’ return and hopes to get her first win with Julia’s help.
And of course as previously hinted at by Blake Shelton himself, country superstar Kane Brown will be mentoring Team Blake. Kane has previously performed on The Voice before become a Battle Advisor. He posted the news on Twitter saying “I’m back on @NBCTheVoice this season! …But this time, I’m advising #TeamBlake for the battle rounds. Check back for dates and times! @BlakeShelton#TheVoice.”
What To Expect On Season 19 Of ‘The Voice’?
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the show is sticking to its usual format of Blind Auditions, The Battle Rounds, Knockouts, Playoffs and Live Performances. “We’ve been hard at work putting the show together during these obviously strange times,” said host Carson Daly. “We couldn’t shake hands. The coaches couldn’t hug their artists in the blind auditions. It’s different.”
The trailer for this season of The Voice looks absolutely epic and the coaches seem to be very impressed with the pool of contestants this year. Take a look at the teaser below as one contestant takes on an iconic Lizzo song.
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.”
Other things to look forward to this season include Gwen shooting t-shirts out of a gun to maintain social distancing while simultaneously giving mercy to members of her team. The Voice premieres on October 19 on NBC. Which coach are you rooting for?