‘The Voice’ Season 22 Has Started Filming, Here’s How to Get Tickets
The Voice Season 22 has officially started filming, and fans can request tickets to upcoming tapings. This is the first year the show has only aired one season rather than two. Although a premiere date hasn’t been announced, this season’s coaching panel has.
‘The Voice’ Is Filming, Fans Can Request Tickets
Earlier this week, warm-up host Chuck Dukas posted photos from the set of The Voice, showing a small audience in the stands. He tagged the location as Universal Studios Hollywood and wrote in the caption, “Had a fun day warming up this great crowd today.”
The show is currently filming the Blind Auditions, and fans can request tickets to attend online. Tickets are currently available by request for Thursday, June 23, and Friday, June 24. There are two tapings listed for each day, in the morning and afternoon.
Audience members must be at least 18 years old and be fully vaccinated, with a negative Covid-19 test result no more than two days before the taping. Attendees must also wear face masks at all times unless told otherwise by crew.
New Coach Camila Cabello Joins Season 22
Season 22 of The Voice will feature a new coach, Camila Cabello. She appeared as a Battle Advisor on John Legend’s team last year, and now she’ll be sitting in her own spinning red chair and coaching her own team.
Past coach Gwen Stefani will also be joining the panel this season. She last appeared as a coach in Season 19, when her artist Carter Rubin won the show. This will be her sixth season on the panel, as she’s appeared on and off over the years.
Stefani’s husband Blake Shelton will also return to the panel for his 22nd season of coaching. Rounding out the panel is John Legend, who will be back for his seventh season as a coach. That means we have to say goodbye to Kelly Clarkson, who coached for eight seasons but won’t be appearing this time.
Carson Daly will return to host the new season, which is expected to premiere some time this fall on NBC.