'The Voice' First Look: What's So Great About the Blind Auditions? (Video)
The coaches and prospective competitors give their take on the NBC talent competition's unique approach to finding its singers.
If you’ve never watched NBC’s The Voice before, there’s one good reason you need to give it a chance when Season 2 premieres Feb. 5 after the Super Bowl: The blind auditions.
Picture this: No bad singers. Seriously, the show’s casting producers aren’t lining up people for failure and humiliation or giving attention-seekers a stage in front of a national audience like other talent competitions. Every singer that hits The Voice stage has just as much chance as the next one to sing their heart out and will those coaches into swinging their red chair around or not.
But, why take my word for it? The show’s coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Cee Lo Green along with the singers themselves describe the uniqueness, the gravity and the possible glory of The Voice’s blind auditions for you in this first look video from NBC below.
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