In anticipation of the upcoming third season of The Voice, that is due to debut on September 10th at 8pm est on the NBC Network, judge Blake Shelton and host Carson Daly have been dishing some details about what fans can expect to see when the series enters into its new year.
While Daly shared details involving the show’s format, Blake Shelton leaked a few hints about the talented line-up that will hit the stage this fall. “We are going to make a few slight changes to the kind of the format of the show. Nothing crazy. We are already working on it right now. We are shooting season three,” Daly told fans while attending the Critics Choice Television Awards.
According to several rumors circulating, Daly could be referring to the producer’s decision to keep multiple singers from being on the same team during the final four. Of course this still remains speculation. Daly also went on to add, “We got a great, great group of aspiring artists this year.”
Meanwhile, Shelton replied to a tweet about the auditions that are currently taking place for season 3. “It’s a secret but I will tell you that Christina has a hell of a duo!!!!” Last season brought some entertaining talent such as The LiNE, The Shields Brothers and more. Let’s hope season 3 can do the same.
Currently the betting odds for The Voice for the third season stands at 5/6 for both a male and female winner. After hearing that show runners were not happy about season 2 winner Jermaine Paul, per Radar Online, things could also change when the series returns. Apparently they felt Dia Frampton should have won according to an inside source. “The execs will support him publicly, but behind the scenes they’re nervous.” I’m hoping to see a female win this year since the last two seasons have awarded two male singers with the season title.
Don’t forget The Voice will kick off on September 10th at 8pm with its first battle round episode. Who are you routing for? A male or a female winner? Or do you think a dup will final take home the prize? Betting Odds will continue to be formed throughout the course of the season.