No doubt, this season of the voice gonna be the most interesting season of The Voice as Ariana Grande has joined as the youngest coach. She has broken every single rule in her contract. Instead, she is ignoring the contract anyways. Other coaches of “The Voice” includes Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson as a coach.
How did she break rule #1?
She keeps on talking and coaching her fellow teammates after the show. Technically, as per rules, she is not allowed to reply to her group messages outside the show.
In an interview with Us Weekly, Grande revealed, “I’m obsessed about my group. I speak to them on a regular basis.” But, Grande technically is not supposed to speak together with her group members exterior of show tapings. But, the “Positions” singer says she will not be able to resist talking.
“I’ve broken each rule in my contract. I speak to them (Team Ariana) all, on a regular basis. I’m like, DMing them. They’re like, ‘You’re not supposed to try this.’ And I’m like, ‘Sorry,'” Grande stated.
Ariana also spoke about her time on the show. She said, “I just love seeing the talent on the show and getting to know these artists and work with them. It’s just, like, a really special experience to be able to share some of what we’ve learned and been able to do in our lives with these artists that are just wanting to do the same thing. It’s a really special opportunity to be able to share that with people. To be in that position is really interesting.”
Grande Has Yet to Use Her Block
During the blind auditions, every coach will get one alternative to dam one other coach from getting a contestant on their group. In the primary two episodes of season 21, Grande was nonetheless getting used to combating for her favorite performers. She’s the one coach who has but to make use of her block.
Legend used his block to forestall Grande from getting Joshua Vacanti on her group. On the show, Grande stated she had no concept it could really feel like such a private assault to be blocked.
What are the Teams So Far?
With two nights of blind auditions down, “The Voice” coaches’ groups are rising. Here’s who’s on every coach’s roster up to now.
So far, the beginner coach has Katie Rae (a mother who spoke about her expertise with Postpartum Depression in her pre-show interview), Katherine Ann Mohler, registered nurse Vaughn Mugol, Chavon Rodgers, and father-son duo Jim and Sasha Allen on her group.
It’s no secret that Blake Shelton is in it to win it. He needs solely one of the best on Team Blake. His roster up to now is Wendy Moten (she acquired a four-chair-turn after her audition), 19-year-old Peedy Chavis, nation singer Lana Scott, and 15-year-old Hailey Green.
The contestants on Team Legend to this point are most cancers survivor Jonathan Mouton, faculty sophomore Jack Rogan, Joshua Vacanti (Legend blocked Grande after listening to Vacanti sing “Into the Unknown from “Frozen 2”), Samuel Harness, and Navy veteran Paris Winningham.
Clarkson has two four-chair-turn contestants on her group: Gymani and the sibling act Girl Named Tom’s. Clarkson’s different group members to this point are nation singer Kinsey Rose (Clarkson blocked Shelton to get her),and bilingual artist Carolina Alonso.
New episodes of “The Voice” air Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. Eastern on NBC.