In a latest interview, Blake Shelton opened up about how “The Voice” “took over” his life.
Shelton mentioned, “I at all times simply really feel like, hey, look, if I am going someplace, then it should imply that I’m able to high-five some folks once I get on the market … It took away the general public facet of my life and pushed me into it… But you recognize what, I’m bizarre anyway. I dwell out in the course of nowhere in Oklahoma. And I imply, I’m in L.A. half the time, however I’m just about a slug right here.”
Shelton added, “I dwell off Gwen right here and I simply disguise in the home so I obtained it fairly good.”
Here’s what you could know:
Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani Announced Their Engagement in October 2020
Shelton and Stefani obtained engaged in October 2020. They introduced the information that very same month on Instagram. Stefani shared a photograph displaying off her new ring with Shelton, captioning the pic, “@blakeshelton sure please! 💍🙏🏻 gx.”
The submit has over 1 million likes thus far.
During his interview with Lowe, Shelton mentioned that he is “nonetheless probably not over” the truth that he will get to collaborate with somebody as profitable as his soon-to-be spouse.
He mentioned, “I nonetheless have these moments after we get into work mode, I do know that it ought to be tremendous like emotional and private and this, as a result of we’ve not executed that many, we have executed 4 songs collectively, and I’m nonetheless extra in blown away fan shocked mode once I truly work along with her.”
When Does a New Season of ‘The Voice’ Start?
While NBC hasn’t introduced when Season 21 of “The Voice” will kick off, Hidden Remote reported it can doubtless begin in September 2021.
The outlet wrote, “Should NBC return to a extra customary schedule for Fall 2021, it is doubtless we might see ‘The Voice’ season 21 kick-off as early as Monday, Sept. 20, or Monday, Sept. 27.”
Ariana Grande will probably be becoming a member of Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, and John Legend on the judges’ panel, that means Nick Jonas will probably be saying goodbye to his time on the show. At least for now.
As identified in a latest Heavy article, Jonas left the show in 2019 however then returned towards for the newest season, Season 20.
While Jonas hasn’t said precisely why he is leaving “The Voice”, a source told Page Six that the change isn’t everlasting.
“[Grande] is changing Nick Jonas, who’s a [coach] on the present season, however he is not leaving for good. Nick will stay on rotation with different stars which have appeared on the show. The chances are high he will probably be again quickly.”
Shelton is at present the longest-standing “Voice” coach. He has been part of all 21 seasons of the show.