The Voice Season 15 Premiers in Two Weeks: New Promos, Photos

THE VOICE -- "Blind Auditions" Episode 1501 -- Pictured: (l-r) Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

The Voice season 15 premiers in TWO WEEKS on Monday September 24. Two American Idol alums–Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson–will join veterans Adam Levine and Blake Shelton on the coaches panel. Not to say Kelly and Jennifer are totally inexperienced. Kelly made her coaches panel debut last spring when she mentored teen singer Brynn Cartelli to a win. Jennifer is also returning to The Voice after coaching on season 13 last fall. In addition, she has two season of The Voice UK under her belt.

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After the Blind auditions air, the Battle Rounds begin and will feature celebrity advisors.

Blake Shelton has tapped former The Voice AU coach and American Idol judge Keith Urban to help mentor.  Kelly Clarkson, will bring along country superstar Thomas Rhett to assist her team. Jennifer Hudson will bring pop singer Halsey to lend a hand with her singers. And lastly, Adam Levine will bring back former The Voice coach CeeLo Green to the show.

Many singers who auditioned for The Voice 15 have announced their participation on social media. Click to check out our contestant list with SPOILERS!

And check out a couple of new(ish) promos. The first features Kelly and Jennifer. Here’s a tidbit: Kelly used “The Block” on Jennifer. Oops. In case you are just tuning in, The Block is a twist which allows coaches to keep each other from nabbing a hopeful for their respective teams.

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The second video is an extended promo that was featured exclusively on Xfinity cable. Check it out.  Bonus: Two new promo photos. 

THE VOICE -- "Blind Auditions" Episode 1501 -- Pictured: (l-r) Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Blake Shelton -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

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5 Comments

  1. I’m still a diehard Voice fan, but I have to say I just am not looking forward to this season. Four judges with huge personalities all attention seekers. I’m not sure I can handle it.

  2. I’ve completely shifted by expectations for the Voice. I now watch to enjoy the coaches banter while also enjoying the basically professional contestant performances with little or no investment for discovering future talent or artists to follow. Its far more enjoyable that way :) There is basically 0 chance for a star to come from this show so why expect it lol.

  3. I never expect a star to be produced by any of these shows. And anyone that goes on a show and expects to become a star is not dealing with reality. I do like the talent that appears on the Voice better than on the other shows, in general anyway. I’ve actually seen quite a few when they have appeared her locally. I usually FF through the coaches, but sometimes that isn’t always possible. It’s just this combination I’m not looking forward to; we need one grounded one in the bunch. I already miss Alicia, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, but also Miley.

  4. I love Alicia and was so surprised ( shocked ) how much I enjoyed Miley. I look forward to one or both returning…soon.
    There is going to be an overload of personality and competition from the coaches this season

  5. LOL! Now Kelsea Ballerini has been added as the 5th comeback coach. All that star power yet they can’t produce as star winner. It is still all about opportunities for the coaches. So happy that my favorite contestant on TV, Koryn Hawthorne, is doing so well in Gospel. But she did not win and she is with RCA Inspirational. It must be disappointing and frustrating to win one of these shows (with fanfare and hope) only to see your career stall and the interest and support disappear in record time. And years later you are still trying to explain what happened (Alisan).

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