The audience filling company, 1iota.com announces The Voice season 19 Blind Auditions tapings will begin July 29, but with a twist. Currently, they are looking for fans to fill a “remote” audience. The Voice season 19 blind auditions are set to tape on July 29, August 3, August 4, August 5, August 6 and August 7.
The upcoming season, set to air this fall, will feature a familiar set of faces on the coaches panel: Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Gwen Stefani. Gwen coached season 17, but sat out season 18 as pop star Nick Jonas joined the panel for a cycle.
According to 1iota, the format will remain the same: The Blinds, followed by the Battles, the Knockouts and finishishing with the Live finals.
CALLING ALL VOICE FANS FROM AROUND THE U.S.! This is your first opportunity to participate in the Blind Auditions for Season 19 of The Voice from the comfort of your own home. Submit to join the remote audiences above!
Four-time Emmy Award-winning musical competition series “The Voice” returns with the strongest vocalists from across the country invited to compete in the show’s newest season.
Grammy Award winner and multi-platinum global superstar Gwen Stefani returns to “The Voice” to join acclaimed coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton in the iconic red chairs for Season 19. Carson Daly returns as host.
The show’s innovative format features for stages of competition: the first begins with the Blind Auditions, then the Battle Rounds, Knockouts, and, finally, the Live Performance Shows.
Season 19 of “The Voice” will air this Fall on NBC.
The big question is, will the coaches and host Carson Daly tape remotely from their homes like the audience, or will they film a socially distant version of the show in their big red chairs on the Universal Studios lot?
Rising cases of coronavirus in Los Angeles County and elsewhere in the state has prompted California governor Gavin Newsom to shut the state back down. Bars and restaurants and indoor events are now closed for business. The latest government edicts could complicate TV production going forward.