“The Voice” Gears Up For Season 2

Season 2 of The Voice debuts Feb. 5 after the Super Bowl, with all four celeb coaches—Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, and Cee Lo Green—returning to the famous red chairs. “We’re gonna make the Super Bowl look small,” Shelton proclaimed to media gathered last week on the show’s set in Los Angeles.

A few changes in the works for the new season of the NBC hit include more contestants per team (up from eight to 12), as well as extended show time devoted to the blind audition rounds. Christina Milian is on board as the new social media correspondent.

Executive producer Mark Burnett told the press that viewer feedback enticed producers to devote more time to the blind auditions. Compared to last year, there was also more time to produce those episodes. Burnett also talked about how the big red chairs have become another star of the show.

Season 1 provided room for the contestants and judges to figure out the dynamics and strategy of the show, so expect more savvy on all sides for the upcoming season. One new contestant even enticed judges to promise to keep him/her on the show for a few rounds if he/she joined their team.

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