R&B musician John Legend to advise Adam Levine's team on season 12 of The Voice
In approximately one month, reality show The Voice will return with its anticipated 12th season on NBC, after a successful and exhilarating six straight years. Earlier this week, on Friday (Jan. 27th), it was officially revealed that coach Adam Levine had appointed R&B/soul singer-songwriter John Legend as his team's key advisor for the season following the blind auditions.
Legend meets Levine. Celebrate @johnlegend joining @adamlevine as #TeamAdam’s advisor on #TheVoice this season! 🙌 pic.twitter.com/GhsVyUTXkJ— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) January 27, 2017
On every season of The Voice, following the blind auditions, coaches will pick and choose which of their contestants go up and perform a sing-off against each other, called the Battle Rounds. Every Battle Rounds, each coach appoints a key advisor for their team to co-pilot the job of coaching. In seasons past, Levine has recruited rock star Sammy Hagar, Internet pop singer Tori Kelly, U.K. singer Ellie Goulding, Fleetwood Mac musician Stevie Wonder, among many others as team advisors.
NBC's The Voice will return with its 12th season on Monday, February 27th at 8:00/7:00p.m. CPT. It will then air every Monday and Tuesday thereafter. Who's excited?