The Voice is gearing up for an entire new section because the singing competitors welcomes Reba McEntire, who’s stepping up as a coach following the departure of longtime fixture Blake Shelton.
The nation queen is about to serve alongside returning coaches John Legend, Niall Horan, and Gwen Stefani, who’re all pretty welcoming to the most recent member of the staff. In a brand new first-look teaser launched by NBC, Reba’s studying a factor or two about getting imply with the intention to maintain her personal within the battle to discover a excellent staff of singers by means of the Blind Auditions.
Within the black-and-white section above, Reba is seen becoming a member of the fray, with Niall remarking, “It’s like the primary day of faculty,” as he walks into the studio. As followers might recall, Niall was the profitable coach final season as he guided teen Gina Miles to victory.
Evidently, Reba is determined to get a crash course in teaching for The Voice. “Am I supposed to love y’all? Be imply to you? Is there one thing that I have to know to let me win?” she asks innocently. The recommendation she will get isn’t very useful as John, Niall, and Gwen all inform Reba to ship contestants their method.
“I’m trying ahead to slightly little bit of a battle with you guys,” Niall says, pointing to his fellow coaches earlier than they take the stage.
Following the Blind Auditions, Reba can’t recover from how imply her fellow coaches have been. “The Blind Auditions have been a lot more durable than I believed they have been gonna be. They block you and it’s simply so devious, however lots of enjoyable, too,” she says to the digital camera candidly. From her chair, she notes that the coaches change their personalities when onstage. “They’re actual imply. Particularly Gwen,” she says critically earlier than letting out amusing.
Don’t miss the coaches when the enjoyable kicks off. Tune into The Voice when it premieres with Season 24 on NBC, and catch the enjoyable first look, above.
The Voice, Season 24 Premiere, Monday, September 25, 8/7c, NBC