The Voice for season 2 started on Sunday night right after the Super Bowl with some changes different from the inaugural season of this fascinating TV talent show.
The judges are the same, which is great, because even though these are very different characters, still, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, and Cee Lo Green possess some crazy good chemistry.
However, this year these arbiters will be joined by high-profile fellow mentors who are raring to go. Among them are Jewel, Lionel Richie, Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert, Alanis Morrisette, Robin Thicke, Ne-Yo, and Babyface.
Talk about a line-up.
But before that, The Voice is reportedly going to enjoy "a longer blind audition process," which means that more care will be taken as to which raw talent will be assigned to which main judge.
Then, when it's time for mentoring, what happens behind the scenes will be highlighted to show just how this arduous process works. This aspect of a bigger and better show will allow fans to get to know everyone better in a less structured situation than was previously seen on this show, and that should have even more viewers hooked.
That said, The Voice premiered on Sunday, February 5th, directly after the Super Bowl on NBC. Are you a fan?