NBC’s The Voice has easily become the most popular competition shows on the air right now. The U.S. version was formed from the original show called The Voice of Holland which has spawned multiple different shows in various countries across the world. A big part of what makes The Voice so successful is that it’s stacked with mega-stars who coach the contestants and compete against one another. Members of the coaching panel include Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera and Pharrell Williams, as well as Gwen Stefani, Usher, CeeLo Green and Shakira. Its safe to say this is a star-studded show! Now onto the twelfth season, The Voice has become hugely successful featuring guest celebrity appearances, live performances from the coaches and an audience based voting process. We’ve decided to take a look behind-the-scenes and find out what all goes down when the cameras aren’t rolling:
Putting together a show like The Voice requires a lot of work and it takes a village! In fact, to be more specific, it involves a crew of about 600 people. Just one show requires 12 set changes and 1,900 lights!