Monday, November 29, 2021

Fans fear new TikTok means Blake Shelton is leaving “The Voice”

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Blake Shelton officially shot 500 episodes as a coach on NBC’s “The Voice” and thought of the occasion with a new TikTok video.

The video shows Shelton eating a large cake on his own – no fork necessary! His fellow coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Ariana Grande walk in and express their disbelief. “Oh my god, are you still eating the cake?” Asks Clarkson. “Shelton, that’s big,” says Legend with mock disapproval.

Shelton says he’s earned the cake since hitting the 500-episode mark. “I would give you a piece, but that’s the last piece,” he jokes. “I think it’s not enough for us anyway,” replies Grande.

Some fans used the comments to express their fears that Shelton might be planning to go after season 21. “If he leaves the show, he won’t be the same who he does, that’s why his humor is so attractive that millions see him,” wrote one TikTok user. “If Blake doesn’t come back I’ll definitely stop looking,” commented another.

Shelton is the only coach to have appeared on The Voice for all 21 seasons. Legend came in 2019 for Season 16 and Clarkson for Season 14, 2018. Season 21 is Grande’s first season as a coach. Shelton has not said anything about plans to leave the show, nor has NBC indicated that the “God’s Country” singer will be replaced next season.

On Monday, November 15th, “The Voice” will feature the 13 best candidates and the audience at home will vote for their favorite candidates. Shelton’s team was reduced to Wendy Moten, Paris Winnginham and Lana Scott.

During the top 20 appearances, Shelton Moten said she deserves to win. Moten and Winningham received the most votes from Team Blake. Shelton then rescued Scott and found that she was the only country singer in the competition.

Here are the remaining 13 candidates:

A topic was revealed in a sneak peek video of what’s coming for the top 13 live show. “It’s dedication week,” explains Grande in the video, adding, “and the most important thing is just to make sure you’re super emotionally connected to what you’re singing.”

The top 13 candidates must choose a song dedicated to someone special in their life. Two candidates will be eliminated on Tuesday, November 16, reducing the pool of candidates to just 11 musical acts.

To vote for your favorite candidates, visit the NBC website or download the official The Voice app. You can vote up to 10 times for each artist. You need to sign up with an email address or via Facebook to vote.

Voting begins Monday, November 15 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time and ends on Tuesday, November 16 at 7:00 a.m. Eastern time.

CONTINUE READING: WATCH: Blake Shelton’s mom voted for this candidate on “The Voice”

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