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Why Kelly Clarkson Left The Voice

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The trainers for the upcoming season 22 of NBC’s The Voice have been officially revealed thanks to a TikTok from the self-proclaimed ‘King’ of The Voice, Blake Shelton. The fourth coach came as a bit of a surprise to fans of the show, revealing that Kelly Clarkson won’t be returning next season.

Shelton posted a TikTok on Friday, May 13, 2022 with the caption “#duet this if you’re going to be a coach on #TheVoice” this fall.

Clarkson, who was a coach on the show for a decade, will be taking at least one season off. Camila Cabello announced that she will take on the fourth coaching spot alongside Blake Shelton, John Legend and Gwen Stefani.

During a recent episode of “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” Clarkson seemingly revealed her reason for leaving “The Voice” and explained why it might not be a permanent breakup.

She was interviewing country music legend Faith Hill when she realized she was working constantly.

“You’re working on your dick, girl,” Hill told Clarkson.

Clarkson replied, “I’m taking the summer off, I’m very excited.”

“It’s my first summer off since I was about sixteen,” she said.

Since The Voice is filmed in late summer and early fall, this offers an explanation as to why Clarkson may not be returning to the show for the season. It also gives her fans hope. If the star is only taking one summer off, that means she may return for a later season of the show.

The 21st season of the show The Voice ended in December 2021, and usually by that time the coaches have already started filming the next season of the show.

However, in 2021, The Voice announced that the show would only air once a year instead of twice per deadline.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, this is the first time since 2012 that the show has been scheduled to run one season per year. Since then, the show has aired twice a year.

On May 31, 2022, The Voice casting announced a new casting call on Instagram.

“VIRTUAL OPEN CALL REGISTRATION OPENS TOMORROW,” the account published. “Set your reminders and register tomorrow for June 8th, 9th, 21st and 22nd!”

They added, “We can’t wait to hear what you’ve got!”

They also posted the next day to remind fans to audition for the show.

One person took to Reddit to say they were confused by the open call.

“I’m a little confused as they have already held open auditions for the upcoming season which started in October 2021 and ended in December 2021. Does anyone know why that is?” the post reads. “I’ve been a bit confused since I auditioned in October and now I’m not sure what the train is.”

One person responded, writing: “The virtual open call would likely be for the season after this upcoming one (Spring or Fall 2023). The candidates for this fall season are already in the process.”

Some indications are that “The Voice” will return for at least the spring 2023 season.

“If selected as a contestant, you must be willing to travel to and reside in one or more undisclosed locations in the United States for a period of several weeks at any time during October 2022 and May 2023 (or as otherwise planned by the producer). . Economy travel is paid for by the producer,” reads the audition eligibility page.

If there is a spring season of The Voice, it will be taped in the fall, likely with a small crossover from the Season 23 live shows, which will end in late November or early December 2023.

CONTINUE READING: LOOK: Gwen Stefani’s cute Father’s Day tribute to Blake Shelton

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