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Fresh after Wednesday night's finale, show host Carson Daly has told reporters what changes the powerhouse singing competition has in store for season two.
[We're] expanding, but not too much. With success in network TV, often they overdo it once they’ve got a hit. They tend to just sort of whore it out, if you will. We’re going to have longer blind auditions. We only had 2 episodes of it this season and all of a sudden we were into the battle rounds. I think there will be at least four weeks of our blind auditions so that people can really sink their teeth into that discovery process.
We hang our hat on the fact that our coaches are mentoring these artists and not judging them. The relationship between them was something that was really cool. I mean, Blake put Dia and Xenia on his private jet. In season two, you’ll set that relationship much more in depth and with a little more quality time than we got to do it in season one.
Like we told you before, all four judges — Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee-Lo Green and Blake Shelton — are coming back.
We're betting they'll get double the amount of auditioners too! This show is the ish!
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