For The First Time In ‘The Voice’ History, Coaches Will Get A Super Save

Host Carson Daly revealed that each coach will be able to bring back one eliminated artist this season.

Season 24 of The Voice has proven to be a high-stakes competition, with each talented artist giving their best in the exhilarating race.

In a historic red chair switchover, this season marked the first after Blake Shelton‘s emotional departure from the series. Fellow country legend Reba McEntire stepped in to take his place, facing the challenge of filling the massive cowboy boots left by The Voice legend. She sure has been delivering an impressive performance!

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The contestants this season have been impressing audiences with their talent-packed performances, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the emergence of the next champion among these powerhouse singers.

Last week brought some thrilling news for fans of the show, especially those whose favorite contestant has already been eliminated.

What’s the rule change in Season 24 of The Voice?

In the latest developments of The Voice Season 24, a significant rule modification has sparked curiosity and anticipation among fans. Following the three-way Knockouts, host Carson Daly revealed an unexpected twist: each coach is now granted a super save, allowing them to bring back any previously eliminated contestant from any team for the upcoming Playoffs.

We’ve changed the rules. We’ve had to do something rather drastic — something that’s never been done in 24 seasons on The Voice.”

Although Daly didn’t provide extensive details in that particular episode, a brief teaser for the next one provided the news. While the number of super saves per coach is limited to one, fans are eagerly anticipating how this twist will impact the Playoffs.

The Voice Super Save Teaser Video.
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The introduction of this new rule adds an element of unpredictability to the competition, leaving viewers eager to witness the strategic choices made by the coaches and the potential impact on the dynamics of the show.

Find out who returns to the show Monday 8/7c and Tuesday 9/8c on NBC and streaming on Peacock TV.

See the teaser video below!

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