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Season 23 of The Voice just ended in May, but Season 24 is in production now! Since the blind auditions, battles, and knockouts are pre-taped, the show starts filming months before a new season airs.
This upcoming season of The Voice will be the first without Blake Shelton. The longtime coach retired from the show at the end of Season 23.
He received a send-off fit for “The King of the Voice,” including a tribute performance from his past team members. Singers such as Danielle Bradbery, Bryce Leatherwood, and Craig Wayne Boyd returned for the tribute.
Host Carson Daly shared a picture from his first day on the Voice set without Shelton. He made it clear how much Shelton will be missed on the show.
“My first day ever shooting @nbcthevoice without @blakeshelton,” Daly said. “We had a ritual of getting hair & makeup together for 23 seasons. I think I’m handling it well. Everything’s fine.”
On Thursday (July 20), Daly and the Voice coaches shared their first photo together while working on Season 24. The Voice captioned the snapshot, “get in besties, we’re going to blinds.”
The Voice also revealed the exact date the show will return this fall. Mark your calendars, because Season 24 of The Voice premieres on Monday, September 25 on NBC.
See the picture of Daly and the Voice coaches below. We’re looking forward to the new season of the show!