Blake Shelton Fans Are Convinced He Quit 'The Voice' After Making Big Announcement

Blake Shelton Fans Are Convinced He Quit ‘The Voice’ After Making Big Announcement

As spring is officially in full swing, The voice fans miss the coach Blake Shelton in his red chair. Now the country music singer is gearing up for her return to television – but not (yet) for the singing competition show.

May 5, The voice host Carson Daly announced on Today show (where he is co-anchor) that he and Blake collaborated on a new celebrity game show called Barmageddon. Airing on USA Network, the two will invite internet sensations to play classic bar games with a twist at Blake’s Ole Red bar in Nashville. Carson will be standing behind the bar while Blake will conduct live music concerts with his house band. Additionally, the WWE star and America’s Got Talent: Extreme judge Nikki Bella will be the host.

“They say write what you know. Well, we produced what we know. We know the bars and we have fun,” Carson said on Today. “We went there with a celebrity, a VIP, someone made internet famous for some stupid reason and they play five rounds of ridiculous bar games. There is music. We have WWE Hall of Famer Nikki Bella as our host. The world is a complex place and it is quite the opposite.

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After Carson shared details about his exciting TV project with Blake, the “God’s Country” singer took to Instagram to celebrate the news.

“You all heard it from @carsondaly on @todayshow first!!!” he captioned a black-and-white photo of himself and his co-host. “#Barmageddon is coming soon to a TV near you on @usa_network. It’s so stupid you can’t not watch it… Can’t wait for friends old and new to join in and LA @thenikkibella for drinking, music and fun at @olered. More to come!!!”

Reacting to Blake’s new show, fans immediately rushed to his comments section with a mix of emotions, including fears that he might not return. The voice. “And the Voice, isn’t it coming back?” one person wrote. “Really gonna MISS THE VOICE 😢😢😢,” added another.

By IMDB, Barmageddon is currently in post-production and no premiere date has yet been announced. According to Carson, the duo came up with the idea while filming The voice during the coronavirus pandemic. “@blakeshelton and I have created a world where life is simple,” he wrote in his own Instagram post. “Good friends hang out, drink, play silly bar games and just have fun again.” Viewers can expect to see celebrities playing Air Cannon Cornhole, Keg Curling, Drunken Ax Hole, Sharts (“Shelton Darts”) and more.

As for The voice, the singing competition series has yet to be renewed for season 22. In May 2021, just before the season 20 finale, NBC revealed that the show would only air one season per year instead. of two as she had done for more than a decade. This seems to suggest that The voice will return later this fall but nothing has been confirmed, including Blake’s presence.

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Whether or not Blake returns to The voice for Season 22 is still up in the air. Along with recently opening up about his possible retirement from the country music scene, he’s also opened up about stepping out of the spotlight altogether. His project ? Devoting all his attention to his wife, Gwen Stefaniand their family.

“I mean, we have [Gwen and I have] both have pretty much pushed the limit when it comes to our careers and touring and now television,” Blake said. Todayit is Hoda Kotb in March 2021. “I had the chance to accomplish a lot. But hopefully at some point we’ll get the chance to live a life.”

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