explains. "As much as we want to sit up here and talk about how different this show is, and it is, what people love the most is those damn buttons. People love to see us hit those buttons and somebody's life is changed at that moment. This is another way of changing somebody's life later on in the show, where they think all hope is lost, they're going home, the next thing you know the button gets pushed and they're right back in the game again. That's pretty exciting."
In a video promo for the new season, Blake unabashedly refers to himself as the "returning champion" since his contestant, Jermaine Paul was the season two winner, but in spite of some rocky moments they've endured with each other, the coaches confirm that their bond has strengthened since the first season. Because the show will run this year in both the fall and spring seasons, resulting in one or more of them possibly having to take a sabbatical to go on tour, that closeness obviously remains.
"For me, there's nobody comes to mind that can replace my Blake, my Adam and my Christina," says Cee Lo Green.
The Voice Season 3 premiere airs Monday, Sept. 10 at 8:00 PM ET.
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