Mentors, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine are committed to do the fall edition, while their participation in the spring one will be based on their availability as all four are active musicians.
The ratings for “The Voice” are higher during the blind auditions featuring the spinning chairs, and then fall off in the battle rounds.
So, NBC execs are extending the presence of the show’s signature feature. They will “put the spinning chairs into the battle rounds this coming season.”
NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt wouldn’t elaborate on specifics but noted that the tweaks will make The Voice “even better and more competitive.”
According to RadarOnline.com, Christina Aguilera’s diva behavior has been causing drama on the set of “The Voice” because she’s late almost every single day.
A source said: ”Christina is consistently about two hours late. For season three this has got to stop.”
Producers have been fining Christina an undisclosed amount when she shows up late. They might even raise the fee for next season if the behavior continues.
The source said: ”Whatever her fine is now doesn’t bother her. She has so much money she probably doesn’t notice. Higher-ups on the show want to raise it to a number that does bother her so she actually arrives on time.”