‘The Voice’ Season 25 Premiere: Check Time, date, where to watch and stream

The next segment of “The Voice” Season 25 premiere is set to air this week, featuring a fresh batch of hopeful singers aiming to impress the celebrity coaches and kickstart their careers.

‘The Voice’ Season 25

Continuing from Part 1, the Season 25 blind auditions will unfold in Part 2, scheduled to be broadcast on Tuesday, Feb. 27, following the initial episode on NBC.

Since its debut in 2011, the American edition of this reality singing contest has propelled numerous talented artists into the spotlight, including Morgan Wallen and Melanie Martinez. Throughout its 25-season journey, the show has seen a rotating panel of celebrity judges, ranging from Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton to Usher and Miley Cyrus.

The ultimate winner of “The Voice” is determined by viewer votes and will secure a prize of $100,000 along with a record deal courtesy of Universal Music Group.

Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming Part 2 premiere of Season 25 of “The Voice.”

To catch the second part of ‘The Voice’ Season 25 premiere, which features the continuation of blind auditions, tune in on Tuesday, February 27th at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CT on NBC.

In case you missed the first part of the Season 25 premiere, it aired on Monday, February 26th at 8 p.m. EST on NBC, marking the beginning of the blind auditions.

If you couldn’t watch the episode live or don’t have cable, you can stream episodes on Peacock the day after they air.

‘The Voice’ Season 25

‘The Voice’ follows a structured format consisting of five main stages of competition: Blind Auditions, Battle Rounds, Knockouts, Playoffs, and Live Performance Shows.

In the Blind Auditions phase, coaches sit with their backs turned to the contestants, listening solely to their voices. If a coach is impressed by a singer, they can hit a button to rotate their chair and select the contestant for their team.

This season, the show reintroduces the block button during the Blind Audition round. Each coach has an additional set of buttons that allow them to block another coach from recruiting a particular artist to their team.

In Season 24 of “The Voice,” Huntley, the blues rock singer-songwriter also known as Michael Huntley, emerged as the winner under the coaching and mentorship of Niall Horan. His victory earned him the $100,000 prize along with a contract with Republic Records, a label owned by Universal Music Group.

For Season 25, the coaches and mentors are Reba McEntire, John Legend, Chance the Rapper, and Dan + Shay. Reba McEntire and John Legend are returning coaches from the previous season, while the country duo Dan + Shay are newcomers to the show. Additionally, Chance the Rapper is making a comeback after a one-season hiatus. Hosting duties continue to be handled by Carson Daly.

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