The game is changing once again as we kick off season 18 of The Voice tonight. We won't be seeing Gwen Stefani tonight, but fans will see her replacement, Nick Jonas. Fans can expect to see the return of Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Blake Shelton. With this new season, the coaches will have chances to either steal or save contestants. Another change brings fewer live shows to the season.
In an interview with Parade, Executive Producer Audrey Morrissey explains why there will be less live shows for season 18 of The Voice. Before the changes, there were six weeks of live shows, now there will only be three.