The Voice: Will season 21 have live audience?
The Voice will be returning for its 21st season this fall
For two seasons,the show was without in-studio live audiences due to the global coronavirus pandemic
The Voice season 21 will have live audience
NBC’s hit reality singing competition The Voice will be returning for its 21st season this September 20. Following two seasons without in-studio live audiences due to the global coronavirus pandemic, the show has made some changes for the filming and pattern of the new season. The Voice usually films with a live audience starting in the audition phase of the show.
According to 1iota, the ticket website for The Voice season 21 will have live audience but the there are certain rules which have to be followed. All the COVID-19 safety protocols will have to be adhered to and all attendees must be fully vaccinated, according to the website.
“According to the CDC, People are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 2 weeks after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose vaccine series or two weeks after they have received a single-dose vaccine,” the ticket website reads. The other requirements for “COVID-19 Event Policies” on the website state that attendees must also have a negative COVID test result no more than two days prior to the taping, wear a face mask, be seated and not be within six feet of cast or crew.
Premiering on September 20, 2021, The Voice season 21 will not have Nick Jonas in the Judging panel. This season, the panel includes Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, John Legend and first-time coach Ariana Grande, replacing Jonas.