There are quite a few different reality talent shows on television these days and we have a number of different stars from the entertainment industry sitting on the judging panels for these shows. One of the biggest and most successful of these shows would have to be The Voice, which has seen Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine as one of the coaches for the past few seasons.
Adam Levine returns to The Voice for season eight but the had been some concerns that the upcoming Maroon 5 tour would mean that the singer would have to take a break from the show, with someone else sitting in for home for some of the shows. However, after doing a little bit of research, it is clear to see that the V tour of Maroon 5 will not interfere with The Voice season eight.
A preview video for The Voice shows Adam Levine appearing throughout the series and the fact that the earlier rounds of the show are pre-recorded give Adam the time to head off on tour with Maroon 5 for a number of dates. Meanwhile, there is a big game in the Maroon 5 tour, which just so happens to coincide with when the live shows of The Voice will air.
Maroon 5 will head off on their V tour this month and have a number of dates throughout the rest of the month and through March, before then taking a break, as The Voice season eight live shows air. We look forward to seeing how Adam Levine will cope with such a hectic work schedule, as well as what new talent will be uncovered on The Voice this year.
The Voice premieres this Thursday (February 12) at 8/7c on NBC.