Blake Shelton does quite a few things on “The Voice,” especially during the blind auditions, using the supposed logic that what he is up to will make his wife Miranda Lambert happy in the end. Specifically, he told Matthew Schuler that it would really “help a guy out” if he was to join his team. (Instead, he actually ended up going with Christina Aguilera.)
So with all of this in mind, it’s really pretty darn funny that Miranda is actually going to be working with someone else on the upcoming sixth season of the show: Shakira! According to Us Weekly, the “Hips Don’t Lie” singer has already enlisted the help of the “The House That Built Me” superstar for her advising position during the Battle Rounds of the competition.
In case you’re wondering how in the world this can be known to the public already, it’s a little something otherwise known as TV magic. Thanks to the way in which production works, and the uncertain spring premiere date for the show, the new season is already into production now. The coaches just have that difficult task of making sure that they keep all of the names straight of their team members over the next little while. While we joke that this is something that anyone should be able to do, we imagine it’s a little harder than it looks when you are trying to manage the show and your career and other projects at the same time. (We personally believe that Adam Levine is especially some sort of secret robot that is programmed to handle a variety of different tasks, including apparently being the Sexiest Man Alive, with no trouble at all.)
There’s no real ill will that comes with Miranda joining Team Shakira for the season; really, it’s just another way for the show to carve up some fake drama and get people laughing a little bit with the show. Plus, these advising gigs are really tiny, and maybe only last a few days of filming. It’s not the most complicated job in the world for you can have.
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