"The Voice" Season 6 premieres on NBC tonight (Monday, Feb. 24) and in anticipation for the new season, coach Adam Levine shares his thoughts on what makes a performer great. He shares that besides having great vocal talent, the "charisma" factor is huge in having a complete package as an entertainer. It is something that is hard to put your finger on but when you notice it in someone, it is undeniable (watch video above).
"The Voice" Season 6 will rotate coaches Shakira and Usher back into the famous red chairs again and Ceelo Green and Christina Aguilera stepping aside for this season. Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will again be back for their sixth season in a row as they mainstays of the judging panel. After Team Blake won three seasons in a row, Team Adam took over the crown again winning Season 5. This was Team Adam's second win as he won the initial Season 1 as well.
"People said in that beginning that you will never pull off a singing show without a humiliation factor. That was totally wrong," shared producer Mark Burnett. "The Voice is a great family friendly show. Children are dragging their parents to watch with them."
"The Voice" producer, Mark Burnett, and his team were right, as "The Voice" has overtaken "American Idol" and the other singing competitions to become America's highest rated show. The past few years have been successful in finding talent as well as Season 3 winner, Cassadee Pope, and Season 4 winner, Danielle Bradbery, have already been finding commercial success in the country music market on radio and being asked to open on tours with Rascal Flatts, Brad Paisley and more.
Tune into the Season 6 premiere of "The Voice" on NBC tonight, Monday, Feb. 24th.
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