Preview: The Voice S18 E02

The Voice‘ is a well-loved reality singing competition, where the winners are decided by viewers’ votes. Naturally, it makes the audience feel like a part of the process, which is why the show has gained immense popularity over the seasons.

Currently on Season 18, ‘The Voice’ is off to a strong start. Every season starts with the auditions before the competition takes off. Eager to know about the pool of talent in the season premiere, and who goes through? We have got you covered in that regard. We will also walk you through when and where to watch the upcoming episode.

The Voice Season 18 Episode 2 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?

‘The Voice’ Season 18 Episode 2 is slated to air on February 25, 2020, at 8/7c. Thus, fans are in luck because they don’t have to wait for a week to see the second round of auditions.

Where to Watch The Voice Season 18 Episode 2 Online?

‘The Voice’ is an NBC series, so the simplest way to watch it is with a cable connection. If you don’t have one, head to the NBC site and stream the show. Cord cutters can use YouTube TV, Sling TV, Fubo TV, and Hulu with Live TV, to stream and watch the episodes.

The Voice Season 18 Episode 1 Recap:

Nick Jonas is the new mentor this season. The episode starts with Todd Tilghman from Meridian, performing “We’ve Got Tonight”. Todd has a good voice, which is unsurprising since he grew up singing in a church. He gets the four-chair turn and joins Team Blake because he feels he can relate personality-wise.

Nelson Cade III from California is up next, performing “Pride and Joy”. He has a good bluesy voice, and John Legend is all praises. He gets a four-chair turn as well and joins Team Legend. Tate Brusa is up next. The Salt Lake City singer belts out Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect”. Tate is the perfect picture of a high school boy working on his music.

Although he has potential, he will need coaching. Blake Shelton and Nick Jonas turn around to fight to get Tate on their team, but he goes with Jonas. Tayler Green from Los Angeles gets up to perform “Issues”. The song shows her comfort as a performer and her great vocal skill. She ends up on Team Kelly.

Ashely Plath from New Jersey performs “Baby It’s You”. Although she has a good voice, she is too nervous about her performance. The coaches suggest that she should reign it in, but she does not get a chair turn. Darious Lyles from Chicago, performs “How Do You Sleep?”. He has a sad story about how he found out he was adopted, lost his adoptive parents, and is now in touch with his biological mother.

As far as the performance goes, Legend has some pointers, but overall, Lyles manages to impress. Kelly and Legend try to get him on their teams, and he goes with the latter. Megan Danielle from Douglasville performs “Remedy”, getting Kelly to turn around and take her on. It is a good pairing, as far as the mentor’s track record goes.

Chrissy Joly from Brooklyn performs “Don’t Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers. Unfortunately, the song choice is not smart, and there are shortcomings in the performance, leaving her without a single chair turn. Todd Michael Hall from Saginaw belts out “Juke Box Hero” bringing rock to the stage. Everyone is blown away by Todd’s range. Blake and Legend both want him, but Todd joins Blake.

Emily Bass from Magnolia performs “Love Yourself”. She was up on stage the last season as well but was sent home. It takes courage to come back, and Emily seems to have honed her skills. Sadly, it is still not enough, and she gets a zero chair-turn a second time. Joanna Serenko from St. Louis takes the stage, with a rendition of “All My Loving”. Though she gets a four-chair turn, it seems obvious that she will pick Legend, going by the way she plays around with her notes. However, she picks Nick Jonas.

It remains to be seen what talents the upcoming episodes hold, and which mentors they choose.