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The Voice

The Voice Season 4 Will Not Feature Any Format Changes

From “steals” to knockout rounds, it seemed like there was a new twist every step of the way on The Voice Season 4. The show’s ever-evolving format was a bit confusing at times, but overall appreciated.

It allowed us to save Amanda Brown from battle round doom and also cut the contestant pool in half when there were too many singers to remember.

And according to NBC’s producer Mark Burnett and coach Adam Levine, there will be no more changes come Season 4 (apart from the new coaches, Usher and Shakira).

“We’re going to kind of stay the course and do what we did in Season 3 in Season 4,” Adam Levine told Wetpaint Entertainment at a press conference in November.

Basically, you don’t mess with success, and not only did these changes make the show equally intriguing beyond the blind auditions, but they kept us entertained throughout the season.

“I think we learned in the earlier seasons in the battles some fantastic people went home that could have easily won any other music competition, and to give people a chance to stay there, I think puts more pressure on [the coaches],” Mark Burnett said.

We’re happy the show will be sticking with its Season 3 format, but what about you? Did you like the new additions last season, or do you miss the original format? Weigh in below!

01.4.2013 / 08:59 PM EDT by Carita Rizzo
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