For those of us sitting at home watching NBC’s The Voice, we’re used to seeing our favorite artists and judges jamming together in rehearsals and working the stage on performance night-but where exactly are they?

Sure, it feels like Christina Aguilera’s pink and white hazy pleasure dome, Blake Shelton’s converted barn, and that larger-than-life live stage are all in our living room, but in reality it’s all coming to us from a studio far, far away.

Since these singers are gearing up for a star-studded performance every week, it makes sense then that they’re doing it in the original land of the superstar, Los Angeles. Well, just outside of the city, at The Warner Brothers Studio in Burbank, Calif., to be specific.

The NBC Universal-owned studio is where the music is made and all the magic happens, the end result of which ends up on our television screen every Monday and Tuesday night. And if that’s still too hard to imagine, they offer studio tours of the place, so you can actually see that rolled out red carpet walk to the live stage, or maybe even walk it yourself!


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