Gwen Did Blake’s Hair & Makeup For First “Voice” Show From Home

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Season 18 of The Voice will always stand out. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the live shows could not take place on the Voice set in California.

Host Carson Daly was the only person who appeared on set for the season’s first live show on May 4, while all of the contestants and coaches contributed via video call.

After the remote show wrapped up, Carson spoke with coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, and John Legend about their experiences coaching The Voice from home.

It’s been bizarre, as I’m sure it has been for so many,” Jonas said. “But I got to say, I feel really lucky to be able to be home at this time when so many people are on the front lines doing what they can to help others so, to those putting themselves in harm’s way, thank you, and just know from all of us, we’re so thrilled to get to do this for you.”

Clarkson mentioned something many Voice viewers likely didn’t think about…the fact that she and the other coaches suddenly had to rely on their loved ones for hair and makeup services!

We’re all asked to do things that we’ve never done before, like hair and makeup” Clarkson said. “We’re just doing the best we can.”

That later made Daly think to ask Shelton how his quarantine mullet was coming along. At the start of his quarantine, Shelton proclaimed he was going to bring back his old mullet hairdo as a “symbol of hope” during these trying times.

Shelton showcased his growing mullet during a video call with Jimmy Fallon. His girlfriend and former Voice coach Gwen Stefani even cut his hair for him in the middle of the interview!

While speaking to Daly, Shelton revealed that Stefani also helped him get ready to film The Voice

I just had the most expensive hair and makeup artist on the planet Earth, Gwen Stefani, fix my hair and makeup for me,” he said. “I hope that I look appropriate for this thing.”

We’d say Stefani did a good job, because Shelton looked great!

Tune in to the clip below to watch him and the other Voice coaches talk with Daly about how they prepared to film The Voice from home.