Those who reach the Top 12 of this season’s “The Voice” competition will get to work with the CMA Award winner for Entertainer of the Year.
NBC confirms that Garth Brooks will advise the final twelve in advance of next Monday’s performance show. Highlights of Brooks’ mentoring sessions will air during next Monday’s 8-10PM telecast.
Twenty contestants will be participating in this week’s life playoff. Based on a combination of the “instant vote” and coach saves, twelve will advance to the final phase of the show.
Garth Brooks has been — and will continue to be — all over television this season. The iconic artist is supporting three releases — a new Target box set, a holiday album with his wife Trisha Yearwood, and his new studio album “Gunslinger.”