Do you guys think that the fact that the show was so popular in its first season adds to the pressure of the competition, or is that not really a factor?
Geoff McBride: I think that it does. And I think it also adds a great twist, because once again there’s so much talent there, so much talent there.
Chris Cauley: I actually think it’s an advantage. I believe that NBC, the first go around was probably a lot of trial and error, and they weren’t really sure how to do things because, you know, it was the first season.
And so I almost think it’s an advantage for us, because they’ve already been cutting their teeth on the first season, so they have a better idea of what to do with us, as far as production, as far as promotion. And we are definitely seeing the benefits of that today with none of us getting any sleep and our Twitter and Facebook blowing up. So, we’re definitely seeing the benefits of that.
And I know that, you know, speaking for all of us, we’re just incredibly thankful to be a part of season two.
The Voice’s next round of blind auditions air tomorrow night, Monday, February 20 at 8 p.m. on NBC.