At one point Haislip was asked about the coaches and their critiques, reacting to reports that coaches refuse to say anything negative about their singers. Haislip addressed this saying, “Well, you know, they haven’t been told that they can’t say any critical but I think it's part of the show the fact that they are their coaches and they are mentoring these people that they've come to care about these artists. And it’s a different beast when you aren’t put up there as their judge, jury, and executioner. When you’re put up there because you’re supposed to be coaching them you’re obviously going to give them criticism in a different way.”
“And I believe that more of their critiques come during the rehearsal process, during those sort of behind-the-scenes moments that we get throughout the show as opposed to after the actual performance. Because once the performance is done, you know, it’s in America’s hands at that point.”
When asked about her interaction with the coaches Haislip said that her dressing room is set up with them and that the vibe is that of “a summer barbeque.”
“Blake just always leaves his door open and is like kicking it with his buddies in there. Carson's always blasting music. I mean, everyone's just kind of friendly and out there and really excited to be doing what they’re doing. It's kind of got this cool kind of summer camp feel to it,” she said.
So which one of her fellow summer campmates would she want to sing a duet with?
“Honestly I think I would want to duet with Blake just because he and I have this fantastic kind of witty repertoire in person that I feel like that would translate into a song as well.”
The Voice airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on NBC.