Blake Shelton has claimed that becoming a coach on The Voice has completely changed his life.
The country music star explained that working with fellow Voice coaches Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine changed his entire perception of the music industry.
"I remember sitting in this room and everyone was talking and laughing. I felt a little like the black sheep," Shelton admitted to Redbook. "It wasn't until… about three days into production, when it was just the four of us sitting down together, that we clicked."
He added of his relationship with Aguilera, Green and Levine: "[The Voice] forced us to move out of our comfort zones. All of a sudden I was having conversations with people I had only read about in tabloids, and they're just normal people. And they know who I am, and that I [was] getting married to Miranda [Lambert], and they know who she is. It was surreal."
Since joining The Voice last year, Shelton has scored two US Country No.1 hits with 'Honey Bee' and 'God Gave Me You'.
It was recently announced that Kelly Clarkson and Lionel Richie will appear as guest mentors on The Voice's second season.
The Voice returns following the Super Bowl on February 5 on NBC.