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Blake Shelton battles Miranda Lambert, chooses The Band Perry as mentors

Blake Shelton will take all the help he can get against Miranda Lambert on 'The Voice'
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Season 6 of NBC’s “The Voice” will be the ultimate match up. Blake Shelton will be back and trying to win while his wife, Miranda Lambert, gives her own words of wisdom to Shakira’s team. Blake Shelton lost last season after a three year winning streak, so he will definitely have something to prove. Blake doesn’t seem worried though, or does he? As E!Online reported on February 3, Blake Shelton is bringing in The Band Perry–three times the amount of country singers–to battle against Miranda Lambert and Shakira.

Blake Shelton would probably be the first to admit, he’s married to a fierce woman. Perhaps that’s why he needed to bring in triple the reinforcements for Season 6. In any case, the tweets that arise out of Season 6 should be quite entertaining as husband and wife jockey for the winning position.

Though not in the talent show sense, The Band Perry is no stranger to competition. They have been nominated for over 40 awards in the four years since they released their hit single “If I Die Young” and they have taken home ACM, CMT and CMA Awards.

Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are both nominated for the 2014 ACM Awards Entertainer of the Year, as well as Male Vocalist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year, respectively. It looks like between “The Voice” and the ACMs, this might just be the year of battles for the Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert household.

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