When The Voice premieres on February 5, the NBC program will jump right into blind auditions. This means contestants must be prepared to fight for the right to sing on a stage, in front of an audience and under bright lights. That process can certainly be unnerving, but Carson Daly is happy to let us in on some backstage secrets.

Daly may be no Ryan Seacrest, but he is in his element in the type of programming format The Voice offers. In the following video, Daly capably explains what contestants go through just before and after popping up onstage. For those who manage to turn a chair, the interview process is easy, but for those hopefuls who don’t, leaving the stage must be hard. NBC has also put together some information on a few upcoming performers, including a highlight of one contestant with a really big voice.

As Daly mentions in the video, The Voice is shaping up to be “bigger and better” than last year, with advisors including Kelly Clarkson, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Jewel, Miranda Lambert, Alanis Morissette, Ne-Yo, Lionel Richie and Robin Thicke. To see what else NBC has in store for the program, tune in February 5 after the Super Bowl.

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