'The Voice' Season 22 on NBC: Where are the show's previous winners now?
While NBC has been known to churn out several popular reality shows like 'The Masked Singer', 'American Idol', and so on, 'The Voice' has undoubtedly garnered a distinct fan base of its own. For fans who can't wait, the show will be back with 'The Voice' Season 22 on September 19, 2022, at 8 PM ET. While the show has had extraordinary winners each time, has anyone wondered where the previous season's winners might be right now?
Ahead of the season premiere, here's a look at where the previous seasons' winners are at present.
1. Carter Rubin
Carter Rubin won Season 19 of 'The Voice' in December 2020. He was a part of team Gwen Stefani and was merely 15 when he won. The budding singer hasn't looked back ever since. According to Carter's Instagram updates, he has recently been at Downtown Nashville, Orlando, Universal Orlando Resort, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, Alfred Tea Room, Times Square, and so on. Carter Rubin has an official Instagram handle with 67K followers.
2. Cam Anthony
The 20-year-old singer was crowned as the winner from team Blake Shelton in May 2021 in Season 20. The young singer is quite active on Instagram and keeps dropping new reels and singing videos of himself. The singer has a verified Instagram account with 111K followers.
According to his official Instagram updates, the singer has not been traveling anywhere, especially as of now.
3. Girl named Tom
Girl Named Tom, who was a member of Kelly Clarkson's team, was named the champion. This group made a new record and created history in 'The Voice' by becoming the first group to win the competition in its ten-year run.
According to Girl named Tom's official Instagram updates, The girl has been recently traveling to Los Angeles, Ann Arbor in Michigan, Universal Studios Hollywood, Pennsylvania, Downtown Nashville, and so on.
This time around, 'The Voice' has an ensemble judges panel with globally prominent singers like Blake Shelton, John Legend, Gwen Stefani, and Camila Cabello as the coaches. The judges, along with the audience, would be eager to find the next musical superstar - that perfect mix of entertainment and musical talent.
Viewers who want to watch the show without cable can use streaming platforms like Sling TV, Fubo TV, Hulu With Live TV, AT&T TV, or YouTube TV. Besides being telecast live on cable television on NBC, on-demand episodes of 'The Voice' will also be available on Peacock, which is NBC Universal's streaming service.
All the new episodes are available the day after they air on TV, on both Peacock Premium and Peacock Premium Plus. Select episodes are available for free as well.