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Advice for Betting on Season 19 of The Voice in 2020

| September 29, 2020 2:09 am PDT
Advice for Betting on Season 19 of The Voice in 2020

The Voice is back in our lives on October 19th, as Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton reunite and season 19 of your favorite reality TV show kicks off.

Carson Daly is still there as host of the best singing competition on television, too, as The Voice’s usual onslaught of blind auditions, knockouts, and steals promise to deliver another exciting season.

The last time we saw our favorite coaches, they were maneuvering through uncharted territory, as a global pandemic took over our lives. NBC powered through and still got us a winner, though, with Todd Hilghman ending the show victorious.

You’ll get to see everyone back in the studio this time around, and with things a bit more cohesive going into season 19, you should also be able to wager on who wins at any of the following recommended betting sites.

Before you get too excited, let’s go over a few things to know before you bet on The Voice season 19.

Gwen Stefani is Back to “Destroy” Blake Shelton

First, let’s hit the reset button on the coaches for season 19 of The Voice. Nick Jonas was good last season, but he’s out, and Gwen Stefani is back.

Blake Shelton’s girlfriend isn’t coming back just for show, though. Reuniting with her current flame is good for TV (and for them), but she’s gone public in saying she’s coming back to “destroy” the country music star.

That will not be an easy accomplishment, of course. Shelton is coming off of a season 18 win, and no coach has won more than him in the show’s history

There isn’t actually any bad blood here, but it’s a nice reunion, and the two have terrific chemistry. It’ll make for good television, a nice on-air banter, and hey, maybe bettors can target Stefani-coached singers as the ultimate hedge away from Shelton producing the winner.

Shooting for Season 19 Has Already Begun

We know Gwen is back, and we also know that the show has already started their blind auditions process. Shooting began in August, which gives producers about two months before the show premieres on Monday, October 19th.

The non-live portion of the show should be able to be completed without any issue, and barring something crazy with COVID-19 or anything else, the live shows will likely be a bit more seamless this time around.

It’s going to be impossible to know for sure if/when any scheduling gets jammed up, or if live shows will again be pushed back like they were last season.

Maybe you can bet on that, but for now, we can all take solace in the fact that production has officially been underway for a while now.

Where to Bet on The Voice for Season 19

Now that you know about the minor coaching change for season 19, the next thing to consider is where to bet on The Voice this time around.

Last season, the answer was quite literally nowhere. Most entertainment betting websites have offered The Voice bets in the past, but I looked everywhere this past summer, and saw zero opportunities to bet on this show.

That probably had something to do with the ongoing global pandemic, which interrupted the show, and completely changed how the production went about the live performance process.

Whatever the case, while The Voice betting sites didn’t offer wagers on the show last season, I do anticipate them doing so for season 19.

That probably includes various props before the show even airs, as well as props involving which coach will win, and which individual singer will be the last one standing.

There are a number of quality sites to choose from for betting on The Voice, but your best options are probably MyBookie.ag, Bovada.lv., and BetOnline.

Blake Shelton (Almost) Always Wins

Okay, we’re welcoming back Gwen Stefani, and once The Voice props pop up online, you now know a few spots where you can bet on the show.

But one thing prospective entertainment bettors may want to consider is how this is seemingly always Shelton’s competition to lose.

You’re only as good as the singers you corracl via the blind auditions, but Shelton has proven to be quite the savvy talent scout, as well as a strong coach. From picking the right singers, to handing them songs that work for them, and lending expert insight, Shelton rarely misses the mark.

He’s been so good, in fact, that in 18 previous seasons of this reality TV singing competition, he’s played a hand in seven wins.

Part of that is everything I just said, but the fact that Shelton is arguably the biggest star on the show also might have something to do with it. Do fans of Blake Shelton just blindly follow him and vote for his artists to win?

I can’t know, but I also can’t rule it out.

Regardless, Shelton has an amazing track record with the show. Going into season 19 – or any season, for that matter – we need to strongly consider that he (and one of his singers) is a good bet to win.

Keep an Eye Out for Season 19 Mentors

Word is not out yet as to who will mentor all of the elite singing talent for The Voice season 19.

Last year’s will obviously be tough to top, though, as the legendary James Taylor oversaw the whole show, while individual coach mentors like The Jonas Brothers, Dua Lipa, Bebe Rexha, and Ella Mai all pitched in.

How do you best that list? As far as James Taylor goes, you probably don’t. That said, I am sure there are some big names The Voice can corral, and depending on who the show gets, it could liven season 19 up a bit.

If you plan on betting on The Voice season 19, definitely consider the individual mentor for each coach’s team, and also keep in mind who the “global” mentor is for the season.

I doubt this changes things too much, but some mentors are better than others, and there could be a mild edge to be gained.

Bet on The Voice as Early as Possible

My last piece of advice is – once The Voice odds are out – it makes sense to place a bet on who you think will win season 19 as soon as you can.

That first bet may not always be the most informed, but if you see a contender worth betting on early, chances are their price will never be better.

You can always tack on a different bet or even double down on an early wager, but replicating those initial The Voice odds just isn’t something that can be done.

Just look at last season. Had there been odds and Todd Hilghman been available at +1400, how do you not pounce on that? You probably have to believe he can win, of course, and The Voice betting sites also need to be offering “who will win The Voice” wagers.

Still, getting in on the action early – if at all possible – has its benefits.


It’s too early to get super serious about betting on The Voice season 19. It isn’t October 19th as I write this, and no betting sites will offer wagers on specific singers until the live shows.

You can still get ready for when that time comes, of course, and there’s a chance some bookmakers allow you to bet on the winning coach, or offer other wagers.

When The Voice props do drop, you can keep coming back to our entertainment betting blog for updated pricing, analysis, and predictions.

Noah Davis
Noah Davis

Noah Davis is one of the more diverse writers at GamblingSites.com. Like many of his colleagues, he's a huge fan of both football and basketball. But he also writes about box office records, TV show prop bets, DFS, and all kinds of other subjects.

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