It's official. Usher loves working on "The Voice" so much that he will be returning for a second season!NBC broke the news recently, signing the Grammy-winning star to a deal that will allow him to continue mentoring contestants as a coach.
The eight-time Grammy Award winner will be honored with the prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award during its 26th annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards on Thursday, June 27th, 2013 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles
It may be too early to tell if he'll return for another season, but Usher is really enjoying his job on "The Voice." Addressing the season thus far, including strong ratings, Usher said he doesn't dread going in at all and actually considers it fun from start to finish.
Usher is doing very well on "The Voice" this season, but there was some trouble during a taping last week. According to the New York Post, an overzealous fan made quite the scene, yelling things like "I want you" to Usher and had to be escorted out by security.
Usher will fight hard on all-new episodes of "The Voice" this week. After picking a good portion of talent for "Team Usher" last week, the "Scream" singer will face off with the other coaches during the final round of Blind Auditions Monday and Tuesday night.
Usher is having a great time on the recently premiered season of "The Voice" (NBC).While it's been fun working with established coaches like Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, Usher says there have been moments where he wanted a certain contestant on his team and it just didn't work out.