Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will all return as mentors when the new season of The Voice premieres February 5 immediately following the Super Bowl.
Speaking in a video on the official website, Daly said: "They are out to win. I think last year the coaches were so excited to be part of a show that was helping young people and mentoring kids... and then when they were doing the show they just realised 'This is a competition between us and I want to be the next person to find The Voice'."
Daly continued: "When Javier Colon won for Team Adam we came back in season two and you could see the fire in Cee Lo, Blake and Christina. They want to win.
"Now their teams are a little more diverse. Last year Christina had a lot of belters, Blake liked the Edie Brickell, folksy [singers]. Now they are all really diverse. They are playing a strategy this year."
Daly also promised that viewers can expect a high level of talent when the blind auditions kick off in the first episode.
"What happened [after the first season] was that a lot of sort of semi-professional musicians, people who were really good and would never stand in line at Home Depot - I don't know how other shows do it but they do cattle calls - thought, 'The Voice is for real people trying to make it'. That was the sense I got because the talent is through the roof, it's crazy."
Watch Carson Daly talking about The Voice below:
NBC announced this month that the coaches will be joined by eight special celebrity advisors to help mentor their teams: Lionel Richie, Alanis Morissette, Ne-Yo, Miranda Lambert, Robin Thicke, Jewel, Kelly Clarkson and Babyface.
Christina Milian has also joined the show as the social media correspondent, replacing Alison Haislip who served in the role during the debut season.
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