The country star will return to the mentors' chairs alongside Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine when the NBC vocal competition returns on Sunday, February 5, immediately following the Super Bowl.
In a new preview video, the singer said: "When you work that closely with a bunch of people that are trying desperately to make it in this business, you can't help but see yourself in them a little bit."
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Shelton - whose wife Miranda Lambert will appear as a special advisor this season - continued: "They reminded me how lucky I am that I'm in this position, because that was me not too long ago, and they really recharged me and made me excited about what I do again."
The singer, who mentored Dia Frampton to last year's The Voice finale, added that the show is unique because it celebrates all kinds of music and maintains a positive stance.
"We're just looking for somebody who is special, and along the way we're finding a lot of people who are unique and special," he said.
"Only one of them will go home the winner of The Voice, but there will be a lot of people who get opportunities from this show and it's a thrill for me to have seen them take that journey. Their first step is the blind auditions for The Voice, and to see where that ultimately takes them is a thrill for me and a rush to be part of."
Watch Blake Shelton talking about The Voice below:
The Voice returns immediately following the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 5 on NBC before settling into its regular Monday night slot from February 6.