‘The Voice’ Designer Reveals the Secrets Behind the Set (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

Tensions always run high on the set of NBC’s The Voice, especially between judges Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green.

As the production designer for the Emmy-nominated singing competition, Anton Goss is partially responsible for keeping this tension alive with the massive sets he and his company have constructed for the show.

Celebuzz has an exclusive new promo for the third season of the show featuring the Emmy nominated designer talking about what they do to keep us on the edge of our seats.

In the clip, Goss, who has previously designed sets for VH1, Deal or No Deal and Ellen among others says “the rock and roll stuff like this is definitely the most fun” to design.

Showing us the sets for the battle rounds, he says they “encapsulate the space and bring the tension to the center stage and sort of get an arena feel.”

In comparison “the blind audition is more low key in a way, as hard as that it is to believe from looking at the show. It’s more pop and more unifying. This is definitely all about tension singing against each other.”

As Celebuzz previously reported, anxiety will be at an extreme high this season as contestants will be battling it out not once, but twice with a change in format for the popular show. With the addition of “The Steal” in which the coaches can save singers on another’s team from elimination during the battle rounds, bickering between the judges is sure to be off the charts.

With “the Steal” enacted we are entitled to a new round of performances called “the knockouts” in which 10 performers from each team will compete; Two of these performers having been stolen from another coach. When “the knockouts” are over only five performers from each team will advance to the live rounds. Looks like it will be an exciting season.

The Voice Season 3 premieres Monday, Sept. 10 at 8 PM on NBC.