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Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are using "The Voice" to deal with their respective divorce woes. In this picture, country artists Shelton and Miranda Lambert arrive at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, on Feb. 8, 2015. ReutersS/Mario Anzuoni

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are reportedly using "The Voice" to deal with their respective failed marriages. The divorce troubles of the two judges could make “The Voice” Season 9, the “best season yet,” a source who works for the NBC singing reality show told Radar Online.

“Gwen is absolutely on fire right now and she is scoring some really huge talent because her energy is just off the charts,” the source from the show told Radar Online. “She is using the show as a way to cope from with her divorce and everything going on around her because she said that she wants to become the ‘Gwen that she was’ prior to becoming a mother and housewife.”

Earlier this month, Stefani filed for divorce from Gavin Rossdale, ending their 13 years of marriage.

“Gwen is very interactive with everyone on the staff of the show and they all love her. She treats the production assistants the same as her bosses and since her split, her whole outlook and demeanor has changed and she is a ball of light to be around,” the source reportedly said.

Shelton, meanwhile, filed for divorce from Miranda Lambert in late July, after four years of marriage amid cheating allegations against both of them. The 39-year-old country music singer has also benefited from his role as a judge on “The Voice,” which will return to NBC on Sept. 21.

“Blake has been happier than anyone has seen him be since he and Miranda broke up,” the source told Radar Online. “Blake’s not only been flirtatious and really funny, but he is basically all, ‘Miranda who?’ now. He is now joking around about it and has been going out with people from production after work too.”