"The Voice's season 18 Monday live shows took a break from tradition. As people across the globe continue practicing social distancing to restrict the spread of coronavirus, Carson Daly hosted the show on an empty stage. There are no prizes for guessing, there was no audience as contestants showed off their performances from home, while coaches judged them sitting in the comfort of their homes.

Blake Shelton checked in from his residence in Oklahoma, Kelly Clarkson from her Montana ranch, while John Legend and Nick Jonas checked in from their residences in Los Angeles.

Shelton is quarantined at his girlfriend's house, Gwen Stefani. The "Just a Girl" singer who lives with her kids, helped Shelton with the camera during his first remote episode, the popular country music crooner explained while talking to fellow mentors.

"I just had the most expensive hair and makeup artist on the planet Earth, Gwen Stefani, fix my hair and makeup for me." Shelton said, "I hope that I look appropriate for this thing," Shelton teased during the broadcast.

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton attend the opening of her residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on June 28, 2018, in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Ethan Miller

The coaches then took turns sharing their lockdown situations. Shelton said he's enjoying being a homebody and doesn't hate the part of working from home. Legend is looking forward to going on a date with his lady Chrissy Teigen in a restaurant once the social distancing is over.

Clarkson shared how grateful she is being sound and safe in her house with family, realizing the anarchy and unpredictable situation of this pandemic. The "American Idol" season 1 winner admits that being a mother of three children and working in showbiz is challenging but it gets better eventually. Clarkson is glad to be home in Montana and being able to work while being quarantined.

Aside from remote mentoring, the artists are slated to receive art direction, wardrobe and production kits before performing for the live shows. The entire preparation process will be shown, and fans will be able to catch a brief glimpse of their hometowns.