Adam Levine Set To Return As Coach On ‘The Voice’


After the show’s announcement of its panel of judges for the upcoming season, there’s even more exciting news about the coaching lineup for 2025.

Season 27, set to air in the spring of 2025, will include a lineup of some of fan’s favorite artists, including the return of a few familiar faces.


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In a social media post on June 4, The Voice teased fans with a puzzle to guess the names of the new coaches. This sent fans into a frenzy, eager to find out who they could be. They were thrilled to discover that one of the names was none other than Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, who will be returning to the show six years after leaving in 2019.


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Adam Levine, who first joined The Voice in its debut season in 2011, led three singers to win the competition over 16 seasons as a coach. Now, he is back for another chance to claim victory.

Returning coaches John Legend and Michael Bublé, along with first-time coach Kelsea Ballerini, will join Levine in Season 27.

Before viewers can anticipate Season 27, they have Season 26 to look forward to, scheduled to air in the fall of this year.

Reba McEntire is set to return for her second consecutive year, though it is unclear if this will be her last time in the iconic red chairs for now, as she wasn’t revealed to return after Season 26. Her return follows her recent win, with her team member Asher HaVon coming out on top in the latest season.

Joining her will be Gwen Stefani, who has served as a coach on and off for six seasons over the years, along with newcomers Micheal Bublé and Snoop Dogg.