NBC announces shocking coaches lineup for ‘The Voice’ season 27

The vocalist of Maroon 5 is taking back his big red chair on the popular NBC show after a six-year break.

Levine was among the first coaches on The Voice when it debuted in April 2011. He made an appearance with Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, and Blake Shelton.

Before leaving the show in 2019, he appeared for 16 seasons and won three of them.

Everyone was shocked by his leaving at the moment.

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“Mark Burnett persuaded us to join up for this show about eight years ago. It’s a large red chair where you sit with your back to the vocalists on stage. I have to thank Mark first. ❤️ He posted on social media at the time, saying, “We had no idea what we were doing or where it was going.”

“I sat there, stunned, after the first day of shooting. “There seems to be some magic here,” I told myself. There is undoubtedly something going on. It turned out to be a life-changing event that I will always cherish.

Levine also acknowledged his friend Shelton, who was the show’s lone remaining original coach at the time.

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Sadly, The Voice fans will have to wait until season 27, which debuts in the spring of 2025, to see Adam Levine return.

Season 27 will also have Michael Bublé, John Legend, and Kelsea Ballerini, who is coaching for the first time.

Regarding season 26, viewers may anticipate viewing Reba McEntire, Snoop Dogg, Gwen Stefani, and Michael Bublé.

Is there anyone else as thrilled as I am to have Adam Levine return to The Voice?

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