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The heads at NBC are reportedly worried now that two of their coaches, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, confirmed their relationship. Pictured from left to right: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams. NBC


  • "The Voice" has had 16 different full-time coaches since it premiered in 2011
  • It is currently on Season 22 with coaches Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Camila Cabello
  • Shelton, who has been part of "The Voice" since its debut, is set to leave the show after Season 23

"The Voice" is going to lose its last remaining original coach, Blake Shelton, after Season 23's spring run on NBC.

The singing reality competition series, which is currently on Season 22, has had 16 different full-time coaches over the years, including some of the biggest names in music, according to Insider.

Check out this complete list of the celebrities who have served as coaches on "The Voice" since it debuted in 2011.

1. Blake Shelton

The country musician, 46, currently holds the title of longest-running coach on "The Voice," where he has been a mainstay for 22 seasons.

Shelton is also the coach with the most wins on the show, garnering eight wins since the singing competition started.

However, Shelton recently announced that he will leave the franchise after Season 23 next year.

"I've been wrestling with this for a while and I've decided that it's time for me to step away from 'The Voice' after Season 23," the musician wrote in his statement posted on Instagram on Oct. 11. "This show has changed my life in every way for the better and it will always feel like home to me."

2. Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera was part of the original four coaches of "The Voice" and was the only female coach in the first three seasons of the show. The pop superstar left after Season 3 but returned for Seasons 5, 8 and 10.

During her final appearance in 2016, she earned her first win with singer and actress Alisan Porter.

3. Adam Levine

Adam Levine was also one of the four original coaches on "The Voice." But unlike Shelton, he left the show after Season 16.

The 43-year-old Maroon 5 frontman coached three contestants to victory: Javier Colon in Season 1, Tessanne Chin in Season 5 and Jordan Smith in Season 9.

4. CeeLo Green

CeeLo Green was the fourth original coach on "The Voice" when it premiered in 2011. He stayed for three seasons before leaving the show.

He returned as a full-time coach once for Season 5 in 2013 and reappeared as a part-time advisor for three seasons over the years.

He never won a season during his stints as a full-time coach, but he mentored Season 2 runner-up Juliet Simms.

5. Shakira

"Hips Don't Lie" singer Shakira appeared as a coach for the singing competition in Seasons 4 and 6. The Colombian artist did not win either season.

Shakira has no plans of returning to "The Voice," explaining in an interview with Entertainment Tonight in 2017 that it was hard for her to be away from her family.

6. Gwen Stefani

No Doubt singer-songwriter Gwen Stefani debuted as a coach on Season 7 of "The Voice" and returned for Seasons 9, 12, 17, 19 and 22.

Her only win came in Season 19 when she coached Carter Rubin to victory.

The 53-year-old musician married fellow coach Shelton in 2021.

7. Usher

Usher appeared in Seasons 4 and 6, alongside Shakira. However, he never returned to the franchise after his 2014 stint.

He coached Season 4 runner-up Michelle Chamuel and won Season 6 with Josh Kaufman.

8. Miley Cyrus

"Wrecking Ball" singer Miley Cyrus appeared as a coach in Seasons 11 and 13. However, none of her contestants made it to the finals during her time on "The Voice."

9. Pharrell Williams

Pharrell Williams coached on Seasons 7, 8, 9 and 10.

In Season 8, he coached the then-youngest male winner in the history of the show, then-16-year-old Sawyer Fredericks. Season 19 winner Rubin later broke the record when he won at the age of 15.

10. Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys was one of the most successful coaches on the show despite only appearing in Seasons 11, 12 and 14.

In every season she appeared, the singer-songwriter had contestants in the finals, and in Season 12, she brought Chris Blue to victory.

11. Jennifer Hudson

Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson appeared as a coach on both the U.S. and the U.K. versions of "The Voice."

The 41-year-old singer was a full-time coach in the U.S. franchise during Seasons 13 and 15, during which she brought then-14-year-old Kennedy Holmes to the finals.

Hudson also appeared as a coach in the U.K. franchise for Seasons 6, 7 and 8.

12. John Legend

John Legend is one of the coaches in the current season, but he first debuted on the show in Season 16 alongside Shelton, Levine and Kelly Clarkson. At the time, he also had his first win with Maelyn Jarmon.

13. Kelly Clarkson

Clarkson is among the coaches with the most number of victories on "The Voice."

Since joining as a full-time coach in Season 14, she has won four times, including in her debut season when she mentored the show's youngest female winner, Brynn Cartelli, to victory.

In Seasons 15 and 17, she won with Chevel Shepherd and Jake Hoot, respectively.

Recently, the "American Idol" winner also brought the show's first winning musical group, Girl Named Tom, to victory in Season 21.

She is currently taking a break from mentoring but is set to come back in Season 23 alongside new coaches Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper.

14. Nick Jonas

One-third of the Jonas Brothers, Nick Jonas, first appeared in Season 18 of "The Voice" and returned in Season 20. He has never won a season of the show.

15. Ariana Grande

Pop sensation Ariana Grande coached on Season 21 of "The Voice" alongside Legend, Clarkson and Shelton.

However, she did not return for the latest season as she is reportedly filming the upcoming musical movie "Wicked," in which she stars as Glinda.

16. Camila Cabello

Camila Cabello is the newest addition to the star-studded panel of coaches. Her team is competing against those of coaches Shelton, Legend and Stefani this season.

"The Voice" Season 22 is currently airing on NBC.

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Pictured [L-R]: Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello, and John Legend will be judges on “The Voice” Season 22. Vijat Mohindra/NBC