After months of waiting, “The Voice” Season 15 has finally arrived. Viewers will once again be given the opportunity to choose which hopeful contestant will be awarded the coveted title of “The Voice” and walk away with a guaranteed record deal.

Before contestants can compete against each other, they will have to sing for their potential coaches in the Blind Auditions. During that time, judges will build their teams solely based on the singer’s voice. This means the person on stage must possess vocals strong enough to grab the attention of at least one of the accomplished artists seated on the panel. 

Before you tune into the premiere of “The Voice” Season 15, get familiar with the coaches who will be mentoring contestants as they compete for an opportunity of a lifetime.

Adam Levine

Adam Levine Adam Levine will be a judge on “The Voice” Season 15. Photo: Art Streiber/NBC

The Maroon 5 frontman is back for his 15th consecutive season as a judge on “The Voice.” Not only does Levine’s successful band have multi-platinum studio albums that sold more than 35 million in record sales, but the three-time Grammy Award-winning group will also be headlining the 2019 Super Bowl. With countless accomplishments and 15 seasons worth of experience on the NBC series, Levine is sure to be one of the biggest threats during the competition.

Blake Shelton

Blake Shelton Blake Shelton will be a judge on “The Voice” Season 15. Photo: Art Streiber/NBC

The country crooner will be joining Levine as the only other coach who has appeared on every season of “The Voice” since its premiere in 2011. Along with his chart-topping records and countless country music awards, the “I’ll Name the Dogs” singer also holds the title as the coach who has had the most contestants take home the grand prize.  Shelton has already coached six contestants to victory and this season he will attempt to secure his seventh win.

Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson Kelly Clarkson will be a judge on “The Voice” Season 15. Photo: Art Streiber/NBC

After making her debut on the “The Voice” Season 14, the newbie judge also took home her first win in the competition by coaching Brynn Cartelli to victory. During Clarkson’s time on the series, she quickly gained popularity among fans for her enthusiasm and hilarious banter with the other judges. While her beginner’s luck makes her one to watch this season, fans who just can’t get enough of Clarkson’s vibrant personality on “The Voice” will be happy to know they’re only a year away from seeing the “Catch My Breath” singer host her own daytime talk show.

Described as fun and energetic, “The Kelly Clarkson Show” is expected to break tradition while featuring celebrity guests, music, surprises and more.

“I love connecting with people, playing games, music and finding ways to help or give back to communities/organizations,” Clarkson said in a statement following the announcement about the show.

“Having my own talk show where I get to do all of these things is pretty much a dream job!”

The “Kelly Clarkson Show” is expected to debut in fall 2019 on NBC.

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson Jennifer Hudson will be a judge on “The Voice” Season 15. Photo: Art Streiber/NBC

Throughout her successful career, the “Spotlight” singer has managed to become a best selling author and pick up both Grammy and Academy Awards.

Although Hudson is no stranger to being a judge on the show, this will be her first time appearing alongside fellow “American Idol” alum, Clarkson. Their similar journeys to fame will not only help the women bond with one another, but it will allow contestants the opportunity to be mentored by coaches who can relate to their current situation of trying to win a singing competition that could change their lives.

“You can get a perspective of ‘Yes, you can win,’ and I can get the other perspective of ‘You don’t have to win, it’s a matter of what you take and do with your opportunity,’” Hudson told Clarkson in a preview of the series.

“The Voice” Season 15 will premiere Monday at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC.