“The Voice” Season 17 is almost over, which means your favorite judges will be taking a break and returning in the new year. When Season 18 premieres the stars will coach contestants and help aspiring artists achieve their dreams.

Although the judges provide constructive criticism to help the artists improve, they also entertain the audience with their hilarious banter. However, coaches Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson, and John Legend don’t appear on the show for free.

Seeing as the judges’ panel is typically filled with artists who have earned various awards, “The Voice” coaches are typically paid millions of dollars each season.

Shelton has been billed as the highest-paid cast member after appearing on all 17 seasons of the series. According to CheatSheet, the “I’ll Name the Dogs” singer makes $13 million a season.

However, since his girlfriend, Stefani, returned to the NBC singing competition, the two reportedly negotiating a pay raise in exchange for playing up their relationship for the cameras.

Even though Stefani is not a longtime cast member like Shelton, she reportedly earns the same pay as her boyfriend, $13 million per season.

According to Variety, Clarkson was raking in $560,000 per episode, which comes to about $15 million per season. However, seeing she recently snagged her a talk show, there’s a good chance that her salary for “The Voice” Season 17 is even larger.

Although Legend is a coveted EGOT winner, which means he’s won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award, he is rumored to have the lowest salary out of all of the judges on the panel. While there hasn’t been official reports on Legend’s estimated salary, Distractify suggested the singer could be making anywhere between $7 million to $12 million.

“The Voice” Season 17 finale airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.

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Pictured [L-R]: Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are judges on “The Voice” Season 17. Art Streiber/NBC