Adam Levine Set To Return to ‘The Voice’ for Season 27 After Long Hiatus

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After a six-year hiatus, Adam Levine is making a grand return to “The Voice,” his old stomping grounds. The 45-year-old Maroon 5 frontman is set to reclaim his coaching chair for Season 27 of the popular singing competition show, as announced by NBC on Wednesday.

Joining Levine on the coaching panel are country music star Kelsea Ballerini, crooner Michael Bublé, and the ever-talented John Legend. Levine’s comeback marks a significant moment for fans who have missed his dynamic presence on the show since his departure in 2019, when he was succeeded by Gwen Stefani.

Throughout his tenure on “The Voice,” Levine established himself as a beloved coach, mentoring contestants and showcasing his musical expertise season after season. His return adds an exciting dimension to the upcoming season, promising viewers a thrilling blend of talent and camaraderie among the coaching panel.

Ballerini, known for her chart-topping hits and undeniable charm, will be assuming her seat in the red chair after previously serving as a battle advisor in Season 16 and temporarily filling in as a coach in Season 20. Meanwhile, Legend marks his impressive 10th season as a coach, bringing his wealth of experience and musical acumen to the competition once again. Bublé, returning from Season 26, adds his unique flair to the mix, rounding out the diverse and accomplished panel of coaches.

The announcement of Levine’s return comes on the heels of the confirmation of coaches for the upcoming 26th season of “The Voice,” featuring the likes of Snoop Dogg, Reba McEntire, and Gwen Stefani. With a star-studded lineup and a fresh wave of talent, the stage is set for another exhilarating season of vocal prowess and fierce competition.

Levine’s decision to rejoin “The Voice” marks a notable shift from his previous sentiments. In 2019, he expressed a desire to focus on his family life after departing from the show, relishing the joys of being a stay-at-home dad. However, his return signals a renewed passion for mentoring aspiring artists and sharing his musical expertise with a new generation of performers.

Despite facing personal challenges and controversies in recent years, including allegations of infidelity, Levine remains committed to his craft and dedicated to his role as a coach on “The Voice.” As fans eagerly anticipate the upcoming season, they can expect nothing short of electrifying performances, heartfelt moments, and, of course, Levine’s signature wit and charm.


“The Voice” Season 27 is slated to premiere on NBC in the spring of 2025, promising audiences another unforgettable journey into the world of music and talent.

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