Which OG Coach Will Be Returning for Season 27 of 'The Voice'?

Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton

Season 26 of The Voice hasn’t even aired yet, and NBC today revealed the lineup of coaches for Season 27 of its hit singing competition. In a surprising return, Adam Levine will once again take his place in the red swivel chairs. Adam, who spent 16 seasons coaching artists on The Voice, has three wins to his credit: Javier Colon in Season 1, Tessanne Chin in Season 5; and Jordan Smith in Season 9.

Adam will be joined by first-time coach Kelsea Ballerini, who is no stranger to working with artists on The Voice. She served as Season 16 battle advisor for Kelly Clarkson, and she filled in as coach during season 20 when Kelly was ill. With Reba McEntire not returning, Kelsea will be filling the big shoes left by Reba and Blake Shelton in representing country music.

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Also returning will be John Legend, making his milestone 10th season serving as a coach, and Michael Bublé, who we haven’t seen yet—he will debut in Season 26—so it will mark his second appearance.

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Related: The Voice Reveals New Coaches for Season 26

NBC recently announced Bublé, Snoop Dogg, Reba McEntire and Gwen Stefani as coaches for season 26, coming this fall.

Season 25 of The Voice was won by 31-year-old Asher HaVon from Selma, Ala., who gave Reba her first win.

The Voice Season 27 will air in spring 2025 on NBC and next day on Peacock.

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