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Gwen Stefani says she’s going back to The voice!
The 52-year-old musician announced that she will be returning to the NBC singing competition series as a coach in a TikTok video on Friday.
In the social media clip, Stefani sings Mika’s “Grace Kelly” alongside her husband Blake Shelton and co-star John Legend. “#Duet this if you’re coaching on #TheVoice this fall,” she captioned the photo.
A fourth and final coach for the upcoming season of The voice has not yet been revealed.
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Season 21 of the series wrapped up in December with Shelton, 45, and Legend, 43, appearing as trainers alongside Kelly Clarkson and Ariana Grande.
Stefani joined for the first time The voice as a coach for season 7 in 2014. After appearing as a part-time advisor the following season, she became a coach again for season 9.
The “Hollaback Girl” singer returned to being a part-time advisor in season 10 and returned as a coach for season 12.
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The mother of three then took a break from the reality show for a few seasons and then returned as a coach for seasons 17 and 19. During season 19, Stefani won the competition for the first time with contestant Carter Rubin.
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During his time in The voice, Stefani met and fell in love with Shelton. The couple later married in July 2021.
Last year, the singing competition series marked its 10th anniversary with a special titled “Road to Lives – 10th Anniversary Edition,” where the show’s coaches reminisced about previous seasons.
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Shelton, known for cracking jokes, surprised fans when he got sentimental while reflecting on one of his “best” moments: meeting Stefani.
“People ask me all the time, ‘What’s the biggest thing that’s happened to you since you’ve been in The voice?’ That’s a no-brainer, right? I met my fiancée here,” she said at the time. “It’s hard to resist Gwen Stefani. You know, here’s this iconic rock star coming to coach at The voice in a black minivan. That was great for me.”
The voice returns to NBC for season 22 later this fall.