Adam Levine Is Leaving 'The Voice' to Make Way for Gwen Stefani
Changes are coming to "The Voice" judging table. Adam Levine is reportedly giving up his seat for Gwen Stefani.
Adam Levine has been a permanent judge on NBC's "The Voice" singing competition for 16 seasons. Sadly, it has been revealed that he will be giving up his big red chair at the end of this season.
The report also revealed that Gwen Stefani will be replacing the Maroon 5 frontman. Levine had been previously announced as part of the season 17 coaches alongside Blake Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson.
The news was announced on the "Today Show" by The Voice host Carson Daly. While delivering Today's Pop Start segment, Daly explained that Levine decided to leave the series.
Daly said Levine "will always be cherished member of The Voice family, and of course, we wish him nothing but the best."Over his 16 seasons on The Voice, Team Adam won the top spot three times.
A rare moment of tenderness. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/z6fF7WKuWk— Adam Levine (@adamlevine) May 21, 2019
His singers, Jordan Smith won season nine, Tessanne Chin won season five and Javier Colon won season one.