The Voice: Gwen Stefani Returning for Season 19 — Which Coach Is Leaving?

The voice continues to play with the musical chairs. Former coach Gwen Stefani will play for Nick Jonas in season 19. In the upcoming cycle, which is currently underway, coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton will return to the premiere track this fall.
Stefan's return was confirmed on Wednesday when the Peacock network announced its fall plan, which also includes the return series The Blacklist, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Manifest, New Amsterdam, Superstore, This Is Us and the entire # OneChicago list and Law & Order : SVU and the Stabler-centered spin-off Law & Order: Organized Crime, supported by Christopher Meloni.
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The No Doubt front woman initially took part in the NBC singing competition as a full-time trainer in season 7 and then returned for seasons 9, 12 and 17. During seasons 8 and 10, she was also part-time advisor to Pharrell Williams and Shelton. respectively.
In the meantime, Jonas was hired to fill Stefan's season 18 seat when she left the show for a Las Vegas residence. His first (and for now only) season turned out to be irregular. The series had to virtually complete its spring cycle due to the coronavirus pandemic. His finalist, Thunderstorm Artis, finally took third place, while Team Blake achieved another victory with the artist Todd Tilghman.
Are you looking forward to Stefanis Voice Return? Or would you have preferred another former trainer's return?
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