Here’s What We Know About ‘The Voice Season 23 ‘ Including the Mega Mentor and Major Changes for Season 23 “The Voice” will return for its 23rd season with two new coaches taking over John Legend and Gwen Stefani’s iconic red chairs!
The Voice has already renewed for season 23. Unfortunately, it will be original coach Blake Shelton’s final season. Country music icon Randy Travis said he had been struggling with this decision for some time, and ultimately decided that it is time for him to retire from The Voice after season 23.
This show has profoundly changed my life in every way possible and will always feel like home to me. After 12 seasons of chair turns and 12 seasons at NBC, everyone from producers, writers, musicians, crew and catering people – you all rock! It takes a tremendous amount of hard work, passion and adult beverages (Ha!) to pull off live shows twice weekly!”
On season 23 of The Voice, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper will be creating their teams! This week, The Blind Auditions continued as each coach sought to fill their team roster with plenty of talent in order to advance them all the way to the finale.
From powerful soul singers and country crooners to gifted young stars, this season offers something for everyone and the coaches are eager to ensure the best performers make their mark on The Voice stage. With such a diverse group of talent this season, there’s sure to be something special for everyone.
ET recently spoke with all 23 coaches ahead of the premiere, who expressed their enthusiasm to be part of Blake’s final season. “I texted him,” Kelly revealed. “If there was going to be a last season, I wanted to make sure I was there.” However, the talk show host insisted that she wouldn’t let nostalgia impact her competitive spirit.
1. Chance the Rapper
“I am thrilled to join The Voice as a coach for the upcoming season,” Chance declared. “I can’t wait to help other artists reach their highest potential and make the most of this life-altering experience. Get ready for #teamchance!”
Grammy Award-winning artist, songwriter and record producer Chance the Rapper will bring a fresh perspective to The Voice as an advocate of ownership and creating opportunities in music.
Since his start, Chance has been breaking records within the industry; his third mixtape Coloring Book had over 57 million streams – becoming the first release solely based on streams to reach No. 8 on Billboard 200; it then went on to win Best Rap Album at Grammys as well – while Chance is getting ready to release Star Line Gallery next.
2. Niall Horan
“I am thrilled to join this season of The Voice as a coach,” Horan shared. “I can’t wait to meet and mentor all the new talent as we compete against other teams!”
Horan brings with him an impressive portfolio and a devoted fanbase to The Voice. A former member of One Direction, one of the bestselling boy bands ever, he has toured around the world and performed to millions in sold-out stadiums like Wembley Arena.
A true storyteller at heart, his two solo albums Heartbreak Weather and Flicker (both 2017) released on Capitol Records met with critical acclaim; with both reaching No. 1 on Billboard 200 charts in America as well as producing hit singles “This Town” and “Slow Hands.”
3. Kelly Clarkson
Kelly Clarkson will return for her ninth season on The Voice, following a year off. A four-time winner with Brynn Cartelli, Chevel Shepherd, Jake Hoot and Girl Named Tom, Kelly is set for another successful venture on this season! “I am beyond ecstatic to back with my Voice family!” Kelly exclaimed. “Let’s do this, Team Kelly!
When will The Voice season 23 premiere in 2023?
The Voice Season 23 will premiere on March 6th on NBC.
What time is The Voice on?
The Voice airs Monday nights from 8-10 p.m. ET/PT and Tuesday evenings from 8-9 p.m. ET/PT.
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