• Adam Levine is returning to 'The Voice'
  • Levine became one of the show's main staples
  • He is coming back as a guest coach now

After a hiatus, the Maroon 5 lead singer is returning to the red chair, joining an impressive roster of coaches including John Legend, newcomer Michael Bublé, and first-timer Kelsea Ballerini. It continues to unquestionably be one of the most popular shows in the world, and we will look at the details of Levine's return and what it means for the future of the show.

New Faces, Familiar Voices

Adam Levine is back, baby! After leaving fans heartbroken in 2019, Levine is returning to 'The Voice' for season 27, ready to reclaim his red chair and maybe, just maybe, snag another victory.

With three wins under his belt, Levine is no stranger to success on the show. "I'm back to win," Levine might as well have said, as he prepares to join forces with music legends John Legend and Michael Bublé, and country sensation Kelsea Ballerini.

The coaching panel for season 27 reads like a who's who of the music industry. Michael Bublé, making his coaching debut in the upcoming season 26, and Kelsea Ballerini, stepping up from mentor to full-time coach, are joining the ranks. Ballerini, with her rich history on the show, is poised to bring a fresh perspective to the coaching lineup.

"I've been waiting for this," Ballerini could be imagined saying, reflecting on her journey from mentor to coach.

Levine's return isn't the only thing shaking up 'The Voice.' Gwen Stefani is also making a comeback in season 26, alongside Bublé, country legend Reba McEntire, and rap icon Snoop Dogg.

The addition of these powerhouse talents promises to inject new energy into the show. Reba McEntire summed it up perfectly: "We're gonna have a blast."

With Adam Levine's return, the show is set to enter an exciting new era. John Legend, taking a brief hiatus, has expressed excitement about the evolving dynamics of the show.

"Introducing new coaches keeps the show fresh," Legend remarked, highlighting the importance of innovation in keeping the series at the forefront of entertainment.

'ET' spoke with McEntire ahead of the season 25 live shows, where she shared her reaction to next season's revamped coaching panel, saying she's "thrilled to pieces" about the new additions

"I know both of them, they're funny, they're great, they love music, they're easy to get along with, and we're gonna have a blast," McEntire said. "I can't wait." 

And while Legend will be taking a hiatus for season 26, using his time away to perform and travel overseas for the summer, he assured 'ET' that he was excited to return in the future.

"It's exciting to incorporate some new people into the family as well," he explained. "Having Snoop here, he's been here as a mentor before but having him as a coach I think is gonna be a lot of fun and it's gonna reinvigorate the show a bit. We've been around for 25 seasons and part of how we continue to stay fresh is introducing new coaches to 'The Voice' family." 

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As "The Voice" gears up for its 26th season later this year, fans are eagerly anticipating the magic that the new coaching panel will bring to the stage. With Adam Levine back in the mix, season 27 is shaping up to be one of the most thrilling yet!