Stefani Returns To 'The Voice,' Joins Levine, Shelton and Keys; What About Miley Cyrus?
Gwen Stefani will be back on the revolving coach seat for the renewed season of "The Voice." Stefani will be reunited once more with Adam Levine and her current beau Blake Shelton. This will also be the first time that the "Bubble Pop Electric" artist will be rubbing elbows on the NBC reality television series stage with Academy Award winner, Alicia Keys.
According to E! Online, Miley Cyrus who first had her coaching spot during the 11th season will still return for the 13th season as Stefani is only set for Season 12. Keys also had her own debut during Season 11 as one of the new "The Voice" coaches along with Cyrus. So Miley Cyrus fans need not be surprised if they will not see the loquacious artist in the upcoming season which will premiere in February 2017.
Paul Telegdy who serves as the President of Non-Scripted Programming at NBC Universal Television Studio (alternately Universal Television) mentioned in a statement that:
"We can't wait to experience the unique chemistry and energy Gwen, Alicia, Blake, and Adam will bring to Season 12. With Miley returning for Season 13, we're truly ecstatic about the unmatched musical know-how and talent coming together in our coming seasons."
Prior to her return, Stefani served as an adviser for the 8th and 10th season while she debuted as a coach for Season 7 and made a comeback in Season 9.
Levine has been on the coaching staff since "The Voice" started seven years ago in 2011. Shelton, on the other hand, has been the winningest coach with a stockpile for four championships under his belt.
The Monday and Tuesday editions of Season 11 of The Voice ended up having the best ratings of any NBC show with an average of 4.2 rating in adults aged 18-49 and 14.7 million viewers overall courtesy from results taken from Nielsen Media Research, according to The Wrap.
Other artists who had served as coaches for "The Voice" have included Shakira, Pharrell Williams, Usher and Cee-Lo Green.
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