Adam Levine returning to “The Voice” as coach for season 27

Kelsea Ballerini will also make her debut as a full-time coach next season, alongside Levine, Michael Bublé, and John Legend.

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Adam Levine is returning to his red chair on The Voice as a coach for season 27, NBC announced Wednesday. Kelsea Ballerini will also be making her debut as a full-fledged coach, with her and the Maroon 5 frontman joining previously announced coaches Michael Bublé and John Legend.

Levine was one of The Voice's four original coaches when the show premiered in 2011, alongside Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, and CeeLo Green. Levine left after season 16, and this will be his first time back on the singing competition series.

<p>Trae Patton/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty</p> Adam Levine on 'The Voice'

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Adam Levine on 'The Voice'

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Grammy-nominated country star Ballerini previously served as a season 16 battle advisor and filled in as coach during season 20 for Kelly Clarkson. This will be the "Rolling Up the Welcome Mat" singer's first time as an official coach for a full season.

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Bublé and Legend were previously announced as returning as coaches, with Bublé poised for back-to-back seasons after this upcoming fall's season 26, alongside Snoop Dogg, Reba McEntire, and Gwen Stefani. Season 27 will also mark Legend's milestone 10th season.

The Voice season 27 will return in spring 2025 on NBC, with episodes streaming the next day on Peacock.

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