Blake Shelton was also in the first round of coaches.
Country musician Blake Shelton is the longest-serving coach on “The Voice” and the only original judge still on the show today.
Shelton also has the most wins of any coach on “The Voice,” coming out on top with an impressive eight wins in 21 seasons.
The country singer even met his fiancée, Gwen Stefani, when they were both coaches on the show.
Shelton recently announced that season 23, which is set to premiere next year, will be his last.
“I’ve struggled with this for a while and have decided it’s time to step away from ‘The Voice’ after season 23,” part of his statement read. “This show has changed my life in every way for the better and will always feel like home.”
Christina Aguilera was the only female coach in seasons one through three.
One of the original four, Christina Aguilera was a coach on the first three seasons of “The Voice” and returned for seasons five, eight and 10.
Her only win came on her final appearance in season 10, coached by actress and singer Alisan Porter.
Aguilera referred to her time on the show as a “hamster wheel shuffling” and “a smorgasbord of energy” in a 2018 interview with Billboard.
CeeLo Green rounded out the initial coaching panel.
CeeLo Green was the fourth original coach on “The Voice.” He appeared as a full-time coach in the first three seasons and returned for the fifth season in 2013.
Green never won a season, but mentored Juliet Simms’ second season.
He also returned as a part-time consultant in three seasons over the years.
Shakira never claimed victory as a coach.
Colombian singer and dancer Shakira was a coach on seasons four and six of “The Voice.”
He did not win any seasons and has no plans to return to the show.
“I would not do it [go back]because it’s so hard to be away from my family…” he said in a 2017 interview with Entertainment Tonight. “It was a great experience and of course I miss the kids, it was a lot of fun to talk about, but I wouldn’t go back.”
Usher also joined the show in the fourth season.
The fourth and sixth seasons saw another eponymous musician in the coaching chair.
Usher coached the season’s runner-up, Michelle Chamuel, and in season six, his team won with Josh Kaufman.
Pharrell Williams coached for four seasons.
Pharrell Williams coached seasons seven, eight, nine and 10.
In season eight, he mentored 16-year-old Sawyer Fredericks, who, at the time, was the youngest male winner in the show’s history.
Alicia Keys was another successful coach on the show.
Legendary singer and pianist Alicia Keys was a coach on seasons 11, 12 and 14 of “The Voice.”
She is one of the most successful coaches on the show, making finalists every season she has appeared.
In season 12, he coached Chris Blue to victory.
Miley Cyrus brought her positive energy to the show as a coach.
Singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus was a coach on seasons 11 and 13 of “The Voice.”
None of Cyrus’ contestants made it to the finals.
In March 2019, Janice Freeman — a Team Miley contestant on season 13 — died, and Cyrus paid a touching tribute to her at the memorial service.
Jennifer Hudson has coached on “The Voice” in the US and UK.
Award-winning actress and singer Jennifer Hudson was a full-time coach on seasons 13 and 15 of “The Voice.”
He brought 14-year-old Kennedy Holmes to the finals in season 15.
Hudson also served as a coach on seasons six, seven and eight of “The Voice UK”.
Kelly Clarkson coached the youngest winner in “The Voice” history.
“American Idol” winner Kelly Clarkson joined “The Voice” as a full-time coach in season 14 and continued through season 21.
He’s won four times — including season 14, when he coached the show’s youngest winner, Brynn Cartelli, to victory. Kartelli was 15 at the time.
Clarkson also coached season 15 winner Chevel Shepherd and season 17 winner Jake Hoot.
Most recently, he led the show’s first winning musical group, Girl Named Tom, to victory in season 21.
After taking a season off the show, the singer announced she will return as a coach for season 23 next year.