Adam Levine says goodbye to the red chair of The Voice and Gwen Stefani takes his place


Adam Levine, singer of Maroon 5, says goodbye to The voice, this after being 16 seasons as a jury in the program. The driver of The Voice United States, Carson Daly, gave the announcement and said that Levine will no longer be like couch in the singing contest.

It is important to clarify that the vocalist was one of the original couches, since April 2011 he owned one of the red chairs of the NBC singing contest.

For the season 17 will be as supporters of singing John Legend, Kelly Clarkson and Gwen Stefani, vocalist of the defunct group No Doubt.

Levine retires with positive numbers, since in the 16 seasons in which he participated he won three triumphs next to singers Javier Colón, in season one; Tessanne Chin, in season five, and in the nine with Jordan Smith.

In his Instagram account he said he was grateful for the experience over eight years and it is something he will always appreciate for the rest of his life. He also thanked Carson Daly for taking care of each one of the musicians, Audrey thanked him for being one of the most patient people and in general for all the people behind the scenes.

In the past Super Bowl (February 3) the Californian performed the part-time show. His plans at the moment are of family type, although he has other professional projects.

It will not be the first time that Gwen Stefani appears in The Voice, since she was in programs seven, nine and 12 as a coach, as well as a part-time consultant in eight and 10.

After 16 seasons of THE VOICE, Adam Levine departs his big red chair (April 2021)