NBC has revealed the panel of coaches for “The Voice” Season 25, featuring Grammy-winning artists Dan + Shay as the show’s first-ever coaching duo. Dan + Shay will be joined by Reba McEntire, John Legend, and Chance the Rapper as coaches for the upcoming season, set to air in the spring of 2024.
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This announcement comes ahead of the show’s 24th season, scheduled to air this fall, with a coaching lineup that includes Niall Horan, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, and Reba McEntire in her debut season as a coach. Season 24 marks the first season without longtime coach Blake Shelton, who has been part of “The Voice” since its premiere in 2011 and concluded his run with Season 23, which ended last month.
Dan + Shay are no strangers to “The Voice,” as they previously served as advisors for Blake Shelton in Season 20. The multi-platinum pop country duo, which formed a decade ago, has achieved over 10 billion global streams, received 46 RIAA certifications, and earned nine No. 1 singles on country radio. In 2021, Dan + Shay made history by becoming the first artists to win the Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance three consecutive times.
John Legend, a seasoned coach on “The Voice,” will return for his ninth season in Season 25. Reba McEntire, who participated as a mega mentor in Season 23, will officially join as a coach in Season 24 this fall. Chance the Rapper joined the show in Season 23, which was the most recent time Kelly Clarkson appeared on the coaching panel. It’s worth noting that Kelly Clarkson’s talk show is relocating its production to New York this fall, while “The Voice” continues filming in Los Angeles.
Although an exact airdate for “The Voice” Season 25 has not been announced, it is slated for a spring 2024 release.