NBCAdam Levine was an original coach on ‘The Voice.’
- Adam Levine is leaving “The Voice,” host Carson Daly announced Friday on NBC’s “Today.”
- Levine has been with the show since its first season and has served all 16 seasons of the NBC singing competition.
- The Maroon 5 front man has won three of those seasons. He has yet to comment on his exit from the show.
- “He will always be a treasured member of ‘The Voice’ family, and of course we wish him nothing but the best,” Daly said.
- Gwen Stefani will replace Levine in the coach chair. The singer previously served as a coach for three seasons on “The Voice,” on which she met fellow coach and current boyfriend, Blake Shelton.
- Stefani joins Shelton and returning coaches Kelly Clarkson and John Legend for season 17.
- Watch Daly’s announcement of Levine’s departure below.
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