Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine stops after sixteen seasons on The Voice

Adam Levine will not show up in the seventeenth season of the American version of The Voice. The singer from Maroon 5’s sixteen seasons active as a coach in the program.

Although Levine was recently announced as a coach for the new season, made The Voice presenter Carson Daly and the Today Show announced that the singer is not returning.

“He will always be a valued member of our The Voice family, and that we wish him the best,” says Daly. Levine and country singer Blake Shelton were the only coaches that, until now, every season of the party were. Shelton will also be back for the seventeenth season.

Levine knew three seasons of the talent show-winning finish with one of his candidates. He is as a coach, replaced by Gwen Stefani. The singer accompanied the earlier three seasons and the emerging talents in the program. In the United States appear every year, two seasons of the talent show.

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