Are you excited to see The Voice season 17 on NBC this fall? It’s a very different sort of season for the show, and that requires some very different key art!
When the news was first announced earlier this year that Adam Levine was leaving The Voice, it came as a shock to many people.
Is there a chance that we could see the knockout rounds making a comeback on The Voice season 17, after spending season 16 with Cross Battles?
If you find yourself eager to learn when The Voice season 17 — the first without Adam Levine — starts taping, you’re in luck.
Late last month, the stunning news first came out that Adam Levine is going to be leaving The Voice for season 17.
Tonight on the NBA Finals, we had a familiar face in Toronto to perform the National Anthem — Jordan Smith, best known from The Voice.
When Adam Levine chose to depart The Voice in the days that followed season 16, we knew that he was going to be walking away from some money.
Last week, the news took the internet by storm that Adam Levine was leaving The Voice after sixteen seasons on the air.
Moving into The Voice season 18, are we going to see a new coach join the panel … and should we get one?
Why did Adam Levine leave The Voice? We come bearing some more news — also, see his and Blake Shelton’s messages on the subject.