Adam Levine to Return for 'The Voice' Season 8

Adam Levine on The Voice's fifth season.
Adam Levine to return as coach for The Voice in 2015

Adam Levine will join coaches Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams, and Christina Aguilera for the 8th season of NBC's The Voice next year in early 2015.

It was confirmed earlier today (Tues, Oct. 14) in a press release by the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) that Levine, Aguilera, Williams, and Shelton will all be serving as the coaches for the show's eighth season in Spring of 2015. The Voice's seventh season recently started with the Blind Auditions last month on September 22, which opened 12.95 million viewers. This season's coach line-up includes Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine who's run on the show started in early 2011 along with country vocalist Blake Shelton, and newcomers Pharrell Williams and No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani. Last season, Usher and Shakira replaces Aguilera and former coach Cee Lo Green for a second non-consecutive season. Whether Usher and Shak decide to return to the coaching plate for another season is still unknown.

Read the press release below:
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif.  Oct. 14, 2014: Pharrell Williams, who is receiving sensational reviews in his inaugural season of The Voice, will be returning to the eighth cycle of NBC¹s Emmy Award-winning series with fellow coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera. The eighth cycle will begin in early 2015. Shelton and Levine have been with The Voice since the show began in 2011. Aguilera, who is also one of the original coaches, most recently appeared in cycle five.

The Voice season 8 is set to air with it's blind auditions in February 2015 on NBC.

Catch The Voice tonight to watch the Battles Rounds continue at 8/7c only on NBC!

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