How many times has Blake Shelton won The Voice?

The Voice -- Live Finale, Part 1 Episode 2220A -- Pictured: Blake Shelton -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)
The Voice -- Live Finale, Part 1 Episode 2220A -- Pictured: Blake Shelton -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC) /
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NBC’s The Voice is a popular singing competition show that has been entertaining audiences for over a decade. The show features a panel of celebrity coaches who compete against each other to build the best team of singers. The coaches then guide their teams through the competition, helping them develop their skills and giving them advice on how to perform their best.

One of the unique features of The Voice is its blind auditions, where the coaches have to select their team based solely on the contestant’s voices, without being able to see them. This adds an extra layer of excitement and unpredictability to the show.

Over the years, The Voice has launched the careers of several successful artists, including Jordan Smith, Cassadee Pope, and Danielle Bradbery. The show continues to draw in a large audience each season, with its high-energy performances and the entertaining banter between the coaches.

What year did The Voice start?

The Voice premiered on NBC on April 26, 2011, with coaches Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton appearing as the show’s inaugural coaches.

How many years has Blake Shelton been on The Voice?

Given The Voice started in April 2011 and Blake Shelton has appeared on every single season of the show, that would mean Blake Shelton has been on the show for 12 years total.

How many times has Blake Shelton won The Voice?

Across all 23 seasons of The Voice, Blake Shelton has won an impressive nine seasons of the show with his most recent win coming in season 22. Blake’s first win as a coach came in season 2 when his contestant Jermaine Paul took home the victory. His nine wins make him the most winning coach in the show’s history, here’s a look at each season Blake has won:

  • Season 2  – Winner: Jermaine Paul
  • Season 3 – Winner: Cassadee Pope
  • Season 4 – Winner: Danielle Bradbery
  • Season 7 – Winner: Craig Wayne Boyd
  • Season 11 – Winner: Sundance Head)
  • Season 13 – Winner: Chloe Kohanski
  • Season 18 – Winner: Todd Tilghman
  • Season 20 – Winner: Cam Anthony
  • Season 22 – Winner: Bryce Leatherwood

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