‘The Voice’ Winners: Which Coach & Singer Won Each Season?

The Voice wrapped up its 25th season, welcoming first-time coaching duo Dan + Shay to the panel and marking the show’s second season without OG coach Blake Shelton, as Asher HaVon was crowned the winner on Tuesday (May 21). 

Following performances of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” on Monday night, then, on Tuesday’s final, a rendition of Donna Summer’s “Last Dance” and a duet with his coach Reba McEntire on Patti LaBelle’s “One My Own,” HaVon (Team Reba) was the last competitor standing. 

Over the reality singing competition’s history, Shelton remains the statistically best coach in terms of winning seasons — having crowned a champ from his team in nine of the show’s 23 seasons.

When The Voice premiered as NBC’s answer to American Idol, the inaugural cast of coaches consisted of Christina Aguilera, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, Shelton, and CeeLo Green. (Shelton was the only coach to have stayed on the rotating panel for 23 seasons, since the beginning of the hit show.)

Apart from Shelton’s reign as king of The Voice, a plethora of star-studded musicians have appeared as coaches to try their hand at the crown, including Ariana Grande, ShakiraPharrellGwen Stefani, Camila Cabello, Alicia KeysMiley CyrusUsherJennifer Hudson, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Nick Jonas.

Below is a complete list of which coach won at the end of each season.


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