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Blake Shelton's Epic Run on 'The Voice': All the Winners, Coaches and Mentors He's Worked With
Blake Shelton has had quite the run over the course of his 12 years and 23 seasons on !The only coach who has been a part of every season of the NBC singing competition, The Cowboy is finally hanging it up after this week's season 23 finale — and he's leaving some big boots to fill.From winning a record nine titles on the show, to working with some of the biggest names in music, to meeting his future wife, Gwen Stefani, it seems there's nothing Blake hasn't done throughout his time on So, in celebration of his final season, we're taking a comprehensive look back at all the winning singers, fellow coaches and mega-star music mentors that Blake has worked with over the years.- season 2Jermaine Paul got two chairs to turn with his Blind Audition performance of Avril Lavigne's «Complicated.» After choosing Blake over CeeLo Green, Paul was saved twice — once by his coach and once by the public vote — to make it to the final 4, where his performances of «I Believe I Can Fly» and Dave Barnes' «God Gave Me You» gave him the edge to win the season 2 title.- season 3Cassadee Pope got her musical start with the pop-punk band Hey Monday, but her solo breakthrough came on season 3, where she wowed the coaches, scoring a four-chair turn for her cover of Natalie Imbruglia's «Torn.» After a series of saves by her coaches and the public vote, Cassadee made it to the Top 3, where her performances of Miranda Lambert's «Over You» and Faith Hill's «Cry» sealed her big win. — season 4Danielle Bradbery got three chairs to turn for her Blind Audition performance of Taylor Swift's «Mean» in season 4, but she went with the reigning champ and joined Team Blake.
Blake Shelton's Last 'Voice' Finale: Gwen Stefani, Nick Jonas, John Legend and More to Return
is preparing to say goodbye to Blake Shelton with a star-studded season 23 finale!NBC announced on Tuesday that a historic lineup of show-stopping performers and returning favorites will be on hand for next week's two-part finale, as the show bids farewell to Blake, who has been with the singing competition since its very first season back in 2011.Former coaches and mentors who will make an appearance to celebrate Blake's last hurrah include, of course, Gwen Stefani, as well as Camila Cabello, Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, John Legend, Usher, Pharrell Williams and Dolly Parton.The season 23 coaches will also be on hand, as Blake, Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper take the stage to perform with their Top 5 artists: Gina Miles, NOIVAS, D. Smooth, Sorelle and Grace West.Part one of the finale on Monday night will also include performances by Lewis Capaldi — who will take the stage with his emotional new single, «Wish You the Best» — and Alex Newell, who will make history performing «Independently Owned» from the hit Broadway musical, marking the show's first performance from a Broadway production.On Tuesday, former coaches Adam Levine and CeeLo Green will perform — Levine and Maroon 5 will take the stage with their new single, «Middle Ground,» while CeeLo's performance remains a surprise.Country star Lily Rose will also perform on Tuesday, joining Diplo for their new song, «Sad in the Summer,» while breakout artist Toosii will perform his chart-climbing hit, «Favorite Song.»ET spoke with Blake ahead of Monday's live semifinal show, where he opened up about making the decision to leave the competition after 23 seasons and a record-setting nine wins.«I'm excited.