Country musician Blake Shelton is The Voice's longest-serving coach, and the only original judge still on the show today. Shelton also has the most wins than any coach on The Voice, reaching the top with an impressive eight wins in 20 seasons. No one won more times on The Voice than Blake Shelton. The winner definitely wins because of his own vocal talent, but having the right coach to help him choose and perform songs is also a big part of his victory.
The third time was the charm for Christina Aguilera, as her third return to the coaching panel saw the “Fighter” singer win her first coaching title since the inaugural season. Adam Levine was one of the original coaches of The Voice and was the oldest coach after Blake Shelton. Following Legend's first win, OG coach Adam Levine unexpectedly announced that he would leave the series after 16 consecutive seasons leaving Blake Shelton as the last remaining coach of the program's original lineup. Some coaches have led several singing teams to win their respective seasons of The Voice, while other coaches have struggled to win the show even once.
Season 13 featured a roundtable discussion consisting of veteran coaches Levine and Shelton, Miley Cyrus and first-time coach Jennifer Hudson.