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It’s Blake Shelton’s final season on ‘The Voice.’ Will one of these 2 singers give him the victory?

Blake Shelton — the one remaining original coach on ‘The Voice’ — is getting ready to leave the reality competition show

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Blake Shelton on the set of “The Voice.”

Blake Shelton on the set of “The Voice.” Season 23 marks Shelton’s final season on the competition show.

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Blake Shelton — the one remaining original coach on “The Voice” — is getting ready to leave the reality competition show.

The show’s 23rd season, which premiered March 6, will mark Shelton’s final season with “The Voice.”

“I’ve been wrestling with this for a while and I’ve decided that it’s time for me to step away from ‘The Voice’ after Season 23,” Shelton said in a statement last fall, per NBC News. “This show has changed my life in every way for the better and it will always feel like home to me.

“I have to give a huge shoutout to the singers — the ‘Voices’ who come on this stage season after season and amaze us with their talent and a special thanks to those who chose me to be their coach,” Shelton continued, according to NBC News.

Now, Shelton is going into his final finale with an advantage: Two of the top five singers are from his team.

Here’s a look at the two remaining singers on Shelton’s team.


Who is on Team Blake Shelton for ‘The Voice’ 2023?

Grace West

Grace West was the last singer to join Shelton’s team during the blind auditions. Now, she’s one of the last ones standing.

The 19-year-old singer from Michigan, who currently works in Nashville as a songwriter, initially connected with Shelton over their similar backgrounds — Shelton moved to Nashville when he was 17 and worked as a songwriter, with dreams of one day being on the radio.

West’s performances on the show have included The Judds’ “Love is Alive” and Pam Tillis’ “Maybe it was Memphis.” Following her performance of “Memphis” during the blind audition round, Niall Horan was extremely enthusiastic and called West “a real born storyteller.”

Most recently, to secure her spot in the top five, West performed Tammy Wynette’s “’Til I Can Make It on My Own.”

“This girl needs to be in the final,” Horan said, according to the entertainment site Gold Derby.

“It doesn’t get any better than that,” Shelton added.

Noivas

Noivas, meanwhile, has been a strong contender from the start — his rendition of Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come” for the blind audition round quickly led to a four-chair turn, with all four coaches fighting over him.

Noivas started out his time on “The Voice” with Chance the Rapper, who used his one and only block during the blind auditions to prevent Shelton from getting a chance to coach the 30-year-old singer from Texas. It proved to be a good strategy: Noivas revealed that he would have selected Shelton if the country singer hadn’t been blocked.

“You are an incomparable talent,” Chance said. “I think you’re a voice of this generation that deserves to be heard.”

Noivas ended up joining Shelton’s team during the Battle round after losing to singer Ray Uriel. The singer has been praised throughout the show for his passion and energy, and has performed everything from “I Put a Spell on You” to “Come Together.” Most recently, to secure his spot in the top five, Noivas performed Adele’s “Skyfall.”