“The Voice” ended Tuesday night with a historic win. At 15, Carter Rubin became the youngest male singer in the show’s history to claim $100,000 and a record deal. The outcome also marked a big first-time win for “Voice” coach Gwen Stefani, who has been with the show on-and-off for five seasons.
“Even though I’m supposed to be your competition over here, I’ve never felt that way because this has been a tough year for everybody in the world, and to be able to end this year and sit in this chair and listen to somebody with your talent, with your heart … I’m a fan, man,” “Voice” coach Blake Shelton told Rubin during the first part of the finale Monday night. “Unbelievable.”
With Season 19 of “The Voice” officially over, here’s a look at what we know about the upcoming season.
Who will be the judges?
- In November, “The Voice” announced that Nick Jonas would be taking Stefani’s place for the show’s 20th season. Jonas first joined as a coach in early 2020 for the show’s 18th season.
- “I’m back and ready to win this thing,” Jonas posted on Twitter. “See you next season.”
- Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton and John Legend will all return for the new season, and Carson Daly will return for the 20th season as host.
Warriors never sleep. I’m back and ready to win this thing See you next season on @nbcthevoice!!— Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) November 17, 2020
PS - Hope you’ve been training @blakeshelton @kellyclarkson @johnlegend.... #TheVoice pic.twitter.com/yFAPq18Y4r