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‘The Voice’ has a new winner. What’s next for the show?

With Season 19 of “The Voice” officially over, here’s a look at what we know about the upcoming season.

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Nick Jonas will return as a coach on “The Voice,” taking Gwen Stefani’s place for the show’s 20th season.

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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 ClarksonBlake Shelton and John Legend will all return for the new season, and Carson Daly will return for the 20th season as host.

When will the new season air?

  • Auditions are currently underway for Season 20 of “The Voice,” which is expected to begin spring 2021, the Deseret News previously reported.
  • “The Voice” normally premieres its winter season in late February or early March, according to Parade.