Blake Shelton has the most wins than any coach on The Voice. Shelton also has the most wins than any coach on The Voice, reaching the top with an impressive eight wins in 20 seasons. There have been 20 seasons of The Voice, and in those seasons there have been 14 different coaches. Of those 14 coaches, only nine have won the competition.
These are Shakira (4), Miley Cyrus (11, 1), Jennifer Hudson (13, 1) and Nick Jonas (18, 20). It was in season 19 that Gwen finally won the competition. The winner of Gwen Stefani was Carer Rubin. At just 15 years old, he was the youngest male winner and the second youngest in the series.
Rubin hasn't released an album yet, but he has two post-Voice singles on Up from Here and Heroscope. John Legend joined the cast of The Voice in season 16 and has been a coach on the show ever since. The winner of Alicia Keys in season 12 was Chris Blue. Levine was a coach for the first 16 seasons of the series, but only won it three times, with a disappointing 18% winning percentage.
Tessanne Chin won season 5 and has opened for Patti Labelle and Gladys Knight. He released Count On My Love the year after winning The Voice and peaked at 41st on the Billboard charts. No one won more times on The Voice than Blake Shelton. Todd Tilghman won season 18 of The Voice.
He was 42 years old, the oldest winner in the history of the competition. Cam Anthony won season 20, just seven months ago. 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. 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. 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. Adam Levine was one of the original coaches of The Voice and was the oldest coach after Blake Shelton.