Reba McEntire To Return For Third Consecutive Season On 'The Voice'

The Voice - Season 25

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Reba McEntire is returning as a coach on Season 26 of The Voice, NBC announced on Monday (May 13).

McEntire and Gwen Stefani will serve as returning coaches in the upcoming season of the competition series, alongside first-time coaches Snoop Dogg and Michael Bublé. Bublé previously served as an advisor to Blake Shelton’s team in the third season of the show, and Snoop served as Mega Mentor in Season 20.

Season 26 will mark McEntire’s third consecutive season on the show. She previously served as a Battle Advisor during the first season of The Voice, and returned as Mega Mentor during Shelton’s final season. McEntire is currently coaching alongside Chance the Rapper, John Legend and first-time coaching duo Dan + Shay. Stefani, who married Shelton in 2021 after meeting on The Voice years earlier, is returning for her eighth season. McEntire shared on her Instagram story on Monday, “I can’t wait for S26,” nodding to her new single, “I Can’t,” which she performed on the show last week.

The top 9 artists competing in Season 25 of The Voice will perform a song dedicated to their hometowns as the live shows continue on Monday evening at 8 p.m. ET/PT, according to NBC.