Adam Levine Leaving NBC's 'The Voice' After 16 Seasons

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Adam Levine on The Voice. 

The Maroon 5 frontman was one of the original coaches on the singing show.

After 16 seasons, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine will not be returning to one of the coaches chairs on NBC's The Voice when the series returns for its 17th season this fall, host Carson Daly announced on NBC's Today show this morning.

Instead, he will be replaced by Gwen Stefani, Daly added.

Levine was one of the original coaches on the singing competition when it launched in 2011. Ironically, just two weeks ago, Levine retweeted a promo from The Voice in which he was announced to be returning along with fellow coaches John Legend, Kelly Clarkson and frenemy Blake Shelton.

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This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.