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A Fan-Favorite Former Voice Coach Is Returning as the Season 24 Top 12 Mentor

We'll give you a hint: He's also coming back to Season 25 as a Coach! 

By Christopher Rosa

Chance the Rapper instantly became a fan favorite when he joined The Voice Coaches panel for Season 23. His quick wit and humor, mixed with his dynamite musical instincts, made him an incredible mentor to his team. So when news broke that he'd be returning to The Voice Season 25 as a Coach, alongside Reba McEntire, Dan + Shay, and John Legend, viewers were pumped. 

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And they'll be even more excited to learn Chance will be appearing on The Voice even sooner than Season 25. He'll be dropping by the Season 24 Live Shows in a very special role. Read more details, below. 

Chance the Rapper returns to The Voice Season 24 as a Top 12 Mentor

Chance the Rapper on stage performing.

That's right: Chance the Rapper will be back, briefly, on The Voice Season 24 to serve as a mentor to the Top 12 Artists competing in Live Shows. His feedback and guidance will be greatly appreciated by the Contestants, who need to give it their all in order to win America's vote. From the Top 12, only nine will make it to the Semi-Finals, and then five Artists will head into the Live Finale — with, of course, only one being crowned winner of The Voice

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If you need a refresher, here are the 12 Artists headed into Live Shows: 

Team Niall 

Team Gwen 

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Team Reba 

Team Legend 

“I’m thrilled to join The Voice as a Coach for [Season 23],” Chance said in a statement when he first joined The Voice family. “I’m excited to help other Artists get to the next level and make the most of this life-changing experience. Get ready for #TeamChance.”

“I wanted to be a Coach on The Voice because I like giving platforms to young Artists — especially people who are already seasoned in their trade and know what they’re doing but just need the right spotlight. I wanted to be a part of the process,” he told NBC Insider