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How Many Times Has Kelly Clarkson Won The Voice?

Any Artist would be lucky to have her as their Coach!

Kelly Clarkson Performs "Santa, Can't You Hear Me" | NBC's The Voice Live Finale 2022

Ever since Kelly Clarkson joined The Voice in Season 14 as a Coach, fans have loved her. And more importantly: She proved to be quite excellent at the job. Team Kelly has won on the show multiple times; read below to find out when. 

How many times has Kelly Clarkson won The Voice?

Four times!

Clarkson surely made a good first impression by winning during her debut as a Coach in Season 14. The winning Artist was Brynn Cartelli, who was only 16 years old at the time. She sang a gorgeous rendition of “Fix You” by Coldplay during her Blind Audition, which got a chair turn from both Clarkson and Blake Shelton. Ultimately, Cartelli chose to be on Team Kelly. 

Clarkson scored another victory the very next season with country singer Chevel Shepherd. 

Season 17 marked the third win for Clarkson when Artist Jake Hoot came in first place. Surprisingly, Clarkson was the only Coach to turn during his Blind Audition, so he automatically joined her team. However, this ended up working out well for Hoot, as he defied expectations and beat out the rest of the competitors.

As for Clarkson’s most recent win, well, that's Girl Named Tom from Season 21. Girl Named Tom made history on The Voice by being the first musical group to win the show. Since then, they've been making waves in the music industry, performing at the Grand Ole Opry, releasing Christmas music, and going on a national tour.

Clarkson took a brief hiatus from The Voice in Season 22, but she'll be back as a Coach for Season 23 in March.

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