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17 Times the Voice Coaches Performed on the Show—And Brought the House Down
These performances live in our heads rent-free.
The Voice is an exciting competition for countless reasons: the Artists, the Blind Auditions, the nail-biting stakes of it all. But it's undeniable that the Voice Coaches create some of the most entertaining moments for the fans watching at home.
Each season of The Voice features four industry-accomplished Coaches who give their team of Artists the tips and tricks for becoming a star. The upcoming Season 22 panel of Coaches boasts John Legend, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Camila Cabello.
Coach performances from The Voice you'll never forget
The Voice has had some legendary Coach performances throughout its 21 seasons. Whether the Coaches are getting festive for the holidays or simply jamming with their teams, these performances have become another major reason Voice fans keep tuning in season after season.
John Holiday and John Legend perform Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
Coach John Legend got on The Voice stage alongside his team member, John Holiday, for a haunting cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water." Their vocals are like silk for the entire performance.
Rachel Mac and Coach Nick Jonas perform Foo Fighters' "Best of You"
Season 20 Voice Coach Nick Jonas got onstage for a dreamy cover of "Best of You" by the Foo Fighters alongside his finalist Rachel Mac. They seamlessly took the rock ballad and gave it an acoustic twist.
John Legend and his team perform "Don't You Worry About a Thing"
It's never a dull moment when the Coaches jump onstage for a team number, which is seen in full force with Legend's performance of "Don't You Worry About a Thing." Legend, Joshua Vacanti, Shadale, and Jershika Maple took the Stevie Wonder track and gave the crowd a reason to groove.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton perform "You Make It Feel Like Christmas"
You'll be transported to a cozy fireplace in no time.
Kelly Clarkson and Girl Named Tom sing "Leave Before You Love Me"
Watch Clarkson and the talented sibling trio perform a mesmerizing cover of the Marshmello and Jonas Brothers track "Leave Before You Love Me" for the Voice Season 21 finale.
Gwen Stefani and Mon Laferte perform "Feliz Navidad"
The holidays are always a great time for The Voice!
John Legend performs his song "Wild"
Legend made the Voice crowd go, well, wild with a show-stopping performance of his song "Wild."
Blake Shelton performs "Come Back as a Country Boy"
Shelton is the reigning country king of The Voice!
Kelly Clarkson and her team perform "U Move, I Move"
Clarkson always knows how to serve angelic vocals whenever she takes the stage, whether she is flying solo or alongside her team members.
Kelly Clarkson sings her holiday tune "Underneath the Tree"
Is it December yet?
Jordan Matthew Young and Blake Shelton perform "All My Ex's Live in Texas" by George Strait
Shelton and Young's vocals braid effortlessly into a country music delight, stunning the Voice crowd during the Season 21 finale.
John Legend performs "You Deserve It All"
There's flawless choreography, holiday cheer, and angelic vocals: everything that makes a Voice performance a 10/10.
Jennifer Hudson and Kelly Clarkson sing "O Holy Night"
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani perform their duet "Happy Anywhere"
"Happy Anywhere" is all about being your most joyful around loved ones, and watching Shelton and Stefani perform their song together definitely brings out a few "aww"s.
Team Blake performs "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)"
Shelton got onstage alongside his team during Season 21 to give Voice fans a fun-filled performance of the classic song "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)."
Team Ariana performs "FourFiveSeconds"
Grande and her team took the stage for an intimately heartwarming performance of "FourFiveSeconds" around a roaring campfire and Northern Lights stage effects. Naturally, the crowd went insane.
Season 21 Voice Coaches perform a mash-up of Aretha Franklin's "Respect" and Sam & Dave's "Hold On, I'm Coming"
Clarkson and Grande's high notes and Legend and Shelton's soulful harmonies make this one of the best Voice Coach performances of all time.