John Legend Teases His Future on The Voice

John Legend, the 12-time Grammy winner and coach of NBC's hit show The Voice, has teased his future on the show. In a recent interview with E!

News correspondent Courtney Lopez, John shared that while he won't be a part of the upcoming season 23, which premieres on March 6, he will definitely be back in the future.

The new season will feature the return of coaches Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson, as well as new additions Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper.

John first joined The Voice as a coach in season 16 in 2019, having previously appeared as a season 12 advisor.

Although he doesn't have a set plan for how much longer he'll continue his coaching role on the show, he expressed his pride in being a part of its legacy, which has lasted for many seasons.

On a related note, season 23 will mark Blake Shelton's last season as a coach, as he has been part of The Voice since its very first season in 2011.

John spoke highly of Blake, calling him an amazing coach and an even more amazing person. He expressed his hope that the tradition of The Voice will continue even after Blake leaves.

In the meantime, John is focusing on fulfilling one of his own dreams by launching his new unisex skincare line, Loved01.

In a market filled with celebrity skincare brands, John's line stands out with its focus on creating affordable and effective products specifically for people of color, with their melanin-rich skin in mind.