Published: Wed, October 09, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Nick Jonas: Why He'll Be a Great Coach on 'The Voice'

Nick Jonas: Why He'll Be a Great Coach on 'The Voice'

Nick Jonas is joining US talent show The Voice as a judge for next spring's season 18.

After teasing the news on Twitter, Nick Jonas, 27, will announce Monday on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that he'll be replacing Adam Levine as a judge on NBC's "The Voice".

Stefani, who just returned to Season 17 of "The Voice", will be stepping down come spring to focus on the last dates of her "Just a Girl" Las Vegas residency in February and May 2020. "We have to form an alliance - me, you, Kelly. John, I love you, but we've got to have a side conversation [and] figure some things out".

Jonas will address the news on Tuesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show while promoting Jonas Brothers' platinum album and their current single, "Only Human". "I'm hoping for a Season 1 win for Team Nick and a chance to work with some wonderful talent".

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"While I'm excited to work with you guys - I'm coming for ya".

During a sit-down interview with Today, Jonas' wife Priyanka Chopra reacted to the news. Just weeks ago, it seemed like Gwen was on board for the new season of The Voice as Adam Levine's replacement-but with Nick Jonas' announcement, it's clear that she won't be returning. "I just stay at home and do very little", he said.

"I don't know if I have the courage to confront her again and perform music in front of her". "I was constantly working for so many years, very lucky, very fortunate, very blessed, but to just be able to stop in this moment, to spend time with my new young family, and just have the greatest time ever".

Appearing this week on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Adam Levine admitted he is "obsessed" with his children at this point, and while he doesn't think of that as a bad thing, he said that's the main reason why he's been such a homebody of late. "He's literally been a music prodigy since he was seven years old so I think it'll be wonderful to see him working with new musicians and adding to that", The Sky Is Pink actress said, adding: "Blake [Shelton], you better watch out". Now, I'm just like a stay-at-home dad.

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