The Voice continues to be one of the most popular series on TV as it provides viewers with a chance to witness incredible talent take center stage. It also offers the opportunity to have some of the most recognizable musicians in the world lend their talents in coaching music’s next superstar.
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Season 20 of The Voice is set to premiere on March 1 and will feature a change in the coaches chair as Nick Jonas will be replacing Gwen Stefani as a coach. Blake Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson will once again return as coaches for Season 20 as Carson Daly will serve as host.
Throughout the history of the show, the list of The Voice coaches is lengthy and each one has experienced tremendous commercial success. What is net worth of The Voice coaches? Let’s break it down and find out who is the richest coach on The Voice according to Celebrity Net Worth.
17 Bebe Rexha - Net Worth: $5 Million
Rexha served as a coach for the “Comeback Stage” on Season 16 and has a net worth of $5 million. Her 2018 collaboration “Meant to Be” with Florida Georgia Line helped launch her to international stardom as continued success followed on her debut studio album Expectations.
16 Kelsea Ballerini - Net Worth: $6 Million
Ballerini coached during Season 15 and has a net worth of $6 million. The success of her 2015 debut album The First Time helped her secure a spot on the coaches seat.
15 CeeLo Green - Net Worth: $10 Million
Green was one of the original judges on the show and has a net worth of $10 million. Although Green has been musically active for a long time, his first bout with success came in 2006 with the song “Crazy” while he was with Gnarls Barkley.
14 Jennifer Hudson - Net Worth: $25 Million
Hudson was a coach for Season 13 and 15 and has a $25 million net worth. She first rose to fame as a contestant on American Idol, but broke through shortly afterwards as an actress and released her debut album in 2008.
13 Carson Daly - Net Worth: $40 Million
Host Carson Daly has a net worth of $40 million. He bean hosting the show in 2011 and has had an extensive radio career including time as a night host on RADIO.COM station KROQ-FM.