In anticipation of the debut of “The Voice” Season 15 on Monday, September 24, we’ve put together a handy-dandy cheat sheet of all of the former winners from NBC’s reality TV show. Hosted by Carson Daly since day one, “The Voice” lets aspiring singers try out in front of superstar coaches like Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, with one winner each year receiving a coveted record deal as well as a cash prize. Get to know all of the past “The Voice” winners, including most recently Brynn Cartelli and Chloe Kohanski, by clicking through our photo gallery list above.
Cartelli won Season 14 in the spring of 2018, becoming the youngest-ever champion at age 15. Performances from this Longmeadow, Massachusetts native included “Beneath Your Beautiful” (blind audition song), “…Ready for It?” (battle song), “Here Comes Goodbye” (knockout song), and “Unstoppable” (playoff song). Britton Buchanan came in second place this season.
Kelly Clarkson was Cartelli’s coach, and by winning Clarkson entered “The Voice” record books by claiming victory on her very first season. Clarkson is no stranger to realty TV, of course, as she was the inaugural “American Idol” champ back in 2002. Will Clarkson now find the same success on her second season on “The Voice”? She’s back again for Season 15 and will be joined this time around by Levine, Shelton and Jennifer Hudson.
Kohanski won Season 13 in the fall of 2017. This Mount Juliet, Tennessee resident performed such classics as “The Chain” (blind audition song), “I Am Woman” (battle song), “Landslide” (knockout song), and “Time After Time” (playoff song). According to her NBC bio, “The Voice” was Chloe’s chance to “make her parents proud and get validation of her musical talent.” Addison Agen came in second place this season.
Shelton was Kohanski’s coach, making this the sixth time he mentored an artist to victory following Season 2’s Jermaine Paul, Season 3’s Cassadee Pope, Season 4’s Danielle Bradbery, Season 7’s Craig Wayne Boyd and Season 11’s Sundance Head. Shelton has appeared in all 15 seasons of “The Voice” (and counting) and doesn’t appear to be going anywhere, so he has a chance of furthering his impressive record this year.