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'The Voice' Winners: Here's What Every Singer Is Doing Now

Here's what all 24 "The Voice" winners are up to now.

Singing competition show "The Voice" is now in its 25th season and has turned 24 hopeful contestants into winners. "The Voice" has also seen a myriad of coaches throughout its many seasons, including Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, Maroon 5's Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Pharrell, Alicia Keys, Nick Jonas, Usher, Kelly Clarkson, Reba McEntire and more. Carson Daly has served as host for all seasons.

What makes "The Voice" unique is its focus on mentorship. Each coach forms a strong bond with their team, and many continue to have a mentorship relationship with contestants even after the season has ended. McEntire, now in her second year of coaching on the series, recently had dinner with Team Reba members Jacquie Roar and Bias at a Nashville restaurant and has been vocal about her continued support of "The Voice" alums.

Tom Nitti, who left the show midway through Season 24, opened up about McEntire's support and kindness as well.

"Reba is the most genuine person," Nitti told the Utica Observer Dispatch. "She is the same on TV as she is in real life."

"The Voice" winner Bryce Leatherwood has also shared how impactful it was for his career to learn from his coach, Shelton.

"He's an incredible coach and he's a great friend," Leatherwood told People. "He's definitely someone that I can relate to in a lot of ways, and he sees a lot of himself in me — at least I hope so."

"I hope to be something like him one day," Leatherwood continued. "I think I would be doing pretty good."

Some winners of "The Voice" — including Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradbery and Sundance Head — have gone on to have successful music careers in their respective genres, and others have somewhat stepped away from the spotlight.

Here's what "The Voice" winners are up to now.



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