How Much Do The Voice Coaches Make?

How Much Do The Voice Coaches Make?

NBC’s singing reality competition television series The Voice is known for having one of the largest and most loyal audiences of any television show on the air today. Now in its 22nd season, the show has had more than a dozen notable celebrities grace its iconic red chairs as judges on the series.

Hailing from the worlds of pop, country, and R&B, these coaches have been mentors to hundreds of hopeful artists over the years. They are also some of the richest people in the country. So, exactly how much do The Voice coaches make?

The Voice Coaches’ Salary Overview

At the top of its game, The Voice has been able to convince a remarkable number of artists with esteemed careers to take jobs as judges on the show. As each judge is unique and specializes in different things, they earn different salaries for their appearances on the show.

The salary amounts take into consideration the coach’s personal fame, how many seasons they have appeared on the show, and how many times their chosen contestants have won the show. Published reports show that most of the judges for the program were paid about $13 million per season.

How Much Do The Voice Coaches Make?

Blake Shelton – Shelton is the only coach who has been on every season of The Voice, appearing in two seasons each year. Previous reports stated that Shelton’s deal with NBC is for $13 million per season, but with bonuses for his many wins and his long tenure on the show, his salary may be even higher now.

Adam Levine – Levine was another long-running coach in the singing competition, appearing in Seasons 1 through 16. It was reported that his deal was the same as Shelton’s to earn $13 million per season.

Christina Aguilera – Aguilera appeared in Seasons 1 through 3, and then returned for Seasons 5, 8, and 10. It was reported that she earned $17 million for Season 3, but took a pay cut to $12.5 million a season for her return appearances.

CeeLo Green – Green also appeared in Seasons 1 through 3, and then returned for Season 5. He reportedly made $2 million for his first season, but by the time he left the show, his paycheck had risen to $6.5 million a season.

Shakira – Shakira signed a deal for $12 million a season when she agreed to be a judge for Season 4. It is not known if she received a pay raise when she returned for season 6

Usher – Usher reportedly signed a deal for $7 million per season for his appearance on Season 4. It is believed he made the same amount when he returned for Season 6.

Gwen Stefani – Stefani made her first appearance as a coach in season 7 and returned for Seasons 9, 12, 17, 19, and 22. It was reported that she made $10 million for her first two seasons and received a raise for Season 12 that made her salary $13 million a season.

Pharrell Williams – Pharrell reportedly signed a deal for $8 million a season when he started as a coach in season 7 and is believed to have continued earning that amount for each season until he exited in Season 10.

Miley Cyrus – Cyrus was a coach for seasons 11 and 13 and made $13 million a season for both seasons.

Alicia Keys – Keys signed on as a coach in season 11 with a deal for $8 million a season. It is believed her pay stayed the same for her subsequent appearances in Seasons 12 and 14.

Jennifer Hudson – It is unknown what Hudson made for her work as a judge on Seasons 13 and 15, but it is believed that her salary was about $8 million per season.

Kelly Clarkson – Clarkson debuted as a coach in season 14 with a deal to receive $15 million per season. She won three seasons before her exit in Season 21, so her salary could have gone even higher for the later seasons.

John Legend – Legend signed on as a coach in season 16 with a deal reportedly worth $13 million per season and is still coaching contestants in the current season. It is believed that his salary has remained the same throughout his time on the show.

Nick Jonas – Jonas’ first season as a coach came in Season 18 and he returned in Season 20. It is believed that he earned $8 to $10 million for each season, but there’s little information about how much he was paid.

Ariana Grande – Grande is considered the highest-paid judge ever on the show, negotiating a $20 to $25 million contract for judging Season 21.

How much do you think The Voice coaches will make in 2025? Let us know in the comments below!

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8 Stars Who Set Good Examples in Finance

There have been plenty of celebrities who have gone from riches to rags fairly quickly. Not all celebs are quick to squander their earnings though. Many diversify their income, invest, save, and even live on a budget. The names listed below are stars who set good examples with their money and beyond…

Stars Who Set Good Examples With Their Money

By setting a good example with their money, celebrities give many of us a goal to shoot for. While our earnings may never be that high, we can simulate their habits in our own lives to make the most of our finances. Whether they stick to a strict budget, thrift shop, or invest wisely, each of these individuals is setting a great example financially that many of us could learn from.

Ed Sheeran Sleeps on Friend’s Couches

 

 

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As a world-famous pop star, you can imagine Ed Sheeran doesn’t spend much time at home. For this reason, he hasn’t wasted money or time on getting a place of his own. In fact, he has stated he still gives himself an allowance of about $1,000 per month. According to Sheeran, that is mostly spent on taxis.

“You never want to be wasteful,” he said. ”I use my Barclays student account. I’ve not upgraded because I don’t spend much money. If I had all my money in one account, I would spend all of it, so I get an allowance.” The singer-songwriter is also famous for crashing on the couch. He lived in Courteney Cox’s spare room for some time.

J.K. Rowling Never Quit Trying

 

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J.K. Rowling is known around the globe for her successful book series Harry Potter that was later adapted into films. Many people don’t know that she went through a difficult divorce right after having her daughter and wound up on government assistance. During this tough time, she began writing the HP series.

It was initially rejected by 12 publishing agencies. Eventually, she found one to pick up the book and the rest is history. The books have sold more than 450 million copies of each of the seven novels. Rowling hasn’t inflated her life much though. She still stays relatively under the radar.

Rob Gronkowski is a Super Saver

 

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Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots is another person we can all take notes from. Even though he signed a multi-million dollar deal with the Patriots, Gronkowski hasn’t touched a penny of his NFL earning.

“I live off my marketing money and haven’t blown it on any big-money expensive cars, expensive jewelry, or tattoos and still wear my favorite pair of jeans from high school,” he stated.

Carrie Underwood Clips Coupons

 

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Country singer-songwriter Carrie Underwood is another one of the stars who set good examples financially. Even though Underwood has seven Grammys under her belt, she still sticks to a pretty strict budget. In fact, she still clips coupons!

According to Rachel Ray Every Day, she also makes her own meals and does her own shopping, which is uncommon for someone with her am0unt of wealth. She even packs her own lunch and if she isn’t able she “splurges” on a sandwich from Subway.

Ashton Kutcher Invests Wisely

 

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Ashton Kutcher has made a series of lucrative business decisions that have helped him diversify his investment portfolio greatly. Kutcher along with Guy Oseary formed A-Grade Investments. The company invests in startups and has backed some huge companies. They are most famous for turning $30 million into $250 million through backing brands like Uber and Airbnb.

Walt Disney Invested in Himself

Stars who set good examples

Although Walt Disney is no longer alive, we can still learn a few things from him. He obviously had a largely successful company and worldwide brand at the time of his death. However, Walt wasn’t always a success. In fact, The Walt Disney Company was $4.5 million in debt after the release of its 1940 film Pinnochio.

Ashley Greene Listened to Her Dad

 

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Ashley Greene from the Twilight movies learned a lot of her money habits from her family. Even though she has a significant amount of wealth, she still flies first class and saves money where she can. Greene says there is an important reason for this.

In the event she is unable to get work (or not finding work she likes), she has money to fall back on. According to Greene, her dad taught her about being frugal and saving money. “And that’s important because I want to know that I don’t have to take an acting job for two or three years if I don’t want to and that I’ll still be able to make my house and car payments and buy food for my dogs,” she said.

Tiffany Haddish Never Overspends

 

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Break-out comedian Tiffany Haddish is another frugal star who sets a great example with her money. Even though she’s fairly famous now, Haddish still saves her money. She told People that she still drives her Honda HR-V. Her designer bags? Gifts!

The fact that Haddish was homeless for some time helps motivate her to stay on budget and not overspend. She doesn’t see that changing any time soon either. “Yeah, it’s here now, but will it be here in five years?” she questioned. “I don’t know.”

Readers, what do you think about these stars who set good examples with their money? Is there anyone you’d add to the list?

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