Gwen Stefani is set to spar off against her significant other, Blake Shelton, on “The Voice” for Season 17. Stefani, who is replacing Adam Levine, will sit alongside Shelton and coaches Kelly Clarkson and John Legend. However, Stefani won’t be making nearly as much as her country boyfriend.
When Stefani appeared on Season 7 of “The Voice,” she made a cool $10 million for her work, but by Season 12, she had upped her pay scale to $13 million, The Cheat Sheet reported.
For Season 17 of the show, it is expected that Stefani will earn between $14 and $15 million for her coaching skills, Style Caster reported.
Other coaches on the show also pulled in some significant salaries with Adam Levine making a reported $14 million a season. Blake Shelton reportedly made $13 million a season back in 2016, which has certainly increased as the show grew in popularity, The Wrap reported.
Fellow coach Alicia Keys reported made $8 million for Seasons 11 and 12, and Kelly Clarkson made $560,000 per episode for Season 13, Variety reported. Shakira made a reported $12 million for Season 4 and Season 6 of the show while Miley Cyrus pulled in an estimated $13 million for Season 10 and 13.
Christina Aguilera also pulled in a nice salary at $17 million for Season 3 of “The Voice” and $12.5 million for Season 5 of the show, according to Style Caster. She also appeared on the show in Season 10, where she won with contestant Alisan Porter.
Stefani was a coach on “The Voice” for Seasons 7, 9 and 12. She met Shelton on the show, and the two have been a couple ever since they finalized their divorces to Gavin Rossdale and Miranda Lambert, respectively.