The Voice Season 7: Gwen Stefani Steals the Spotlight in First Promo

The Voice is giving eager fans something to #Holla about.

RELATED It’s Official: Gwen Stefani to Coach The Voice Season 7; Christina Aguilera Back for Season 8

NBC’s reality smash is welcoming new judge Gwen Stefani with a fun promo, originally posted to E! Online, which will officially premiere on the Peacock network this Sunday. The video also features Pharrell, who will be seated alongside returning coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine when The Voice returns for its seventh season Sept. 22.

(History lesson: In addition to being Stefani’s signature song, “Hollaback Girl” was co-written by fellow coach Pharrell back in 2005.)

Hit PLAY on the new promo below, then drop a comment: Do you think Stefani is a suitable — albeit temporary — replacement for Christina Aguilera?

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  1. Timmah says:

    How about showing an audition clip? This promo tells me that the show is going to be even more about the judges than it already is. That’s what destroyed Idol.

  2. Michelle says:

    Season 7 already? We haven’t even started season five in the Netherlands and we were the first country to broadcast the show. Then again, four seasons of a talent competition is already a lot by our standards.

    • d4h8a15r16m23a42 says:

      Well they do it twice a year since it’s their highest rated show.

      • Michelle says:

        Twice a year? Audiences over here would get sick of it. A lot of people already complain about it being broadcasted once a year.

        Probably does help though that Idols, X-Factor and TVOH were al broadcasted by the same network, so there wasn’t any competition between them. It’s more as if X-Factor succeeded Idols and TVOH succeeded X-Factor…

    • Timmah says:

      Welcome to America. It’s all about money and ratings here. Originality and integrity take a back seat.

      • Temperance says:

        Considering that these days, that’s far less true than it has been in two decades, I call hogwash. The high quality of the cable shows, plus the drive to get people to BUY subscriptions or DVDs of the show is clearly driving up quality and promoting the move to actually wrap up shows that have been cancelled.

  3. "A" Has Risen says:

    I really do hope Gwen’s not just on for one season. It appears Shakira and Usher are both done with the show from their comments they made after it ended so will it go back to only being one panel? It would be great if both Gwen and Christina returned for season 8 (Christina is already confirmed) and have Pharrell and Blake or Adam join them! :D

    • Steven says:

      Blake & Adam every sseason is too much

      • "A" Has Risen says:

        That’s what I’m saying. But we all know they won’t get rid of BOTH of them at the same time, so one will stay while the other is on a “break”. Sigh, I wish they would just make two separate panels tbh.

  4. alistaircrane says:

    Hopefully a new No Doubt record will be out this fall! Gwen coaching on The Voice is the perfect time to launch a new single.

  5. CM says:

    Can we please rotate Blake and Adam with somebody. I can’t be the only one starting to get tired of them. Maybe switch them with Luke Bryan and Ryan Tedder?

  6. Coal says:

    Adam and Blake aren’t going anywhere, they are the stars of NBC highest rated sitcom. They have single handedly made NBC the number one network.

  7. analog says:

    Blonde Adam is horrible to look at.