An original member of "The Voice" is saying farewell.

Adam Levine, who has been a coach on the NBC show for its full 16 seasons, has decided to leave. Gwen Stefani will take his place in season 17.

Stefani is no stranger to the show, having served as a coach during seasons 7, 9 and 12. She even met her boyfriend, Blake Shelton, on the show.

"The Voice" host Carson Daly reported Levine's departure during the "Today Show" Friday morning.

"He'll always be a part of 'The Voice' family and we wish him nothing but the best," Daly said.

Levine has won "The Voice" competition as a coach three times. There are no confirmed reports on what the Maroon 5 lead singer is planning next.

Season 16 of the show ended Tuesday as John Legend nabbed his first win as a coach with contestant Maelyn Jarmon.

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