Gwen Stefani has won once on ‘The Voice’ in her 7th season. Can one of these three vocalists change that?

Despite working intermittently as a coach on "The Voice" for multiple seasons, Gwen Stefani has only won one competition. 

According to earlier reports from the Deseret News, the No Doubt singer won Season 19 in 2020 with 15-year-old participant Carter Rubin.

who made history as the youngest male vocalist to win the program.

Stefani is back on "The Voice" for the 24th season of the competition, and she wants to win twice. Take a peek at the three vocalists that are still on her roster.

Being one of the few R&B singers in the competition this season, Kara Tenae stands out.

Three coaches were drawn to Riverside, California-based vocalist Tenae, who credits 90s R&B music as a key inspiration.

"I was blown away," Tenae's rendition of Ella Mai's "Boo'd Up" left Reba McEntire speechless. It originates from your inner spirit.

It had such a profound effect on me. You have an amazing singing range.

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