Snoop Dogg Joining ‘The Voice’ as Coach For Season 26 Alongside Fellow Newcomer Michael Bublé

Snoop Dogg is diversifying his already sprawling media footprint with yet another high-profile TV gig. The Long Beach legend who is slated to make his Olympic debut this summer when he joins the NBC team for nightly reports from the 2024 games in Paris in July will be back on our screens in the fall as part of the coaching panel on The Voice.

NBC announced the news on Monday morning (May 13), revealing that the 52-year-old rapper will be sliding into one of the signature spinning-chairs on the singing competition show alongside fellow newcomer crooner Michael Bublé. The panel for this fall’s season 26 will be rounded out by returning coaches Reba McEntire and Gwen Stefani, with the former notching her third consecutive season on the series and No Doubt singer and solo star Stefani adding yet another notch with her eighth go-round.

Bublé isn’t a total stranger to the Voice stage, as the Canadian singer previously appeared as an advisor to Team Blake in season three. Snoop also has Voice bona fides thanks to his gig as as a Mega Mentor in season 20.

First, The Voice has to crown a singer for the current season, with live shows slated to continue on Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT with a two-hour semi-final in which the top nine singers will perform a song dedicated to their hometowns as they battle over a spot in the finale. The semi-final will feature Team Reba’s Asher Havon and Josh Sanders, Team Chance’s Maddi Jane and Serenity Arce, Team Legend’s Nathan Chester and Bryan Olesen and Team Dan + Shay’s Madison Curbelo, Karen Waldrup and Tae Lewis.

Check out the new panel announcement below.

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