The coaches on the 2014 season of "The Voice" were singers Gwen Stefani, Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams and Blake Shelton. The show focuses on the celebrity panel in their search for talented amateur musicians.
During the course of a season contestants are divided into different teams led by one of the coaches. The coach then works with his or her group and selects two people from the same team to compete in a series of performances. These competitions continue until 20 finalists go head to head to qualify for 12 spots in live performances voted on by the television audience. Two competitors are sent home every week until the finalist is awarded a record contract.
Gwen Stefani is a popular singer and artist who is best known for fronting the band, No Doubt. Adam Levine has released numerous records with his band Maroon 5 as well as serious solo projects. Pharrell Williams is a successful singer, producer, rapper and fashion designer. Blake Shelton is a country music star who released his debut album in 2001.