Season 23 of “The Voice”  will return with some new faces, and say farewell to the show's longest-tenured coach.

NBC revealed in a statement on Tuesday, Blake Shelton will be retiring from "The Voice" after the show's 23rd season.

Blake Shelton, a has been a fixture on the NBC reality singing competition The Voice for 12 years as a judge.

In a recent social media post, Shelton wrote, "I'm finally realizing that it's time for me to step away from The Voice."

Shelton has been with the show since it started in 2011. He has eight wins to his name and has coached 15 artists.

Shelton talks about how the show changed his life, how he met Gwen Stefani and learned about all of the work. 

Shelton is currently a judge on the 22nd season of "The Voice," joining fellow judges Stefani, Camila Cabello and John Legend.

With Season 22 still in progress, Blake has two more chances to increase his overall Voice Championship total to 10.

Chance the Rapper was thrilled to announce that he is joining the cast of NBC's "The Voice" to helping others in their careers.