10 Amazing Bodies of The Voice Stars
Explore the stunning transformations of The Voice stars as they not only captivate audiences with their incredible vocal talents but also with their amazing bodies. From Christina Aguilera's journey to self-acceptance to Gwen Stefani's secrets for dewy skin, discover the wellness and beauty routines of these beloved coaches. Camila Cabello's dedication to positive change, Miley Cyrus's skincare revelations, and Jennifer Hudson's skincare consistency will inspire you. Dive into John Legend's daily meals for vitality, Kelsea Ballerini's fitness regimen for strength, and Niall Horan's cycling adventures for peak fitness. Uncover the beauty mantras and self-care rituals that keep these stars shining on and off stage.
Christina Aguilera was one of the show's original coaches. She talked about finding acceptance with herself and her body to Health Magazine. "I have a hard time looking at the early pictures of myself because I remember feeling so insecure. I would never want to relive my 20s — you're so in your own head and finding your confidence."
Camila Cabello was a coach on the show's 22nd season. She talked about her desire to support causes to Bustle. "I think that in our culture, so many things are designed to distract us from the truth. Whether it's in podcasts, or books that I read, or shows that I watch, [there are really inspiring] people that I look up to and remind me of that distraction. It's a more fulfilling life when you don't look away, and it really makes you happier to know that you did your best to make some kind of positive change."
Miley Cyrus was a coach on two seasons of the show. She talked about her skincare routine to Harper's Bazaar. "My skin cleared up the more I cleaned out my products and kept it minimal and essential," she says. "There is nothing sexier than someone being in their honest feelings. So I nurture myself as a human and that radiates through my skin and invites people in to do the same when we're together, which depends connection."
Gwen Stefani has been a recurring coach since the seventh season. She even met her husband, Blake Shelton, on the show. Stefani shared the secrets behind her amazing skin to LVR Magazine. "Besides exercise and eating right, one skincare secret is hydration. I like my skin to look super dewy."
Alicia Keys appeared as a coach on three seasons of the show. She talked about finding her skincare routine to Vogue. "I've always cared about skincare, but in a way that was very frustrating because I didn't always have good skin. I've learned some of the secrets and I've also found some of the products that work for me – because everybody is different. You've gotta keep trying and find what's good for you."
Kelly Clarkson has been a coach on nine seasons of the show. She tells People that she is a big believer in not caring what others think of her. "I just don't care about things I feel like people put a lot of weight and gravity in," she said. "I do thank my upbringing for that. I just, I care about things that I feel like are important. So my beauty mantra is just to be a beautiful, kind, nice and thoughtful [person]."
Jennifer Hudson was a coach on two seasons of the show. She shared with Allure that she uses a lot of Olay skincare products. "What I love about it is the consistency it gives me. And again, it's a common denominator for me. I go through so many different products. I have so many different productions to do, so many different makeup artists. So to have Olay retinol, one consistent thing that I can do myself, that creates balance for me."
John Legend joined in the show's 16th season. He talked about his meals to GQ. "Lunch, I usually have a tuna niçoise salad or something like that. I eat something very similar every day. And for dinner it's varied, though—it's more like an event. I don't like to eat the same thing every day for dinner. It's usually some kind of meat and vegetable, and hopefully something fun."
Kelsea Ballerini has been a coach on two seasons. She talked about her fitness routine with Shape Magazine. "I've worked out with my trainer, Erin Oprea, for five years. We're on Zoom three days a week and do a lot of strength training intervals, where you alternate two exercises until you've burned that muscle group, then move on. We cram it all into 45 minutes and call it a day. It's been really good for me in understanding that exercise isn't necessarily for the way I look; it's also about the way I feel."
Niall Horan has been a coach on two seasons of the show. He opened up about his career to Rolling Stone. Horan says that he picked up biking to stay in shape during lockdowns. "I've never been fitter in my life because I was cycling 80 or 90 miles around Richmond Park every week – it's gorgeous out there."