The Voice has come out on top again.
The NBC singing competition, and its four judges (Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani) won the award for Best Competition Reality Series at the 21st annual Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday, Jan. 17.
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The cast was not in attendance to accept the award, but producers Lee Metzger, Mark Burnett and Audrey Morrissey took to the stage to thank the critics for their recognition.
Metzger, Burnett and Morrissey accepting the award for Best Competition Reality Series.(Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The most recent season, which was won by fan-favorite Jordan Smith, saw Shelton and Stefani confirm their relationship on-screen. Season nine, however, was also the last appearance for Stefani.
Coach Christina Aguilera, who previously occupied the chair, will return to her post as one of the main four judges, but all is not over for Stefani. Reports have emerged that Shelton is doing what he can to bring his girlfriend back in a mentor capacity.
With another awards under their belts, it seems like The Voice is here to stay.