Fans of The Voice are in for some changes when season 22 premieres on NBC this fall. A tweet sent from the show’s official social media account yesterday read “Give a warm welcome to your Voice Coaches,” and featured all four of next season’s coaches – Gwen Stefani, John Legend, Blake Shelton, and Camila Cabello – singing along to the Mika hit “Grace Kelly.”

That means that season 21 coaches Kelly Clarkson, who has been with the show for eight seasons, and Ariana Grande, who joined the singing competition this season, will not be participating as coaches for the upcoming season. Of course, just because a coach leaves the show doesn’t mean they won’t be welcomed back to the show in the future. (Stefani first joined the show in season seven and has coached off and on for five seasons since then, her husband Blake Shelton is the only coach to appear on every season of the show).

Clarkson, who is currently hosting The Kelly Clarkson Show and just wrapped her duties as host of American Song Contest, answered a fan question back in January about what’s on her plate this year by stating, “There are a few things happening this year that are different for me,” hinting that she hoped to put out a new album this year and then added, “and there’s something else that’s different that I can’t discuss, but it’s gonna happen and it’s pretty big.” We’d say that taking time off from the job she’s held for eight seasons is pretty big.

Cabello, whose career started after her group Fifth Harmony appeared on The X Factor on 2012, released her first solo album, Camila, in 2018 and in 2021 she starred in the title role in a film adaptation of Cinderella for Amazon Prime Video. There is no premiere date set for season 22 of The Voice.