Nick Jonas seems, by all accounts, to be a sucker for a swiveling seat.

NBC has declared that singer and entertainer will be returning as a coach to “The Voice” in Season 20, set to join John Legend, Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson on the show.

He will supplant Gwen Stefani, who is a coach on the current season.

“Warriors never sleep,” Jonas tweeted on Tuesday. “I’m back and ready to win this thing.”

Jonas made his debut as a mentor in Season 18, which aired in spring 2020.

Season 20 of “The Voice” is set to air in mid 2021.

The next few months are set to be occupied ones for Jonas. A film in which he shows up close by Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland, “Chaos Walking,” will make a debut one year from now. Furthermore, he’s set to before long star in an action thriller called “The Blacksmith” with Laurence Fishburne.

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