As Taylor Swift is one of the music industry's most popular and celebrated artists, she will undoubtedly be full of useful tips of the trade when it comes to every aspect of being a live performer, and now contestants of the NBC's 'The Voice' will be able to turn to her for advice.
Swift will be joining 'The Voice' as an advisor for season 7
The 24 year-old singer has signed on to join the hit singing competition show for its upcoming seventh season as a celebrity advisor to all four teams, much like Chris Martin did last series, according to Us Weekly.
While working with the 'The Voice' coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, as well as new comers Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams who are replacing Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green, Swift will share her expertise in how to become successful with the show's singers.
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"Taylor was an absolute pleasure to work with," a source told the magazine. "She had great feedback for all the contestants. She made for an amazing mentor."
The four coaches will also have their own advisors, Levine is expected to work with Stevie Nicks, Gavin Rossdale will work with his wife Stefani, country music group Little Big Town will collaborate with Shelton and Alicia Keys will join Pharrell.
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Season seven of 'The Voice' will premiere on September 22nd, which is around a month before Swift's upcoming fifth studio album '1989' will be released (0ct 27th). The 'Shake It Off' singer previously performed on the NBC show in season four last year.