Reba McEntire is able to usher in a brand new season of singers.
The nation music legend will be part of Season 24 of “The Voice” as one among its 4 coaches after serving as a “Mega Mentor” on Season 23, which wraps this month. NBC introduced Monday that McEntire will be part of returning coaches John Legend, Niall Horan and Gwen Stefani when “The Voice” returns within the fall.
As a coach, the “Survivor” singer will assemble her staff of rising musicians and decide who has what it takes to win the crown. Season 24 received’t be McEntire’s first time on the “Voice” rodeo.
This season, in her position as Mega Mentor, McEntire helped information singers who made it to the later stage of the competitors. Earlier Mega Mentors on “The Voice” have included Ed Sheeran, Snoop Dogg, Mariah Carey, Taylor Swift and Usher.
The Nation Music Corridor of Fame inductee first appeared on “The Voice” greater than a decade in the past, when she was an advisor throughout its first season in 2011.
NBC introduced McEntire’s “The Voice” promotion as Blake Shelton‘s time as a coach nears its finish. In October, Shelton introduced that he’ll conclude his reign because the present’s longest-serving coach after Season 23.
“I’ve been wrestling with this for some time and I’ve determined that it’s time for me to step away from ‘The Voice’ after subsequent season,” he wrote on Instagram. “This present has modified my life in each means for the higher and it’ll all the time really feel like house to me.”
Throughout his tenure, Shelton has nurtured a handful of rising stars, beginning with New York singer Jermaine Paul, who received the sequence’ sophomore season in 2012 below the nation singer’s tutelage. Additionally rising victorious below Shelton’s teaching had been Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradbery, Craig Wayne Boyd, Sundance Head, Chloe Kohanski and Todd Tilghman. Cam Anthony was the newest musician to win “The Voice” below Shelton.
On condition that monitor document, the “Reba” star has fairly the footwear to fill.
Season 23 of “The Voice,” which airs on NBC at 8 p.m. Pacific, will conclude with a two-part finale on Could 23.