Fans of NBC’s The Voice now know everyone who will be helping the superstar coaches when the show returns for its fourth season in March.
It was announced today through Access Hollywood that Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott will be the mentor for Team Adam. She and Adam Levine previously collaborated on the song “Out of Goodbyes,” which appeared on Maroon 5’s third studio album, Hands All Over.
Access Hollywood is a production of NBC’s parent company, NBCUniversal.
This follows the previous reveals of the other three mentors. Team Blake has enlisted the services of Sheryl Crow, while Team Usher will have Pharrell Williams, and Team Shakira is joined by Good Charlotte’s Joel Madden – who is himself a coach on the Australian version of The Voice.
The Voice returns on March 25.
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(And you know I’d never complain about that.)
My favorite coach will be appearing on Anderson Cooper’s daytime talker Anderson this Monday (February 27; check your local listings for time and channel.) To check out early video clips from the interview – including where Adam discusses which tattoo of his many he isn’t quite emphatic about – you can click over to my preview at Examiner.
This follows Adam’s appearance on Today earlier this week, where he told host Savannah Guthrie that he’d be back for The Voice‘s yet-to-be-scheduled third season. Trivia tidbit: Guthrie and Team Adam champ Javier Colon interviewed together for the NBC special Christmas In Rockefeller Center this past December.
What do you think, Team Adam fans? Are you as excited to have Adam back for a third run of The Voice as I am?