The country music star will advise contestants on the music competition series ahead of the three-way knockouts
On Tuesday, NBC announced that Wynonna Judd will appear as a mega mentor on Season 24 of the music competition series.
The country music star, 59, joins the reality series starting Nov. 6 to help the singers who remain after the competitive battle rounds to prepare for their three-way knockouts.
The Country Music Hall of Famer will star alongside the series' A-list roster of coaches — Niall Horan, John Legend, Reba McEntire and Gwen Stefani — on the Emmy nominated series, which airs on Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC and streams the following day on Peacock.
After the news was announced, the member of The Judds shared how honored she was to appear on the series with an Instagram post. Along with a shot of her smiling and posing on the set of the reality show, she wrote, “I’m a Judd, not a judge. 😁. It is SUCH a privilege to be the Mega Mentor on this season of @nbcthevoice!!!!”
McEntire, 68, also shared a sweet clip on Instagram of her and the “She Is His Only Need” singer expressing how excited they are to team-up on the hit competition series.
“I love her being on The Voice,” the Grammy winner says in the video. “We’re neighbors in Tennessee and we have to get out here in LA to see each other,” she adds jokingly.
After the two shared that they’ve never been on a program together like this before, Judd says, “It’s one of the reasons I decided to do this show because you’re here and I wanted to work with you.”
Last season, McEntire was a mega mentor before she officially joined this season as a coach.
In the past, groups of major talent have swung by the show to offer advice to specific teams, or a Key Advisor has critiqued every competition. Among the previous guests are Charlie Puth, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Mariah Carey, Usher and Taylor Swift.
Season 24 of The Voice kicked off on Sept. 25.
The series is currently in the final week of their battle rounds, which pits two contestants on the same team against one other as they sing the same song and their coach must determine whose performance was best. The round first kicked off on Oct. 17.
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This season, the judges have been wowed by a handful of performances, including several blind auditions from a former One Direction fan fiction writer, a teenager who once competed on Top Chef Junior, a singer who looks nearly identical to Legend, 44, and many others.
The Voice airs at Mondays at 8 ET and Tuesdays at 9 ET on NBC, with new episodes streaming on Peacock the following day.
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