Courtesy : Variety
Even though original programming is currently halted owing to coronavirus outbreak, people are looking forward to have their favorite shows coming back on-air and resuming shoot as soon as possible.
And this might be one of the best news for the fans of The Voice. Veteran tunesmith James Taylor is joining The Voice in the role of Mega Mentor for the NBC talent competition series.
Taylor will begin his role on the April 13 edition of the series that will feature the four contenders that survive the Battle Rounds as the prepare for the Knockout Rounds. In a twist to the format. each of the four contenders will receive preparation and coaching from their individual coaches and from Taylor.
Voice’s current lineup of judges — Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Nick Jonas and Blake Shelton — announced Taylor’s arrival in a one-minute promo that featured the coaches whispering the identity of the mega mentor to one another. At the end Shelton quizzically asks “Elizabeth Taylor?” before Legend corrects him.
Taylor is a member of the Rock ‘n’ Roll and Songwriters hall of fames. He earned the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2015 and was feted with a Kennedy Center Honors kudo in 2016.
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