Country music hit-maker Shania Twain just announced that she is taking on a mentoring role for NBC’s The Voice Season 12! The Canadian superstar will mentor finalists from each of the four teams in the first live episode featuring the final 12 contestants, set to air on Monday, April 24th at 8 PM ET.
“Excited to announce that I’ll appear on @nbcthevoice this month, as a mentor to the finalists. Tune in on Monday 24th April at 8pm ET/PT” Shania shared via Instagram.
Besides Twain making a splash on the popular vocal competition program, country music star Luke Bryan served as the team mentor this season for coach Blake Shelton, while Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and Garth Brooks served as key advisors during the show’s eleventh season.
The songstress is preparing to release her follow-up to 2002’s Up! album soon and teamed up with producers Jake Gosling, Ron Aniello, Jacquire King, and songwriter-producer Matthew Koma to pull everything together.
“I told anyone getting involved musically to forget about my other records,” the icon shared with Rolling Stone about her latest project. “I didn’t want it to be related to Mutt’s productions at all. I wanted a more organic approach.”
Her new tracks touch upon different strong emotions, “Who’s Gonna Be Your Girl?” reflects on the end of her first marriage to Mutt Lange and “Swinging With My Eyes Closed” is about pushing past the roadblock of pain. The songs aren’t all melancholy though, “We Got Something They Don’t” was inspired by a Major League Baseball game and is about feeling victorious.
Fans can catch Shania Twain performing live at the annual Stagecoach Festival in Indio, California on April 29th. Also on the horizon, the 51-year-old country music songbird’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum exhibit will open this summer, running from June 26, 2017 through June 17, 2018.
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