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We already knew that Shakira and Usher would be joining Blake Shelton and Adam Levine as coaches for the next season of "The Voice." The two new coaches are filling in for Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green who will take season four off of the hit singing comeptition to focus on their music careers.
Now we are finding out that Blake is enlisting the help of his long time friend Sherly Crow for the upcoming season of "The Voice." Blake says that having Sheryl join him as a mentor for his team on the show is: "pretty darn cool." He also says that Sheryl is: "one of the coolest people in the music industry."
Sheryl is joining the reigning winning team for the past two seasons on "The Voice." Team Blake's Cassadee Pope was the winner of season three and recently signed a record deal with Republic Nashville. Jermaine Paul was also coached by Blake and won season two of "The Voice." Blake will be hoping that Sheryl can help him secure a three-peat on the show.
Season four of "The Voice" kicks off with the "Blind Auditions" March 25th starting at 7 p.m. central time on NBC TV. If you haven't seen the fun promo for the new season of "The Voice," watch the video below.
By: Buck Stevens