Taylor Swift hits yet another high note! On Oct. 3, NBC’s ‘The Voice’ confirmed that the Grammy-Award Winning Artist will serve as as the musical advisor on Season 7 — and we’ve got the on-set pics!
Taylor Swift, 24, will assist contestants across all four teams on The Voice! As a result, Taylor will be working with veteran judges Adam Levine, 35, and Blake Shelton, 38, along with new coach Pharrell Williams, 41, and fellow blonde bombshell, Gwen Stefani, 45.
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Taylor’s tasks will include everything from coaching the music contestants’ with their vocal techniques to their stage presence.
We can’t help but wonder if T-Swizzle will also be able to take a swizzle in the The Voice‘s trademark chairs. After all, we all know that the color red suits the “Shake It Off” singer — she’s totally rocking red lips in the new pics!
Similar to Coldplay singer Chris Martin, 37, who also assisted contestants across all four teams during season six, Taylor will also help the musical competition tay-lor songs to fit their respective personalities and strengths.
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The pop princess will make her debut as the advisor on “The Voice” on Monday, Oct. 27 on NBC. This is the same day that her upcoming album 1989 is scheduled for release. We also previously reported that Taylor will be performing brand new tracks from her first-ever pop album on the NBC competition series as well. Could a live performance during her first night as an advisor be in the works?
As for Taylor’s other advising duties, well, we would be overwhelmed with jealousy if any of the female contestants got styled by the star!
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