Shania Twain to serve as "key adviser" on "The Voice"


Canadian pop-country superstar Shania Twain is stepping back into the spotlight as a mentor on TV talent show The Voice.

This is not Twain's first time helping hopefuls chasing a recording contact.

Twain has sold more than 100 million albums and remains the top-selling female country artist of all time. The official Twitter account of The Voice confirmed it as well.

Though Twain made a live comeback with her headlining Rock This Country Tour in 2015 and has been a regular presence at country events - she won CMT's Artist of a Lifetime honor in 2016 - she hasn't released any new music since the 2011 single "Today Is Your Day". "I Feel Like a Woman", which appear on her 1997 album Come On Over.

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Known for songs like "Man!"

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.

Twain also spoke with Rolling Stone about her struggles with dysphonia, which is "a vocal cord disorder that causes hoarseness and trouble speaking". "It's been one of the obstacles in my life I've just had to learn to live with".

Fans can tune in to catch Twain on The Voice beginning Monday, April 24 at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). Will you be tuning in the see Shania Twain make her debut on The Voice?