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Wynonna Judd to Join Season 24 of ‘The Voice’ as a Mega Mentor

The Voice is turning up the intensity this season with a country legend taking the stage.

On Tuesday, NBC announced that Grammy-winning artist and Country Music Hall of Famer, Wynonna Judd, is stepping into the spotlight as the new Mega Mentor for the season.

In the midst of fierce competition, Judd will be working alongside coaches Niall Horan, John Legend, Reba McEntire and Gwen Stefani to mentor the artists from their teams as they prepare for the highly anticipated three-way Knockout rounds starting on November 6.

This season, The Voice continues its tradition of featuring influential stars as Mega Mentors, and Judd’s addition further solidifies the show’s commitment to bringing the best in the industry to guide the contestants. Judd’s arrival adds a significant country music presence to the show, following Reba McEntire’s transition from Mega Mentor to a full-time coach for season 24.

The Voice has a history of welcoming high-profile artists as a mentor. Past appearances have included Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton, Mariah Carey and more, offering their invaluable insights to the contestants— and Wynonna Judd is sure to bring her own unique perspective to the mix.

The Voice is broadcast on NBC at 8 PM ET on Mondays and at 9 PM ET on Tuesdays, and new episodes are available for streaming on Peacock the day after their TV airing.