Honey, Shania Twain made herself at home on The Voice.
The country legend took a seat in her own spinning red chair on Monday night (4/24) to watch the final 12 artists compete on the hit NBC show.
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Shania is the first key advisor to both mentor and also return for the live show in her own red chair, bringing the total coaches to a first-time five.
“I’m beyond excited,” at the beginning of the show Monday. “This is an amazing experience and an amazing honor to be with all of these guys up here. I’m ready for the time of my life.”
Shania is latest in a long line of country advisors to appear on The Voice, following in the footsteps of Reba, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Garth Brooks and Luke Bryan.
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She’s set to release her first new album in 15 years sometime in 2017.