The Voice may not have seen the last of Shania Twain.
The country pop superstar made history earlier this week by taking over the first-ever fifth chair during the hit NBC singing competition’s Top 12 live show, and she tells Entertainment Tonight she’d “totally” consider coming back for more.
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“The timing was never right for me,” Shania says of previously turning down full-time roles on The Voice, “but I don't know, this has been such a great experience I think I'm just going to move in. They don't know it yet.”
Shania adds both the artists and the coaches made her feel “so at home” as this season’s first key advisor.
“First of all, the contestants have been so gracious,” the “Still the One” singer says. “They are so grateful to have the opportunity with their own coaches... they are ready to learn, they’re open-minded and so that was like, wow, that was great. This is the way that it should be. This is a great working environment.”
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Shania is slated to release her first single in 15 years, “Life’s About to Get Good,” in June with a full studio album to follow in September.