LOS ANGELES — NBC’s “The Voice” is adding a high-powered rocker to the mix.
In a statement, Armstrong said he and his family are fans of the show.
“The Voice” has won over viewers because “it’s not molding artists, it’s just giving them a little bit of guidance and direction without giving them a complete makeover,” he said.
As the talent contest field grows more crowded, shows are competing for big-name music stars. “American Idol” is adding Mariah Carey as a judge, and “The X Factor” signed Britney Spears and Demi Lovato.
“The Voice” returns Sept. 10.
That’s good timing for Green Day: The band has three albums coming out in quick succession, with the first, “Uno!”, to be released Sept. 25.
In addition to Aguilera, the show’s coaches include Cee-Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Carson Daly is the host.
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