Kelly Clarkson and Other Stars to Mentor on NBC's 'The Voice'
All eyes are on NBC's "The Voice" this year, especially since the show will be premiering right after the Super Bowl. Accordingly, the show has made a noticeable effort to make this season bigger than the last, mostly through the addition of even more celebrity mentors.
While "The X Factor" went big with gigantic screens and big stage, "The Voice" aims to go big with star power... and a little strategic "borrowing" of talent from "American Idol." Kelly Clarkson, who won the first season of the NBC show's biggest competitor, will be joining Team Blake to help mentor his contestants after the blind auditions.
Also joining Blake Shelton will be his wife, Miranda Lambert. Between those two country heavy hitters and the pop-friendly Clarkson, Shelton's team might find itself in position to take down Adam Levine, whose contestant Javier Colon won the season one competition.
Levine will be joined by Alanis Morissette and Robin Thicke, though, so don't count him out either. Cee Lo Green will get help from Babyface and Ne-Yo, while Christina Aguilera will have Jewel and Lionel Richie to help her mentor her contestants.
The season two premiere of "The Voice" will air after the Super Bowl on February 5th. Check out the promo below: