Blake Shelton has enlisted the help of 'All About That Bass' singer Meghan Trainor, as his celebrity advisor on The Voice this season.
The Voice's Battle Rounds started Monday night, with Meghan Trainor offering her advice to Blake Shelton's team members. She was moved to tears when contestants Brian Johnson and Joshua Davis battled it out, singing Knockin' On Heaven's Door.'
Trainor said she lost a friend recently, and that the song really touched her heart.
“Some of the most exciting things that's happened for me in recent times is seeing artists that I've worked with on this show have some success, whether it's getting a record deal, whether it's winning an award," Blake Shelton says of his return for yet another season. "Whatever it is, being nominated for awards those are the things that keep me coming back here as a coach on The Voice."
In past seasons of The Voice, Blake's team mentors have included Kelly Clarkson, the Band Perry, Reba McEntire, Sheryl Crow, Little Big Town, Cher, and Michael Buble.
Meghan Trainor appeared on the last season of The Voice, singing her hit song 'Lips Are Movin'.' Fans will no doubt love it if she performs one of her songs while serving as a mentor this season, too.
Blake Shelton has won four seasons of The Voice to date. Do you think having Meghan Trainor as his celebrity advisor this season might help Team Blake score its fifth win?