Gwen Stefani will have some major star power helping advise her team on the upcoming 12th season of NBC's The Voice.
Céline Dion is the mentor for Team Gwen for the Battle rounds on season 12 of The Voice. Dion and Stefani broke the news early Friday, with a joint interview on Today in The Voice studio.
"To get like the prize right here, everybody's gonna be so mad - the other coaches - that I got you!" Stefani tells Dion in the interview.
Stefani also says that she is "blown away" by Dion's "unbelievable story, to end up having this unbelievable gift, to be able to speak through music to the whole world."
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The clip also features Dion giving pointers to unseen contestants, saying at one point, "Even though i've been in the business for so long, I'm still learning." Stefani and Dion clearly have a strong connection in the clip, which features Dion breaking out into song at various points, ad-libbing to include Stefani's name.
As for the other teams, Luke Bryan will be the advisor for Team Blake Shelton, while the advisors for Team Adam Levine and Team Alicia Keys are not yet announced.
Meanwhile, Stefani will be looking to improve her record as far as contestant placements. In season 7, her team was completely shut out from the finale, and in season 9, she was able to get Jeffrey Austin to the finale, where he finished in fourth place.
Now, Stefani is looking for the win to match boyfriend Shelton's five wins. Levine has three wins under his belt while Usher, Pharrell Williams and Christina Aguilera have one apiece.
The Voice season 12 premieres Monday, Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.