Taylor Swift not only has a new album 1989, but she has a new gig as a guest mentor. According to Us Weekly, Taylor Swift will give her advice on The Voice's seventh season.
Swift performed on The Voice in its fourth season, but this will be the first time she works with the singers.
A source told Us Weekly, "She had great feedback for all the contestants. She made for an amazing mentor."
Lending her musical ear, she will work with this season's coaches that include Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
Known for hiring talented artists to work alongside the judges, this season of the show is no different with its lineup.
The Voice announced Stevie Wonder will work with Adam Levine, Gavin Rossdale with his wife Gwen Stefani, Little Big Town with Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys with Pharrell Williams.
The Voice premieres on NBC on September 22. Swift's pop album, 1989, will be in stores not long after on October 27.
Watch how Taylor has evolved her career below.
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