Christina Aguilera will again be filling one of the swivel chairs on The Voice.
The 34-year-old pop star, who is one of the original coaches on the program, will join her buddies, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams, on season 10 of the NBC reality series when it premieres in February.
Pop rocker Gwen Stefani is currently sitting in on the show, while Usher and Colombian singer Shakira has also been coaches on past seasons.
Aguilera's return to primetime television isn't all she has in store for her fans. The "Dirrty" singer stopped by the Today show on Wednesday, and announced that she has some new music in the works.
"I've been loosely working and sort of accumulating ideas of what my next album will be over the last couple of years," she said. "I'm excited for my fans to finally be getting something from me; it's been a while."
Can we expect another duet between Aguilera and Levine? Pop music fans would most certainly support a "Moves Like Jagger" follow-up song!
While Xtina is gearing up for her return to The Voice, Stefani is working on finding a winner for season nine.
"I'm going to destroy them, like it's over," she told ET about beating her fellow coaches. "Like seriously right now, my competitive mode is like up."