The “Girl on Fire” singer will team with the new coach on the NBC competition's seventh season
Alicia Keys has been called into duty on the upcoming seventh season of NBC's “The Voice.”
NBC, Keys and new coach Pharrell Williams announced on Twitter that the singer will mentor Team Pharrell.
Keys rounds out next season's mentors, which includes previously announced Little Big Town, who will be working with Blake Shelton; Gavin Rossdale, who partnered with wife and new “Voice” coach Gwen Stefani, and the iconic Stevie Nicks will work with Adam Levine‘s team.
“The Voice” will be a working reunion for Williams and Keys, who last recorded a duet together titled “Know Who You Are” on his latest album, “GIRL.”
Williams was tapped in March to replace the departing CeeLo Green. He had previously served as a mentor on the show as well.
“The Voice” returns for Season 7 on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. on NBC.
See the tweets below:
— Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) July 23, 2014
Can't wait @aliciakeys