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28 January 2017, 12:34 | Noel Cummings
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Another musical heavy weight is lending their services to NBC's "The Voice". The "My Heart Will Go Own" singer is sure to bring a whole new style of coaching to Stefani's team thanks to her unique voice.
Celine Dion announced on Friday via Twitter that she will be joining Gwen Stefani for the Battle Round on The Voice as her top adviser for season 12 of the television series, premiering February 27.
Singing her praises, the Rich Girl hitmaker gushed: 'There's nobody like Celine.
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The announcement comes a year after Dion lost her husband, René Angélil.
"Even though I've been in the business for so long, I'm still learning", said Dion. "I mean, I know her career, I know how lovely she is all the time". What is unique about the singer, and what she can impart to the next generation of musicians no one else can, is the valuable lesson no singer should be limited by their genre.
Earlier this month, Dion announced she will sing a new original song in Disney's upcoming "Beauty and the Beast" film.
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