The 'Shake It Off' singer follows Chris Martin's footsteps as an advisor who helps contestants from all four teams.
"The Voice" adds Taylor Swift as an advisor for the upcoming seventh season. A source tips Us Weekly that the country/pop singer will be advising all contestants from four teams, just like Coldplay's frontman Chris Martin did in the previous sixth season.
"Taylor was an absolute pleasure to work with," the insider said. "She had great feedback for all the contestants. She made for an amazing mentor."
The new outing kicks off September 22. Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams join regular coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton on the judging panel. Besides having Swift sharing tips with all contestants, each team will get their own mentor.
Team Levine is getting help from Stevie Nicks, Team Stefani getting help from the No Doubt star's hubby Gavin Rossdale, Team Shelton getting help from Little Big Town, and Team Williams getting help from Alicia Keys.