Get ready for a Twitter takeover because Blake Shelton has recruited Bette Midler on “The Voice”.
The judges are currently busy filming Season 11 of the TV singing competition with the help of some famous mentors — including Bette Midler.
Us Weekly shares the details from an unnamed source, who spilled the beans about all four coaches’ Season 11 mentors: Miley Cyrus has teamed up with Joan Jett; Sammy Hagar will mentor Adam Levine‘s team; and Alicia Keys has Charlie Puth helping out her team members.
The mentors will appear during The Voice’s Battle Rounds.
Shelton has had some superstars in his corner with Team Blake. Gwen Stefani was Team Blake’s mentor last season, and Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, Cher, Meghan Trainor, the Band Perry and many others have stopped by to offer mentoring throughout the show’s past seasons.
Shelton has been a coach on The Voice since the show’s first season, as has Adam Levine. Cyrus and Keys are replacing Pharrell Williams and Christina Aguilera.
The Voice Season 11 begins on Sept. 19 on NBC, but the network will air a special preview episode on Aug. 21, following the Olympics Closing Ceremony.