Reba replaces Blake Shelton as a coach on “The Voice”

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Photo via Reba McEntire Official Twitter

There is a new coach in town and she is America’s sweetheart.

Country music legend Reba McEntire is stepping in for Blake Shelton as coach for season 24 of “The Voice.” For more than six months, Shelton has said he would be leaving the show. He is the longest-tenured coach on “The Voice.”

This season will be the first season McEntire will be a coach, but she actually served as a “mega mentor” last season and Shelton’s battle advisor when the show first started.

McEntire will be joined by John Legend, Gwen Stefani, and Niall Horan.

Story via Aliza Chason with CBS News

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