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LeAnn Rimes To Serve As Coach On Upcoming Season Of 'The Voice UK'

Grammy-winning singer LeAnn Rimes will serve as a coach on the upcoming season of "The Voice UK."

The Grammy-winning singer, who is currently in Sydney filming her role as a coach on the upcoming season of the Australian version of the music reality show, expressed her joy on being named in the role for two international versions of "The Voice."

"What an honor and rare opportunity it is to be asked to coach on both, The Voice Australia and The Voice UK," she said in a statement. "I'm looking forward to discovering new voices across these nations, mentoring the next generation of talent and sharing my heart, not only with these gifted vocalists, but with the Australian and UK fans."

"I have experienced so much love from both countries throughout my career and I look forward to deepening that connection during my time on The Voice," she added.

Rimes will join Black Eyed Peas frontman, legendary Welsh singer Tom Jones, and McFly stars Tom Fletcher and Danny Jones on the coaching panel for "The Voice UK."

Jones and Fletcher of the UK boy band are new coaches, and will share a chair on the panel.

The winner of "The Voice UK" awaits a record contract with EMI, a cash prize of GBP50,000 ($63,127) and a holiday ticket to Universal Studios Florida.

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Vince Gill Invites T. Graham Brown To Join Grand Ole Opry

Vince Gill, who was at the SiriusXM Studio as a guest for a recent taping of T. Graham Brown's show "Live Wire," invited the veteran country hitmaker to join the Grand Ole Opry.

"BREAKING: @VGcom has invited @TGrahamBrown to become the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry!" a post from the Opry's official X account reads.

Responding to Gill's invitation, Graham said through tears of joy, "Awww, man. That's amazing, Vince. Oh my goodness. Please tell me you're not kidding me. This is the greatest thing. You don't know what that means to me. I so wanted this; you just don't know. I'm so proud of the Opry. I'm just so proud to be there every time. I've never taken it for granted. It's just amazing."

"They love you," Gill said. "That's a special place, and you'll be a valued part of that place. I didn't mean to make you cry. Congratulations!"

"T. Graham Brown feels like family every single time he walks through the backstage doors of the Grand Ole Opry House," shared Dan Rogers, Opry executive producer. "He adds a special spirit and a great performance to every Opry show he's part of. It's not lost on me that immediately after having been invited to join the Opry at the SiriusXM studios, within minutes he was on the road to the Opry for yet another performance, adding to his 300+ count of Opry appearances."

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Ariana Grande, Kacey Musgraves Announced As 'Saturday Night Live' Musical Guests

"Saturday Night Live" has announced Ariana Grande and Kacey Musgraves will be the musical guests during upcoming episodes of the late-night sketch comedy series.

While Musgraves will join host Anyone But You actress Sydney Sweeney on March 2nd, Grande will join host Josh Brolin for the March 9th episode.

For both Grande and Musgraves, the upcoming appearances on "SNL" will be their third on the show.

Grande first appeared as the musical guest in September 2014. In March 2016, she did double-duty as both host and performer. Musgraves was the musical guest in May 2018 and October 2021.

Both Grande and Musgraves are set to release their new albums in March. Grande is set to release her seventh album, Eternal Sunshine, on March 8, a day before her "SNL" appearance, while Musgraves will release her sixth album, Deeper Well, on March 15.

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