'The Voice' season 11: Celine Dion to advise Team Gwen Stefani

Eastern time; Stefani will be joined by returning coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Alicia Keys.

What Dion brings to the table it clear - she's got one of the best voices in the history of music, and she brings so much passion to her performances.

'I feel like it's so incredible to have the diversity that I'm able to bring to the show, especially through Khaled, ' said the Manhattan native, whose real name is Alicia Augello Cook. I feel like there's so many ways to look at music, there's so many ways to create. 'I think that is what Khaled does very naturally'.

DJ Khaled responded to Keys' compliments with a metaphor, saying, "If the room is dark, I'm the lightbulb..."

According to her personal Twitter account, Céline Dion is joining The Voice Season 12 as returning judge Gwen Stefani's adviser for the show's battle rounds. "I'm so jealous, I can't even see one thing (wrong)", Dion replied, studying her co-star's face as she laughed.

Netherlands moves on abortion funding after Trump reinstates 'gag rule'
This is to counter the financial setback organizations would face were they to lose funding under the global gag rule. The rule has gone back and forth between administrations since it was first introduced in 1984 at the U.N.

While we're excited to hear what advice the All We Do Is Win performer has to give, he's hardly the only superstar advisor on the books.

"When Gwen finds out she'll go nuts", a source said. We're gonna make it happen'.

Finally, new papas Levine and John Legend will be working together.

The happy duo sat down with Today to discuss their new partnership, with Stefani, 47, gushing, "Everybody's going to be so mad - the other coaches - that I got you".

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