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20 October 2017, 01:01 | Hattie Nash
Alicia Keys returns to ‘The Voice
As stoked as we are about the roster for The Voice season 14, there are a few other things that need to be considered with this show at this point in its run. After some typical goofing around - with Shelton and Levine horning in on the grand reveal - Clarkson showed off Keys, who drawled humorously, "Defending my crown". Finally, Alicia pops out and she and Kelly have a little lovefest before they vow to "kick these boys' a****".
She joined the panel in season 11 past year (16) and, in season 12, her contestant Chris Blue won.
Keys last coached during season twelve.
Although Keys'return seems to be highly anticipated, at the moment, "The Voice" Season 13 is still taking place.
Season 14 of "The Voice" is set to premiere in February.
"We are thrilled to welcome back Alicia's positive energy, competitive spirit and sheer talent", says Paul Telegdy, NBC Entertainment President of Alternative and Reality Group.
Keys burst onto the music scene in 2001 with her debut album, Songs in A Minor, which introduced her first hit single, "Fallen", to the world.
Will Gwen Stefanireturn, too?
Jennifer Hudson and Miley Cyrus are now coaching alongside Levine and Shelton for season 13 of the reality show. Clarkson's participation was confirmed in May 2017 when NBC also announced that Hudson will be joining Season 13.
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