"THE VOICE" - KELLY CLARKSON, MIRANDA LAMBERT
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) -- "American Idol" and "Nashville Star" are why Kelly Clarkson and Miranda Lambert are joining "The Voice" when it starts up again in a few weeks. For the second season, each of the four coaches is adding two celebrity advisers. Blake Shelton has chosen Lambert, not because she's his wife, but because she got her start as the third-place finisher on "Nashville Star." He's added Clarkson because she's the first "American Idol." That's what he hopes for the contestants on "The Voice." Other celebrity advisers are Lionel Richie and Jewel for Christina Aguilera, Alanis Morissette and Robin Thicke for Adam Levine and Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds and Ne-Yo for Cee Lo Green. "The Voice" returns for a special edition right after the Super Bowl on February 5, with another episode the next night.