Ariana Grande Joins 'The Voice' Judging Table

Pop Princess, Ariana Grande, will be joining the judges table at The Voice for the singing competition's 21st season. The singer will be taking over from Nick Jonas.

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Pop Princess, Ariana Grande, will be joining the judges table at The Voice for the singing competition's 21st season. The singer will be taking over from Nick Jonas.

27 year old Grande posted the followingon her Twitter page expressing her excitement:

 Alongside her will be Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton continuing as judges.

Page Six reported that Jonas won't be permanently leaving and will "remain on rotation with other stars that have appeared on the show. The chances are he will be back soon.”

Grande is said to be a huge fan of the show with The Voice tweeting a rather cute then and now post:

 The pop star said, "I’m so honored and excited to join ‘The Voice’ family! I have been a huge fan of the show for such a long time. I can’t wait to go head-to-head with the incredible coaches, get to know these new artists and help to take their craft to the next level.”

Ariana's latest Album, Positions, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and also lead to her being crowned Spotify’s most-streamed female artist in the last ten years.

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