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Chris Martin is set to be a mentor on 'The Voice'.
The Coldplay lead singer is set to make an appearance in the reality-based talent show.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin will be the guest mentor for the second round of battles on NBC’s The Voice. In the role, the singer will advise all four teams’ contenders during “Battle Rounds: Round 2,” which will begin on March 31.
Martin will advise on vocal techniques, stage presence and the importance of tailoring songs to fit their persona and strengths.
The new round will include both those singers that advance via battle wins and through steals in battles against another singer or group for the chance to advance to the playoff round. Each coach can steal one more singer in this round.
The live shows are set to begin airing on April 21 with the Top 12. The finale will air on May 20.
Coldplay, which formed in 1997, has sold more than 60 million copies of its five No.1 albums. Coldplay’s sixth studio album, Ghost Stories, is set for a May 19 global release. — Reuters
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