It’s out with the old and in with the new on Mexico’s version of The Voice… with the arrival of new coaches/mentors, including Paulina Rubio.
The 40-year-old Mexican singer, who recently released a new English-language single, has been added to the roster of coaches/mentors for coaches for the second season of Televisa’s La voz… México.
In addition to Rubio, the new coaches/mentors include Jenni Rivera, Miguel Bosé and Juanes, according to the Mexican newspaper El Universal. They replace last season’s talent, which included Espinoza Paz, Lucero, Alejandro Sanz and Alex Sintec.
Meanwhile telenovela actress Sandra Echeverría will serve as the show’s host in season two. She replaced actor Mark Tacher, who can now be seen in Univision’s telenovela Abismo de Pasión.
The new season of La voz… México is set to premiere September 9 with castings are already underway all over Mexico.