She’s known as La Chica Dorada… But does Paulina Rubio have the golden touch when it comes to picking top talent?
Following weeks of speculation, Televisa has confirmed that the 41-year-old Mexican singer will serve as a mentor on the television competition La voz… México this coming season.
Rubio will join the brand new team of mentors, which includes Miguel Bose, Jenni Rivera and Beto Cuevas, on the second season of the Mexican version of NBC’s music competition show The Voice.
Rubio and new team replace the mentors—Lucero, Espinoza Paz, Lucero, Alejandro Sanz and Alex Sintec—from La voz… México’s first season, which broke audience records.
Rubio and the mentors will advise and train a group of singers to help them improve and become better artists.
Rubio, whose musical career spans three decades, is currently promoting her most recent album Brava, which features the single “Me gustas tanto.”
The second season of La voz… México will begin airing in September on Televisa.