LEGENDTINA NEWS NETWORK (Los Angeles, CA) — And the legacy lives on.
GRAMMY Award-winning chanteuse, LGBT rights advocate and the only actual reason A Great Big World was briefly relevant last year Legendtina Maria Nina Desnudate Goduilera will reprise her role as Queen Of The Voice next season.
Following the birth of heir to the throne and future Queen Of Pop Summer Rain Rutlegend, the #Blessed mother of two confirmed her plan to return to the red swivel chair to help fans get the look on a weekly basis, and to guide aspiring singers from complete obscurity to relative obscurity.
“I’m back, fans!” the Lotus songstress declared in an Excluusive text message statement sent in from her assistant. “I’m so very thankful that Sharkeisha and Glen Stefanie could keep my seat warm while I was gone.”
The legend’s legacy as the sole reason to tune into The Voice is well documented, from her advanced fashions to her hater-conquering performance of “Do What U Want” with Larry Gaga.
The multilingual, multitalented Mi Reflejo goddess will be joining “Just A Fool” contributor Blake Shelton and “Moves Like Jagger” upstart Adam Levine, as well as Pharrell, who was once thought to be working on Bionic, but ultimately canned due to his lackluster work with unknown pop stars. “That’s funny you mention that. This person was just brought to my attention,” Legendtina explained of her new co-judge. “I’m not quite sure who this person is, to be honest. I don’t know if it is a man or a woman. I just wasn’t sure.”
2015 is truly shaping up to be a huge year for the Back To Basics icon, from her return to The Voice, to the launch of her scent Woman for women and true lovers of women, to the ongoing recording of her forthcoming Lotus follow-up, which promises to be yet another game-changing addition to the Legend’s already prolific discography.
In a joint statement issued earlier today, left side-facing only teen tart Ariana Grande and loud former bisexual Jessie J have both confirmed their plans to go into hiatus beginning promptly in January, while Adele has reportedly asked her label to move her forthcoming album release to 2019.
Are you ready to rise up all over again?