July 9, 2014 at 12:05 PM ET
Fans of "The Voice" will have an extra reason to stand back and listen up next season. Singer Stevie Nicks has signed on as an adviser for Adam Levine's team.
Just how did Levine nab a mentor like Stevie Nicks, who — between her work on "American Horror Story: Coven," the soon-to-launch Fleetwood Mac reunion tour and, of course, her overall perennial appeal —couldn't be hotter? Simple:
“Bribery, begging, pleading," Levine told Extra after the announcement.
Nicks joined in on the joke, adding, “Presents … fur coat, some beautiful shoes, (and) sheets.”
"Anything she wanted," Levine said.
Kidding aside, it's no wonder Levine wanted the rock icon to work with his upcoming contestants. Nicks is his good luck charm.
During the show's first season, she took the stage for a duet with Team Adam singer Javier Colon. Shortly after the pair's performance of the Fleetwood Mac hit "Landslide," Colon was crowned the winner.
Only time will tell if Nicks can help lead Team Adam to another landslide.
Season seven of "The Voice" kicks off Sept. 22 on NBC.