They're gonna do it again!
All four coaches from "The Voice" — Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee-Lo Green and Blake Shelton — have signed on for season two of the NBC smash, a source confirms exclusively to Us Weekly.Video: 'Voice' coaches returning for another season (on this page)
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Aguilera "is very excited" for the next season, an insider close to the singer, 30, tells Us. "It has been an amazing experience for her!" A rep for Green told Us the "Forget You" singer is indeed returning.
(Reps for Levine and Shelton had no comment.)
On Wednesday's season one finale of the blockbuster singing competition, Javier Colon was crowned the winner after ten weeks of competition. Mentored by Adam Levine, the father of two and Stratford, Conn. native beat out fellow finalist Dia Frampton by just two percent of the vote to win $100,000 and a recording contract.Story: Dia Frampton 'honored' to finish second on 'Voice'
Season two of "The Voice" gets underway in early 2012.
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