Christina Milian Speaks About Her Role On NBC's "The Voice"

I watched "The Voice" when it aired for its first season this past summer but I haven't had a chance to watch the new season. Hell! I'm not sure if I'm interested to be honest. I did however catch a bit of the reruns on E! this past weekend and saw Christina Milian in action who is the social media correspondent.

Read more below as Christina talks about her new role on the hit reality show:

Christina Milian has married her two favorite passions—acting and music— and mined them into a job for herself as the new social media correspondent for NBC’s hit singing reality competition show The Voice.

“I supply as much exclusive content online as possible for the audience including interviews for the advisors, with the coaches and the artists,” the 30-year old explained to BET.com about her new TV post. “I take people beyond what they see on television and really engage them. And as the show airs I’ll be tweeting live as well which allows the fans to communicate with me.”

Prior to joining the cast, Milian admits to being a self-professed fan of the show, which features music celebrity judge and mentors Cee Lo and Christina Aguilera, because of its originality compared to other reality competitions. “We’re not here to make fun of people, the coaches actually advise people on how to get better. Even in the blind auditions the type of information you get is priceless,” she says. And the contestant she thinks has the winning stuff so far? “Jamar Rogers, he’s one of my favorites and he’s got a story to tell," says Milan. "Jamar’s got great style, he’s great for our generation and he stands out.”

And look out for the Love Don’t Cost a Thing star’s role with the show to continue to expand as time goes on. “I’ll be doing some co-hosting on the show, too. You’ll be seeing a lot of me. I’m glad I’m apart of it and I feel blessed to have this opportunity,” she says. “They hired me to do one thing, but I will work wherever [the show] needs me to be.”

So don't be surprised if you see Milan joining the judges for their now traditional on stage jam music session very soon. "I'd love to," and she admits with a chuckle. "Yeah, I might be working my way to the stage [as a singer] too."

The Voice airs Monday 8pm/7c on NBC.
It has just been announced that Christina Milian has signed to Cash Money/Young Money/Universal Records. The singer joins recently signed artists Busta Rhymes and Bow Wow. I won't be surprised if Christina's first single features Wayne. I mean its only right.
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