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Coldplay’s Chris Martin signs on to ‘The Voice’

Coldplay’s Chris Martin signs on to ‘The Voice’

'THE VOICE:' Chris Martin, of Coldplay, will be a guest mentor on the next season. Photo: Associated Press

Coldplay star Chris Martin is to appear as a guest mentor in the current season of “The Voice.”

The singer will assist all four coaches during the singing competition, beginning March 31.

Martin, who was rumored to have been in talks to replace Keith Urban on “The Voice Australia,” will join Miranda Lambert, Aloe Blacc, Jill Scott and The Band Perry among the guest mentors for this season.

The guest stars join coaches Blake Shelton, Usher, Shakira and Adam Levine.

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