Stevie Nicks joins ‘The Voice’

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Obviously Stevie Nicks enjoyed an earlier experience on “The Voice” — leading her to now have a much more permanent role on the popular musical competition series.

The Fleetwood Mac mainstay and pop-rock singer/songwriter will be an adviser to Adam Levine for the upcoming season 7 — sharing her musical insights with his protégés on the show.

Nicks and Levine actually collaborated on “The Voice” way back during the first season’s finale, when Nicks performed “Landslide” with Levine’s team. His contestant — Javier Colon — went on to win the title that first year.

“The Voice” will launch its new season on Monday, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. on NBC.

Along with Levine, Blake Shelton will return as a coach — joined by Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.

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