Gwen Stefani will be joining The Voice this fall as a new coach, and when it comes time to mentor her dozen contestants, she'll have a very trusted comrade on her side. Yahoo Music's Reality Rocks can exclusively reveal that her husband of 12 years, Bush's Gavin Rossdale, will be the adviser to Team Gwen.
This isn't the first time there's been a husband/wife mentoring duo on The Voice: Blake Shelton's other half, Miranda Lambert, was a Team Blake adviser in Season 2. (Miranda also was a mentor last season, although in that instance, she defected and helped out Team Shakira.) However, Gwen and Gavin's pairing is a special one, as the two rarely perform together and usually prefer to keep their personal relationship out of the media spotlight.
It's been almost two years since Gwen made a surprise guest appearance during Bush's set at KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas to duet on "Glycerine." Will there be another Gwen/Gavin duet on The Voice in Season 7? Watch this space.
Gwen is reportedly working with fellow new Voice coach and "Hollaback Girl" collaborator Pharrell Williams on her first solo material since 2006, and Bush is currently in Dave Grohl's famous Studio 606 recording the follow-up to the 2011 reunion album The Sea of Memories; Bush's yet-untitled album is due out in October.
The Voice Season 7 premieres Sept. 22 on NBC.