Michael Bublé Will Be Blake’s Advisor on The Voice

The two first met when Michael performed in Nashville in 2008, and they ended up onstage together.

Michael by Danny Clinch/BMI; Blake by Lewis Jacobs/NBC

Blake Shelton scored a country radio hit when he covered Canadian crooner Michael Bublé's version of the song "Home."

And Blake apparently has turned to Michael again, this time for the NBC show The Voice. Michael will be Blake's team advisor for the next season, the Associated Press reports.

Michael and Blake started taping episodes together Monday (July 9).

The two first met four years ago in Nashville before Michael's concert at Nashville's Sommet Center (now Bridgestone Arena). Michael ended up inviting Blake onstage to sing "Home" together.

Blake's past advisors have included Kelly Clarkson, Reba McEntire and his wife, Miranda Lambert.

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