The Voice's new cast of coaches are already in perfect harmony.
In the smile-filled photo, the music icons assemble on set for the first time together. The accompanying Twitter caption read, "Calling all fans to the stage!"
Reba excitedly retweeted the image, writing, "#TeamReba is ready!!!"
Season 24 marks a new era for the reality series now that Blake Shelton left the show following a whopping 23 seasons as a coach. And after it was announced in May that Reba would be replacing her fellow country superstar, the "God's Country" singer gave his stamp of approval.
"I'm excited about Reba coming on board," Blake exclusively told E! News in May. "It's kind of meant to be I think. From the versions of the story that I've heard, she was the original coach that they wanted here on The Voice to be the country representation. So, now that I've had my run, for her to finally get the job that she was meant to have to begin with, it will be fun."
Blake—who holds the most wins in Voice history with nine titles under his belt—is confident Reba has what it takes to bring home a victory this season.
"I can't imagine what it's going to be like for those kids to get a chance to work with Reba," he noted. "She's one of my heroes, she's an icon."
As for how Reba feels about joining The Voice, the Grammy winner admitted she's "very excited" to go up against Gwen, Niall and John.
"I'm not really worried about the competition," she told E!. "I'll give them some tips every once and a while that will help them, but I'll be easy on them."
The Voice season 24 will debut on Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. on NBC and streaming on Peacock. Keep reading for 20 fascinating facts about Reba's life and career.
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