Christina Milian is the newest celebrity to sign on to NBC's 'The Voice.' The songstress will replace Alison Haislip as the social media correspondent for the singing competition. It's a smart move on NBC's part, since Milian is a widely known name whereas Haislip was much lower on celeb scale.

"I'm officially your eyes and ears behind and beyond the stage for The Voice so if you're a major fan you may wanna follow me!" Milian tweeted on Oct. 26.

According to US Weekly, NBC's president of alternative programming, Paul Telegdy, said that NBC is ecstatic to have Milian as part of 'The Voice' family. "Christina's extensive musical background and widespread recognition make her the perfect choice for the role of Social Media Correspondent on 'The Voice,'" the NBC rep said. "Her experience as a singer will provide a comfort level to our artists when they speak to her about the ins and outs of the competition."

Milian will join fellow musicians Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and fellow Christina and pop diva, Ms. Xtina Aguilera on the show.

After finalizing her divorce from R&B singer The-Dream, this gig is just what Christina Milian needs to get back in the game. The songstress seems overjoyed to be on 'The Voice' team, and she has already been tweeting about her experiences on set. She wrote, "Good Morning! Its a beautiful day in LA! Just got to the set of @nbcthevoice about to eat my breakfast!" She also tweeted at Cee Lo Green, writing, "I am gonna steal all your wardrobe. I'm loving your leather jacket."