Lionel Richie, Jewel, Alanis Morrisette and now, Ne-Yo and Robin Thicke. No, this isn't the new generation of Band Aid. It's just part of your Monday night TV line-up.

NBC's 'The Voice' will return in the coveted post-Super Bowl spot on Feb. 5, after which it will shift to its regular Monday night slot -- and this time, the list of celebrity advisers is almost too much for us to handle.

Each of the four coaches -- Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera -- gets two advisers on their team. Ne-Yo joins Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds on Cee Lo's team and Thicke will advise for Levine's team along with Morrisette. As we previously reported, Kelly Clarkson will also be on hand help out her pal Blake Shelton's squad.

Paul Telegdy, NBC president of late night and alternative programming, said, “These renowned musicians will bring their unique and recognizable musical styles to the teams.” We have no doubt that their combined talent and eclectic styles will definitely bring some innovative sounds (and maybe even some drama!) to the show.

With this much star power and songwriting prowess in one place, it'll be touch to pick which team to root for. Forget the Super Bowl. This is the competition to watch.