Christina Aguilera is known around the world for her big voice, but NBC might be more concerned about her big mouth after she sent out a premature tweet on April 28 welcoming Gwen Stefani to The Voice.
The No Doubt singer, 44, has not been officially confirmed as a season 7 coach, despite weeks of reports that she will join the hit NBC competition show.
"So excited to have you join #TheVoice squad @GwenStefani! Welcome to our crazy fam! Kisses- xoxo #blondesdoitbest," Aguilera, 33, tweeted.
The "Beautiful" singer took season 6 and 7 of the show off, and during her hiatus has announced her engagement to boyfriend Matt Rutler, her second pregnancy, and her plans for a new album. Stefani gave birth to her third son, Apollo, in late February.
The other coaches haven't commented on Stefani's casting as NBC has yet to make an official announcement. Adam Levine did acknowledge the reports of the "Hollaback Girl" singer joining the show to Us Weekly.
"She would be a really good addition to the show if she were to be on it, but that's only a rumor as of now," Levine told Us on April 22.
Pharrell Williams has officially signed on as a coach for season 7 of the show, and original cast members Levine and Blake Shelton have yet to make announcements as to whether or not they'll return come fall.