Christina Aguilera is returning to coach The Voice for Season 10 this February. Credit: Greg Gayne/NBC

Lady Marmalade is back! NBC announced on Wednesday, Oct. 7, that Christina Aguilera will return to coach The Voice for Season 10, which is due to premiere this February. 

The pop diva, 34, will rejoin her fellow coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Pharrell Williams, replacing current coach Gwen Stefani. As a member of the original set of judges, Aguilera was a fan favorite, thanks in part to her wild fashions and candid opinions. 

Her spot has previously been filled by both Stefani and Colombian singing sensation Shakira. Aguilera took some time off after welcoming daughter Summer Rain with her fiance, Matt Rutler, in August 2014. She has also been working on a new album. 

The announcement comes just as Us Weekly reports that costars Shelton and Stefani, who have both gone through separate divorces, have started a serious flirtation on set. 

“They’re a real thing,” a source close to the country singer tells Us. 

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