Taylor Swift eyed for Voice role
TAYLOR Swift is being lined up to judge 'The Voice'.
The 'Shake It Off' singer has been working alongside current judges Pharrell Williams, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine as a key advisor to the contestants and created such a good impression on producers, they are keen to invite her back on a permanent basis if one of the coaches' chairs becomes vacant.
A source told HollywoodLife.com: "Taylor Swift is great, she filmed her segments and it was basically a job, but she had fun and really had a lot to say. But when it comes to 'The Voice', everyone loves her on it and it will show on TV.
"When the producers approached her, it was an approach to groom her into a future position on the panel of judges if they ever need one and it fits everyone's schedule."
The 24-year-old beauty recently admitted she is enjoying her role on the show and is very "direct" with her critique.
She said: "I try to react to them the way that I like to be critiqued, which is constructive criticism.
"I like to tell them what they're doing well and what they should keep, but give them very specific things that they should maybe change or adjust.
"'You're doing this mannerism too much, or you're only holding that guitar because it's comfortable for you. Put it down'. You know, things like that. I try to be really direct."