‘The Voice’ winner returns to the show for its 50th season!
We’ve all seen the ‘voice’ music video for “The Voice,” which features an adorable cat.
And it’s only been in the past few months that “The New Normal” star Jodie Foster has been on the show, singing the song’s theme.
And now, Foster is returning to the series for its fifth season, bringing her impressive vocal range back to the franchise.
“I’m really excited to be back on ‘The New Normies’ next season, which is the best show I’ve ever worked on,” Foster told EW.
“It’s a really special season, and the show is always about having fun.”
“The show always has this incredible sense of humor,” Foster continued.
“The funniest thing is, I’m going to be playing myself in the show.
It’s a show about people, and I’m just going to bring my comedic sensibility to the world.”
Foster’s new season of “The Other Voice” will premiere on Sept. 18 on Lifetime.
The actress also shared her favorite parts of “It.”
“I think that it’s the greatest episode of ‘The Other Voices’ yet,” Foster said.
“Every time you think of a season like that, you think, ‘That’s the season where Jodies’ voice gets a little bit darker, but that’s the same for the whole show.
They’re still having fun with it.
The way it comes together is so beautiful.
I’m so glad that we got that out in front of us.”
“I want to get on the record that this is not a ‘futuristic’ season,” Foster added.
“This is the season of the show.”
Foster also revealed that she is going to “stay busy” with the show’s new showrunner, David Guarascio.
“You don’t see a lot of people on TV doing that, and David is a great guy,” Foster admitted.
“He’s been with us for a while, so we’re really excited about him bringing his wonderful, quirky sense of humour to this.”
Foster previously announced that she was joining the cast of “Hannah Montana: The Movie,” a new musical about a cartoon animal that she co-created and starred in.
She also starred in “The Simpsons,” a comedy that aired for five seasons.
“We are very excited to continue this adventure with ‘The Simpsons’ and I know we have a great, amazing cast and crew,” Foster shared.
“They’re a great bunch of people, they’re a really great bunch.
They just want to do the best they can.
We’re thrilled to bring them back.”
“It” season five airs Sept. 20 at 9 p.m.
ET on Lifetime, and will feature the voices of Jodiette Foster, Jennifer Garner, Nick Offerman, David Simon, Matt LeBlanc, Scott Grimes, Michael Cera, Will Arnett, John Hodgman, Craig Robinson, Will Ferrell, and more.
For more on “The Another Voice,” check out EW’s “It: The Voice.”
WATCH: ‘TheVoice’ returns with new trailer, new characters, and a new show source Entertainment Week title ‘New Normal’ star Jody Foster is back to “TheVoice”‘ for its first season article After “The Voices”‘ first season, Foster had a long hiatus from the TV world, which was especially hard on her.
“When you’re so young, it’s hard to come back and have a job or go to college or have any sort of stability,” Foster recalled.
“But I’m not saying that I wasn’t in a really good place, I just had to do a lot more work.”
Foster has since returned to the TV scene, and has been cast as the host of the hit daytime talk show “The One,” which premieres in September.
“My experience was so incredible and it was an amazing experience,” Foster, who has written and produced the show since 2010, said.
Foster is the first openly transgender actress to host a show.
“All I know is that I’m a fabulous actress, and people should know who I am,” Foster explained.
“So, to do this, to be on this show, I feel like I’m really on the front lines of the change.”
The One will air weekly on the network, with a new episode every Wednesday.
“To be a part of this is really important to me because it means a lot to me, and it means so much to the fans,” Foster revealed.
“And I want them to know that I mean it.
And I’m always going to do everything I can to make sure they have the best experience.”
Foster is also working on her own sitcom, which premiements in November.
“New Normal” Season 5 premieres on Lifetime Sept. 19.