Faith Hill Joins 'The World's Best' Talent Competition as a Judge

Faith Hill can now add reality television judge to her resume. Next year, Hill will join the judging panel of the new CBS talent competition The World's Best.

Actress Drew Barrymore and RuPaul's Drag Race host RuPaul Charles will join Hill as judges. James Corden, host of The Late Late Show, will serve as emcee.

The World's Best will feature talent from across the globe and from multiple genres. The show will feature 50 experts from across the world and from various fields of entertainment.

A CBS press release calls the show "a first-of-its-kind global talent competition that features acts from every genre imaginable, from every corner of the planet."

Hill shared her excitement for the new project on her Instagram Monday night.

"Thrilled to finally announce this! I'm honored to be joining my friends @drewbarrymore, @rupaulofficial and @j_corden on @theworldsbestcbs," Hill wrote. "So eager to share these amazing stories of talent and achievement from around the world with you."

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The World's Best is the latest talent competition to feature a judge from the country music world. Luke Bryan is currently on the American Idol judging panel, a position previously held by Keith Urban. Blake Shelton is still holding court on NBC's The Voice, which has spawned a slew of country artists and seems to be continuing that streak in its 15th season.

Shania Twain, Jake Owen and Travis Tritt will serve as judges on the upcoming country music singing competition Real Country. Twain also serves as an executive producer on the show.

Hill recently celebrated her 22nd anniversary with husband Tim McGraw. The couple commemorated the day with sweet messages to one another. The couple released their first duets album, The Rest of Our Life, last year.

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