The Voice certainly hasn’t been lacking star power in the mentor realm, with such powerhouses as Cher, Pharrell Williams, Ed Sheeran, and Miranda Lambert bestowing their knowledge unto the contestants. Somehow, though, we still occasionally have visions of other musicians taking part in this awesome creative process. Below, we’ve shared five mentors we’d love to see on The Voice:


1. P!nk

Fallen and can’t get up? That would be your only excuse not to have seen or at least heard about P!nk’s awesome acrobatic performance at this year’s Grammy Awards. This girl is on fiyah (sorry, Alicia Keys), and it would be over-the-top cool to see her lend her skills to those vying for a shot to win The Voice. She’s cool. She’s talented. She’s got killer abs. And we love her. What more is there to say?


2. Justin Bieber

Say what!? We know, we know, the guy has many Americans wishing they could return him to Canada these days. But (and this is a big “but” and we cannot lie), if he can clean up his act, America can love him again. Face it — we are suckers for a great comeback story. And the guy is talented and cute. Just think about it, k?


3. Katy Perry

While we’re not sure her skills run that deep, she certainly is the woman of the hour in the music “biz,” and that can never hurt. Plus, she seems like she has a very outgoing personality, which always makes for great TV. And, perhaps we can get her to bring her eye candy boyfriend along. He could sing to us about how her body is a wonderland.


4. Hunter Hayes

He’s mad talented and absolutely adorbs. While some might think he’s too young, the wee contestants on the show might appreciate having a contemporary there to show them the ropes and inform them about what it’s like to be so small in such a big, big world.


5. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Two … for the price of two! Oh, wait … We think the producers of The Voice would gladly pay this large price tag if they could ever make this happen, as these guys are SO. HOT. RIGHT. NOW. As if they needed more headlines, they totally stole the show at the Grammy Awards. And they make for great TV. Sigh –– we can dream, can’t we?

Who would you like to see as a mentor on The Voice? Sound off in the comments!