Faith Hill has signed as a judge for the CBS talent series The World's Best, along with Drew Barrymore, James Corden and RuPaul Charles. The high-powered reality competition is created by Mark Burnett and Mike Darnell, who are also behind The Voice and American Idol. 

Corden will serve as producer and host for the show, while Barrymore, Hill and Charles will serve as the panel of judges for the talent competition that will showcase acts from all over the world in every genre of performance.

“It’s only fitting that The World’s Best perform in front of the world’s best,” CBS’ SVP, Alternative Programming Sharon Vuong says. “James, Drew, Faith and RuPaul are all amazing talents who have excelled in their respective fields on a global scale. We can’t wait for them to bring their distinct voices to a show that’s unlike any other.”

The role is not Hill's first foray into television, as the country superstar serves as executive producer for Emmy-nominated daytime talk show Pickler & Ben, which just kicked off it's second season. Hill has spent her share of time in front of the camera as well, with roles in other reality TV shows including Project Runway, numerous hosting gigs for music events on television and feature films like Stepford Wives.

The World's Best will be a 10-episode series, from Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television, MGM Television and Fulwell 73 Productions. The show will premiere in 2019.

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