Faith Hill is ready for her latest challenge, joining the ranks of several of her fellow country stars judging a reality TV talent show.

Hill has signed on to judge CBS's "global competiton series" The World's Best, along with RuPaul Charles and Drew Barrymore. Although the show, which is coming straight from reality show veteran royalty—American Idol's Mike Darnell and The Voice and Survivor's Mark Burnett—seems like a familiar premise, it promises to deliver acts from every genre around the world, and also offers up the challenge of competitors needing to impress a global panel as well as the slate of American judges.

James Corden is set to host and executive produce the series, as well.

Hill noted she was excited on social media, gushing, "Thrilled to finally announce this! I’m honored to be joining my friends @drewbarrymore, @rupaulofficial and @j_corden on @theworldsbestcbs. So eager to share these amazing stories of talent and achievement from around the world with you."

Actress Barrymore added her excitement to the announcement, posting on Instagram, "This is global. This is diverse talent. This is a glimpse of the extraordinary around the world. This is also just fun!"

The 10-episode series premieres in 2019.

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