Singer Paulina Rubio will participate in the television competition "La Voz de Mexico" this coming season, the producers said Thursday.

The "Chica Dorada" (Golden Girl) will join the team of mentors, which includes Jenni Rivera and Beto Cuevas, on the second season of the south-of-the-border version of NBC music competition show "The Voice."

"La Voz de Mexico" broke audience records in its first season.

The performer of "Enamorada," "Ni una sola palabra," "Ese hombre es mio," among other hits, will advise and train a group of young people to help them improve and become better singers.

The 41-year-old Rubio, with a musical career that spans three decades, has managed to establish herself in the Latin American markets as well as in countries like Italy, France, Portugal, Japan, Turkey, Greece and the United States.

Currently, she is promoting her most recent album - "Brava," which features the single "Me gustas tanto" - which made its debut with top sales figures in Spain, the United States and Mexico.

Participating in the past on "La Voz de Mexico" have been well-known singers such as Spain's Alejandro Sanz. The second season will begin airing in September on the Televisa television network. EFE