‘Nashville’ Casts Holland’s ‘The Voice’ Judge Ilse DeLange In Recurring Role

Ilse DeLange

Singer-songwriter Ilse DeLange, a judge on The Voice of Holland, has been cast in a recurring role on CMT’s Nashville — as a singing competition judge.

DeLange, who started her music career with the 1998 album World of Hurt, will make her acting debut as “Ilse,” a judge on Nashville‘s singing show within the show. Like the actress, “Ilse” is a big star in her native Holland. She’ll become an ally and friend of Daphne (Maisy Stella).

The new and final season of Nashville premieres Thursday, January 4 at 9 PM on CMT. The 16-episode season will air in two parts, with the series finale airing this summer on a date TBD. The series produced by Lionsgate and Opry Entertainment is currently in production.

DeLange also hosts Ilse’s Veranda on national Dutch television. She’s repped by Firefly Management BV.

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