One former coach from The Voice is heading back to school

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Admit it, there has been at least one moment in your life when you’ve caught yourself singing along with your favourite popstar and thought ‘maybe I do have a great voice after all.’

Well, now if your chance to up your game and give none other than Christina Aguilera a run for her money.

Ok, maybe not exactly because Christina’s voice is pretty incredible and we reckon a tough one to beat, but the songstress is more than willing to offer hopefuls some expert guidance.

A former coach on The Voice, Christina is now lending her musical talents to users of MasterClass.com, a website that gives online singing lessons.

"I'm excited MasterClass has given me the opportunity to truly share all I have learned about my craft with the world. Coaching in this capacity not only gives me a chance to connect with my fans but lets me explore one of my true passions," Christina said in a statement.

For €80 users will have access to interactive exercises, video lessons and other learning materials with a certain Christina style.

Production for Christina’s classes starts this month and will be available to users in a number of weeks according to Access Hollywood.

Christina is not the only star sharing her gifts with the online world. Serena Williams, Usher and famed photographer Annie Leibovitz have all lent their talents to the site.

We just wonder how many lessons it will take before we can all do this with confidence?

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