Jimmie Allen and Bebe Rexha are lending their superstar talents to "American Idol" season 20.

The country singer, 36, and the pop star, 32, were announced by the show's official social media accounts as mentors for the milestone 20th season, premiering Sunday, Feb. 27.

PHOTO: Left, Jimmie Allen, and right, Bebe Rexha.
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Left, Jimmie Allen, and right, Bebe Rexha.

"I cannot wait for you guys to see the talent they have in store for you," Allen said of this season's contestants in a video message filmed at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Hawaii, where the show is taping.

Rexha, known for her hit "Meant to Be" with Florida Georgia Line, has appeared on "American Idol" twice; she sang with contestants back in season 16.

Allen, on the other hand, actually auditioned for "American Idol" on season 10 and earned a golden ticket to Hollywood during the process. He also duetted with contestants in season 19.

Judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan return alongside longtime host Ryan Seacrest.

"American Idol" season 20 premieres Feb. 27 on ABC.

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