"I can’t wait to return to The Voice. I absolutely love Australia, and it’s a privilege to be part of such a life-changing show," Rita says of the big announcement.
"The phenomenal artists this year blew my mind, especially Team Rita. The other coaches are like extended family and I’m really looking forward to getting back together."
Her co-star and work bestie Jessica also shared her excitement over the reveal.
"I am excited to be invited back with this incredible team of coaches again," Jess says.
"We had such a great time this year. The talent in this country is exceptional and to be able to continue to support and showcase upcoming musicians is always an honour."
Guy adds: "Last season was one of the best times I’ve ever had making television! The vibe was great, the fun was real and, yet again, we uncovered some insane Aussie talent."
Following a move to Channel Seven this year, The Voice was a smash hit with a series average total audience of 2.11 million - it's most successful year since its premiere in 2015.
Following some stiff competition in the finale, the season and $100,000 prize-money was won by Bella Taylor-Smith.
The Team Guy contestant dazzled with a rendition of Never Enough from The Greatest Showman and performed a duet of Andrea Bocelli's The Prayer with her coach.
Which 'team' will win in 2022? Time will tell.