By Nicole Sands
Updated October 20, 2016 07:30 PM

Country music’s power couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are taking over The Voice.

For the first time, the show will have dualkey advisors to prepare the season 11 finalists for the knockout rounds later this month.

“There’s no one I respect more than Tim when it comes to, first of all, song selection, stage performance,” gushes Hill about her husband in a clip (shared exclusively with PEOPLE) of the couple gearing up to take their positions in the infamous red chairs. “Truthfully, there’s no one, and I know he’s just my husband sitting right next to me and I don’t have to say this, but it’s true.”

McGraw and Hill will work with coaches Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys and Adam Levine and their designated teams to give them guidance and prepare them for the remainder of the competition — and Hill believes “any comment from Tim is like being in a master’s class.”

“We both have a different approach to music in a lot of ways, and we like different kinds of music,” McGraw adds. “I think we would give a unique perspective individually as artists, not just as a couple.”

He continues, “Faith is just such a soulful singer and she’s not gonna sugarcoat anything, she’s gonna tell you what she really feels because she wants to be impacted emotionally by music, and she’s gonna let you know about that.”

And though the coaches may be some of the biggest artists in the music industry, even they couldn’t help but have a fangirl moment over the couple.

“I’ve been fangirling all day with these two,” jokes Levine.

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC.