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Singer/Actress Brandy is booked herself another reality show.

Brandy Norwood, whose TV resume includes the sitcom “Moesha,” a judging gig on “America’s Got Talent” and her own VH1 series “Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business,” will serve as a mentor on The Hub’s upcoming musical reality series “Majors & Minors.”

The show follows 12 kids ages 10-16 as they are mentored by established music artists. While no one is ever voted off, one lucky contestant will claim the final prize of a recording deal with the RCA/Jive Label Group and an opportunity to be featured in a cross-country concert tour.

According to Brandy, her mentoring will deal with ways to handle sudden fame.

“I think it’s very important to keep honest people around you, especially when you’re so young. And for me, my foundation was my family,” said Brandy, 32. “And one of the things that I noticed when I went to the show was all of the parents, and the support these children have behind them. And, you know, I told each and every child, I said ‘Keep your family. Keep honest people around you, because that’s what’s going to keep you on track.’ That’s what kept me on track.”

Aside from Brandy, other musical artists scheduled to mentor the kids include Adam Lambert, Avril Lavigne, Leona Lewis, Sean Kingston, ‘American Idol’ winner Jordin Sparks and One Republic’s Ryan Tedder.

“Majors & Minors” premieres Sept. 23 on The Hub TV Network, a joint venture of Discovery Communications and Hasbro, Inc.

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