With one season down, Christina Aguilera is already gearing up for the second season of NBC's 'The Voice.' According to The Hollywood Reporter, Aguilera signed on to keep her spot as the talent fairy godmother on the singing show.

Although this year's winner was not Aguilera's protégé (fellow judge, Adam Levine's team member, Javier Colon, took the $100,000 piece of cake and recording contract), she's revved up to put a win next to her name for season two.

"If they'll have me, I'd be delighted to be back," Aguilera coyly told THR before confirming that she would in fact return to the show.

And why not? The winner's cash prize is chump change compared to the diva's salary. Aguilera makes $225,000 per episode -- that $150,000 more than what her fellow judges -- Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green -- rake in.