'Twenty Feet From Stardom': 'The Voice's Judith Hill sheds some light on music's unsung heroes -- EXCLUSIVE POSTER

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With Twenty Feet From Stardom, director Morgan Neville wanted to direct his documentary cameras on the brilliant backup vocalists who’ve toiled in anonymity while supporting music’s most popular artists, like Stevie Wonder and Mick Jagger. But in the time since the movie premiered to wide acclaim at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, one of those “no-names” has stepped into the spotlight. Judith Hill, who’s worked with Michael Jackson and Elton John, is currently one of the stars on The Voice, where she’s one of Adam Levine’s prize pupils.

Check out the exclusive new poster below:

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And here’s Hill covering Willie Nelson on the most recent episode of The Voice. A star is born.

Twenty Feet From Stardom is due in theaters on June 14.

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