At “The Voice,” a newcomer is on the scene and bringing the heat. Camila Cabello was introduced as the show’s newest coach for the Season 22 launch of the NBC reality singing contest on Monday night, joining returning judges Gwen Stefani, John Legend, and Blake Shelton. Last season, Camila Cabello’s previous appearance on the program as Legend’s celebrity advisor.
Camila Cabello, who started her musical career in 2012 with a stint on “The X Factor,” is excited to develop the upcoming talent.
Camilla said to her feels like life is completing a circle. She said she had felt this since she started on a singing competition show, and she hopes that these people coming to the voice this season will also come out as better artists and go on to live their dreams.
However, people are more jazzed about Camilla Cabello entering the judging panel than anything, especially Shelton.
Camila Cabello Made Her Debut In Coaching Singers:
In an interview with Carson Daly, Shelton jokingly said he didn’t want to help her in any way. He said that he is not impressed so far.
However, Cabello wasn’t the one to be fazed by the prickly welcome and shots back quite instantly, saying that is something a threatening person will say.
Nashville singer Morgan Myles was the first performer to get the coaches’ attention this season. His soulful cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” and his scratchy voice caused all four judges to swivel around in their chairs.
Legend told Myles that they never get a lot of people singing this song as it is not very intimidating. He said it was one of the best blind auditions he has experienced in a very long time.
Shelton used a “heart-to-heart chat” that alluded to their common struggles as struggling musicians to influence Myles and keep the attention on himself. The country artist illuminated his area onstage by pressing a button on his chair, leaving the other coaches in the dark.