Camila Cabello will transfer chair as the newest coach of “The Voice”.
Singer participating in NBC reality singing race, contest for Season 2 on Monday, with returning coaches Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Blake Shelton.
Cabello, who began her career on “The X Factor” in 2012, appeared on “The Voice” last season as Legend’s celebrity mentor.
During her trainer debut this week, she said she hopes to see “people become better artists and get to live their dreams.”
When host Carson Daly asked Shelton if he had any advice for Cabello, he joked that he was competitive.
“I don’t want to help her in any way, because so far I’ve been unimpressed,” he said.
“You are just trying to intimidate me. It doesn’t work,” Cabello replied.
After some back-and-forth with Shelton, Cabello flirted with Nashville singer Morgan Myles, who sang Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” for her team.
“I want what’s best for you and if what you want is Blake’s support and help in becoming a country artist,” Cabello said. “If what you want is to find your own way – you’re not a country artist, you’re not a pop artist, you’re just Morgan – then I would be really excited to work with you. .”