In her capacity as “The Voice’s” newest coach, Camila Cabello is twisting in her seat.
The singer joined the NBC reality singing competition on Monday, joining previously announced mentors Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Gwen Stefani.
In the previous season of “The Voice,” Cabello, whose career began on “The X Factor” in 2012, served as Legend’s celebrity advisor.
She expressed her desire to help “people become better artists and get to live their goals” in her first appearance as a coach this week.
Shelton jokingly turned competitive when host Carson Daly inquired if he had given Cabello any advise.
Since I haven’t been impressed thus far, I don’t want to assist her in any way, he declared.
“You’re just trying to make me feel fearful. It isn’t functioning, “Cabello answered.
Morgan Myles, a Nashville performer, sang Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” for Cabello’s team after some back and forth with Shelton.
I want what’s best for you, so if you want Blake’s backing and assistance in becoming a country musician, I’ll give it to you, Cabello stated. “I would be extremely eager to work with you if what you want is to find your own path — you’re not a country artist, you’re not a pop artist, you’re just Morgan.”