Camila Cabello is the most recent coach to enter The Voice, and while the other trainers have reached their spot, the singer may be an even better complement to the show. Fans also failed long-time trainer Kelly Clarkson, but luckily, Gwen Stefani is repaying to take her chair. Kelly spent the last few years vending with her messy divorce from Brandon Blackstock, and now that she’s lawfully single, the star is appreciating her new life and taking a pause from filming The Voice.
Camila is the only trainer of the season to have never sat in the spinning red seat earlier, but that doesn’t suggest she’s unequipped for the position. In fact, Camila is an outstanding complement to the series and may have more details of the contest than any of the long-time trainers sitting beside her. In 2012, Camila auditioned for the US performance of The X-Factor, a singing contest show from the UK which established crews like One Direction into worldwide stardom.
Camila knows a thing or two about the validity of TV singing contests and how to flourish once the presentation is over. The girl pack did two major headlining tours jointly and were even requested as a special visitor at Taylor Swift’s 1989 tour in 2015. Camila left the pack and went solo in 2016 and released her first solo album in 2018, and debuted at #1 on Billboard 200.
This may be Camila’s first season on The Voice, but she has no cause to be threatened by her additional professional costars. Former coaches Kelly and Jennifer Hudson also had an edge on the show due to their time on American Idol. However, Camila is the only existing coach to have contested in a singing series. The Havana singer will undoubtedly be able to connect to the contestants on a story that her costars won’t comprehend. Her success in the harmony industry and associations with singers like Taylor and initiative tycoons like Simon will definitely help Team Camila earn a place in the finale.