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The former Fifth Harmony member looked up and played through the song in a video shared on Twitter, in which Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and John Legend were also confirmed to be returning to the show.
“Warm welcome to your voice coach,” the tweet said before tagging each vocal powerhouse in a duet video in which they sing along to Mika’s “Grace Kelly” hit, The song recently got a resurgence on TikTok.
In social shares, Stefani wore a colorful tie-dye sweatshirt with jeans, while Legend and Shelton joined Cabello to sing songs from the 2007 Mika’s Life in Cartoon Motion album for NBC. big announcement.
“I can be brown, I can be blue, I can be violet sky,” the trio issued belts before Cabello jumped to the bottom of the screen. “I can be hurtful, I can be purple, I can be anything you like.”
Another Twitter announcement showed the stars’ names in bold white lettering and the famous red chair sitting in the background.
Clarkson was a coach for eight years and won four times, most recently on the season 21 show, A Girl Named Tom.
“This summer, I really said ‘no’ to everything,” she said. “I can’t do anything this summer. Since I was 16, I haven’t missed a summer vacation. This is my first summer vacation, and I’m making time.”
Clarkson She also co-hosted her new singing reality series “American Song Contest” with Snoop Dogg earlier this year and served as executive producer for three seasons on her popular self-titled talk show people.
Additionally, she completed a bitter divorce from ex-husband Brandon Blackstock after seven years of marriage. The former couple has two children.
This isn’t the first time Cabello has seen “The Voice” stage, as she was a consultant on John Legend’s team last season.
“Camilla has all the experience needed to be the perfect advisor to our team. She’s been in a singing competition before and she’s done really well,” Legend told Extra at the time.
“She’s part of a team, and in this combat environment where artists duet each other, that’s a really important skill.”
He added: “It’s clear that she’s a very successful artist and performer in her own right, and everything she’s learned over the years has been very important to our team.”
Cabello is no stranger to reality competition, having joined X-Factor’s girl group Fifth Harmony in 2012. At the time, the band also included Ally Brooke, Normani, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui.
Although they ranked third on the show and achieved commercial success, the women later parted ways to pursue solo careers after Cabello left the band in 2016.
“If I hadn’t auditioned for a show like this, I wouldn’t be who I am today,” Cabello said on last season’s “The Voice.” “It really gives people a chance, and I think it’s amazing and beautiful.”