Nashville Singer Earns First 4-Chair Turn Of “The Voice” Season 22

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A brand-new season of The Voice begins on Monday, September 19. Coaches Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Gwen Stefani are returning, and they are welcoming new coach Camila Cabello.


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To get us excited for the 22nd season of The Voice, the Emmy-wining singing competition show put out a collaboration between the coaches. They performed Cabello’s song ‘Havana.”

Leading up to the season’s premiere episode, the show also released its first audition! It comes from a singer named Morgan Myles, who performed “Hallelujah,” written by Leonard Cohen.

Almost immediately, Cabello and Stefani turned their chairs for Myles, but Cabello blocked the No Doubt singer! Shortly after, Legend and Shelton also turned, in awe of Myles’ take on the song. Once she sang the final note, Stefani complained about her being blocked, while Cabello immediately began to start her campaign for Myles to be on her team.

But, once Myles revealed she was from Nashville, TN, Shelton knew he had a chance. Stefani even went to bat for her husband, telling Myles that she has seen what he has done for the people on his team, even if they don’t win. We also get a sneak peek at some of Shelton’s antics this season, like pressing his button after they had all turned to turn off everyone else’s spotlights and microphones.

We won’t know who Myles picks as her coach until the show airs. Watch her incredible performance below.