Cabello joins The Voice as a coach for the first time, but she may not be able to make it to auditions before filming begins next week. As The Voice season 22 begins, Camila Cabello might have to miss the first audition round as she announced she would join the team as a coach.
Ariana Grande participated in the last season as a singer part the singing competition show for the first time and made some close connections with her team members. As a result of her casting for Wicked.
Ariana announced she would be playing Glinda a month before The Voice season 21 finale in November 2021. It's Camila who fills Camila's red chair while the pop star steps into the role of the bubbly blonde from Oz.
As a result of Camila's announcement, Kelly Clarkson also left the show. In March, Kelly announced she was taking a break from The Voice after eight seasons. The Kelly Clarkson Show, the award-winning talk show she hosts for Daytime Emmys, remains strong.
There will be a void on The Voice without Kelly, but fans are looking forward to welcoming back Gwen Stefani, who was a coach for seasons 7, 9, 12, 17, and 19. As a coach for season 1, she has met her husband Blake Shelton on the show, whom she met on 'Hollaback Girl.
She may send someone else to take Camilla's place when she's getting ready to start filming the auditions. It was revealed in a TikTok video that Camilla tested positive for COVID-19, so if she's not well by next week, she won't be able to attend The Voice auditions along with her fellow coaches.
As she danced to Pitbull's "Watagatapitusberry," "Se*orita" singer captioned her video, "I got the Rona." She also showed off her Halls defense cough drops, chest rub, and DayQuil and NyQuil bottles.
In less than a week, The Voice's season 22 Battle Rounds will begin filming, according to Mjsbigblog. Camila may also be unable to film the Battle Round mentor tapings due to her diagnosis since those are recorded pretty early.
As long as the singer rests and does not get a positive COVID-19 test before filming begins, the singer will be able to begin shooting. Unless she takes a leaf out of Kelly's book, she'll have no choice but to follow Kelly's lead.
During the episode of season 20, "Breakaway" singer Kelsey Ballerini filled in for her because she was sick. Camila may be able to do without Shawn Mendes or Taylor Swift by calling up one of her friends.
If Camila misses the start of filming for The Voice's first season, it would be disappointing. To keep everyone safe, the show must follow protocols, and Camila will have to sit this round out if she doesn't feel better by July 27. We are lucky that Camila will be able to return to the show soon. The Voice will certainly benefit from her coaching and mentoring skills once she's recovered.
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Her other interests include film, screenwriting, and Taylor Swift (she'll drop tidbits about Taylor whenever possible.) Gina graduated from The New School with a BFA in Screen Studies in 2020 and completed a Film and TV Essentials Course with Yellowbrick and NYU Tisch School of the Arts in the same year. Also proficient in video editing, she hosts The Universe According to Gina on Spotify & Apple Podcasts.
Her two Siberian Huskies, Leo, and Zuko are named after Leonardo Dicaprio and the lead character in Grease, respectively. Reality TV is comparable to watching sports for her, and she considers The Masked Singer on Wednesday Nights as her Sunday Night Football.
The Bachelorette's Tyler Cameron once crossed paths with her in Little Italy, but she found Anne Hathaway's walk in Soho much cooler. Her favorite viral Oprah Winfrey gifs may also be found on Twitter, where she tweets about her favorite TV shows and movies.