The singing competition The Voice is back for its 22nd season on NBC and is introducing a new coach to its faculty.
Along with previous favorites Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello made her significant debut.
No stranger to The Voice, Cabello acted as John Legend's Battle Advisor for Season 21 in an effort to help one of his competitors win.
Now that she is directly competing with her old buddy, Cabello is trying to get singers to join her team for the current season.
The first auditionee, Morgan Myles, couldn't help but be wooed by Cabello, giving the program a solid start.
The Nashville artist, 35, stunned the audience with a version of "Hallelujah" that caused four chairs to spin.
Cabello used her first Block to stop Stefani from being able to recruit Morgan for her own team
since she was aware that Stefani may be a rival in her attempts to do so.
After noticing Cabello's early success, Legend teased the coaches to be wary of her
since she may complicate their own efforts to find challengers.
Shelton is as assured as ever and doesn't appear to be bothered by the new coach who is hyping up a huge game versus Cabello.