Singer Camila Cabello is joining NBC's "The Voice" as a...

Singer Camila Cabello is joining NBC's "The Voice" as a coach this fall. Credit: Getty Images / Dia Dipasupil

Pop star Camila Cabello joins the coaching panel of "The Voice" this fall, when the NBC singing competition enters its 22nd season.

The network on Monday announced that the multiplatinum Grammy Award nominee, 25, would be one of the four mentors alongside charter cast member Blake Shelton; the returning John Legend; and Gwen Stefani, who last served in 2019. Departing are Ariana Grande after one season and Kelly Clarkson after eight consecutive seasons. Carson Daly returns as host.

"See you this fall! #TheVoice," wrote Cabello on Instagram and TikTok, captioning a 7-second multiscreen video of herself and her fellow judges singing with a comical distortion effect. Country music star Shelton and pop star Stefani posted the same promotional clip on their social media.

"The Voice" social media accounts had previewed the news Sunday, with Daly commenting on the Instagram version, "Welcome @camila_cabello," adding a red heart and a fire emoji.

"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays. NBC in its fall-schedule announcement Monday gave no specific premiere dates.

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