'The Voice': Camila Cabello makes coaching debut, snags first four-chair turn singer

Camila Cabello officially joined the NBC reality singing competition as its newest coach for its Season 22 premiere Monday night,

rounding out the lineup with returning coaches Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Blake Shelton. Cabello previously appeared on the show last season as Legend’s celebrity adviser.

Cabello, whose musical career began with a stint on the “The X Factor” in 2012, is looking forward to nurturing the next generation of talent.

“It feels very full circle ‘cause I started on a singing competition show,” said Cabello in a prerecorded interview. “I hope these people become better artists and get to live their dreams.”

“I don’t want to help her in any way,” Shelton told host Carson Daly jokingly when asked if he’d given Cabello any advice. “Because so far I’m not impressed.” However, Cabello wasn't fazed by Shelton’s prickly welcome.

“That’s what a very threatened person would say,” Cabello shot back. “You’re just trying to intimidate me. It’s not working.”