Camila Cabello makes coaching debut on 'The Voice'

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Camila Cabello made her coaching debut on the season 19 premiere of "The Voice" and quickly nabbed her first four-chair turn singer.

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Cabello, who is a former member of Fifth Harmony, was one of the new coaches this season, along with Nick Jonas and Meghan Trainor.

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The Cuban-American singer was quickly impressed by 22-year-old Joshua Bassett, who sang "Million Reasons" by Lady Gaga.

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All four coaches - Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Cabello - turned their chairs for Bassett.

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"That was so beautiful," Cabello told Bassett. "Your voice is so pure and angelic."

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"I'm so excited to have you on my team," she added.

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Cabello also turned her chair for 17-year-old Thunderstorm Artis, who sang "Georgia" by Vance Joy.

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Artis chose Cabello as his coach, making her the first coach to have two singers on her team.

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"I'm so excited, this is crazy," Cabello said. "Thank you so much for choosing me."

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The season 19 premiere also featured appearances from some of the show's past winners, including Chloe Kohanski, Alisan Porter and Sundance Head.

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Kohanski, who won season 13, performed her new single "Come This Far." Porter, who won season 10, performed her new single "Deep Water." 

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And Head, who won season 11, performed his new single "Long Way Home."

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