Camila Cabello made her coaching debut on the season 19 premiere of "The Voice" and quickly nabbed her first four-chair turn singer.Image Credit: Google
Cabello, who is a former member of Fifth Harmony, was one of the new coaches this season, along with Nick Jonas and Meghan Trainor.Image Credit: Google
The Cuban-American singer was quickly impressed by 22-year-old Joshua Bassett, who sang "Million Reasons" by Lady Gaga.Image Credit: Google
All four coaches - Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Cabello - turned their chairs for Bassett.Image Credit: Google
"That was so beautiful," Cabello told Bassett. "Your voice is so pure and angelic."Image Credit: Google
"I'm so excited to have you on my team," she added.Image Credit: Google
Cabello also turned her chair for 17-year-old Thunderstorm Artis, who sang "Georgia" by Vance Joy.Image Credit: Google
Artis chose Cabello as his coach, making her the first coach to have two singers on her team.Image Credit: Google
"I'm so excited, this is crazy," Cabello said. "Thank you so much for choosing me."
The season 19 premiere also featured appearances from some of the show's past winners, including Chloe Kohanski, Alisan Porter and Sundance Head.
Kohanski, who won season 13, performed her new single "Come This Far." Porter, who won season 10, performed her new single "Deep Water."
And Head, who won season 11, performed his new single "Long Way Home."