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“I think each Artist has to stay true to themselves and that is the most valuable tip I could give,” Cabello said to NBC News via email, adding that she gives "everyone on my team the space to develop on their own,” in describing her own personal, unique Coaching style.
Season 22 marks Cabello’s debut as a Coach on The Voice Season 22. Although she sported a highly impressive lineup this year, she recently lost two amazing singers on her team during November 2's Live Results Show. America voted Devix into the bottom four following his rock inspired cover of “R U Mine” by the Arctic Monkeys, something that Cabello greatly contested.
"I don't know what America was thinking when they didn't vote you through yesterday, but America you can redeem yourself right now," she protested. "John is cheering me on right now because we all know you have one of the best voices on this entire season. America, you would be making a huge mistake to let Devix go."
Unfortunately, after his cover of “When You Were Young” by The Killers, Devix was eliminated.
Another Team Camila member, Eric Who, was also sent home after his rendition of “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus. "It's your heart, and I think that's what people are 'gonna miss about you if we don't have you on this show: The heart of you, because you just have this incredible personality and spirit. That's what I love about you," Cabello gushed after his Last Chance number.
Since early favorite Kate Kalvach was sent home after the season's first Live Results Show, Morgan Myles is Cabello's final hope of earning a win. We'll just have to see in the weeks ahead if the Williamsport, Pennsylvania native can continue to carry the torch for Team Camila.
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