At the start of every season, The Voice drops a clip featuring the coaches performing a beloved hit song. This season is no exception.
Unsurprisingly, the foursome cover “Havana,” the hit song released by newbie panelist Camila Cabello. It’s like a welcome to the new kid. John Legend, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton join the former Fifth Harmony member and X Factor USA contestant on stage ahead of The Voice season 22 premiere on Monday September 19 and Tuesday September 20.
Camila takes the lead on the Latin flavored tune, before John, Gwen and Blake join in. The atmosphere is casual, with the band spread out behind the singers. A comfy looking coach sits next to a side table and lamp. The performance ends with a big group hug, before the competition begins.
Camila John, Gwen and Blake perform Camila’s hit “Havana”
For a guide on The Voice season 22 Top 56, check out Blake Busch’s massive write up with photos, links and videos:
And for more explicit spoilers that reveal the eventual Top 16, check out this link. But please do not reveal spoilers in comments. Some folks out there like surprises.
The Voice season 22 will be expanded to a Top 56, and the Knockout round format has been massively shaken up! The full season 22 series will last 13 weeks. The Blind Auditions will last 7 episodes, while the Battle Rounds will comprise 6 episodes, and will include celebrity advisors: Team Blake: Jimmie Allen, Team Legend: Jazmine Sullivan, Team Gwen: Sean Paul, Team Camila: Charlie Puth. The Knockouts will need only 3 episodes. The live shows will last 10 episodes, or 5 weeks.
Check out a full The Voice season 22 schedule below.