Top 5 Celebs We Think Would Make a Great Coach on ‘The Voice’
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There’s no denying that Ariana Grande joining Season 21 of The Voice as a coach made for great television. From her show stopping duets with Kelly Clarkson, to her devotion for the singers on her team, the Grammy award winning singer was the perfect fit. As Season 21 of the singing competition comes to an end, fans are eager for the next season.
The formula that has helped The Voice for 21 seasons was not only the contestants, but also the constant changes of the coaches. We’ve watched the likes of Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson, Pharell, Usher, Christina Agulara, Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Nick Jonas, John Legend, and more come and go, lending their expertise and having fun along the way. Let’s take a look at who could be next to spin their chair around and help find the next winner of The Voice.
The Diva! The Songbird Supreme! The artist with 19 singles that went to number one, the most of any solo artist. Mariah Carey is no stranger to singing competition shows, she had a much talked about unpleasant experience on American Idol Season 12. Although she joined Season 15 of The Voice as a key advisor, she has never been a coach. Carey is a songwriter Hall of Fame recipient, and has one of the most respected careers in the music industry. Mariah’s longevity is enough to make her a top choice for a coach.
Miss Supa Dupa Fly herself, Missy Elliot is a hit maker. The HipHop queen has transcended the music industry. From her invigorating music videos, to her producing skills, Missy knows talent when she sees it. Lately she has been spreading positivity on her social media. That positivity will be a great asset as a coach to give contestants who are auditioning on The Voice.
Adele is a singer’s singer, and literally makes the world stop every time she returns with a new album. With her recent concert specials, the world had the chance to see how effortlessly she is able to engage with her audience. Her recent power move to have Spotify take away the shuffle option for an album, shows that Adele still cares about the aritisty of music. She is funny, and imagining her singing and coaching on The Voice stage on any given night gives us goosebumps.
Lil’ Nas X
Just picturing the fashion Lil’ Nas X will bring as a coach is exciting. Outside of the “Old Town Road” rapper being a polarizing figure, Lil’ Nas X genuinely is happy when he sees other people happy. The history maker has proven that he has an ear for great talent. Lil’ Nas X knows how to make chart topping hits, and he will make for the perfect hype man.
With enough charisma and charm to fill a room, Bruno Mars never fails to dominate the charts with new music. Mars is one of the few artists left who can entertain as well as sing live. His performances continue to dominate Twitter, long after an award show. The Voice contestants could learn alot from an artist who also can play instruments and songwriter.