Meet Kelly Clarkson's Replacement For Season 22 Of The Voice

Kelly Clarkson made history as the first winner of the popular singing competition show, "American Idol," back in 2002. A lot has changed for Clarkson since her impressive reality TV show win. She's won 13 Billboard Music Awards and three Grammy Awards, just to name a few of her impressive accolades.

While she's been winning awards across the decades she's been in the spotlight, Clarkson had a recent resurgence in popularity thanks in part to a minor career change. She's become a popular fixture on television. She's the host of her own talk show, "The Kelly Clarkson Show," which has become wildly popular (per TV Guide).

When she's not leading the conversation on her hit talk show, Clarkson has been a fan-favorite coach on "The Voice.” Fans are crazy about her down-to-earth personality and her ability to connect with her team members and fellow judges alike. Recently, however, she shared that she would be stepping away from the show, and a replacement for her spot on the coaching staff has officially been announced.

Clarkson will be replaced on The Voice by another popular pop singer

After eight seasons on "The Voice," singer Kelly Clarkson has announced that she is stepping away from her coaching duties (via the Independent). She has had an impressive run on the show, with one of her team members taking home the win a total of four times. She hasn't shared why she is leaving, but fans are convinced it's because of her new show, "American Song Contest," that she is hosting alongside the legendary Snoop Dogg.

Now that Clarkson is stepping away from the singing competition show, fans were dying to know who would take her place. It was recently announced that the "Havana" singer Camila Cabello will be taking over Clarkson's chair on "The Voice" (per CNN).

The show's Twitter account announced the news, showing a video of the coaching team meeting on video chat. Fans can expect to see Cabello sitting alongside John Legend, Gwen Stafani, and Blake Shelton in those moving chairs.