While Kelly Clarkson just debuted as a coach on NBC’s “The Voice,” she is coming off a stint as an advisor on Season 13. The first winner of “American Idol” used that experience to mentor artists during the make-or-break knockouts. She capped off that initial stint on the show by debuting her new single “Medicine” on the Season 13 finale that saw Chloe Kohanksi become the sixth winner for coach Blake Shelton.
What did you think of Clarkson in her her first appearance in the red chair during the Season 14 premiere of “The Voice” on Feb. 26? Take a look at the video above, which captured her first day of filming on this Emmy-winning reality competition series.
Now that you’ve seen her in action, how do you think she is faring when compared to veterans Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, who have been with the show since the start as well as Alicia Keys who has returned for a third season?
Is she your favorite coach on Season 14 of “The Voice” and the reason that you will tune in each week? Or do you mute the sound every time she talks? Vote now in our poll and then sound off in the comments section.
In the 16 years since being crowned the first-ever “American Idol” triumph, Clarkson has won three Grammy Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, four American Music Awards, and two Academy of Country Music Awards.