Kelly Clarkson, who is making her way back on to The Voice, recently opened up in an interview about her style of coaching. According to the American Idol alum, her style is a mixture between Blake Shelton and Simon Cowell.
She explained, “I feel like I’m a mix of Simon and Blake” and she’s “constructive” as in she offers helpful criticism.
According to the singer, she grew up in a household with a mother who was always offering constructive criticism; it made her a “better human.”
Additionally, Kelly acknowledged Blake’s inclination to put the extra effort into the artists. She said he “goes the extra mile” and helps them get record deals even if they don’t win. Kelly said it “really says a lot about his character” and she hopes she can be like that.
As you may already know, the three-time Grammy winner intends to join other coaches on The Voice, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, and Blake Shelton. It will be the fourteenth season of the hit series.
However, the fourteenth season won’t be the first time she has made her way on the set of the production. Back in 2015, she performed alongside Koryn Hawthorne and Meghan Linsey for the 8th season finale.
During a press conference in May, Kelly said she was “so excited to join The Voice at NBC.” Clarkson is looking forward to providing “up-and-coming” artists with the help as well as the support they need to make their impact in the industry. She warned Blake that she is “coming to win!”