Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Blake Shelton certain do have a heat welcome planned for new Voice train Nick Jonas.
On the forthcoming season 18 top of the line of the long-strolling NBC fact singing competition series, the singers and veteran Voice coaches be a part of Jonas for a rendition of his 2014 hit “Jealous.”
Video of the overall performance hit the web on Monday, a week in advance of the show’s Feb. 24-gold standard.
Jonas, 27, starts offer evolved the number solo, kicking off the banger along with his signature falsetto.
Soon, Legend, 41, jumps in with his smooth vocals to complete off the first verse, earlier than Shelton, 43, and Clarkson, 37, — each with their gritty pipes — trade lines on the pre-chorus.
All come together for there on out, making a song the song’s bridge and choruses for the rest of the 3-minute performance, to the passion of the target audience watching.
Voice watchers realize this isn’t the first run through the mentors have met up for a gathering range.
Last season, Clarkson, Legend, Shelton, and afterward instruct Gwen Stefani sang an enthusiastic front of “More Than Words.” Other two-part harmonies during that time have included “Are You Going to Go My Way,” “I Love Rock and Roll,” “Glory is,” and No Doubt’s “Hella Good” (among a posting of many, numerous others).
As for Jonas, he’ll be taking the spinning red chair remaining occupied by using Stefani, who wrapped up her fourth time in the education chair late final year.
News of Jonas’ gigs introduces returned it October, at some point of his go-to to The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
“The real truth out in the open,” Jonas kidded — after video messages from Shelton, Legend, and Clarkson played (the last who asked Jonas to amass up to help take down six-time victor Shelton).
“I am so enthusiastic about this,” he continued. “You’re the primary human beings I’ve told, so thanks for being a part of this special second for me. I think Kelly’s point about allying may make sense, and John, I love you; however, we want a verbal side exchange to determine a few things out.”