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This Year's Comeback Coach on 'The Voice' Is Bebe Rexha — and She's Shaking up the Competition

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Since it first premiered in 2011, The Voice has gone through many changes. There have been a total of 13 coaches, the addition of the Knockout Round, and the introduction of the "Block" and "Save" buttons. But the newest development is the comeback coach — aka a fifth coach who mentors contestants that did not turn a chair in the blind auditions.

Country singer Kelsea Ballerini served as the series’ first-ever comeback coach in Season 15, and pop artist Bebe Rexha will take her place for Season 16.

Who is Bebe Rexha?

The Brooklyn-born 29-year-old first found success as a songwriter in 2013, receiving credits for the Eminem/Rihanna song "The Monster," Selena Gomez’s "Like a Champion," and Iggy Azalea’s "Team."