‘The Voice’ Star Cassadee Pope Reveals If She Would Return as a Coach

by Madison Miller
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Could we have a “The Voice” winner return as a coach in the near future?

When it comes to coaching people to victory on the popular singing show, perhaps no one knows better than a crowned winner. From the Blind Auditions to Knockout to the performing live to eventually walking away from a millionaire with millions of fans, “The Voice” winners gain fame as well as experience on the show.

Cassadee Pope Considers Coaching

Now, one of the most popular contestants is thinking about possibly becoming a coach in the future. Cassadee Pope was the winner of season three of the show back in 2012. She was on Team Blake Shelton. Although she didn’t quite start out as a country star, she started to experiment with the genre while on the show.

She ended up signing with a major country record label in Nashville, which released her first album “Frame By Frame.” Prior to the show, Pope was the lead vocalist of the rock band Hey Monday.

Although it’s been about a decade since she appeared on “The Voice,” Pope revealed that she is still in close contact with the show. She has kept in contact with Shelton as well as some of the producers on the show.

In addition, you may remember when she popped in as a consultant for Kelly Clarkson’s team a few years ago. When it comes to making a return to the show, she had a few ideas in mind.

“Going back and doing something like that would be awesome,” Pope said during an interview with The List.

The show has never had a past contender as a coach on the show. Instead, “The Voice” has relied on some of the music industry’s biggest names to coach people to stardom. That includes high-profile people like Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, and Miley Cyrus.

Current Life of ‘The Voice’ Winner

For longtime viewers of “The Voice,” Cassadee Pope as a coach would likely go over very well. As long as it’s not like the dreams she’s had about the show, Pope seems on board as well.

“It’s funny. I think I have stress dreams of going back to ‘The Voice’ and having the all-star Voice competition of all the winners competing against each other, which sounds like a nightmare for me,” she said.

Coaches on the show also have a tendency to come and go, which means that an opening could be available at any time. For example, Nick Jonas left and was quickly replaced by Ariana Grande this season.

As of right now, Pope just released a brand new album called “Thrive.” This album incorporates both sides of her artistry — pop-punk and country. Or, as her fans call it, y’alternative.

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