Camila Cabello opens up about her imposter syndrome in the lead-up to her debut as a coach on The Voice.

The 25-year-old singer talked to People about her experience on the show, as well as the pressures she had to overcome.

Sometimes I do experience a bit of imposter syndrome. "I do try to be kind to the contestants, but sometimes I feel like -- there are some Find the answer, Blake!

people who have been doing this for so many years and I'm like, "I think you should do this like this," she said.

Camila continued: "But I'm like you know what? It's not because I have been doing it for 10 years and I have had extreme circumstances where it hasn’t been a slow process.

Because I have a limited amount of time, I have had to accumulate a lot of knowledge. I have something to share and try to be as helpful as I can.

She shared with us that she was also an advisor for the show. She boasts that she doesn't feel any pressure because she is absolutely killing it.

The coach John Legend jumped in and said that Camila is "really good." She was so quick to get on board and has been so great on the show. She's very competitive and will be tough to beat.