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The Voice fans beg Rihanna to return as permanent coach

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Could Rihanna replace Gwen Stefani as the obligatory female coach?

Blake Shelton and Adam Levine are seemingly permanent fixtures on The Voice, but all other coaches are subject to change. Gwen Stefani may currently be the sole female in a big red chair, but if fans get their way, she will eventually be replaced by Rihanna.

As one of today's biggest pop stars, Rihanna knows a thing or two about what it takes to make it big in the music industry. She has decided to pass on this knowledge as The Voice's latest and greatest guest star. Other guests featured this season have been very popular, but none have received so many pleas for a return as Rihanna.

Could Rihanna replace Gwen Stefani as the obligatory female coach?
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The key to Rihanna's popularity as a guest coach is her spot-on constructive criticism. Every contestant, no matter how talented, received a few words of wisdom from Rihanna during tonight's episode of The Voice. These singers then applied Rihanna's advice and returned to the stage sounding better than ever. Rihanna was especially helpful while working with Keith Semple, who, prior to receiving feedback, had some lingering issues with his accent.

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In addition to helping Semple deal with his accent, Rihanna proved just how versatile she can be as a coach — an essential for anybody who hopes to someday go up against the great Blake Shelton! Rihanna offered some much-needed advice for country crooner Dustin Christensen. While chatting with Christensen about his plans for the future, Rihanna highlighted the importance of working in multiple genres. She admitted, "I've never made an album that was one genre of music." She also gave him a few helpful hints about when to start his vibrato. This comment resulted in a huge compliment from Levine, who told Rihanna, "You're a good coach."

Could Rihanna replace Gwen Stefani as the obligatory female coach?
Image: NBC

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Based on the positive feedback taking over Twitter, fans definitely agree with Levine. Not only do these Rihanna superfans think that she's an amazing coach, they really want to see her score her own red chair. The following are just a few of the pro-Rihanna tweets that appeared during tonight's episode of The Voice.

Christina Aguilera is already believed to have signed a contract for Season 10 of The Voice, so fans shouldn't expect Rihanna to gain a permanent spot among the coaches just yet. However, if she does eventually return, fans of the show will welcome her back with open arms.

What did you think of Rihanna's coaching on The Voice? Would you like to see her return as a permanent coach? Comment and share your opinion below.

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