Miley Cyrus gets a chair in ‘The Voice’ Season 11

Miley Cyrus will be the one of the two female judges in Season 11 of The Voice.

Miley Cyrus has been officially named as a judge-coach in the upcoming 11th season of the singing-reality show “The Voice.”

The Hollywood reporter states that Cyrus will be joined by Alicia Keys and the two are reportedly to replace Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams. The show will still push through with the 10 Season with Pharrell and the shows on and off judge Christina Aguilera still in it.

It was also learned that before Cyrus gets the chair to judge and coach the participants, she will first mentor all the coaches group while Keys will mentor the group of Williams.

For The Voice Season 11, Cyrus and Keys will join veteran coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as reported by TVline. Their addition will also mark for the show to have two female coaches for the first time.

Age will surely play an advantage for both Cyrus as the 23-year-old singer-songwriter will try to edge the three other veteran judges. Cyrus went to her social media accounts to share her excitement for the next season, posting on her Twitter and Instagram.

“It’s true! I am going to be the newest judge on Season 11 of the Voice,” Cyrus tweeted.

TMZ reports that with Cyrus on the show, it will surely bring in more viewers and would entice more advertisers as Cyrus’ has appeals for viewers with her fan base.

The “Wrecking Ball” started her career in the teen idol Disney Channel hit “Hannah Montana” in 2006 and subsequently signed a recording contract with Hollywood Records. Her studio album “Meet Miley Cyrus” was a certified hit in 2007 earning a quadruple-platinum recognition from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for exceeding four million shipments.

Miley Cyrus released her second album “Breakout” and launched her film career as a voice actress in the animated film “Bolt” in 2008.

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