Miley Cyrus Participates In ‘The Voice As Coach For Season 11’


One of the most popular American female vocalists Miley Cyrus has taken part in ‘The Voice As Coach for Season 11’ as coach alongside Alicia Keys by replacing Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams, The Hollywood Reporter published a statement.


Decree came just hours after of the 23-year-old signer’s Voice debut on season 10 and now will be seen serving as a key mentor guiding contestants from all four groups.

The vocalist of ‘28 Thousand Days’ has been severed previously as a guru for Williams’ group of singers in seventh-season and now alongside Cyrus, Keys to return stars Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, who have been teamed up each other since beginning of program.

Wrecking Ball hitmaker has confirmed regarding her joining on show late hours Friday via Twitter, while Pharrell Williams, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, these are also part of recent season along with original coach Christina Aguilera.

Christina Aguilera has taken every other season off opposite one more women coach associating her, while first Shakira and then Stefani was part of the show. However, rumors were flying after joining, these one most influential female singers that both have been dating in wake of met on The Voice.

Nevertheless, Stefani looks reportedly bit busy in promotional activities of her upcoming album this season though will be seen on the The Voice season 11 as a mentor for Shelton’s team.

Alternative and late night programming at NBC Entertainment, President Paul Telegdy spoke in statement that participation of Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys will surely bring something remarkable on the show’s season 11 as well thanked for their joining.

Telegdy said in continued speech that both will rock the season 11 alongside Adam and Blake which would be great amusement for the audience.