Miley Cyrus Is Joining the ‘The Voice’ Next Season as a Full-Time Coach

Miley Cyrus Confirmed as the Newest Coach on The Voice Season 11

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She’s currently an advisor to team Christina Aguilera, but next season Miley Cyrus‘ role on “The Voice” is getting way bigger. The pop star just announced on Twitter that she’ll be replacing Gwen Stefani as one of the show’s four main coaches.

Miley will sit alongside Adam Levine and Blake Shelton when the NBC show returns in the fall, although Pharrell Williams, last season’s winning celebrity coach (and arguably the best one), will be taking a break, and his seat will be filled by Alicia Keys.

Clearly, Miley’s looking to break back into TV in a big way: In January, it was reported that the former “Hannah Montana” was cast alongside actress Elaine May and Woody Allen for a six half-hour-episodes Amazon series that’ll take place in the 1960s, written and directed by Allen, which Cyrus referenced alongside her new gig on Instagram.