Miley Cyrus Promoted on 'The Voice', to Be Coach for Season 11

For the first time, there will be two female coaches on 'The Voice' with the 'Wrecking Ball' singer and Alicia Keys joining Adam Lambert and Blake Shelton on the panel.

AceShowbiz - Can't get enough of %cMiley Cyrus%? Here's good news for you! The "We Can't Stop" hitmaker, who will make her debut on "The Voice" as a key advisor for all four teams starting in the Monday, March 28 episode, has been tapped to serve as a coach for the upcoming season 11.

Miley confirmed the news on Twitter and Instagram. "It's true! I am going to be the newest judge on Season 11 of The Voice @nbcthevoice #thevoice watch me mentor and then season 11 s**t is gonna go offffff! I can't wait!" she wrote on the photo-sharing site along with a picture of herself on the singing competition show.

%cAlicia Keys% has been additionally announced as another new coach for the next edition of the NBC reality series. She and Miley will replace %cGwen Stefani% and %cPharrell Williams% and join the returning coaches, %cAdam Levine% and %cBlake Shelton%. This will mark the first time there are two female coaches on the show.

Alicia herself is no stranger to "The Voice", having served as a mentor for Pharrell's group in season 7.

The currently airing season 10 of "The Voice" features Adam, Blake, Pharrell and %cChristina Aguilera% on the coaches' panel. During past seasons, Gwen and %cShakira% subbed for Christina when she took the season off. Gwen is back as Blake's advisor this season, but she's apparently too busy promoting her new album to return as a full-time coach in the next installment.

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