Miley Cyrus will keep it family friendly on The Voice

2016-05-19 20:00

Los Angeles - Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys won't be catfighting on the set of The Voice.

The Wrecking Ball hitmaker insists it will be a "total love fest" between her and the No One singer when they both join the NBC show next season.

She said: "I think 'The Voice' this year is going to be very fun because we got Alicia (Keys) and it's the first year there's two girls. I think everyone loves to see Blake (Shelton) and Adam (Levine) go back and forth.

"We are very much the opposite. We were together today and it's like a total love fest. Her and I are both extremely mellow. I think people, when they put girls on TV, they (think), 'This is how we're going to get the ratings up because there's going to be drama and there's going to be cat fights.' They're thinking that we're just going to bring kind of the dramatics to the show and we couldn't be more opposite."

The 23-year-old singer - who hinted at her engagement to Liam Hemsworth by appearing with a ring on her finger - has already got a good friendship with her fellow judges Blake and Adam.

Speaking on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, she added: "Blake made a joke (that) he knows (the reason) I always have my tongue out is because it's always tired because I never stop talking.

"But he's going to regret that when I win because it came in handy when I was there and I really wanted to spend time with each contestant and there's some awesome singers."

Watch the interview here:

Meanwhile, Miley previously revealed she "can't wait" for the new season.

Taking to Instagram to shared the news: "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! (sic)"

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