The next few weeks will be another busy period for Miley Cyrus since she is set to join “The Voice” season 10 as a key advisor.
Cyrus shared the news of her "The Voice" key advisor role through Instagram on Wednesday. The former Disney star uploaded a picture of herself with her tongue near the red button of what appears to be “The Voice” judge Christina Aguilera’s chair. Cyrus captioned the image, “Lickin @xtina buttonz! @nbcthevoice.” She also included the hashtags “#keyadviser” and “#season10” to her post.
The “Wrecking Ball” singer joins other musicians such as Rihanna, Coldplay’s Chris Martin and Taylor Swift who helped mentor contestants in previous “The Voice” seasons, Entertainment Tonight reported. NBC’s Paul Telegdy also commented on Cyrus’ new role for “The Voice” season 10 and stated that the aspiring singers will be “lucky” to have her as key advisor.
"When Miley speaks everyone pays attention. Our artists are very lucky to have the benefit of her instincts and wisdom. Our viewers will be treated to an inside look at one of the brightest minds in music and the entertainment industry who is at the forefront of pop culture,” Telegdy said in a statement.
Cyrus will partner with “The Voice” judges Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams and Aguilera who replaced Gwen Stefani. The reality singing competition will return with a two hour episode for its season 10 premiere on Feb. 29.
Apart from landing the key advisor role in “The Voice” season 10, Cyrus will also star in Woody Allen’s upcoming Amazon TV series, according to Deadline. The singer is set to star alongside Allen and Elaine May in a six episode series set in the 1960’s. This would be the first time that Cyrus will work with the famed director and actor.
The Amazon TV series is expected to start filming in March, Deadline reported. Allen wrote the script for the yet-to-be named Amazon TV series and will also direct the project.