For the first time, NBC’s “The Voice” will have a pair of female coaches:
Cyrus and Keys will take their places in the show’s signature red chairs for the upcoming 11th season. They will join
“The musical expertise and energy these two incredibly talented women will bring to the show is remarkable,” Paul Telegdy, president of
Both women have a connection to "The Voice" — Cyrus as an advisor on the current season, which started Feb. 29, and Keys as a mentor on Season 7 in 2014.
Both also bring considerable know-how to the job. A Disney Channel alumna whose career and persona are ever-evolving, Cyrus has released five No. 1 albums and hosted "Saturday Night Live" and the VMAs. Keys, who has won 15 Grammys and sold 35 million albums, is working on her sixth studio album, to be released this year.