The Voice fans have had two weeks to get used to controversial new coach Miley Cyrus - so what do you think of her so far?
Cyrus and Alicia Keys are the new coaches on The Voice this season, joining regular coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. There was an initial uproar about Cyrus being a coach given her outrageous outfits and behavior, including her revealing VMA performance with Robin Thicke and her naked "Wrecking Ball" music video.
But Cyrus has mostly been tame thus far on The Voice, even if her bold flowery outfit says otherwise. Contestants auditioning for the show have also been very open to being coached by her as well, even artists who are older than her! She also has a strong rapport with the three other coaches, especially Levine and Shelton.
As someone who grew up in the music industry and has evolved quite significantly, Cyrus believes she is qualified to coach prospective artists on the tricks of the trade.
"I grew up in a family where we kind of understood the business," Cyrus said in a recent promo for the new season. "My dad [Billy Ray Cyrus], he didn't when he first started. He had no idea where to go or what to do or how to even have people listen to your music. When I wanted to make this my life, when I wanted to be an entertainer, my family kind of knew, 'OK, this is how you get started.'"
The singer also stated that she wanted to join The Voice as a coach because of the show's authenticity.
"I wanted to be on 'The Voice' as a coach after I mentored last time, I think, because everything I like to do in my life -- it has to be real, it has to be authentic, it has to be genuine," she said. "Sitting and watching people sing and helping people make music, it's what I would do every day."
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The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.