Miley Cyrus admitted that she's been crying while coaching on NBC's The Voice.
Cyrus has really grown attached to her team of contestants on The Voice this season, according to the pop star herself. The singer spoke with The Voice host Carson Daly on The Today Show Friday and revealed her passion for her contestants making her tear up.
"I've been really lucky because I think my team, Carson as you know, I think I have the most diverse team of all teams," Cyrus said. "I have country and pop. It has a little bit of everything and very genre-fluid and very open and cool. . . . I'm the one that cries all the time because I get really attached. Even on days that we're not filming, I go there and I check in with my team."
By the sound of it, we may be seeing a softer side of Cyrus this season, compared to her usual brash style and outrageous personality.
"I think the greatest thing about 'The Voice' is we get to show all different sides of us, and our music knowledge beyond our genre," she admitted.
Cyrus, who was previously an advisor on The Voice, discussed how it was an easy choice for her to join as a coach.
"I don't think people at home realize how real this is. I wouldn't be doing this if this wasn't - what it looks like is what it is," she stated. "There are no producers and directors coming up and telling you want to say or who to pick or who's coming up next."
Cyrus joins fellow new coach Alicia Keys on the panel this season, with regular coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton filling out the rest of the lineup. This is the first time The Voice has featured two female coaches.
The Voice will air Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC this fall.