She may have joined on as a new coach this season, but Miley Cyrus doesn't love every aspect of NBC's The Voice.
Cyrus has been very outspoken about the dangers of Donald Trump as president, and has supporting both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. But now, about half the country has thrown their support behind Trump, and Cyrus is scared for what that might mean on The Voice!
The singer spoke with Variety in a new interview about how she's wary of America getting to vote on singers during the live shows, considering who they just voted as the Republican nominee for president.
"I don't mind the live TV as much as I do that America gets to vote when it comes to 'The Voice,' and America did vote for Donald Trump to be the candidate," she said, bluntly. "I actually told my team they can be the Bernie Sanders of 'The Voice.'"
Cyrus has also been struggling with the competitive nature of The Voice, which involves the coaches eliminating multiple singers during the middle rounds of the show.
"When I have to kick them off. It's a nightmare," Cyrus said, when asked when she cries on the show. "For a non-confrontational person, it's the worst gig ever."
It remains to be seen if Cyrus will want to return for a future season as coach on The Voice.
"I don't know. I definitely would like to if it made sense," she admitted, on whether she would return. "I haven't done the live shows yet. I want to see how that feels. They might be a lot more pressure."
Right now, The Voice is in the throws of the Battle rounds, in which singers perform duets and their coach picks the better singer to move on to the Knockouts. Other coaches then have the opportunity to "Steal" the losing singer.
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.