Miley Cyrus is already missing The Voice as buzz grows for the upcoming 12th season.
Cyrus completed her first season as a coach on The Voice this past fall, but she already feels the pain of missing out. The outrageous young singer is not coaching the upcoming season; the coach lineup includes Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and Gwen Stefani.
"Miley had such a great time doing 'The Voice' and is really looking forward to doing it again," an insider told HollywoodLife.com recently. "She is having major FOMO for it, especially after seeing all the press for the upcoming season. She really is determined to win it next time and she can't wait to return and make that happen."
Thankfully, Cyrus will be back for season 13 in the fall so she won't be gone that long. While Cyrus proved that she was a strong coach on her first season, she was also the only coach to not have one of her singers advance to the finale. Her best placing singer was Ali Caldwell, who made it to the semifinals.
Cyrus has been open about her passion for The Voice over the past few months.
"I grew up in a family where we kind of understood the business," Cyrus said in a promo for season 11. "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 expressed 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."
The Voice season 12 premieres Monday, Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.