The Voice is getting a fresh pair of voices come Season 11 by way of two brand new coaches: Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys.

Season 10, which currently features Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Pharrell, and Blake Shelton in the show's trademark red swivel chairs, is just underway after premiering on February 29. Now it's been reported that the network has already begun lining its ducks in a row for the show's following season, likely premiering in September, by saying goodbye to Aguilera and Pharrell in order to make room for Cyrus and Keys.

Cyrus and Keys' roles as main coaches will make it the first time in the show's history that two women have served on the coaching panel at the same time. (Finally!) Maroon 5 rocker Levine and country crooner Shelton, who have both coached ten seasons of the hit singing competition, will remain on the panel, keeping their long-lasting TV bromance intact.

As for Cyrus, the "Wrecking Ball" singer and controversial pop star previously served as a key adviser on the show during Season 10, coaching Pharrell's teammate Hannah Huston for her performance of "House of the Rising Sun." Watch below:

Meanwhile Keys, a fifteen-time Grammy Award-winner and R&B icon, also advised on the show, teaming up with Pharrell during Season 7.

Other former Voice coaches include Usher, Shakira, Gwen Stefani, and CeeLo Green.

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