'Voice' coaches Blake Shelton and Miley Cyrus are bringing some serious ammunition to their western duel, relentlessly battling for the winning title on Season 11 of NBC's hit show "The Voice". Both with decently extensive experience in the country music industry, the two have been all the recent talk seeing that this will be the first time two country music aficionados will be on the coaching panel.
This could mean some serious competition for Shelton in light of his impressive winning reign, snagging four of the ten victorious season! Needless to say, Shelton is the man to beat!
In recent footage of the upcoming season, we've yet to see Cyrus refrain from digging into her southern rival, often using the phrase,
"I clearly love me some Dolly Parton and, uh, I am the god-daughter of Dolly Parton.'"
Blake sharply replies,
"Quit playing that 'Dolly Parton god-daughter' bulls--- on me.''
Their banter continues throughout the clips, allowing viewers to prepare for the clearly relentless competition, all in good fun, of course! Cyrus continues to plea her case by stating,
"He's never had someone else that knows country music on this show before."
With the season premiere of "The Voice" approaching fast, expectations are high and viewers are ready!
Be sure to tune into the premiere airing on Sept. 19 at 8 pm.
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