Cyrus as well as singer Alicia Keys are newcomers to The Voicethis season, and Cyrus stressed her commitment to the show, which she said includes interacting with her team even when the show isn't filming.
"[Host] Carson knows, I'm the one that cries all the time because I get really attached," she admitted. "I wouldn't be doing this if this wasn't -- what it looks like is what it is. There are no producers or directors telling you what to say, who to pick, or who's coming up next [in the blind auditions]. Even I came in with preconceived ideas of what I thought the show was, and they were completely broken down by the time I mentored."
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"It's very parallel to what life is right now," she said about the project. "I'm a female revolutionary character in the '60s, but I feel like when people hear you're working with Woody, I think they want to hear you had to dig deep into this character and I didn't, because it was kind of written for me. He said he kind of had me in mind when he was writing this."
The outspoken artist did wear her rumored engagement ring during her Today show appearance, but expertly dodged questions on the bling by instead talking about her two other cartoon-like rings shaped like a pizza and a strawberry.
"I didn't pick this out," she joked. "It's really cute."
Cyrus and Hemsworth are, of course, still going strong, and were snapped showing some PDA during a date night in New York City on Thursday night. The couple held hands as they arrived at their hotel.
But are random sightings such as these going to be the only time we'll get to see pics of Cyrus? She also addressed her recent vow to never walk another red carpet again in the interview -- prompting Carson Daly to joke that they will have to dye the Voice red carpet another color -- elaborating more on the bold statement.
"It's really not about the color of the carpet, it's more about the way that -- especially women -- we get yelled at to blow them a kiss, and like, I don't feel like blowing you a kiss!" she said. "Yeah, they yell, 'Blow us a kiss!' and I'm like, 'What is going on, like, who are you?' And then you're just putting yourself out there for people to talk about."
"I don't want people to really talk about what I'm wearing, that's why I usually don't wear too much," she joked. "But now, they make me wear clothes on The Voice and the Today show."