Miley Cyrus stopped by the Tonight Show on Tuesday where the "Wrecking Ball" singer opened up to host Jimmy Fallon about her upcoming gig as a coach on the next season of NBC's The Voice.
"I think The Voice this year is going to be very fun because we got Alicia [Keys] and it's the first year there's two girls," shared Cyrus, who also appeared to be rocking her engagement ring from Liam Hemsworth.
"I think everyone loves to see Blake and Adam go back and forth," Cyrus said, explaining that she and Keys have "very much the opposite" type of chemistry.
"We were together today and it's like a total love fest. Her and I are both extremely mellow," the 23-year-old songstress said. "I think people, when they put girls on TV, they [think], 'This is how we're going to get the ratings up because there's going to be drama and there's going to be cat fights.' They're thinking that we're just going to bring kind of the dramatics to the show and we couldn't be more opposite."
Cyrus, who went on at great length about her friendship with Keys and excitement about her future as a Voice coach, eventually addressed her loquaciousness, telling Fallon how fellow coach Blake Shelton mocked her talkative tendencies.
"Blake made a joke [that] he knows [the reason] I always have my tongue out is because it's always tired because I never stop talking," Cyrus recounted. "But he's going to regret that when I win because it came in handy when I was there and I really wanted to spend time with each contestant and there's some awesome singers."
Cyrus appeared on this season of the singing competition show as a guest mentor, where she was able to get a feel for what it would be like to be a coach on season 11. She and Keys will be stepping in for current coaches Pharrell Williams and Christina Aguilera.
Recently, Aguilera showed off her impressive talent for musical impersonations during a promo for The Voice where she did her impression of several fellow pop stars, including Cyrus, Sia, Shakira, Cher and Britney Spears. Check out the video below to see more.