In a recent interview, The Voice US season 11's latest coach, Miley Cyrus, talked about her experiences on the show and how she deals with it.
Besides joining the coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton along with Alicia Keys on The Voice US, Cyrus has also recently starred in Woody Allen's comedy series titled Crisis in Six Scenes.
Talking about her recent engagements, the 24-year-old actress said, "I don't know anyone else who would ever be talking about The Voice and a Woody Allen project coming out at the same time, but that's me."
Cyrus further discussed her relationship with other coaches on The Voice, especially with Alicia Keys.
"I love working with Alicia," Cyrus said, and added: "I didn't know how that would be, because I didn't know what she knew about me, and I didn't know how we would be together as a team because we didn't really know each other and I never assume. My pet peeve in this industry is that everyone thinks, 'Well if you are famous, you just know each other' and then we just have to pretend we have been best friends for 30 years even though we just met."
Cyrus also admitted that she acts crazy and she knows of it. However, she made it clear that she really doesn't care what people think about her.
"I am crazy, I agree. The way that I feel confident is actually less focused on being pretty and more focused on being funny, which also makes me feel good. I feel like I am never really defined so you can't label me by saying I am confident or insecure or crazy or any of those things. Some days I feel prettier than others and some days I feel insecure but then I put on a crazy outfit and feel much better. I'm actually much better at acting crazy than being crazy."
Cyrus will continue coaching the contestants on The Voice US season 10 for rest of the episodes.