Miley Cyrus, Christina Aguilera

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Miley Cyrus is already making her unique mark on the set of The Voice.

On Thursday, the "We Can't Stop" singer announced the big news that she will take on an adviser role for the upcoming season of the popular singing competition, and she's already winning over the coaches with her goofy (and sometimes raunchy) personality.

In fact, Christina Aguilera took to Twitter and shared a photo with the 23-year-old, claiming it was the "most fun day" on set of The Voice...ever!

In the photo, the two gorgeous singers stick their tongues out and pretend to lick the famous red button the coaches hit to depict which singer they want on their team. Both look stylish in their sky-high blonde ponytails and chic ensembles, giving us major '90s vibes and looking like total twins.

Meanwhile, Cyrus shared a similar picture on Twitter the day before, writing a raunchy little note to Aguilera: "Lickin @xtina buttonz! @NBCTheVoice #keyadviser #season10."

Miley Cyrus, Instagram


As a key adviser, Miley will mentor contestants from the different coaches'—Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrell Williamsrespective teams. She will join the list of celebrity advisers from recent seasons, which includes Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Chris Martin.

With news of Shelton and Gwen Stefani's romance this year, a lot of The Voice fans have been wondering if she will also make her return to the show, perhaps as an adviser.

NBC presidents Bob Greenblatt and Paul Telegdy hinted that it could be an option this season. "We're announcing those advisers in the next couple of weeks but she's very close to the show," he said. Telegdy added, "We'd love to see Gwen back. She's a great friend of this network, we love her, the audience loves her, lots of people love her."

Sounds like it's going to be an exciting season!

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