Updated: The full version of the new season 11 promo was released on Aug. 8, and it's just as crazy as expected.

A new era of The Voice is upon us.

In the latest promo for season 11, coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine don sunglasses and black suits (the last ones they'll ever wear?) to investigate some new, sparkly arrivals to The Voice universe, AKA new coaches Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys, who make their debut during a special Olympics episode on Aug. 21, before the official season premiere on Monday, Sept. 19.

In the crazy, weird and totally awesome promo, Blake and Adam do their best Men in Black impersonations, while Alicia and Miley make their out-of-this-world entrances. When Blake asks if they've come in peace, the new coaches make it clear they are coming for the win. "We've come to destroy you!" Miley says, while rocking a glittery jumpsuit, a white wig and big sunglasses. (Obviously.)

"We're in trouble," Blake says. Yeah, you can say that again.

"We're doing a Men in Black theme," Shelton exclusively told E! News of filming of the promo. "Alicia and Miley come in and there's a new order. Somebody has taken over the world and Adam and I just trying to find our way these days." 

If everyone looked a little windblown in that promo, well, that's because they definitely were. "It's getting a little windy out here," Blake explained during the shoot. "It's getting very late at night but lucky for us, we're musicians and it's just when we start comin' alive." 

The Voice officially returns Monday, September 19 at 8 p.m. with two new coaches and a whole bunch of new mentors, including Bette Midler, Charlie Puth, Sammy Hagar, and Joan Jett. However, Miley and Alicia will make their debuts in a special Olympic episode, which airs Aug. 21.

(E! and NBC are both part of the NBC Universal family.)

(Originally published Aug. 5, 2016, at 5:30 a.m. PT)

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