Miley Cyrus announces project with Woody Allen, shares joy of NBC's 'The Voice'
Miley Cyrus, singer and "The Voice" coach reveals about her upcoming project with legendary actor-director Woody Allen
The 23-year-old singer Miley Cyrus spoke about her upcoming projects especially the much awaited Woody Allen TV series. The new series will make his debut into TV, added the celebrity, in candid chat on Thursday with The Voice co-star Carson Daly and Savannah Guthrie on NBC's Today show broadcast on On Friday morning.
She will be filming scenes for TV show in NY, a rural area of Westchester County. She had a long, blond wig, giving her different look from her former Disney Channel show Hannah Montana.
She further added, “I don’t want people to talk about what I’m wearing. That’s usually why I don’t wear too much, but they make me wear clothes on The Voice and on the Today show, so this is what I chose.”
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She told in the TV show, "I don't love being on camera, I really, actually don't. ... I stick my tongue out because it's a nervous habit; don't look at me, look at my tongue. And it worked! It worked for like five years."
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As of "The Voice" Miley is a champion for her team, which she calls, "most diverse" comparing to all the coaches' groups. "This show, I don't think people at home realize how real this is," Miley says. "I wouldn't be doing this if this wasn't what — what it looks like is what it is. There are no producers and directors coming up and telling you what to say or who to pick."
For Miley, appearing on "The Voice" is nothing but a "part of my philanthropic life; it's being there for people and encouraging to be who they are."
Apparently, the new 'The Voice' coach was asked why she will not longer be seen walking in red carpets.
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Miley expressed, “It’s really not about the color of the carpet. It’s more about, especially women, we get yelled at to blow them a kiss, and I don’t feel like blowing you a kiss, [The photographers] yell, ‘Blow us a kiss!’ Like what is going on? Who are you? And then you’re just kind of putting yourself out there for people to talk.”