Miley Cyrus is a singer-songwriter, actress, artist and philanthropist who will serve as a coach this fall on the 13th season of the three-time Emmy Award-winning NBC music competition series "The Voice." She first joined the series as a key adviser in spring 2016 and served as coach for the first time in Season 11.
Elsewhere on NBC, Cyrus has twice hosted and appeared as a musical guest on "Saturday Night Live" and performed on the "SNL" 40th anniversary special in 2015.
Cyrus has five No. 1 albums, five sold-out world tours and more than 30 million records sold. Her most notable albums include "Breakout" (2008), "Can't Be Tamed" (2010), the Grammy Award-nominated "Bangerz" (2013) and the independently released psychedelic rock album "Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz" (2015). Hit singles have included "Party in the USA," "We Can't Stop," "Wrecking Ball" and "Malibu," from her forthcoming anticipated release, "Younger Now," due out September 29.
Cyrus founded the nonprofit organization the Happy Hippie Foundation to rally young people to fight injustice. Since launching, the foundation has provided direct support to thousands of homeless and LGBTQ youth across the country. In 2015, amfAR honored Cyrus' fight against HIV/AIDS with its Award of Inspiration, and the Los Angeles LGBT Center honored her work on behalf of LGBT youth with its Vanguard Award.