Girls rule on the new season of'The Voice.' For the first time, there are two female judges competing to have this season's vocal champ. So far, both female music mega stars, Miley Cyrusand Alicia Keys,have dominated the judging floor with their style and panache. Their individual characteristics mirror the current political sparing of today's presidential candidates.

Channeling the presidential candidates.

There's a Donald Trump-like aspect in Miley, who is brash, outspoken and who constantly jumps in with off-the-cuff remarks.

Then, there's the quiet, reserved and well-spoken Alicia, who, like Hilary Clinton, tries to sway her choices with calm reasoning. Her remarks are very empathetic, combined with a zen brand of personal philosophy. However, unlike our two political presidential candidates, these strong women totally support each other in the quest for Voice dominance.Their male counterparts, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, are often left behind in the verbal dust.

Winning the race for contestants

To the surprise of many Voice veterans, Miley Cyrus scored the first singer in the competition and has proved a formidable force to be reckoned with!

Her style is uniquely Miley, from her outlandish outfits to her constant chatter. Her fellow judges often find it hard to get in a word in edgewise. With all her youthful exuberance, Miley clearly appeals to young singers, who admire her rebel attitude and sarcastic wit. She doesn't give up easily when she turns her chair and keeps hammering away to convince a singer to join her team. After two nights of blind auditions, Miley packed her team with some power house voices.

Each member of her all female team at that point, clearly showed they could belt out tunes in current pop, soul and classic rock and roll, adding a unique flavor of their personalities, just like Miley.

While not as outlandish as Miley, Alicia Keys is a force of nature in her own immutable way! Her statements and demeanor are more subtle but just as powerful, like her decision not to wear any makeup on the show.

An article in the Washington Post (Aug 22, 2016) quotes Keys as saying, "I don't want to cover up anymore. Not my face, not my mind, not my soul, not my thoughts, not my dreams, not my struggles, not my emotional growth. Nothing." Her sincere interest and emotional support of each singer is obvious. In one emotional audition, contestant Lauren Diaz covered Alicia Key's song "If I Ain't Got You" turning all 4 chairs. Alicia's passionate pitch to Lauren to chose her as her coach included singing her own song back to Lauren. It proved an exciting and memorable highlight during the night's broadcast.

Both superstars have infused 'The Voice' with a 1-2 political punch of female power! We've already cast our vote in favor of these two successful additions to the Emmy-winning show!

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