NBC's hit competition show "The Voice" returned September 19 with two new additions to the team. Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys join Blake Shelton and Adam Levine. With the start of the new season, the coaches fell into the groove, naturally vying for the attention of the contestants while trading barbs with each other, at each other's expense. It's no secret that "The Voice" brings out the musicians' competitive sides. Long time viewers love tuning in to see what new insults Blake Shelton and Adam Levine will come up with to win over contestants. 

A few choice standouts shine when 'The Voice' returned 

Gabe Broussard sang "Lonely Night In Georgia" by Marc Broussard.

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He was won over by Blake Shelton. Ethan Tucker was also won over by the country singer when he swayed him with a connection to girlfriend Gwen Stefani. Courtnie Ramirez had both Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus vying for her after her performance of "Mamma Knows Best" by Jessie J. She chose Cyrus after feeling that the singer/actress had more faith in her talent. 

Riley Elmore sang a rendition of "The Way You Look Tonight" by Frank Sinatra. He joined Adam Levine's team. Darby Walker sang a beautiful version of "Stand By Me" by Florence + the Machine and won over Miley Cyrus

'The Voice' added two new coaches 

Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys joined "The Voice" season 11 as two new coaches, adding a balance to the banter of Shelton and Levine.

Cyrus is no stranger to the media or to television. She got her start playing a girl with a double identity on "Hanna Montana." She is dedicated to the contestants and puts focus on helping rising stars find their way. She enjoys bonding with the contestants and getting to know them personally.

Alicia Keys added heart to the "The Voice" with an act of kindness when she won over Lauren Diaz after her rendition of "If I Ain't Got You" by Keys. She was moved by the contestant's choice of song and even sang the song back to her.

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Keys has been prominent in the media lately with her public decision to go makeup free. A choice that continues with her time on "The Voice." Her decision to go makeup free was brought on by her feeling that she was hiding herself and wanted to find her real self. 

Keys and Cyrus fit into the vibe of the show as they trade banter with longtime judges Levine and Shelton. This is a fun start to another entertaining season. What do you think about the new contestants? Do you think Keys and Cyrus fit?