Wag your tongues, take off your clothing and light one up, viewers of The Voice.
Miley Cyrus has given you a reason to celebrate.
With the artist already headed to The Voice this Monday for the start of the Knockout Rounds and to begin her stint as Key Adviser, Miley has confirmed that she'll have an even more permanent role on the series next season.
Look out, red chairs. The star's rear end is coming your way!
"It's true! I am going to be the newest judge on Season 11 of The Voice @NBCTheVoice #thevoice," Cyrus wrote as a caption to the above image.
It’s only a guess, but we think this means Gwen Stefani will not return for Season 11 because there's typically just one female coach per season.
We wonder how Blake Shelton feels about that.
We also wonder just what sort of reception the controversial Cyrus will receive. How will she fit in with Shelton and Adam Levine?
Alicia Keys, meanwhile, was also announced as a coach for Season 11, which is scheduled to begin filming in September.
She's crazy talented, but she isn't semi-crazy in general like Cyrus is, so this announcement has received far less fanfare.
What do you think of Miley Cyrus joining The Voice in a coaching capacity? Will she make you more or less likely to tune in?