Miley Cyrus made a grand entrance on NBC's "The Voice" -- and she didn't even need to do any questionable gestures with a foam figure to do it. The "Wrecking Ball" singer became a highlight of the Knockout Round in Monday's (April 4) episode.

Bryan Bautista chose to sing “Sorry," adding a hint of Reggae flavor to the popular Justin Bieber song. Aguilera encouraged him to whip out his high register falsetto, and he did just that. Cyrus gave him tips on his stage presence, which allowed him to exude confidence during his performance.

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"Sometimes when you're about to go into a big note, the line before it will suffer because you're gearing up for that next big note," she points out to Bautista. "So I think just work on that."

Viewers were not only taken aback by her great professionalism, but the encouraging words she had for the contestants appeared the utmost genuine and kind-hearted. Even Cyrus' ensemble was toned down for network television -- with nipples being unfree for the occasion.

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"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

Posted by:Mannie Holmes