The Voice Season 19 is just around the corner and, on the heels of its premiere, one of its former judges is telling an absolutely bonkers story of an incident that happened behind the scenes. I guess it's only natural when Miley Cyrus is mentioned the story gets a little crazy, but not so crazy as hearing about a terrible accident involving her dog while she was on the show.
Cyrus did an interview on the Geena The Latina & Frankie V Morning Show and, in a conversation about her dogs and how wild they are, emerged this wild story from her time on The Voice. Read all about it below, and imagine being a fly on the wall in the room where that went down:
That's quite a stressful situation, especially when it's something like the situation Miley Cyrus described. When someone or something is being electrocuted, immediately grabbing them may only result in two things being electrocuted, so The Voice team and Miley surely struggled with what to do at the moment as her poor dog suffered from biting down on the television wire.
For any pet lovers feeling sick while reading, rest assured, there is an upside. Miley Cyrus completed the story and confirmed that years after that horrific incident, her dog is still around for the whole incident to exist as a story with an upside.
Luckily for Miley Cyrus' dogs, she hasn't been invited back to The Voice for some time. There has been plenty of speculation as to why that is over the years, though it's worth mentioning a lot of that is unfounded. Hell, it may be this incident with the dog that had producers think twice about having her back on, though she didn't say if this happened her first or second time being a coach for the NBC singing series.
The Voice Season 19 premieres Monday, October 19 at 8:00 p.m. ET. Continue to stick with CinemaBlend for all the latest happening in the franchise, and for more news in television and movies.
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