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Miley Cyrus Talks 'The Voice', Battles Jimmy Fallon in 'Funny Face Off' [WATCH]

by Kareen Liez Datoy   May 20, 2016 15:52 PM EDT

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Despite the rumors that the engagement of Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth is called off, the Disney star still has time to have fun as she visited Jimmy Fallon in The Tonight Show Tuesday where she talked about her involvement with The Voice and played the game called "Funny Face Off."

"We asked everyone at home to take a video of their kid making their best funny face, so with that in mind, I'd like to challenge you to a contest. Are you ready for this? It's time for The Tonight Show Funny Face Off," Fallon said, adding that they will play a clip of one of the kids and they will try to recreate their faces live.

The moment turned into a hilarious moment as both showcased ridiculous facial contortions with one look that made Cyrus appear like a "broken doll," Rolling Stone reported.

"Thank you. A broken doll. That's me very much," said the "Wrecking Ball" singer wherein Fallon quickly added, "In the best way."

During the show, Cyrus also predicted that the next winner of The Voice will be from her team or from Alicia Keys. She said that she and Keys have the advantage as newcomers since they will be able to bring a fresh perspective to the show. The season featuring Cyrus and Keys is still months away from filming.

"We haven't done this for so long, where we really want to work with each artist for as long as we can," Cyrus said according to E! Online. "Blake made a joke of he knows why I always have my tongue out is because it's always tired because I never stop talking. But he's going to regret that when I win because it came in handy when I was there and I really wanted to spend time with each contestant — and there's some awesome singers. I didn't realize how ... it wasn't set up. The kids aren't secretly in opera houses in Germany. They're actually random-*ss people from around the country."

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