Miley Cyrus wants you to know she's NOT having three weddings (sorry, Billy Ray).
Actually, she plans on having just one ... and there's no doubt in her mind it will be perfect.
"This is the one day that it's what I choose and every detail is things that I love," the 19-year-old star told Ellen DeGeneres, who even surprised Cyrus with two strippers as an early bachelorette party present during her show, airing today (Nov. 8).
"There is some rumor going around that I'm having, like, 47 weddings," Cyrus added. "I'm not. I'm having one wedding. That's my day and whatever I want on that day will be about me and that moment. That look of love."
Don't worry though, Cyrus is not forgetting about her groom, Liam Hemsworth, who will play a huge part in making her dreams come true.
"That moment when he first gets to see me in my dress and everything all together," she continued, complimenting DeGeneres' nuptials and the way she looked at her wife Portia de Rossi during their ceremony.
"It has to be perfect. It has to be like a soundtrack in a movie," Cyrus added. "That's the one day where that movie crap is real. That romance. That look is the time that you get that ... I've been to probably 10, 20 weddings and I've seen that real look five or six times. It's rare that people just stop to really look the person in the eye and know that this is your life together."
"It's important and your wedding was perfect with that look," Cyrus gushed to DeGeneres. "That's why I always fight for whoever wants to get married can get married. Because that look doesn't come with gender."
So, will Cyrus be walking down the aisle anytime soon?
"I'm, like, so focused on my record," the singer, who's releasing her new album early next year, said. "I kind of don't want to be in between touring and trying to plan all that -- because I didn't really realize until I got a wedding planning book what you have to decide on."
"Like, I don't care what color the napkins are, to be honest. I really don't care!" she added, laughing. "So, it's a lot of weird detail. I don't want to be doing too much and be crazy and forget about the moment of it all."
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