Miley Cyrus On Her Film 'Last Song': 'Art Really Does Imitate Life'

'VH1 Divas' performer is offering fans a sneak peek of Nicholas Sparks-penned movie during her tour.

NEW YORK — [artist id="1562979"]Miley Cyrus[/artist] isn't about to spill many details about "The Last Song," the film she recently shot with (possible new beau) Liam Hemsworth, but when MTV News caught up with her on the "VH1 Divas" red carpet, we did manage to squeeze a single drop of info about the project out of her.

Namely, if you want to catch a sneak peek, you're gonna have to make it out to her Wonder World Tour, which kicked off Monday in Portland, Oregon.

"Come to my tour! You're gonna see a sneak preview. I do a song for it," Cyrus teased. "I changed a lot when I was in Tybee Island [Georgia, filming 'Last Song']. I feel like art really does imitate life. So just showing this movie, I feel like I'm really showing a part of my growth as a person as well. So I'm really excited for people to see it, just because of what it means to me, personally."

And while information on the film itself is pretty hard to come by — it's reportedly due next year and it's a more mature turn for Cyrus, who stars as a rebellious teen who reconnects with her father through their mutual love of music — it's never too early to begin a little bit of speculation. So we asked her: If "The Last Song" really does allow her to showcase her acting chops, is there a possible Academy Award nomination in the cards?

"Oh, dear God, I don't know," Cyrus laughed.

If you missed "VH1 Divas" on Thursday night, don't fret: Tune in to VH1 on Friday (September 18) at 7 p.m., Saturday at 8 p.m. or Sunday at 1 p.m. to see the Divas in action.