Miley Cyrus isn't scheduling a walk down the aisle anytime soon. These days she's more focused on album-prepping than wedding planning, mostly because she wants the big day to be "perfect."
"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," she told Ellen DeGeneres on an episode of her talk show airing Thursday. "Like, I don't care what color the napkins are, to be honest. I really don't care. 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."
Cyrus explains though that when she finally does marry Liam Hemsworth, she wants to really take the time to drink in every detail of it. "This is the one day that I choose. There is some rumor going around that I'm having, like, 47 weddings. I'm not," she said. "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. That moment when he first gets to see me in my dress and everything all together. It has to be perfect.
"It has to be like a soundtrack in a movie. That's the one day that movie crap is real," she added. "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, 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."
While it might be a minute before she does say "I do," DeGeneres gifted Cyrus with an early bachelorette party. Under the guise of a broken light, she brought out two beefy "maintenance guys" to dance for the singer, who met them with shock, surprise, dollar bills and butt slaps. Her appearance on the talk show comes the same day she's slated to reprise her role as fast-talking Missi on "Two and a Half Men."