"Well, I like him very much ... I love him. He is a great person. He's someone I'm holding onto because we very much connect and we're both very ambitious and have some of the same goals," she told the ladies. "My mom loves him and thinks he's wonderful."
In the sit-down interview, Cyrus also responded to comments she made in Teen Vogue where she said she and Hemsworth were "deeper" than most people. "OK, it's not that I'm smarter or better — the things that matter at the end of the day matters to us," she clarified. "We celebrate every day that we have this job to do and a new task to tackle."
Even though Cyrus performs on television and in front of audiences of thousands, she admitted that meeting Hemsworth's parents in his native Australia made her nervous. "I perform for 80,000 people, and I was nervous on the plane," she said. "I'm not getting married! Don't get crazy! I think it was kind of a respect thing. He has no family in L.A. — his family is 20 hours away."
But not all the talk was about Hemsworth — during the chat, Cyrus revealed she has a new album dropping this summer. "I have a record coming out in June, and that's going to be the last thing I do in music for a while," she shared. "I just want to do films 'cause I like being someone else. My music is kind of like my diary. I'll always do that ... I just feel like the music industry isn't as positive as I'd like it to be."